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MLS Results
June 2nd, 2008 6:45AM

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Last season's worst team, Tornoto FC, inched up the East standings thanks to a win over Los Angeles. For the up-to-date MLS standings and leading scorers, all the weekend summaries and this week's schedule. ...

MLS
STANDINGS

Eastern Conference
New England 20 points
Chicago 19
Columbus 19
Toronto FC 17
New York 12
Kansas City 11
D.C. United 10

Western Conference
Colorado 15
Los Angeles 14
Chivas USA 14
Houston 14
FC Dallas 13
Real Salt Lake 11
San Jose 7

LEADING SCORERS
Donovan (Los Angeles) 9 goals
Cooper (FC Dallas) 6
Rogers (Columbus) 5
Barrett (Chicago) 4
Beckham (Los Angeles) 4
Blanco (Chicago) 4
Buddle (Los Angeles) 4
Dichio (Toronto FC) 4
Kljestan (Chivas USA) 4
Marsch (Chivas USA 4)
A. Moreno (Columbus) 4
J. Moreno (D.C. United) 4
Oduro (FC Dallas) 4

SCHEDULE
Wednesday, June 4
D.C. United-Houston, 7:30 pm ET.
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
Thursday, June 5
New York-Chivas USA, 7:30 pm ET.
ESPN2, ESPN Deportes
Friday, June 6
New England-FC Dallas, 6:30 pm ET.
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
Saturday, June 7
Columbus-San Jose, 7:30 pm ET.
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
Chicago-D.C. United, 8:30 pm.
Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Sports en Espanol
Real Salt Lake-Kansas City, 9 pm ET.
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
Los Angeles-Colorado, 10:30 pm ET.
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
Sunday, June 8
Houston-Toronto FC, 8:30 pm ET.
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv

MLS SUMMARIES (May 31-June 1)
May 31 in Toronto
Toronto FC 2 Los Angeles 0.
Goals: James (Ricketts) 49, Cunningham 65.
Toronto FC - Edwards, Wynne, Velez, Brennan, Ricketts, Edu, Harmse, Tebily (James, 15), Dunivant, Smith (Attakora-Gyan, 87), Cunningham.
Los Angeles - Cronin, Vanney, Franklin, Klein, Roberts, Randolph (Ruiz, 67), Pires, McDonald, Franchino, Buddle, Gordon.
Yellow Cards: Toronto FC - Edu 37, Harmse 54, Cunningham 65.
Referee: Mark Geiger.
Att.: 20,096.

May 31 in Houston
Houston 1 New York
0. Goal: Ching (Cameron, Holden) 68.
Houston - Caig, Mulrooney, Boswell, Ianni, Waibel, Cameron, Clark, Holden, Ashe (Davis, 46), Mullan (Brown, 82), Ching.
New York - Conway, Leitch, Boyens, Parke, Goldthwaite, Richards, Sassano (Ubiparipovic, 44), Stammler, Borman, Wolyniec (Freeman, 58), Altidore.
Yellow Cards: Houston - Boswell 65, Davis 78, Cameron 84; New York - Wolyniec 37, Borman 60, Goldthwaite 64.
Referee: Andrew Chapin.
Att.: 17,204.

May 31 in Salt Lake City
Real Salt Lake 3 San Jose 1.
Goals: Findley (Morales) 48, Morales (Findley) 60, Kovalenko pen. 73; Cunliffe (Corrales, Garcia) 84.
Real Salt Lake - Rimando, Beltran, Borchers, Olave, Wingert, Williams, Kovalenko, Morales (Cordoba, 79), Beckerman, Deuchar (Nunez, 85), Espindola (Findley, 45).
San Jose - Cannon, Hernandez, Cochrane, Garcia, Denton, Salinas (Riley, 59), Corrales, Vide (Gray, 71), Grabavoy, Johnson, Kirovski (Cunliffe, 74).
Yellow Cards: Real Salt Lake - Deuchar 81; San Jose - Hernandez 62, Garcia 72.
Referee: Jorge Gonzalez.
Att.: 15,977.

May 31 in Carson, Calif.
Chivas USA 2 Columbus 0.
Goals: Flores 20, Marsch (Braun) 21.
Chivas USA - Guzan, Talley, Burling (Thomas, 62), Curtin, Mendoza, Kljestan, Marsch, Nagamura, Braun (Razov, 68), Flores (Hamilton, 90), Harris.
Columbus - Hesmer, Hejduk, Marshall, O'Rourke, Hendrickson, Gaven (Ekpo, 67), Carroll, Evans, Rogers (Lenhart, 80), Schelotto (Moffat, 46), Moreno.
Yellow Cards: Columbus - Moffat 49; Chivas USA - Burling 42, Braun 61, Harris 82.
Red Card: Columbus - O'Rourke 22.
Referee: Fernando Galvan.
Att.: 12,388.

June 1 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 2 FC Dallas 1.
Goals: Casey (C. Gomez) 7, McManus (Gomes) 72; Oduro 44.
Colorado - Burpo, Ihemelu, Gomes, Erpen, Peterson (Harvey, 78), C. Gomez, LaBrocca, Mastroeni, Clark (Cooke, 64), Casey (Cummings, 46), McManus.
FC Dallas - Burse, Moor, Davino, Pitchkolan, Rhine, Ricchetti, Saragosa, Toja (Ricardinho, 83), Wagner (Shea, 77), Cooper, Oduro (Alvarez, 71).
Yellow Cards: Colorado - Mastroeni 45; FC Dallas -Saragosa 91.
Referee: Yader Reyes.
Att.: 12,120.



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