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Vancouver reclaims first place in USL-1
June 25th, 2007 7AM

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[USL RESULTS] The defending champion Vancouver Whitecaps regained first place in the USL First Division with a 1-0 win at Miami and 0-0 tie at Puerto Rico. Minnesota moved out of last place Sunday with a 1-0 win over California. In the USL-2, Cleveland fell for the first time when it lost at first-place Charlotte, 1-0, on Sunday. Richmond (8-0-2) is the lone unbeaten team left in the USL-2. For complete USL results and goalscorers ...

USL First Division

June 21
Portland 1 (Dombrowski 85) Montreal 1 (Marcina 86).

June 22
Rochester 1 (Diallo 15) California 1 (Casillas 84).
Charleston 2 (King 87, Armstrong pen. 90) Atlanta 1 (Buete 37).
Miami 0 Vancouver 1 (Sebrango 87).

June 23
Carolina 2 (Long 55, Low pen. 67) Charleston 0.
Seattle 0 Montreal 1 (Di Lorenzo 71).

June 24
Minnesota 1 (Farber 3) California 0.
Puerto Rico 0 Vancouver 0.

USL Second Division
June 19
Bermuda 0 Wilmington 1 (Williamson 36).

June 20
New Hampshire 1 (Stewart 80) Western Mass 2 (Deren 19, Wilson 90).

June 22
Wilmington 2 (Nweke 11, Mackenzie 70) Cleveland 2 (Moffat 25, 61).

June 23
Bermuda 0 Richmond 2 (Burke 66, Bulow 70).
Harrisburg 2 (Oduor 27, Ombiji 60) New Hampshire 0.
Cincinnati 2 (McGinlay pen. 81, Hermann 88) CP Baltimore 2 (Urquijo 18, Alcala 28).
Charlotte 1 (Shak 27) Cleveland 0.



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