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Sellouts in Portland and St. Louis
April 18th, 2010 3:43AM

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[D-2 PRO LEAGUE] The MLS-bound Portland Timbers opened their final season at the D2 level with a 1-0 win over the Rochester Rhinos in front of a sell-out crowd of 15,418 on Saturday at PGE Park to open the 2010 regular season.

AC St. Louis also drew a sellout crowd for its home debut, but the crowd of 5,695 at the A-B Center in Fenton went home disappointed as Austin prevailed, 2-1.

WEEK 2 RESULTS:
April 17 in Portland, Ore.

Portland 1 Rochester 0. Goal: Pore (pen. 85).
Portland --
Cronin, Kirk, Keel, Danso, Joy, Marcelin, Claesson (Nimo, 69), Pore, Lopez ( Farber, 65), Obatola (Josten, 56), DeMartin.
Rochester -- Vallow, Bellamy (Nunez, 88), Greenfield, Sanfilippo, Roberts, Rosenlund, Franks (Costanzo, 83), Motagalvan, Heins (West, 76), Hamilton (Spicer, 72), Hoxie.
Att.: 15,418.

April 17 in Fenton, Mo.
AC St. Louis 1 Austin 2. Goals: O'Garro 43; Johnson (J.Watson) 37, L.Griffin 56.
AC St Louis -- Dufty, O’Garro (Kafedzic, 81), Nzinga, Veltern, Bauer; Traynor, Kante, Bloom, Kreamalmeyer (Titton, 70), Cosgriff, Stisser.
Austin -- Gallardo, Bernard (Marshall, 24), L.Watson (M.Griffin, 87), Needham, Sakuda, Olum, L.Griffin, Alvarez, Silva (Callahan, 76), Johnson, J.Watson.
Att.: 5,695.

April 17 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Miami FC 0 Vancouver 0.
Miami --  Patterson-Sewell, Lancaster, Kirby, Rodrigues, Gbandi, Cameron (Le Petit 70), Goldberg, Gomez (Jair, 61), Paulo Jr (Shriver 85), Thompson, Santeliz.
Vancouver -- Nolly, Williams, Bellisomo (Sanchez 84), Akwari, Tsiskaridize, Janicki, Knight (Kalfan, 70), Nash, Moose (Toure, 61), James (Orgill, 84), Haber (Edwini-Bonsu, 71).
Att.: n/a.

April 16 in Baltimore
Crystal Palace Baltimore 0 Tampa Bay 1. Goal: King 66.
Crystal Palace Baltimore -- Bush, Nishimura, Marshall, Jonke, Basso, Versailles (Lucio, 46), Seabrook (Yoshitake, 46),  Mbuta, Robson, Patterson (Brooks, 65), Neto.
Tampa Bay -- Sattler, Valentino, Valentin, Ustruck, Diaz (Tatters, 76), Yamada, Tan (Adjeman-Pamboe, 54), Millien (Nyazamba, 86), Christie, Burt, Wheeler (King, 63).
Att.: 1,029.

April 16 in Cary, N.C.
Carolina 0 NSC Minnesota 1. Goal: Wasson 37.
Carolina -- Reed, Gilkerson, Schulte, Bobo, Shields, Lowery, Gardner, Kabwe (Richardson, 46), Paladini (Budnyy, 76), Elenio (Watson, 71), Barbara.
Minnesota -- Warren, Arango, Friedland, Wasson, Kallman, Altman, Gotsmanov (Bracalello, 63), Del Do (Clements, 30), Gao (Tarley, 90), Menyongar, Ukah.
Att.: 1,694.

STANDINGS:
NASL:
4 Vancouver 1-0-1
3 Carolina 1-1-0
2 Miami FC 0-0-2
0 CP Baltimore 0-1-0
0 Montreal 0-1-0
0 AC St. Louis 0-2-0
USL:
6 Austin 2-0-0
3 Portland 1-0-0
3 Tampa Bay 1-0-0
3 NSC Minnesota 1-1-0
1 Rochester 0-1-1
0 Puerto Rico 0-0-0

WEEK 3 SCHEDULE:
April 21
Puerto Rico vs. NSC Minnesota
April 22
Portland vs. AC St. Louis
April 24
Vancouver vs. AC St. Louis
NSC Minnesota vs. Tampa Bay
CP Baltimore vs. Puerto Rico
April 25
Montreal vs. Portland
Austin vs. Rochester



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