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MLS: Game summaries (June 24-27)
June 30th, 1998 12AM

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METROSTARS 5 NEW ENGLAND 3 June 24 in East Rutherford, N.J. MetroStars 5 New England 3. Goals: Kelly (Savarese, Dougherty) 40, Savarese (Sonora) 43, Kelly (Sonora, Rooney) 53, Petke (Dougherty) 69, Dougherty (Hurtado) 88; Diaz Arce (Pareja, Baba) 31, Gorter 64, Diaz Arce (Gorter, Pareja) 68. MetroStars -- Meola (4), Sonora (6), Palacios (5), Knowles (4), Petke (6), Sorber (5), Dougherty (6), Kelly (7), Rooney (5), Savarese (6), Hurtado (6). Subs: Zavagnin (6) for Sorber in 25th minute, Walsh (NR) for Savarese in 89th. New England -- Feuer (3), Nakhid (4), Motajo (5), McKinley (4), Goulooze (5), Pareja (6), Gorter (7), Baba (5), Chronopoulos (5), Rocha (4), Diaz Arce (7). Subs: Dunseth (4) for McKinley in 46th minute, Michallik (5) for Chronopoulos in 61st, Torres (5) for Baba in 61st. Yellow card: New England -- Chronopoulos 56. Referee: Refugio Ramirez. Referee's Assistants: Andrew Barnes, Alex Schuster. Att.: 10,310. CHICAGO 4 KANSAS CITY 1 June 24 in Chicago Chicago 4 Kansas City 1. Goals: Razov (Kosecki) 26, Brown (Nowak) 36, Kosecki (Podbrozny, Marsch) 56, Kosecki (Kotschau, Kubik) 76; Johnston 15. Chicago -- Thornton (5), Kubik (6), Okaroh (5), Brown (7), Kotschau (4), Armas (5), Marsch (5), Nowak (7), Kosecki (9), Podbrozny (7), Razov (6). Subs: Ibsen (5) for Razov in 77th minute, Klopas (4) for Podbrozny in 80th, Gutierrez (6) for Kotschau in 82nd. Kansas City -- Ammann (5), Tinsley (5), McKeon (6), Bowers (5), Debrito (4), Uderitz (4), Wright (5), Chung (4), Johnson (6), Johnston (6), Takawira (5). Subs: Klein (5) for Chung in 69th minute, Marino (5) for Wright in 72nd, Hunjak (4) for Johnson in 77th. Yellow card: Chicago -- Okaroh 12. Referee: Arturo Angeles. Referee's Assistants: Thomas Smith, Richard Huber. Att.: 13,396. COLORADO 3 D.C. UNITED 1 June 25 in Denver Colorado 3 D.C. United 1. Goals: Paule (Saenz) 2, Paz (Bravo, Saenz) 20, Bravo (C.Henderson, Martinez) 27; Wood (Olsen, Aunger) 68. Colorado -- Hahnemann (7), Trittschuh (6), Vermes (6), S.Henderson (6), Martinez (6), Jakins (6), C.Henderson (6), Paule (7), Paz (6), Saenz (6), Bravo (6). Subs: White (5) for Saenz in 66th minute, DiGiamarino (5) for Paz in 77th, Boyce (5) for C.Henderson in 84th. D.C. United -- Presthus (5), Peay (4), Talley (5), Kamler (5), Gori (6), Harkes (5), Etcheverry (5), Williams (5), Olsen (6), Lassiter (5), Moreno (5). Subs: Aunger (5) for Peay in 46th minute, Wood (6) for Talley in 66th, Slivinski (5) for Gori in 81st. Yellow cards: Colorado -- Paule 64; D.C. United -- Peay 45, Aunger 57, Moreno 66. Referee: Ted Covaciu-Woods. Referee's Assistants: Kari Seitz, Scott Weyland. Att.: 9,132. MIAMI 2 TAMPA BAY 1 (SO) June 27 