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USL-1 Results
August 4th, 2008 7AM

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The Charleston Battery got a pair of goals from Cuban Osvaldo Alonso to beat Vancouver, 2-0, on Sunday and move back into a tie with the Whitecaps for first place in the USL First Division. For all the results, goal scorers and standings ...

RESULTS:
July 29
Miami FC 1 Vancouver 2
VAN: Eduardo Sebrango (Luca Bellisimo) 57
MIA: Alex Afonso (Eric Vasquez) 61
VAN: Alfredo Valente (Martin Nash) 81

Aug. 1
Atlanta 2 Charleston 1
ATL: Macoumba Kandji (pen.) 12
CHA: Stephen Armstrong 13
ATL: Ansu Toure (Jerson Monteiro) 37
Puerto Rico 1 Seattle 2
SEA: Sebastien Le Toux (Jason Cascio) 8
PR: Taiwo Atieno (Jonathan Steele) 40
SEA: Josh Gardner 60
Carolina 2 Vancouver 3
VAN: Charles Gbeke (Omar Jarun) 2
VAN: Omar Jarun 10
CAR: Santiago Fusilier 18
VAN: Eduardo Sebrango (Jeff Clarke) 35
CAR: Martin Nunez (Joey Worthen) 83

Aug. 2
Minnesota 2 Portland 2
MIN: Ricardo Sanchez (pen.) 18
MIN: Luchi Gonzalez 66
POR: Miguel Guante (Bryan Jordan) 70
POR: Bryan Jordan (pen.) 75

Aug. 3
Charleston 2 Vancouver 0
CHA: Osvaldo Alonso (Stephen Armstrong) 10
CHA: Osvaldo Alonso (pen.) 61
Puerto Rico 1 Carolina 0
PR: Cristian Arrieta (Jonathan Steele) 37
Rochester 3 Atlanta 4
ATL: Macoumba Kandji (pen.) 42
ROC: Andrew Gregor (Luke Kreamalmeyer) 44
ATL: Jerson Monteiro 50
ATL: Macoumba Kandji (Scott Buete) 52
ROC: Matthew Delicate (Steve Guppy) 53
ATL: David Hayes (pen.) 71
ROC: Mauricio Salles (pen.) 75

STANDINGS:
1. Charleston 34 (20 games)
1. Vancouver 34 (19 games)
3. Puerto Rico 33 (19 games)
4. Seattle 29 (21 games)
5. Rochester 28 (20 games)
6. Atlanta 27 (18 games)
7. Portland 24 (21 games)
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8. Miami FC 23 (21 games)
9. Minnesota 21 (20 games)
9. Carolina 21 (21 games)
11. Montreal 19 (18 games)



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