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USL-1 Results
April 21st, 2008 6:31AM

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Former MLS player Chris Brown scored a late goal with a one-man advantage to help the Portland Timbers defeat the Puerto Rico Islanders, 1-0, in front of 10,977 fans Friday at PGE Park. In other USL First Division action, defending champion Seattle needed a save by goalie Chris Eyelander on Mike Richardson's penalty kick to keep the Sounders in the game and then Kenji Treschuk's equalizer in stoppage time to earn a 1-1 tie at Charleston. For all the USL-1 scores and goalscorers ...

April 18
Portland 1 (Brown 71) Puerto Rico 0.
April 19
Charleston 1 (Rolko 37) Seattle 1 (Treschuk 90).
Miami FC 1 (Afonso 16) Montreal 2 (Di Lorenzo 48, Barnett 83).
Atlanta 1 (Monteiro 72) Carolina 1 (Curfman 49).

 



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