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Haitian Pierre-Louis leads unbeaten Cape Cod in PDL play
June 26th, 2007 7AM
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[PDL RESULTS] Long-time PDL powerhouse Cape Cod remained unbeaten in the Northeast Division with a 5-2 win over Rhode Island and 2-2 tie with Westchester. Ricardo Pierre-Louis, who played for Haiti at the Gold Cup, led the Crusaders with a second-half hat rick against Rhode Island. Cape Cod is one of four teams still unbeaten in PDL play along with the Hampton Roads Piranhas, Michigan Bucks and Kansas City Brass.

June 20
Fort Wayne 0 Toronto 2 (Wiredu 31, Fairweather 69).
Kansas City 2 (Gorczyca pen. 64, Howard 68) Sioux Falls 2 (Cutshaw 16, Sexson 78).
Cleveland 0 Indiana 2 (Sipos 72, Tudich 83).
Hampton Roads 2 (An. Wheeler 6, Kinney 78) Ocean City 0.
West Michigan 1 (Tom Oatley 39) Michigan 1 (Holody pen. 47).
Mississippi 0 New Orleans 0.

June 21
Chicago 2 (Fleak 13, Roth pen. 83) St Louis 1 (Clayes pen. 53).

June 22
Albany 2 (Narode 15, Carey 31) Long Island 1 (Barbieri 59).
Austin 0 Mississippi 2 (Buffington 8, 44).
Yakima 1 (Jose Garcia 37) BYU 3 (Miller 36, Clark 78, Defrances 88).
Atlanta 2 (Roushandel 10, Scannella 37) Nashville 1 (Lowder 23).
Central Florida 6 (Raad 45, Wolfe 49, Taylor 53, 66, 86, Millar 53) Bradenton 2 (McKinney 10, Gavin 30).
Ventura County 3 (Frimpong 33, Pizarro 49, Draycott 70) Lancaster 1 (Thompson 47).
Tacoma 1 (Schumaker 47) Ogden 1 (J Broadhead pen. 59).

June 23
Des Moines 5 (Klosterman 45, Disang 56, 64, Neagle 66, Mujdzic 89) Thunder Bay 2 (Oliveira 60, A Corranado 62).
Vermont 0 Brooklyn 1 (Anton 13).
Carolina 8 (Arnoud 15, 55, Lahoud 28, Franks 45, Salinas 47, 50, Carrizosa 66, Ababio 71) Cocoa 0.
El Paso 1 (Mora 22) Laredo 0.
Yakima 1 (Alvero 9) BYU 2 (Osborne 89, 90).
Lancaster 1 (Cippola 40) Southern California 4 (Young 2, Leiva 63, Searles 66, Gabaldon 77).
San Jose 2 (Frank 37, Beitashour 61) San Francisco 0.
Springfield 3 (Goetting 27, Carrington 52, Curde 82) Sioux Falls 1 (Hasanbagovic 83).
Michigan 5 (Brunner 5, Preciado 39, Uzoigwe 64, pen. 85, Dube 90) Indiana 1 (Isaac 18).
DFW 1 (Botting 41) Mississippi 0.
Rhode Island 2 (Gonsalves 47, 64) Cape Cod 5 (Short 18, Pierre-Louis 48, 89, 90, Barnett 90).
Fort Wayne 0 St Louis 1 (Heinemann 73).
Northern Virginia 0 Hampton Roads 5 (Kalungi 22, An. Wheeler 29, 80, own goal 42, Nolz 58).
Ocean City 1 (Carmichael 15) Virginia 0.
Abbotsford 0 Ogden 2 (Christensen 24, Blymiller 89).
Atlanta 4 (Roushandel pen. 23, 33, Jon Cox 77, J Collier 80) Baton Rouge 1 (Simon 10).
San Fernando Valley 1 (Shaw 62) Fresno 1 (Campos 28).
Delaware 2 (Fonseca 57, 69) Richmond 0.
Colorado 4 (Koshi 8, Demarzi 12, Numny 16, Pereira 38) Spokane 1 (Moug 21)

June 24
Cary 6 (Germanese 5, Sassano 9, 30, Schilowski pen. 21, 63, Videira 51) Cocoa 0.
Los Angeles 2 (Schunk 9, Shafii 75) Ventura County 1 (Draycott 28).
Cape Cod 2 (Munro 13, Stratford 47) Westchester 2 (Trott 60, Konicoff 88).
Fredericksburg 4 (Andrews 36, 71, 86, Neagu 50) Northern Virginia 1 (Chaves pen. 61).
Ottawa 0 Brooklyn 3 (Gonzalez 10, Dragoi 48, Niebles 78).
Des Moines 0 Thunder Bay 1 (Zendejas 63).
Toronto 5 (Wiredu 59, 65, Jeffers 70, Revivo 77, Steadman 80) Indiana 0.



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