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Rhinos take over first place in USL-1 with big win over Charleston
June 18th, 2007 7:01AM
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[USL RESULTS] The Rochester Rhinos opened up a two-point lead on idle Vancouver in the USL-1 thanks to a 5-2 win over Charleston on Sunday. Five different players scored for the Rhinos, who have played three more games than the Whitecaps. Seattle won, 1-0, at Carolina on Frenchman Sebastien Le Toux's goal to move into third place four points behind Rochester. In the USL-2, the expansion Bermuda Hogges remained winless with losses at Baltimore and Richmond.


GAME RESULTS:
USL First Division

June 15
Montreal 0 Charleston 1 (Alvarez 90).
Carolina 0 Seattle 1 (Le Toux 35).

June 16
Atlanta 0 California 0.
Minnesota 1 (Paye 25) Miami 1 (Gonzalez 39).

June 17
Rochester 5 (Delicate 23, Bonseu 35, Diallo 66, Ball 87, Martinez 90) Charleston 2 (Alvarez 27, King 70).

USL Second Division
June 15
Wilmington 1 (Corrie 21) New Hampshire 1 (Barbosa 26).
Cincinnati 3 (McGinlay 8, Hermann 38, Micklos 90) Western Mass 3 (McFarlane 50, Maciel 51, Deren 73).

June 16
Charlotte 2 (Shak 5, Swinehart 34) New Hampshire 0.
Cleveland 4 (Codrington pen. 5, 90, own goal 24, Williams 90) Western Mass 0.
CP Baltimore 2 (Mbuta 47, Alcala 61) Bermuda 1 (Peniston 69).

June 17
Richmond 4 (Burke 18, Bulow 42, Ssejjemba 63, 73) Bermuda 0.



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