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Brazilian Campos on fire for PDL's Fuego
June 5th, 2007 7:01AM
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Brazilian Pablo Campos scored two goals for the Fresno Fuego in a 4-2 win over the Lancaster Rattlers to give him a league-high 10 goals in seven games. The Fuego is four points behind the San Fernando Valley Quakes, who have two games in hand, in the Southwest Division.

Only seven teams remain unbeaten: the defending champion Michigan Bucks (4-0-2) and Indiana Invaders (2-0-2) in the Great Lakes Division; Kansas City Brass (4-0-0) and Thunder Bay Chill (1-0-1) in Heartland Division; Hampton Roads Piranhas (4-0-1) and Ocean City Barons (4-0-0) in Mid Atlantic Division; and Cape Cod Crusaders (3-0-3) in Northeast Division.

For complete PDL results and goalscorers ...

GAME RESULTS:
May 30
Delaware 2 (Smith 67, Lunquist 70) Northern Virginia 2 (Jenkins 42, Stevens 63).

May 31
Hampton Roads 1 (Wheeler 66) Virginia 0.

June 1
Laredo 4 (Morales 9, Infante 37, Ibarra 45, Flores 55) DFW 1 (Guarda 68).
Atlanta 3 (Dix 57, Buchholz pen. 67, Griffin 90) Carolina 1 (Ababio 17).
Albany 0 Vermont 0.
Sioux Falls 1 (Cutshaw 20) Thunder Bay 3 (Putrus 14, Swartzendruber 69, A.Coronado 87).
Los Angeles 3 (Schunk 47, Pacheco 78, Shummay 90) Orange County 1 (Marien 64).
Cleveland 1 (Tudich 66) Chicago 2 (Roth 68, Elass 76).
New Orleans 3 (Quinn 15, Kee 45, Davies 57) Mississippi 2 (Brown 85, Armstrong 90).
Michigan 0 West Michigan 0.
Ogden 1 (M.Broadhead pen. 90) BYU 1 (R.Bindrup 35).
Tacoma 4 (own goal 29, Schomaker 31, O'Brian 57, Kwesele 90) Spokane 1 (Scott 44).
Long Island 2 (Grella 52, Terra 87) Brooklyn 2 (Charles 45, Smith 63).
Richmond 3 (McIntosh 41, Pierre 45, Evans 85) West Virginia 3 (Durenberger 55, Whalley 58).

June 2
San Francisco 0 San Fernando Valley 1 (Franklin 78).
Cape Cod 2 (Barnett 36, Vercolone 68).
Cascade 3 (Ostergren 19, 42, 54) Spokane 1 (Henderson 9).
Sioux Falls 0 Thunder Bay 0.
Virginia 1 (Lader 45) Fredericksburg 0.
Central Florida 2 (Savage 48, Cook 73) Cocoa 1 (Lundy 53).
Bradenton 2 (Milien 78, Reiter 90) Palm Beach 2 (McRae pen. 68, pen. 88).
Mississippi 5 (Lilly 27, 90, Gledhill 52, Rash 88, Lawrence 90) Baton Rouge 1 (Mullins 3).
Lancaster 2 (Cipolla pen. 10, Smith 58) Fresno 4 (Campos 5, 12, Ramirez 22, Gomez 65).
Springfield 0 Des Moines 1 (Souter 61).
Laredo 2 (Ibarra pen. 40, Flores 90) DFW 2 (Guarda pen. 2, Bolting 70).
Northern Virginia 2 (Jenkins 12, George 90) West Virginia 0.
Delaware 3 (Badejo 11, Basma 71, Smith 87) Reading 1 (Higgins 67).
Ventura County 2 (Draycott 45, 47) Orange County 1 (Delda 51).
Tacoma 2 (Tangney 57, Schomaker 77) Yakima 1 (J.Garcia 28).

June 3
Abbotsford 2 (Vanderhoek 67, Severn 81) Yakima 2 (Lopez 87, Rojas 90).
Toronto 1 (Murray 69) Michigan 2 (Jafta 51, Uzoigwe 89).
Rhode Island 1 (Gonsalves 18) Ottawa 1 (Beauge 85).
St. Louis 3 (Clayes 35, 83, Holmes 90) Des Moines 1 (Boltnar 77).
Fredericksburg 2 (Neagu 21, Lacey 88) West Virginia 3 (Crumrine 23, Lacrone 76, Whalley 81).
Baton Rouge 0 New Orleans 0.
Brooklyn 2 (Smith 37, Nikocevik 87) Westchester 4 (Clements 10, Trott, Yusuf 71, Bailey 86).
San Jose 1 (Frank 45) San Fernando Valley 2 (Kim 11, 53).



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