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USL-1 Playoff Results
September 29th, 2008 7AM

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Form prevailed as higher seeds Montreal, Vancouver and Rochester all won their USL First Division quarterfinal series by one goal. In the semifinals, regular-season champion Puerto Rico faces Rochester, while Montreal meets Vancouver in an all-Canadian series. For all the playoff results and goal scorers ...

QUARTERFINALS, FIRST LEG
Sept. 26

Rochester 2 Charleston 0
ROC: Steve Guppy (Johnny Menyongar) 86
ROC: Matthew Delicate 90
Seattle 2 Montreal 1
SEA: Hugo Alcaraz-Cuellar 15
MON: Stefano Pesoli 21
SEA: Leighton O'Brien (pen.) 42
Vancouver 2 Minnesota 0
VAN: Own goal (Jon Greenfield) 27
VAN: Justin Moose (Jason Jordan) 89

QUARTERFINALS, SECOND LEG
Sept. 28
Montreal 3 Seattle 1
MON: David Testo (Peter Byers) 56
SEA: Roger Levesque (Sanna Nyassi) 59
MON: Rocco Placentino (Mauro Biello) 75
MON: Antonio Ribeiro (Joey Gjertsen) 90
(Montreal wins 4-3 on aggregate.)
Minnesota 4 Vancouver 3
VAN: Alfredo Valente (Charles Gbeke) 3
MIN: Luchi Gonzalez (Stephen deRoux) 23
VAN: Martin Nash (Lyle Martin) 44
VAN: Eduardo Sebrango (Martin Nash) 55
MIN: Melvin Tarley 64
MIN: Stephen deRoux 78
MIN: Frederico Moojen (pen.) 90
(Vancouver wins 5-4 on aggregate.)
Charleston 1 Rochester 0
CHA: Osvaldo Alonso (John Wilson) 12
(Rochester wins 2-1 on aggregate.)

 

 



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