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Vancouver remains unbeaten in USL-1 with 3-1 wins over Victory and Rhinos
May 21st, 2007 7AM

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[USL RESULTS] The defending champion Vancouver Whitecaps remained unbeaten in the USL First Division with 3-1 victories at California on Saturday and at home against Rochester in a rematch of last year's playoff final on Sunday. Cuban Eduardo Sebrango scored two goals against the Victory and once against the Rhinos. Vancouver (5-0-2) leads Montreal (3-0-2) and Atlanta (3-2-2) by six points.

USL First Division
May 18
Miami 1 (Zinho 51) Minnesota 0.
Puerto Rico 2 (Tarley 6, Zapata 51) Atlanta 3 (Hassim 39, 53, McManus 88).
Seattle 1 (Howes 58) Rochester 1 (Menyongar 60).
May 19
Carolina 1 (Low pen. 39) Charleston 0.
California 1 (Hansen 13) Vancouver 3 (Sebrango 6, 10, Cann 69).
May 20
Montreal 2 (Palleschi 12, Fabro 54) Seattle 0.
Puerto Rico 1 (Tarley 16) Minnesota 2 (Farber 35, Gibson 73).
Miami 2 (Zinho 50, Fraser 61) Atlanta 1 (Antoniuk 7).
Vancouver 3 (Gjertsen 39, Alberts 70, Sebrango 82) Rochester 1 (Menyongar pen. 67).

USL Second Division
May 18
Cincinnati 4 (McGinlay 3, 18, 26, Miller 45) New Hampshire 0.
May 19
Richmond 1 (Jaman 74) Charlotte 0.
Cleveland 3 (Moffat 15, 90, Codrington 23) New Hampshire 2 (Lopez 54, Fernandes 82).
Wilmington 0 CP Baltimore 3 (Flores 11, Marshal 48, Alcala 90).
Harrisburg 0 Western Mass 0.



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