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CORRECTION: U.S. Open Cup Results
June 12th, 2008 6:45AM
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The USL-1 Atlanta Silberbacks beat the Austin Aztex on penalty kicks in the first round of the U.S. Open Cup on Tuesday. The Portland Timbers were the only USL-1 team to lose, falling to Hollywood United, 3-2. Former Timber Matt Taylor scored two penalty kicks for Hollywood United. Its president is Anthony LaPaglia, the star of the television series Without a Trace. For the first-round results and second-round schedule ...

First Round
June 10

Carolina RailHawks 1 (Low 85) Brooklyn Knights 0
Richmond Kickers 3 (Paschalis 11, Nyazamba 20, Bulow pen. 24) Fredericksburg Gunners 0.
Western Mass Pioneers 2 (Krause 33, Maciel 68) Boston Olympiakos 0.
AAC Eagles 0 Pittsburgh Riverhounds 4 (Salsi, Browne, Jerome, MacKenzie).
Michigan Bucks 1 (Shipalane 4) Cleveland City Stars 1 (Franks 23).
(Cleveland wins on penalties.)
Minnesota Thunder 4 (Tarley 44, 81, Sanchez 58, Paye 89) St. Louis Lions 1 (Hainemann 79).
Rochester Rhinos 2 (Fitzpatrick pen 73, Diallo 96) RWB Adria 1 (Morad 86) (OT).
Austin Aztex 2 (Watson 44, Guadarrama 101) Atlanta Silverbacks 2 (Kandji 80, Hayes pen. 112).
(Atlanta wins 5-4 on penalties.)
Charleston Battery 3 (Spicer 19, 22, 43) ASC New Stars 0.
Charlotte Eagles 5 (Ssejjemba 32, 75, Swinehart pen. 54, 67, Herrer 71) Clearwater Galactics 2 (Carmona 41, Diaz 50).
Bradenton Academics 2 (Boggs 18, own goal 49) Miami FC 4 (Cameron 25, Inacio 58, Afonso 75, 85).
Arizona Sahuaros 0 Seattle Sounders 1 (Treschuk 118).
Harrisburg City Islanders 5 (Schofield 1, own goal 16, Weisner 43, Barbosa 45, Bloes 57) Yakima Reds 1.
Los Angeles Legends (PDL) 0 Crystal Palace Baltimore 1 (Healy
Portland Timbers (USL-1) 2 (Brown 32, Oka 53) Hollywood United (USASA) 3 (Taylor pen. 45, pen. 56, Alexander 90).
Real Maryland Monarchs vs. New York Pancyprian Freedom-postponed.
Second Round
June 24
N.Y. Pancyprian Freedoms (USASA) or Real Maryland (USL2) at Carolina Railhawks (USL1)
Richmond Kickers (USL2) at Western Mass. Pioneers (USL2)
Pittsburgh Riverhounds (USL2) at Rochester Rhinos (USL1)
Cleveland City Stars (USL2) at Minnesota Thunder (USL1)
Atlanta Silverbacks (USL1) at Miami FC (USL1)
Charlotte Eagles (USL2) at Charleston Battery (USL1)
Hollywood United (USASA) at Seattle Sounders (USL1)
Crystal Palace Baltimore (USL2) at Harrisburg City Islanders (USL2)



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