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Carolina turns tables on Impact
May 31st, 2010 1:20AM
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[D-2 PRO LEAGUE] The Carolina RailHawks earned their first victory in three seasons playing at Saputo Stadium when they beat the Montreal Impact, 2-0, on goals by Etienne Barbara and Andriy Budnyy.

"It was a game we played well." said RailHawks coach Martin Rennie. "We pressed the ball well, we defended well, and we got the chances we took, so we're very happy with the result."

Rennie dedicated the win to RailHawks President Brian Wellman, who was married on Sunday.
 
RESULTS:
May 30 in Montreal
Montreal 0 Carolina 2.
Goals: Barbara (Hayes) 20, Budnyy 90.
Montreal --Jordan, Billy, Braz (deRoux 69), Joqueviel, Pizzolitto (Gatti 82), Di Lorenzo, Donatelli (Agourram 69), Soares (Leduc 85), Testo, Placentino, Sebrango (Brown 57)
Carolina --Reed, Bobo, Hayes, Schulte, Shields, Marques Davidson (Rusin 88), Franks, Gardner, Lowery, Watson (Elenio 65), Barbara (Budnyy 79).
Att.: 13,034.

May 29 in Baltimore
Crystal PalaceBaltimore 0 Austin 2.Goals: J.Watson pen. 65, M.Griffin 72.
Crystal Palace Baltimore --Bush, Robson (Basso 66), Teixeira, Marshall, Veeder, Healey, Neto (Lucio 58), Lader (Nishimura 90), Mbuta, Brooks (Patterson 45), Perez (Fusilier 76).
Austin --
Gallardo, L.Griffin, Sakuda, L.Watson, Callahan (Allen 84), Needham, J.Watson (Worthen 79), Marshall, Johnson (Campbell 89), Alvarez, M. Griffin.
Att.: 1,231.

May 29 in Rochester, N.Y.
Rochester 2 Vancouver 1. Goals: Pitchkolan (Franks) 74, Hamilton (Bennett) 84; Sanchez 90.
Rochester --Kitson, Greenfield, Roberts, Bellamy, Sanfilippo, Heins (Kissi 69), Rosenlund (Motagalvan 80), Pitchkolan, Franks, Spicer (Bennett 69), Hamilton (Gore 90)
Vancouver --Nolly, Tsiskaridze, Akwari, Bellisomo, Knight, Toure (Hirano 57), Nash, Steele (Sanchez 79), Davies (Khalfan 73), James (Haber 45), Toure (Stewart 45).
Att.: 7,744.

May 29 in Tampa
Tampa Bay 2 Puerto Rico 1. Goals: Wheeler 43, King (Yamada) 83; Velez (Hansen) 56.
FC Tampa Bay --Sattler, Valentino, Tatters, Valentin, Adjeman-Pamboe (Kljestan, 68), Millien (Yates, 90), Wheeler (Donoho, 86), Buete (King, 65), Tan (Gyorio, 90), Nyazamba, Yamada.
Puerto Rico --Gaudette, Jones, Martinez, Velez, Foley (Rivera, 72), Nurse (Gbandi, 46), Jagdeosingh (Bangura 72), Addlery, Salem, Hansen, Emory.
Red Card:Puerto Rico -- Salem 37.
Att.: 5,023.

May 29 in Blaine, Minn.

NSC Minnesota 3 AC St. Louis 2.Goals: Wasson (Cvilikas) 41, Altman (Cvilikas) 72, Hlavaty (Friedland) 87; Kreamalmeyer (De Lima) 25, De Lima 69.
NSC Minnesota --Warren, Wasson, Arango Lorenz, 46), Clements, Friedland (Callman, 89), Altman,  Gumede (Bracalello, 65), Menyongar (Hlavaty, 81), Takada (Wright, 89), Tarley, Cvilikas.
AC St. Louis --Dufty, Barna, Bloom, Nzinga (Titton, 70), O’Garro, Ambersley, Cosgriff, Moore, Ralston, Kreamalmeyer (Troy, 72), De Lima.
Att.:1,562

May 27 in Tampa
Tampa Bay 3 Minnesota 1.
Goals: Kljestan (Tan) 6, Wheeler pen. 20, Tan (Kljestan) 26; Wasson (Hlavaty) 38.
Tampa Bay --
Sattler, Donoho, Valentino, Valentin, Diaz  (Buete, 68), Kljestan, Adjeman-Pamboe (Gyorio, 74), Millien (Nyazamba, 62), Tan (Yates, 62), Yamada, Wheeler (King, 46).
NSC Minnesota --Van Oekel, Allen (Bracalello, 68), Kallman, Clements (Wright, 85), Arango, Hlavaty, Wasson, Altman (Friedland, 85), Moura, Gao (Gumede, 77), Ukah.
Att.:3,886.

May 26 in Bayamon, P.R.
Puerto Rico 1 Carolina 2.Goals: Foley (Horst) 73; Bundu (Gardner) 5, Paladini 90.
Carolina --Reed, Elenio, Hayes, Schulte, Bobo, Lowery, Franks (Paladini, 81), Marques Davidson (Rusin 79), Watson (Richardson, 80), Bundu (Barbara 90), Josh Gardner.
Puerto Rico --Gaudette, Martinez, Velez  (Logan 79), Horst, Jones, Nurse, Salem (Bangura 69), Gbandi, Hansen (Allison 90; Rivera 90), Addlery, Jagdeosingh (Foley 69).
Red Card: Puerto Rico -- Horst 90.
Att.:5,077.

STANDINGS:
NASL:
GP TEAM W-L-T
12 Vancouver 3-2-3
11 Carolina 3-2-2
11Montreal 3-2-2
10 CP Baltimore 3-5-1
8 Miami FC 1-1-5
4 AC St. Louis 1-7-1
USL:
GP TEAM W-L-T
20 Austin 6-1-2
18 Tampa Bay 5-1-3
14 Rochester 4-3-2
11 Portland 3-3-2
10 NSC Minnesota 3-7-1
6 Puerto Rico 2-3-0

SCHEDULE:
June 2
Miami at Puerto Rico
June 4
NSC Minnesota at Rochester
June 5
Puerto Rico at Austin
June 6
Miami at Montreal
Tampa Bay at Vancouver
Carolina at Portland

GOAL SCORERS:
7 Pore, Portland
6 Johnson, Austin
5 +1 J.Watson, Austin
4 +1+1Wheeler, Tampa Bay
4 +1 Barbara, Carolina
4 Araujo, Miami FC



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