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USL-1 Results
June 2nd, 2008 6:45AM

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The Vancouver Whitecaps took over first place in the USL First Division with a pair of shutout wins on the road: 2-0 at previous leader Charleston and 1-0 at fifth place Minnesota. In Montreal, a crowd of 12,034 fans watched the Impact fall to Portland, 1-0, and go scoreless for the third straight game at the new Stade Saputo. For all the USL-1 results and goal scorers ...

May 26
Portland 0 Miami FC 2
MIA: Alex Afonso (penalty) 43
MIA: Alex Afonso (Eric Vasquez) 68
May 28
Charleston 0 Vancouver 2
VAN: Jason Jordan (Lyle Martin) 9
VAN: Nicolas Addlery (Tony Donatelli) 75
Carolina 2 Seattle 1
CAR: Connally Edozien (Martin Nunez) 9
SEA: Sebastien Le Toux (penalty) 14
CAR: Own goal 45
May 30
Montreal 0 Portland 1
POR: Chris Brown 45
Puerto Rico 1 Seattle 1
PR: Taiwo Atieno 34
SEA: Taylor Graham (Hugo Alcaraz-Cuellar) 79
May 31, 2008
Atlanta 1 Carolina 0
ATL: Macoumba Kandji 90
Minnesota 0 Vancouver 1
VAN: Jason Jordan (Eduardo Sebrango) 41
June 1

Miami FC 0 Seattle 0.
Rochester 2 Portland 1.
ROC: Matthew Delicate (Johnny Menyongar) 14
POR: Justin Thompson 78
ROC: Johnny Menyongar (Matthew Delicate) 80



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