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May 12th, 2008 7AM
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The top six teams in the Eastern Conference have better records than the Western Conference co-leaders, Colorado and FC Dallas. For the up-to-date MLS standings and leading scorers, all the weekend summaries and this week's schedule ...

STANDINGS
Eastern Conference
Columbus 18 points
Chicago 16
New England 13
New York 11
Kansas City 10
Toronto FC 10
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D.C. United 6

Western Conference
Colorado 9
FC Dallas 9
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Los Angeles 8
Real Salt Lake 8
Houston 7
Chivas USA 5
San Jose 4

LEADING SCORERS
Donovan (Los Angeles) 8 goals
Cooper (FC Dallas) 5
Rogers (Columbus) 5
A. Moreno (Columbus) 4
Beckham (Los Angeles) 3
Gordon (Los Angeles) 3
J. Moreno (D.C. United) 3
Kljestan (Chivas USA) 3
Blanco (Chicago) 3
Thorrington (Chicago) 3

SCHEDULE
Thursday, May 15
Colorado-Real Salt Lake, 9:30 pm ET
ESPN2, ESPN Deportes
Saturday, May 17
Toronto FC-Columbus, 4 pm ET
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
New York-Kansas City, 7:30 pm ET
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
New England-San Jose, 7:30 pm ET
HDNet
Chicago-Houston, 8:30 pm ET
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
Chivas USA-D.C. United, 10:30 pm ET
HDNet
Sunday, May 18
FC Dallas-Los Angeles, 3 pm ET
TeleFutura

MLS SUMMARIES (May 10-11)
May 10 in Houston
Houston 2 Colorado 1. Goals: Ching (Holden) 43, De Rosario pen. 87; Cummings (C. Gomez) 68.
Houston - Onstad, Mulrooney, Boswell, Robinson (Ianni, 75), Barrett, Mullan, Clark, De Rosario, Holden (Ashe, 71), Caraccio (Cameron, 65), Ching.
Colorado -Coundoul, Kimura, Erpen, Ihemelu, Harvey (Clark, 88), Peterson, C.Gomez (Ballouchy, 80), Mastroeni, LaBrocca, McManus (H.Gomez, 65), Cummings.
Yellow Cards: Houston - Mulrooney 28, Clark 34; Colorado - Harvey 41, McManus 44, Ihemelu 86.
Referee:Tim Weyland.
Att.:15,024.

May 10 in Salt Lake City
Real Salt Lake 2 FC Dallas 1.Goals: Morales 28, Beckerman (Williams) 73; Cooper (Rocha) 56.
Real Salt Lake - Rimando, Olave (Williams, 40), Mantilla, Borchers, Beltran, Beckerman, Kovalenko, Morales (Cutler, 57), Wingert, Espindola (Findley, 80), Deuchar.
FC Dallas -Sala, Moor, Davino, Serioux (Pitchkolan, 71), Rocha (Oduro, 84), Ricchetti, Saragosa (Ricardinho, 77), Toja, Alvarez, Cooper, Thompson.
Yellow Cards:Real Salt Lake - Kovalenko 32; FC Dallas - Moor 59.
Referee: Ricardo Salazar.
Att.: 12,173.

May 10 in Santa Clara, Calif.
San Jose 2 Columbus 3. Goals: Corrales (O'Brien) 42, Johnson (Ned Grabavoy) 89; Rogers (Ekpo) 73, Rogers (Moreno) 81, Evans (Schelotto) 83.
San Jose - Cannon, Riley, Garcia, Hernandez, Denton, O'Brien (Glinton, 82), Corrales, Grabavoy, Guerrero (Johnson, 66), Peguero (Salinas, 64), Kamara.
Columbus - Hesmer, Hejduk, Marshall, O'Rourke, Hendrickson (Iro, 93+), Gaven (Ekpo, 69), Carroll, Miglioranzi (Evans, 31), Rogers, Schelotto, Moreno.
Yellow Card: San Jose - Riley 8.
Referee:Jair Marrufo.
Att.:9,318.

May 10 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 1 New York 2.Goals: Gordon (Randolph, Vanney) 77; Borman 21, Angel (Richards) 78.
Los Angeles -Cronin, Klein, Franklin, Roberts, Vanney, Beckham, Franchino (Jordan, 83), McDonald, Randolph, Donovan, Gordon.
New York -Conway, Freeman, Parke, Goldthwaite, Richards (Wolyniec, 82), Borman (Mendes, 58), Sassano, van den Bergh, Altidore, Magee (Leitch, 90), Angel.
Referee:Alex Prus.
Att.: 27,000.

May 11 in Carson, Calif.
Chivas USA 1 New England 2.Goals: Braun (Galindo, Harris) 93; Mansally (Larentowicz, Albright) 18, Twellman (Ralston) 59.
Chivas USA -Guzan, Ebert (Braun, 59), Curtin, Thomas, Burling, Kljestan, Marsch (Paladini, 68), Nagamura, Mendoza, Galindo, Razov (Harris, 71).
New England -Reis, Albright, Heaps, Parkhurst, Thompson, Ralston (Flood, 79), Joseph, Larentowicz, Castro (Dube, 55), Mansally (Twellman, 46), Smith.
Yellow Cards:Chivas USA - Marsch 19, Harris 75, Paladini 76; New England - Larentowicz 30.
Referee:Mark Geiger.
Att.:10,927.



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