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MLS Results
August 18th, 2008 7AM

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The San Jose Earthquakes, averaging less than a goal per game, exploded with a 4-0 win over New England, which entered the game as the league leader in points but gave up first place in the East with the loss, combined with Columbus's win over Dallas. For MLS game summaries, scoring leaders and this week's TV schedule. ...

MLS
STANDINGS

Eastern Conference

Columbus 34 points
New England 33
Chicago 32
D.C. United 28
New York 28
Toronto FC 25
Kansas City 25

Western Conference
Houston 29
Real Salt Lake 27
FC Dallas 25
Colorado 24
Los Angeles 24
Chivas USA 23
San Jose 21

LEADING SCORERS
Donovan (Los Angeles) 14 goals
Cooper (FC Dallas) 13
Buddle (Los Angeles) 12
Emilio (D.C. United) 11
Ching (Houston) 9
J. Moreno (D.C. United) 8
Angel (New York) 7
A. Moreno (Columbus) 7
Barrett (Toronto FC) 6
Ralston (New England) 6
Cristman (New England) 6

SCHEDULE
Wednesday, Aug. 20

New England-D.C. United, 7:30 pm ET.
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
Houston-Chivas USA, 9 pm ET.
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
Thursday, Aug. 21
Los Angeles-Chicago, 10 pm ET.
ESPN2, ESPN Deportes
Saturday, Aug. 23
D.C. United-Colorado, 7:30 pm ET.
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
Toronto FC-New England, 7:30 pm ET.
Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Sports en Espanol
Columbus-Real Salt Lake, 7:30 pm ET.
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
Kansas City-FC Dallas, 8 pm ET.
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
Chivas USA-San Jose, 10:30 pm ET.
HDNet
Sunday, Aug. 24
New York-Houston, 3 pm ET.
Telefutura

MLS SUMMARIES (Aug. 16-17)
Aug. 16 in Columbus
Columbus 2 FC Dallas 1.
Goals: Carroll (Schelotto, Moreno) 62, Evans (Schelotto) 65; Cunningham (Serioux) 35.
Columbus - Hesmer, Hejduk, Marshall, Padula (Zayner, 81), O'Rourke, Gaven, Carroll, Evans (Miglioranzi, 87), Noonan (Rogers, 58), Schelotto, Moreno.
FC Dallas - Sala, Moor, Pitchkolan, Wagner, Rocha (Guarda, 69), Serioux, Avila (Saragosa, 63), Ricchetti, Sikora (Oduro, 81), Cunningham, Cooper.
Yellow Cards: Columbus - Carroll 56; FC Dallas - Moor 29, Wagner 50.
Referee: Ricardo Salazar.
Att.: 17,647.

Aug. 16 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 0 D.C. United 1.
Goal: Fred (Moreno) 27.
Chicago - Busch, Prideaux, Conde, Soumare, Segares (Nyarko, 82), Pappa (McBride, 46), Blanco, Pause, Mapp, Rolfe, Herron (Frankowski, 66).
D.C. United - Crayton, Namoff, McTavish, Burch, Martinez, Fred (Thompson, 86), Quaranta, Simms, Guerrero, Moreno (Kirk, 83), Emilio.
Yellow Cards: Chicago - Conde 63; D.C. United - Simms 12, Namoff 22, McTavish 38, Quaranta 65, Martinez 71, Crayton 77, Burch 89.
Referee: Tim Weyland.
Att.: 19,560.

Aug. 16 in Houston
Houston 4 Real Salt Lake 3.
Goals: Mullan (Davis) 16, Ching (Mullan, Waibel) 29, Clark 35, Jaqua (Ching, Davis) 42; Movsisyan (Findley) 3, Morales 25, Deuchar (Findley, Morales) 80.
Houston - Onstad, Waibel, Boswell, Robinson, Barrett, Mullan, Clark, De Rosario (Holden, 82), Davis (Ashe, 69), Jaqua (Kamara, 53), Ching.
Real Salt Lake - Rimando, Wingert, Borchers, Russell, Horst, Williams (Mathis, 61), Cutler (Espindola, 46), Morales, Beckerman, Findley, Movsisyan (Deuchar, 76).
Yellow Cards: Houston - Ching 92+; Real Salt Lake - Borchers 30, Mathis 67.
Referee: Paul Ward.
Att.: 13,579.

Aug. 16 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 2 Kansas City 1.
Goals: Casey (Cooke, Ballouchy) 11, Casey 47; Harrington 44.
Colorado - Burpo, Erpen, Gibbs, Petke, Burciaga Jr., Cooke, Ballouchy (Dalby, 80), LaBrocca, Mastroeni, Peterson (H. Gomez, 58), Casey (McManus, 88).
Kansas City - Hartman, Jewsbury, Conrad, Hohlbein (Watson, 78), Marquess, Harrington (Espinoza, 70), Zavagnin, Arnaud, Victorine, Lopez, Wolff (Pore, 86).
Yellow Cards: Colorado - Casey 47+; Kansas City - Lopez 92+.
Referee: Jorge Gonzalez.
Att.: 10,609.

Aug. 16 in Santa Clara, Calif.
San Jose 4 New England 0.
Goals: O'Brien (Lima, Corrales) 11, Johnson (Sealy, O'Brien) 71, Sealy (Huckerby, Garcia) 76, O'Brien (Huckerby) 87.
San Jose - Cannon, Riley, Garcia, Hernandez, Denton, O'Brien, Corrales, Lima, Huckerby, Alvarez (Johnson, 63), Sealy.
New England - Reis (Warren, 55), Albright, Heaps, Tierney, Nyassi (Thompson, 70), Larentowicz, Phelan, Ralston, Castro (Twellman, 46), Cristman, Smith.
Yellow Cards: San Jose - Denton 35, Garcia 39, O'Brien 78; New England - Tierney 16, Smith 70.
Referee: Shane Moody.
Att.: 9,859.

Aug. 17 in East Rutherford, N. J.
New York 2 Toronto FC 0.
Goals: Magee (Stammler) 37, Angel (Richards, Rojas) 92+.
New York - Conway, Parke (Boyens, 25), Sassano (Richards, 62), Cichero, Goldthwaite, Pietravallo, Stammler, van den Bergh, Magee, Rojas, Angel.
Toronto FC - Sutton, Attakora-Gyan, James, Velez, Brennan, Ricketts, Harmse, Robinson, Barrett, Robert (Dichio, 46; Smith, 49), Ibrahim (Smith, 46).
Yellow cards: New York - Boyens 33, van den Bergh 46+; Toronto FC - Brennan 46+, Harmse 52.
Red Card: New York - Cichero 46.
Referee: Terry Vaughn.
Att.: 11,119.



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