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Miami 1 Tampa Bay 1 (Miami wins shootout 3-2). Goals: Herrera (Serna, Cullen) 68; Prampin (Duhaney, Loftin) 54. Miami -- Cassar (7), Cullen (6), Webber (5), Herrera (6), Kooiman (4), Martinez (4), Parra (5), Gutierrez (5), Serna (6), Thomas (5), Paulinho McLaren (6). Subs: Stebbins (4) for Thomas in 60th minute, Kmosko (NR) for Gutierrez in 66th, Maessner (NR) for Martinez in 73rd. Tampa Bay -- Ravelli (5), Yallop (6), Houser (5), Eriksson (5), Duhaney (6), Loftin (6), Ramos (5), Kinnear (NR), George (5), Prampin (7), Young (6). Subs: Quill (5) for Kinnear in 1st minute, Shannon (NR) for Loftin in 65th, Jara (NR) for Quill in 73rd. Shootout: Tampa Bay -- Prampin (saved), Jara (wide left), Yallop (goal), Shannon (saved), Young (goal); Miami -- Maessner (goal), Stebbins (saved), Serna (goal), Cullen (saved), Paulinho McLaren (goal). Yellow cards: Miami -- Webber 19, Thomas 42. Referee: Kevin Stott. Referee's Assistants: Nathan Clement, Robbie Mann. Att.: 8,343. NEW ENGLAND 3 DALLAS 4 (SO) June 27 in Foxboro, Mass. New England 3 Dallas 3 (Dallas wins shootout 4-2). Goals: Diaz Arce (Moore) 6, own goal (Eck) 9, Gorter (Moore) 28; Kreis 19, D.Alvarez (Trotman) 44, Eck 65, New England -- Feuer (5), Chronopoulos (5), Goulooze (5), McKinley (4), Motajo (4), Burns (6), Gorter (7), Nakhid (5), Pareja (5), Diaz Arce (6), Moore (7). Subs: Baba (NR) for Goulooze in 86th minute, Causey (NR) for Feuer in 89th. Dallas -- Dodd (5), Pollard (5), Soehn (5), Farrer (5), Santel (5), L.Alvarez (5), Haynes (5), Kreis (6), Eck (6), Trotman (6), D.Alvarez (7). Subs: Suarez (5) for D.Alvarez in 78th minute, Rodriguez (NR) for Trotman in 86th. Shootout: Dallas -- Farrer (goal), Haynes (goal), Suarez (saved), Santel (goal), Eck (goal); New England -- Baba (goal), McKinley (saved), Burns (goal), Moore (wide right). Yellow card: Dallas -- Eck 82. Referee: Ruben Rhodas. Referee's Assistants: Edwin Resenedes, Del Rainho. Att.: 18,206. SAN JOSE 1 LOS ANGELES 2 June 27 in San Jose, Calif. San Jose 1 Los Angeles 2. Goals: Gough (Wynalda) 15; Caligiuri (Cienfuegos) 64, Karapetyan (Vanney) 85. San Jose -- Kramer (6), Figueroa (4), Gough (7), Doyle (5), Martin (5), Lewis (5), Vasquez (5), Barrett (4), Cerritos (5), Wynalda (6), Uribe (4). Subs: Mella (NR) for Uribe in the 75th minute, Baicher (NR) for Barrett in the 88th. Los Angeles -- Reis (5), Vanney (6), Fraser (4), Jolley (5), Caligiuri (6), Pena (5), Cienfuegos (4), Machon (5), Sanchez (4), Hermosillo (4), Welton (5). Subs: Mathis (NR) for Sanchez in the 72nd, Karapetyan (6) for Cienfuegos in the 81st. Yellow cards: San Jose -- Cerritos 39, Figueroa 70; Los Angeles -- Sanchez 26, Caligiuri 69. Referee: Kevin Terry. Referee's Assistants: Craig Lowry, Reggie Rutty. Att.: 22,694.


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