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USL-1 Results
July 14th, 2008 7AM
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The Puerto Rico Islanders moved to win three points of first-place Charleston with a 3-1 victory at the Battery of Friday. One day earlier, the Islanders had won, 2-0, at Portland. Five different players scored for the Islanders in the two wins. Puerto Rico is tied for second place with Vancouver, one point ahead of Seattle. For all the USL-1 results and goal scorers ...

July 10
Portland 0 Puerto Rico 2
PR: Fabrice Noel (Jonathan Steele) 38
PR: Josh Hansen (Nigel Henry) 45

July 11
Rochester 1 Seattle
ROC: Luke Kreamalmeyer (Danny Earls) 7
Minnesota 2 Carolina 2

MIN: Dale Weiler (Frederico Moojen) 7
CAR: Martin Nunez (penalty) 26
CAR: Santiago Fusilier (Hamed Diallo) 31
MIN: Melvin Tarley 80
Charleston 1 Puerto Rico 3

CHA: Lazo Alavanja (Darren Spicer) 24
PR: Kendal Jagdeosingh (Noah Delgadoh) 70
PR: Cristian Arrieta (penalty) 80
PR: Jonathan Steele (Fabrice Noel) 87

July 13

Montreal 0 Seattle 1
SEA: Sebastien Le Toux (Leighton O'Brien) 73
Rochester 0 Miami FC 0
Vancouver 1 Carolina 1
CAR: Dan Antonuik 74
VAN: Eduardo Sebrango (Martin Nash) 75



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