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Taylor unleashes Fury on Rochester
June 26th, 2007 7AM

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The Ottawa Fury improved to 7-0-0 in W-League play with a 4-1 win over Toronto and 3-0 victory over Rochester. In the win over the Rhinos, Englishwoman Jodie Taylor, who plays for Oregon State, scored all three goals for Toronto. Minnesota (5-0-0) is the only other unbeaten and untied team in the W-League.


June 20
New Jersey 1 (O'Rourke 12) Washington 1 (Andrzejeski 22).

June 21
West Michigan 0 Michigan 2 (Hill 35, Crawford 82).
New York 1 (Lanphier 18) Western Mass 1 (Busque 32).
Fort Collins 1 (Winford 32) Vancouver 4 (Peetz 14, Masar 27, Milbrett 77, 82).

June 22
San Diego 3 (Robinson 34, Epstein 63, 78) Mile High 1 (Mihalcin 14).
Atlanta 2 (Rooney 43, Brooks 63) Hampton Roads 0.
Ottawa 4 (Hamel 44, Parker 46, 70, Laue 68) Toronto 1 (Ruhe Lischke 20).

June 23
Hamilton 1 (Heydorn 60) Laval 2 (Lesage 19, Legault 19).
Western Mass 1 (Guigli 66) New Jersey 4 (Falconer 22, 30, Hoyer 35, Negron 90).
Northern Virginia 2 (Banks 21, 85) Long Island 1 (Shulman 40).
Vermont 3 (Rdzanek 51, Speilman pen. 54, Cochran 74) Rochester 1 (Miller 69).
New York 0 Boston 1 (Craft 5).
Charlotte 4 (Mollon 45, Murphy 53, Schmedes 60, Rife 89) Hampton Roads 1 (Beeman 22).
Bradenton 0 Cocoa 0.

June 24
Ottawa 3 (Taylor 3, 19, 55) Rochester 0.
Washington 6 (Moros 12, 27, Kidwell 40, Andrzejeski 68, Maher 71, Watson 84) Long Island 0.
Jersey 5 (Heath 7, Dickenmann 19, 45, Arnardottir 22, 27) Boston 0.
London 1 (Salgado 56) West Michigan 3 (Wagner 43, Eible 46, 71).
San Diego 4 (Epstein 56, 70, Patrick 78, Miyake 85) Mile High 0.



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