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USL-1 Results
May 12th, 2008 7AM

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The Seattle Sounders drew 10,184 fans at Qwest Field for their 0-0 tie with Northwest rival Portland in their 2008 home opener. The Timbers remained in first place in the USL-1, two points ahead of Minnesota, which beat Montreal, 1-0, before only 745 fans in rainy St. Paul.

May 8
Portland 0 Rochester 0.
May 9 
Charleston 3 Miami FC 1.
MIA: Alex Afonso (Sean Cameron) 11
CHA: Randi Patterson 37
CHA: Osvaldo Alonso (Mike Richardson) 53
CHA: Randi Patterson (Mike Richardson) 86
May 10
Carolina 2 Atlanta 2.
ATL: Jason McLaughlin (Ansu Toure) 17
CAR: Dan Antoniuk (Steve Curfman) 29
CAR: Jamil Walker (Kupono Low) 83
ATL: David Hayes 84
Minnesota 1 Montreal 0.
MIN: Melvin Tarley 90
Seattle 0 Portland 0.
Vancouver 1 Rochester 0.
VAN: Eduardo Sebrango 77.



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