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BYU has commanding lead in PDL's Northwest Division
July 17th, 2007 7AM
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BYU, the only college team represented in the PDL, improved to 12-1-1 with a 2-1 win over Northwest Division rival Ogden on goals by Tyson Millerand William Fellows on Saturday. The Cougars lead second-place Tacoma by eight points. For complete PDL results and goalscorers ...

July 11
Toronto 5 (Revivo 16, own goal 17, Wiredu 57, 88, Stedmond 83) Cleveland 1 (Tudich 14).
BYU 1 (Miller 69) Ogden 0.
Cary 1 (Brown 55) Carolina 4 (Ababio 24, 28, El-Hadji 58, Lahoud 85).

July 12
Atlanta 2 (Parrish 73, Roushandel pen. 83) Nashville 0.

July 13
Rhode Island 4 (Gonsalves 7, 44, 83, McCormick 86) Long Island 2 (Roderick 11, Grella 47).
Thunder Bay 0 Sioux Falls 1 (Miller 2).
Des Moines 8 (Paterson 14, pen. 30, Pagel 19, Disang 66, Markey 74, Neagle 85, Sindlinger 87, 90) Springfield 0.
Reading 2 (Gazda 60, 90) Fredericksburg 3 (Andrews 28, 34, Burkey 90).
Laredo 2 (own goal 32, Fender 33) Austin 0.
Richmond 1 (Powell 16) Delaware 0.
Albany 2 (Carey 10, Dubois 90) Ottawa 1 (Amahazion 55).
San Fernando Valley 3 (Kim 31, Shaw 34, Paladini 80) Southern California 1 (Farnsworth 19).
Toronto 2 (Wiredu 43, Revivo 70) Fort Wayne 3 (Webb 17, Wilson 26, Bauer 50).
Baton Rouge 3 (Arnold 10, T Judice 52, 76) El Paso 2 (Griego 30, 67).
New Orleans 0 DFW 1 (Sweatser 45).
Cary 2 (Germanese 18, Charowski 90) Central Florida 1 (Millar 53).
Fresno 4 (Campos 14, 26, 90, Codeceira 49) Bakersfield 2 (Fernandez 74, Aguilera 90).

July 14
San Jose 4 (Wilson 10, 42, Frank 54, Beitashour 78) Orange County 1 (Larabee 70).
Ogden 1 (Morris 88) BYU 2 (Miller 3, Fellows 75).
New Orleans 1 (Chagnard 80) El Paso 0.
West Virginia 1 (Whalley 49) Hampton Roads 3 (Nolz 14, Wheeler 34, 47).
Laredo 3 (Vallejo 4, Ibarra 79, Garcia 89) Austin 1 (Vega 10).
Thunder Bay 6 (A Coronado 2, Oliveira 37, Swartzendruber 52, 89, Zendejas 71, own goal 75) Sioux Falls 0.
Des Moines 3 (Paterson 45, Neagle 45, Boltnar 86) Springfield 1 (Condi 48).
Northern Virginia 0 Virginia 2 (Hoxie 85, 90).
Nashville 0 Atlanta 1 (Jones 61).
Carolina 4 (Salinas 35, 72, S Cronin 53, Campbell 74) Central Florida 0.
Colorado 7 (Howlan 22, 33, Blanco 44, Miller 55, Burt 71, Pereira 77, Edwards pen. 82) Kansas City 1 (Wurst 45).
Brooklyn 0 Ottawa 0.
Tacoma 5 (David 1 Macaluso 42, Agu 74, O'Brien 77, Tangney 79) Yakima 0.
Michigan 7 (Uzoigwe 5, 16, 56, Jafta 10, 63, Bonnell 74, Dube 82) West Michigan 1 (Oatley 3).
Cape Cod 2 (Munro 2, Pierre-Louis 18) Long Island 1 (Jolley 57).
Chicago 1 (Hlavaty 34) Cleveland 0.
Abbotsford 4 (Vanderhoek 28, 59, Severn 63, 76) Cascade 0.

July 15
Cascade 1 (Ostergren 48) Tacoma 2 (O'Brien 63, 73).
Toronto 1 (DeAbrew 6) Fort Wayne 0.
Colorado 0 Kansas City 0.
Westchester 1 (Kuritzky pen. 42) Rhode Island 0.
Virginia 5 (Hoxie 17, 38, McMillan 45, own goal 69, Han 90) Delaware 2 (Badejo 20, 73).
Ventura County 3 (Draycott 40, 79, Alcaraz 87) Southern California 3 (Gabaldon 30, 60, 90).



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