[U.S. OPEN CUP] The defending USL First Division champion Seattle Sounders moved into the third round of the U.S. Open Cup with a 6-0 win over Hollywood United.
Frenchman Sebastian Le Toux, signed by the Sounders FC for the 2009 MLS season, scored four goals.
The only USL-2 teams still alive are the Richmond Kickers and Cleveland City Stars.
The Kickers, winners of the 1995 Open Cup, beat the West Mass Pioneers, 2-1, in a match that saw three Pioneer players sent off.
The City Stars knocked off the USL-1 Minnesota Thunder, 2-0.
Carolina Railhawks (USL1) 1 Real Maryland (USL2) 0
CAR: 90 Kapuno Low (pen.)
Western Mass. Pioneers (USL2) 1 Richmond Kickers (USL2) 2
WM: 63 Jeff Deren 63
RIC: 59 Kelvin Jones
RIC: 84 Stanley Nyazamba (Freddy Smith)
Rochester Rhinos (USL1) 3 Pittsburgh Riverhounds (USL 2) 0
ROC: Johnny Menyongar (Ze Roberto) 26'
ROC: Mauricio Salles (Steve Guppy) 60'
ROC: Luke Kreamalmeyer (Matthew Delecate) 75'
Minnesota Thunder (USL1) 0 Cleveland City Stars (USL2) 2
CLE: 106 Floyd Franks (Anthony Stovall)
CLE: 119 Floyd Franks (pen.)
Miami FC (USL1) 1 Atlanta Silverbacks (USL1) 0
MIA: 40 Alex Afonso 40
Charleston Battery (USL1) 2 Charlotte Eagles (USL 2) 1
CHB: 12 Darren Spicer
CHE: 67 Jorge Herrera (Ben Johnson)
CHB: 90 Osvaldo Alonso (pen.)
Seattle Sounders (USL1) 6 Hollywood United (USASA) 0
SEA: 5 Zach Scott 5
SEA: 15 Josh Gardner 15
SEA: 22 Sebastien Le Toux 22
SEA: 38 Sebastien Le Toux 38
SEA: 60 Sebastien Le Toux 60
SEA: 63 Sebastien Le Toux 63
Harrisburg City Islanders (USL2) 2 Crystal Palace Baltimore (USL2) 2
CPB: 10 Kevin King
HAR: 24 Anthony Calvano (David Schofield)
HAR: 105 Matthew Mbuta (Val Texiera)
CPB: 120 Yu Hoshide (pen.)
(Crystal Palace Baltimore wins 3-1 on penalties.)