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Castillo and Vidal start in Mexico's Clausura playoffs
May 23rd, 2008 7AM

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New Mexican Edgar Castillo started at left back for Santos in its 1-1 tie at Monterrey in the first leg of their semifinal series in Mexico's Torneo Clausura.

U.S. U-23 defender Michael Orozco did not play in San Luis' 1-0 loss at home to Cruz Azul on Wednesday.

In the first leg of the Primera A finals to determine promotion to the First Division, Texan Marco Vidal started for Indios in the Ciudad Juarez team's 1-0 win over Leon.

The Cruz Azul-San Luis and Santos-Monterrey second legs will take place on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. Both games will be on Azteca America with 6 p.m. ET kickoffs.

The Leon-Indios second leg will be broadcast by Telemundo on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET



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