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Carolina snaps Vancouver's 16-game USL unbeaten streak
May 29th, 2007 7AM



[USL RESULTS] The expansion Carolina RailHawks handed the defending champion Vancouver Whitecaps their first loss of the season with a 1-0 win on Friday night. Carolina won on a Connally Edozien goal in the 57th minute. The loss snapped a 16-game unbeaten streak for the 4-1-2 Whitecaps.

The Montreal Impact improved to 4-0-2 with a 1-0 win over Miami FC on Friday in front of 11,873 fans. Ivorian Charles Gbeke score the game's only goal to beat Miami for the second time this season.

USL First Division
May 23
Seattle 1 (Le Toux 57) Carolina 0.
May 25
Vancouver 0 Carolina 1 (Edozien 57).
Portland 2 (S. Thompson 10, Jordan 55) California 0.
Montreal 1 (Gbeke 37) Miami 0.
California 1 (Hansen 51) Seattle 2 (Howes 1, Levesque 70).
May 26
Minnesota 1 (Paye 9) Puerto Rico 2 (N. Delgado 45, 88).
Charleston 2 (Alvarez 35, Fuller 51) Atlanta 0.
May 27
Portland 0 Carolina 0.
Rochester 2 (Delicate 16, 61) Miami 0.
USL Second Division
May 24
Cincinnati 2 (Horne 87, Jones 90) Wilmington 2 (McKenzie 75, Holmes 79).
May 25
Western Mass 1 (Molinari 45) Charlotte 2 (Coggins 12, own goal 68).
May 26
Cleveland 0 Wilmington 0.
New Hampshire 2 (Fernandez 83, Barbosa pen. 90) Charlotte 3 (Harvey 30, Coggins 36, 65).
Richmond 1 (Bulow 38) CP Baltimore 1 (Mbuto 75).

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