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Revs & Dynamo serve up a barn-burner
July 23rd, 2007 7AM
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New England and Houston, leaders of the MLS's East and West conferences, played to a 3-3 tie at New England in a game that saw Houston's 746-minute shutout streak come to an end. John Wolyniec headed home the winner in the New York Red Bulls' 1-0 win over D.C. United after Jozy Altidore nodded on a Claudio Reyna free kick. Argentine Guillermo Barros Schelotto scored twice as Columbus downed Toronto FC. Colorado, winless since late May, enjoyed a 2-2 tie with Kansas City.


July 22 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 3 Houston 3.
Goals: Noonan (Twellman) 32, Twellman (Noonan) 51, Joseph pen. 66; De Rosario (Robinson) 49, Ching (Ngwenya) 60, Ching (Holden) 61.
New England - Reis, Heaps, Parkhurst, Dorman, Riley, Larentowicz, Ralston, Joseph, Smith (Thompson, 46), Noonan (Cristman, 71), Twellman.
Houston - Onstad, Robinson, Waibel, Barrett, Cochrane, Jaqua (Ashe, 81), Mulrooney, De Rosario, Holden, Ngwenya, Ching.
Yellow Cards: Houston - De Rosario 53, Ngwenya 65, Robinson 86.
Referee: Kevin Stott.
Att.: 14,606.

July 22 in Columbus
Columbus 2 Toronto FC 0.
Goals: Schelotto (Hejduk, Grabavoy) 50, Schelotto 56.
Columbus - Hesmer, Hejduk, Gonzalez, Marshall, Miglioranzi, Schelotto (Rogers, 73), Grabavoy, O'Rourke, Szetela, Gaven (Herron, 87), Moreno.
Toronto FC - Djekanovic, Boyens (Welsh, 59), Marshall, Dunivant, Wynne, Brennan, Pozniak, Robinson, O'Brien, Samuel, Cunningham (Lombardo 7; Dichio 70).
Yellow Card:Toronto FC - Marshall 46+.
Referee: Michael Kennedy.
Att.: 13,479.

July 22 in East Rutherford, N.J.
New York 1 D.C. United 0.
Goal: Wolyniec (Altidore, Reyna) 19.
New York -Conway, Freeman, Mendes, Parke (Vide, 46), Goldthwaite, Richards, Reyna (Kovalenko, 73), Stammler, Mathis (van den Bergh, 85), Altidore, Wolyniec.
D.C. United - Perkins, McTavish, Boswell, Vanney, Burch (deRoux, 73), Simms (Addlery, 55), Carroll, Gomez, Gros, Emilio, Fred.
Yellow Cards:New York - Wolyniec 82; D.C. United - Gros 19, Carroll 60, Boswell 79.
Red Card: D.C. United - Fred 92+.
Referee: Abiodun Okulaja.
Att.: 14,705.

July 22 in Kansas City
Kansas City 2 Colorado 2.
Goals: Johnson (Arnaud, Victorine) 24, Johnson 43; Kirovski pen. 42, Erpen (Cooke) 77.
Kansas City - Hartman, Jewsbury, Conrad, Garcia, Burciaga Jr., Victorine (Morsink, 46), Marinelli, Zavagnin, Harrington, Arnaud, Johnson (Movsisyan, 81; Pore, 89).
Colorado - Coundoul, Prideaux, Ihemelu, Mastroeni, Erpen, Cooke, Ballouchy, Cancela, Kirovski, Hernandez (Peterson, 74), Gomez (Cummings, 84).
Yellow Cards: Kansas City - Marinelli 22, Johnson 33, Hartman 40, Arnaud 49+; Colorado - Gomez 46+, Ballouchy 50+, Coundoul 62, Ihemelu 66.
Red Card: KC -- Jose Burciaga Jr. 67.
Referee: Tim Weyland.
Att.:7,101.



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