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Three-way tie at the top
July 27th, 2009 11:02AM

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[USL-1] There is a three-way at the top of the standings in the USL First Division. Charleston beat Carolina, 2-1, to join Portland and Puerto Rico in first place. The Timbers have two games in hand on Charleston and four on Puerto Rico.

Results:
July 22
Montreal 4 Cleveland 1
Goals:
MON: Eduardo Sebrango (Pierre-Rudolph Mayard) 9
CLE: Pato Aguilera (Ryan Stewart) 13
MON: Ciaran O'Brien (Leonardo Di Lorenzo) 25
MON: Joey Gjertsen (Stephen deRoux) 59
MON: Eduardo Sebrango (Ciaran O'Brien) 63
Att.:  12,213

July 23
Portland 0 Puerto Rico 0
Att.:  14,103

July 24
Charleston 2 Carolina 1
Goals:
CHA: Matt Bobo (Tsuyoshi Yoshitake) 31
CHA: Tom Heinemann (Scott Buete) 40
CAR: Luke Kreamalmeyer (Kupono Low) 87
Att.: 4,054

Minnesota 1 Miami FC 2
Goals:
MIA: Paulo Araujo (Orlando Bueso) 12
MIA: Paulo Araujo (Edwin Miranda) 62
MIN: Marco Terminesi (Lawrence Olum) 74
Att.: 3,712

Rochester 4 Cleveland 1
Goals:
ROC: Warren Ukah (John Ball) 25
ROC: Johnny Menyongar (Tiger Fitzpatrick) 41
ROC: Johnny Menyongar (Tiger Fitzpatrick) 46
ROC: Taiwo Atieno (Kwame Sarkodie) 77
CLE: Ibrahim Kante (penalty) 90
Att.: 4,853

Montreal 2 Austin 2
Goals:
AUS: Gifton Noel-Williams (AJ Godbolt) 66
AUS: AJ Godbolt (Gifton Noel-Williams) 69
MON: Rudolph Mayard (Eduardo Sebrango) 77
MON: Roberto Brown (Tony Donatelli) 89
Att.: 2,786

Vancouver 4 Puerto Rico 2
Goals:
VAN: Marcus Haber 4
VAN: Own goal 51
VAN: Marlon James (Gordon Chin) 64
PR: Josh Hansen (penalty) 76
VAN: Marlon James (Tyrell Burgess) 82
PR: Josh Hansen (Fabrice Noel) 90
Att.: 5,725

July 26
Carolina 4 Miami FC 0
Goals:
CAR: Gregory Richardson (Joseph Kabwe) 39
CAR: Luke Kreamalmeyer 43
CAR: Gregory Richardson (Daniel Paladini) 64
CAR: Gregory Richardson (penalty) 68
Att.: 1,651

Results:
TEAM W L T GF GA P
Portland 9 1 8 27 9 35
Charleston 9 3 8 18 9 35
Puerto Rico 9 5 8 26 22 35
Carolina 10 5 3 22 13 33
Rochester 8 5 5 23 16 29
Miami FC 7 8 3 18 23 24
Montreal 6 8 4 20 22 22
Vancouver 6 7 3 25 23 21
Austin  3 9 7 19 32 16
Minnesota 3 9 5 16 25 14
Cleveland 2 12 6 15 35 12



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