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Punchless Islanders remain in first place
by Paul Kennedy, July 13th, 2009 7AM

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[USL-1] Despite playing to a pair of 0-0 ties at Rochester and Cleveland, the Puerto Rico Islanders remained in first place in the USL First Division.

The Islanders had a man advantage for the last 40 minutes against the Rhinos after Trinidadian Brent Sancho was ejected, but they couldn't score.

On Sunday night, Puerto Rico outshot Cleveland, 13-8, but couldn't beat goalie Hunter Gilstrap.

Portland (three games in hand) and Charleston (one game in hand) trail Puerto Rico by two points.

July 9
Vancouver 4 Minnesota 0
Goals:
VAN: Lyle Martin (Martin Nash) 7
VAN: Martin Nash (penalty) 71
VAN: Charles Gbeke (Marcus Haber) 79
VAN: Marcus Haber (Dever Orgill) 81
Att.: 5,568

July 10
Rochester 0 Puerto Rico 0
Red Card:
ROC: Brent Sancho 50
Att.: 7,369

July 11
Charleston 1 Carolina 0
Goal:
CAR: Sallieu Bundu (Kupono Low) 26
Red Card:
CHA: Randi Patterson 24
Att.:  3,826

Minnesota 3 Montreal 0
Goals:
MIN: Ricardo Sanchez 8
MIN: Brian Cvilikas (Lawrence Olum) 34
MIN: Melvin Tarley (Ricardo Sanchez) 72
Red Card:
MON: Nevio Pizzolitto 50
Att.: 3,151

Austin 1 Portland 2
Goals:
POR: Mandjou Keita (Brian Farber) 14
AUS: Gifton Noel-Williams (Kyle Brown) 90
POR: Johan Claesson 90
Att.:  3,114

July 12
Cleveland 0 Puerto Rico 0
Att.:
1,959.

Miami FC 2 Vancouver 1
MIA: Alen Marcina (Leo Inacio Nunes) 5
MIA: Leo Inacio Nunes (penalty) 23
VAN: Dever Orgill (Lyle Martin) 89
Att.: 405.

Results:
TEAM W L T GF GA P
Puerto Rico 8 4 8 23 18 6 32
Portland 8 1 6 23 8 30
Charleston 8 3 6 15 7 30
Carolina 8 4 3 15 10 27
Rochester 7 5 3 18 14 24
Miami FC 6 6 2 15 14 20
Vancouver 5 6 3 20 19 18
Montreal 5 7 2 14 18 17
Austin 3 8 6 17 29 15
Cleveland 2 10 6 13 27 12
Minnesota 2 8 5 14 23 11

Leading Scorers:
Keita, Portland 7
Arrieta, Puerto Rico 6
Menyongar, Rochester 5
James, Vancouver 4
Cvilikas, Minnesota 4
Boateng, Cleveland 4
Addlery, Puerto Rico 4
Gbeke, Vancouver 4
Nunes, Miami FC 4
Sanchez, Minnesota 4

 

 



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