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Four teams clinch berths in playoffs
August 31st, 2009 7AM

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[USL-1] Carolina, Charleston and Puerto Rico joined leader Portland in clinching berths in the USL First Division. Rochester, Montreal and defending champion Vancouver are in line to clinch the remaining three playoff spots.

Results:
Aug. 26
Carolina RailHawks 9 Miami FC 0
Goals:
CAR: Daniel Paladini 30
CAR: John Cunliffe (Devon McKenney) 36
CAR: Andriy Budnyy (Joseph Kabwe) 40
CAR: Gregory Richardson 43
CAR: Joseph Kabwe (Gregory Richardson) 44
CAR: Joseph Kabwe (Gregory Richardson) 76
CAR: Joseph Kabwe (Sallieu Bundu) 80
CAR: Sallieu Bundu (Matt Watson) 85
CAR: Sallieu Bundu 87
Red Card:
MIA: Edwin Miranda 30
Att.:  1,597

Aug. 27
Minnesota 3 Cleveland 0

Goals:
MIN: Lawrence Olum (Marco Terminesi) 7
MIN: Marco Terminesi (Jeremiah Bass) 89
MIN: Marco Terminesi 90
Att.: 2,341

Aug. 28
Charleston 0 Portland 0

Att.:  2,810

Aug. 29
Puerto Rico 3 Minnesota 1
Goals:
MIN: Melvin Tarley 6
PR: Nicholas Addlery 39
PR: Sean Fraser (Domenic Mediate) 64
PR: Cristian Arrieta (penalty) 85
Att.: 3,502

Austin 1 Miami FC 0
Goal:
AUS: Eddie Johnson (Kyle Brown) 14
Att.:  2,611

Vancouver 1 Rochester 1
Goals:
VAN: Charles Gbeke (Wes Knight) 66
ROC: Ze Roberto (Steve Kindel) 80
Att.: 5,288

Aug. 30
Montreal 1 Carolina 1
Goals:
MON: Tony Donatelli (Adam Braz) 33
CAR: John Cunliffe 63
Att.:  12,680

Standings:
TEAM W L T GF GA P
Portland 14 1 10 40 13 52
Carolina 14 5 7 39 15 49
Charleston 12 4 10 27 15 46
Puerto Rico 12 5 8 34 23 44
Rochester 9 8 8 30 28 35
Montreal 9 10 6 27 27 33
Vancouver 8 9 8 34 30 32
Miami FC 7 14 4 20 44 25
Minnesota 5 12 8 27 36 23
Austin 4 13 8 22 41 18
Cleveland 3 16 7 18 46  13

 



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