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Crystal Palace Baltimore stuns Timbers
May 14th, 2010 5:35AM
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[D-2 PRO LEAGUE] In the biggest upset of the D-2 Pro League's first season, a first-half goal by forward Yaikel Perez helped previously winless Crystal Palace Baltimore to a 1-0 victory over the unbeaten Portland Timbers on Thursday in front of 8,817 at PGE Park.

Goalkeeper Evan Bush made four saves -- all in the second half -- to lead Baltimore to its first win in five games.

May 13 in Portland, Ore.
Portland 0 Crystal Palace Baltimore 1. Goal: Perez (Healey) 29.
Portland -- Cronin, Kirk (Thompson, 59), Keel (DeMartin, 83), Purdy, Joy, Farber (Nimo, 24), Marcelin (McManus, 33), Claesson (Suzuki, 45), Pore, Josten, Keita.
CP Baltimore -- Bush, Nishimura, Marshall, Teixeira, Robson, Yoshitake (Seabrook, 62), Lucio, Healey, Mbuta, Brooks (Patterson, 55), Perez (Neto, 78)

May 14
Carolina vs. Tampa Bay
May 15
NSC Minnesota vs.  Miami FC
Portland Timbers vs. AC St. Louis
Vancouver vs. Montreal Impact
May 16
Austin vs. Crystal Palace Baltimore

8 Vancouver 2-1-2
7 Montreal 2-1-1
5 Carolina 1-1-2
4 Miami FC 0-0-4
4 CP Baltimore 1-3-1
3 AC St. Louis 1-5-0
11 Rochester 3-1-2
10 Portland 3-1-1
10 Austin 3-1-1
6 Puerto Rico 2-1-0
6 NSC Minnesota 2-5-0
5 Tampa Bay 1-1-2

6 Pore, Portland
3 +1 J.Watson, Austin
3 Barbara, Carolina

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