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USL-1 Results
August 11th, 2008 7:01AM

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In what could be the last meeting between these Pacific Northwest rivals, the Seattle Sounders beat the Portland Timbers, 1-0, before 12,332 fans at Portland's PGE Park. The Sounders move to MLS in 2009. Portland intends to apply for one of the two MLS franchises that will be awarded for the 2011 season. For all the results, goal scorers and standings ...

RESULTS
Aug. 5

Atlanta 3 Vancouver 2
VAN: Luca Bellisomo (Wesley Charles) 31
ATL: Tony McManus 37
ATL: Macoumba Kandji 53
ATL: Jerson Monteiro (Macoumba Kandji) 65
VAN: Admir Salihovic (Vicente Arze) 79
Aug. 7
Minnesota 2 Charleston 1
MIN: Ricardo Sanchez (Alen Marcina) 7
CHA: Osvaldo Alonso 78
MIN: Alen Marcina (penalty) 82
Portland 0 Seattle 1
SEA: Sebastien Le Toux 20
Aug. 8
Carolina 0 Montreal 2
MON: Severino Jefferson (Leonardo DiLorenzo) 11
MON: Pato Aguilera (Simon Gatti) 90
Atlanta 0 Miami FC 0
Puerto Rico 4 Rochester 0
PR: Cristian Arrieta (Noah Delgado) 12
PR: Edwin Miranda 25
PR: Fabrice Noel (Josh Hansen) 61
PR: Edwin Miranda 72
Aug. 9

Portland 1 Charleston 1
POR: Bryan Jordan 12
CHA: Lazo Alavanja 69
Aug. 10

Rochester 1 Puerto Rico 1
ROC: Alfonso Loera (Johnny Menyongar) 45
PR: Taiwo Atieno (Jonathan Steele) 68
Minnesota 3 Seattle 1
SEA: Jason Cascio (Andre Schmid) 15
MIN: Melvin Tarley (Tighe Dombrowski) 26
MIN: Ricardo Sanchez (Brian Kallman) 56
MIN: Ricardo Sanchez 76
Vancouver 3 Atlanta 2
ATL: Ansu Toure (Scott Buete) 20
VAN: Jeff Clarke (Jason Jordan) 25
ATL: Ansu Toure (Scott Buete) 39
VAN: Eduardo Sebrango (Charles Gbeke) 72
VAN: Eduardo Sebrango 88

STANDINGS
1. Puerto Rico 37 (21 games)
1. Vancouver 37 (21 games)
3. Charleston 35 (22 points)
4. Seattle 32 (23 games)
5. Atlanta 31 (21 games)
6. Rochester 29 (22 games)
7. Minnesota 27 (22 games)
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8. Portland 25 (23 games)
9. Miami FC 24 (22 games)
10. Montreal 22 (19 games)
11. Carolina 21 (22 games)



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