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Miami FC keeps slim playoff hopes alive
by Paul Kennedy, September 7th, 2009 7AM
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[USL-1] Miami FC kept its very slim playoff hopes alive when it snapped its six-game losing streak Saturday night, by beating the Austin Aztex, 3-1.

Former N.C. star Aaron King scored in his first start with the Blues, who have been bringing players in and out of the team in the last month.

Minnesota is also barely alive while first-year teams Austin and Cleveland are out of playoff contention.

Portland, Carolina, Puerto Rico and Charleston have clinched playoff berths, while Montreal, Rochester and Vancouver are expected to round out the seven-team postseason field.

Sept. 2
Montreal 1 Carolina 0

MON: Leonardo Di Lorenzo 11
Att.: 11,173

Vancouver 3 Austin 2
VAN: Kenold Versailles (Wes Knight) 11
VAN: Charles Gbeke (Marcus Haber) 23
AUS: Jean Alexandre (Kevin Sakuda) 34
VAN: Charles Gbeke (Takashi Hirano) 65
AUS: Jean Alexandre 76
Att.:  5,081

Sept. 3
Portland 1 Rochester 1
ROC: Errol McFarlane (Steve Kindel) 52
POR: Ryan Pore 81
ROC: Errol McFarlane 90
Att.: 11,683

Sept. 4
Minnesota 1 Vancouver 1
VAN: Marcus Haber (Wes Knight) 38
MIN: Melvin Tarley (Ricardo Sanchez) 87
Att.: 3,429

Sept.  5
Cleveland 1 Montreal 2
MON: Roberto Brown (Peter Byers) 23
CLE: Alioune Gueye (Ryan Stewart) 37
MON: Roberto Brown (Leonardo Di Lorenzo) 69
Att.: 1,724

Miami FC 3 Austin 1
AUS: Jamie Watson (Kyle Brown) 10
MIA: Leo Inacio Nunes 43
MIA: Alen Marcina 45
MIA: Aaron King (Nelson Pizzaro) 53

Sept. 6
Charleston 1 Minnesota 3
CHA: Randi Patterson (Frankie Sanfilippo) 19
MIN: Lawrence Olum (Kevin Friedland) 45
MIN: Lawrence Olum (Marco Terminesi) 48
MIN: Marco Terminesi 90
Att.: 2,707

Puerto Rico 2 Rochester 0
PR: Dan Gargan (James Marcelin) 60
PR: Sandy Gbandi (Sean Fraser) 88
Att.: 1,447

Portland 14 2 10 41 15 52
Carolina 14 6 7 39 16 49
Puerto Rico 13 5 8 36 23 47
Charleston 12 5 10 28 18 46
Montreal 11 10 6 30 28 39
Rochester 10 9 8 32 31 38
Vancouver 9 9 9 38 33 36
Miami FC 8 14 4 23 45 28
Minnesota 6 12 9 31 38 27
Austin 4 15 8 25 47 18
Cleveland 3 17 7 19 48 16


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