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Islanders overtake Rochester again
September 28th, 2009 6:45AM

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[USL-1] For the second year in a row, the Puerto Rico Islanders overcame a first-leg deficit and knocked the Rochester Rhinos out of the USL First Division playoffs. The two Canadian quarterfinalists, Montreal and Vancouver, held on to their first-leg advantages and joined Puerto Rico and regular-season champion Portland in the semifinals.

PUERTO RICO-ROCHESTER (4-1).
Goals:
PR: Fabrice Noel (Jonathan Steele) 12
PR: Nicholas Addlery (Jonathan Steele) 40
PR: Fabrice Noel (Jonathan Steele) 80
ROC: Amaury Nunes (Ryan Heins) 82
PR: Nicholas Addlery (Jonathan Steele) 90
Red Card:
ROC: Brent Sancho 29
Att.: 4,232
Aggregate: Puerto Rico 5-3.

CAROLINA-VANCOUVER (0-0).
Att.: 2,471
Aggregate: Vancouver wins 1-0.

CHARLESTON-MONTREAL (2-1).
Goals:
CHA: Ian Fuller (Stephen Armstrong) 16
MON: Nevio Pizzolitto 23
MON: Tony Donatelli (Roberto Brown) 74
Aggregate: Montreal wins 4-1.

 



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