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Unknowns strike at Combine [VIDEO]
by Paul Kennedy, January 9th, 2010 9:08PM

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[MLS] Never heard of Othaniel Yanez or Andrew Hoxie?

Yanez, the Louisville defensive midfielder, stole the show on Day 1 of the 2010 adidas MLS Player Combine with a goal from 30 yards in Team Condivo's 4-1 win over Team F50i Saturday at Central Broward Regional Park's cricket field.

Hoxie also scored in the first game and impressed up front. By contrast, the second game between Team Predator and Team Jabulani had little to offer and ended in a 0-0 tie.

Generation adidas signee Danny Mwanga from Oregon State is not at the Combine, leading to speculation he has signed as the No. 1 pick with the Philadelphia Independence.

Sunday's play was moved back to Monday because of bad weather.

Game 1 Highlights:
MLS Combine 2010: Game One Goals from mlsinsider on Vimeo.

Hoxie, Steven Kinney (Elon) and Eric Alexander (Indiana)  scored for Condivo before Yanez made it 4-0.

Maryland's Drew Yates scored a penalty kick for F50i to make the final score 4-1.


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