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Surging Timbers take over USL-1 lead
July 16th, 2007 7AM

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USL First Division
July 12
Seattle 1 (Le Toux 24) Vancouver 0.
July 13
Carolina 0 Montreal 1 (Ribeiro 84).
Puerto Rico 3 (Fabrice 32, 54, Velez 57) Charleston 1 (Chin 37).
Portland 1 (Jordan 52) California 0.
July 14
Atlanta 4 (Ukah 24, Hayes pen. 48, Rios 59, Antoniuk 90) Rochester 1 (Severs 52).
Vancouver 1 (Jordan 3) Miami 2 (Zinho 53, Fraser 65).
July 15
Minnesota 3 (Spicer 31, Taylor 45, Paye pen. 80) Montreal 0.
Puerto Rico 4 (Taiwo 39, 42, Gonzalez pen. 45, Noel 59) Charleston 3 (Alvarez 20, Curran 40, Alavanja 57).
Portland 4 (Knowles 32, Hague 68, 74, 88) California 1 (Bianchi 17).

USL Second Division
July 13
Harrisburg 0 CP Baltimore 0.
Richmond 4 (Watson 3, 83, Schramm 40, Bulow 45) Charlotte 1 (Harvey 43).
New Hampshire 1 (Barbosa 34) Cleveland 1 (McGregor 8).
July 14
Cincinnati 2 (Horne 68, McGinlay 75) Bermuda 3 (Astwood 12, 20, Peniston 43).
Charlotte 1 (Ruud 26) Richmond 3 (Harding 8, own goal 68, Watson 83).
Western Mass 1 (Deren 15) Cleveland 1 (McGregor 26).



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