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Piranhas remain unbeaten in inaugural PDL season
June 19th, 2007 7AM
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[PDL RESULTS]One of the surprises of the 2007 PDL season has been the Hampton Roads Piranhas, a late addition.

The Piranhas (7-0-1) shut out the Richmond Kickers Future, 1-0, on Sunday at the Virginia Beach Sportsplex for eighth shutout in eight games.

York College junior Andrew Wheeler scored in the 75th minute for his team-high eighth goal of the season. Former U.S. U-17 residency camper Evan Newton, who now plays for Old Dominion, earned the shutout for Hampton Roads, which leads the Mid Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference by four points over the Virginia Legacy.

The collapse of the USL-1's Virginia Beach Mariners also resulted in the demise of the PDL Submariners, but PDL franchise rights for the territory of Hampton Roads, including Virginia Beach, were acquired by the Hampton Roads Piranhas, a 13-year member and 2003 champion of the W-League. For complete PDL results and goalscorers ...

GAME RESULTS:
June 12

Nashville 0 Bradenton 1 (Milien 68).

June 15
Richmond 0 Hampton Roads 1 (Gilkerson 22).
Albany 2 (Clancy 11, Carey 46) Rhode Island 1 (Gonsalves 18).
Bradenton 0 Cocoa 0.
Thunder Bay 2 (Swartzendruber 18, Oliveira 83) St. Louis 1 (Fridal 90).
Reading 3 (Stanco 28, O'Connor 64, Kulp 81) Delaware 1 (Badejo 80).
Ogden 1 (Hickman 90) Abbotsford 0.
BYU 6 (Miller 5, De Francis 62, McKinley 74, Trejo 80, Nicoli 83, 90) Tacoma 0.
Los Angeles 1 (Soriano 30) Fresno 5 (Santiago 14, 65, Nunes 50, 63, Ramiro 80).
Michigan 4 (Daniel 33, Shipalane 45, Pallodino 48, Uzoigwe 78) Toronto 0.
DFW 1 (Botting 54) Baton Rouge 1 (F. Judice 13).
San Fernando Valley 3 (Guerrero 70, Pate 76, Gutierrez 82) Bakersfield 0.
West Virginia 0 Virginia 2 (Diaz 65, Hoxie 90).

June 16
Spokane 2 (Powers 20, Moug 66) Cascade 1 (Ostergren pen. 41).
Lancaster 1 (Thompson 37) San Jose 2 (Wilson 46, Beitashou 51).
Sioux Falls 0 Des Moines 4 (Paterson 21, Boltnar 42, 48, Neagle 58).
Ocean City 1 (Catchpole 10) West Virginia 1 (Kariotis 43).
Ogden 3 (Martinez 23, Baca 73, Blymiller 90) Tacoma 2 (Macalusa 85, O'Brien 89).
Austin 0 Baton Rouge 2 (Picous 5, Gautreau 45).
Indiana 2 (Chisoni 57, Isaac 62) Chicago 1 (Ratner 88).
Brooklyn 3 (Dragoi 22, 25, Tuesta 80) Albany 2 (Stevens 53, 88).
Nashville 0 Cary 2 (Lewis 44, Germanese 81).
BYU 2 (Trejo 25, Bindrup 48) Abbotsford 1 (Claybourne 17).
Carolina 5 (Lahoud 4, 34, Shriver 13, Frank 39, Jata 63) Palm Beach 2 (Alexander 43, Wa 68).
Thunder Bay 1 (own goal 75) St. Louis 4 (Heinemann 14, 49, 80, Holmes 47)
San Francisco 2 (Ratzburg 63, Grillo 71) Southern California 2 (Hawkins 25, Snelgrove 87).
Fredericksburg 4 (Andrews 12, Bumbut 20, Lacey 64 Ayotte 90) Virginia 0.
Springfield 3 (Hogge 33, Thomas 41, Reinberg 90) Kansas City 3 (Leboo 60, 85, McDaniel 77).

June 17
Fresno 0 San Jose 0
Long Island 4 (Grendi 6, Martinez 22, Antoniades 56, Cila 78) Vermont 1 (Stedman 55).
Hampton Roads 1 (An. Wheeler 75) Richmond 0.
West Michigan 2 (Stacy 38, 66) Toronto 1 (Wiredu 30).
Westchester 10 (Meyer 7, 13, 90, Shapiro 20, Trott 34, 44, 58, Price 61, Yusuf 64, Megaloudis 82) Vermont 2 (Stedman 72, Vuckovic 77).
Los Angeles 5 (Schunk 2, Bengard 20, Villalobos 40, Shumway 77, Martenson 85) Bakersfield 0.
Orange County 3 (Aguero 32, Merien 45, 76) Lancaster 2 (Harrie 48, M. Galvan 81).
San Fernando Valley 0 Ventura County 0.
DFW 4 (Guarda 6, Botting 30, Clancy 36, Goulding 71) New Orleans 2 (Medlock 40, Hughes 90).
Central Florida 5 (Myoczowski 29, Dicken 49, own goal 57, Reyes 84, Raad 86) Cocoa 0.
Reading 3 (O'Connor 29, Burke 65, Gazda 79) Northern Virginia 1 (own goal 74).
Springfield 0 Kansas City 2 (Cummings 29, Howard 72).



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