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Islanders regain top spot
by Paul Kennedy, June 29th, 2009 7AM
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[USL-1]The Puerto Rico Islanders split on their trip through the Carolinas, winning 2-1 at Carolina two days after they fell at Charleston, 1-0.

Their win over the RailHawks was good enough to move them back into first place, one point ahead of the Battery.

The Portland Timbers are only two points behind Puerto Rico after their 4-0 victory over Montreal on Sunday.

June 23
Cleveland 2 Vancouver 2
Goals:
VAN: Marcus Haber (Martin Nash) 18
CLE: Leo Gibson (Ibrahim Kante) 28
CLE: Pato Aguilera (penalty) 45
VAN: Martin Nash 90
Att.:1,066

Montreal 1 Miami FC 0
Goals:
MON: Nevio Pizzolitto (Sandro Grande) 80
Att.: 12,676

June 25
Charleston 1 Puerto Rico 0
Goals:
CHA: Randi Patterson 30
Att.: 4,681

June 27
Cleveland 2 Austin 2
Goals:
CLE: Joshua Boateng (Israel Sesay) 11
AUS: Josh Alcala (Eddie Johnson) 30
AUS: Jeff Harwell (Kyle Brown) 38
CLE: Ricardo Pierre-Louis (Israel Sesay) 90
Att.: 1,517

Carolina 1 Puerto Rico 2
Goals:
CAR: Amir Lowery 40
PR: Jonathan Steele 42
PR: Petter Villegas 63
Red Card:
PR: John Krause 85
Att.: 2,783

Minnesota 1 Rochester 2
Goals:
ROC: Andrew Gregor (Chris Nurse) 32
ROC: Mike Ambersley (Kwame Sarkodie) 82
MIN: Brian Cvilikas (Marco Terminesi) 89
Att.: 3,421

June 28
Portland 4 Montreal 0
Goals:
POR: Mandjou Keita (David Hayes) 9
POR: Mandjou Keita (George Josten) 47
POR: Brian Farber (George Josten) 56
POR: Own goal 64
Att.:7,783

Standings:
TEAM W  L T GF GA P
Puerto Rico 8 4 4 23 18  28
Charleston 7 2 6 14 6  27
Portland  7 1 5 20 6  26
Carolina 7 4 3 14 10 24
Rochester 6 5 2 14 13  20
Montreal 5 5 2 14 14 17
Miami FC 5 6 1 13 13 16
Vancouver 4 5 3 15 17  15
Austin 2 6 6 14 23  12
Cleveland 2 9 4 13 26 10
Minnesota 1 7 4 10 18 7

 



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