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Aztex's unbeaten streak ends
June 14th, 2010 1:40AM
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[D-2 PRO LEAGUE] The Austin Aztex had their eight-game unbeaten streak snapped on Saturday night when they fell at home to the Vancouver Whitecaps, 2-1.

Midfielder Nizar Khalfan broke a 1-1 tie in the 81st minute.

Struggling AC St. Louis earned their first road win and only second win in 10 games on Saturday night when it beat Puerto Rico, 1-0.

RESULTS:
June 12 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Miami FC 1 Portland 0. Goal: Veris (Neto) 27.
Miami FC -- Patterson-Sewell, Kirby, Veris, Randolph, Neto, Cameron, Rodriguez, Shriver, Gomez, Thompson, Santeliz.
Portland -- Cronin, Thompson, Keel, Smith, Joy, Nimo, Marcelin, McManus, Pore, Dike, Keita.
Att.: 1,004.

June 12 in Tampa
Tampa Bay 1 Montreal 2. Goal: King (Nyazamba) 70; Byers (Brown) 49, Brown (Donatelli) 66.
FC Tampa Bay -- Sattler, Valentino, Valentin, Kljestan (Yates 78), Millien, Donoho (King 65), Wheeler, Buete, Tan, Nyazamba, Yamada.
Montreal -- Djekanovic, Asboubou, Pizzolitto, Testo,  Soares (Braz 73), Brown (Sebrango 82), DiLorenzo, Donatelli, Billy (Gatti 75), deRoux, Byers (Placentino 88).
Att.: 4,787.

June 12 in Tampa
Rochester 2 CP Baltimore 1.

June 12 in Austin, Texas
Austin 1 Vancouver 2. Goals: Haber 68, Khalfan (Haber) 81; Olum 45.
Austin -- Gallardo; Sakuda, Needham, Marshall, L. Griffin; Olum, Alvarez, J. Watson, Callahan (Worthen 74); Johnson, M. Griffin.
Vancouver --
Nolly; Tsiskaridze (Nash 53), Akwari, Janicki, Knight; Moose, Sanchez, Bellisomo (Steele 53), Davies (Khalfan 67); Haber, Stewart.
Att.:
2,841.

June 12 in Bayamon, P.R.
Puerto Rico 0 AC St. Louis 1. Goal: Stisser 36.
Att.: 2,098.

June 9 in Blaine, Minn.
NSC Minnesota 1 Montreal 0. Goal: Tarley (Bracalello 87).
NSC Minnesota -- Warren, Friedland (Lorenz 81), Altman, Arango, Clements, Wasson (Geison Moura 77), Takada (Hlavaty 65), Menyongar, Allen, Tarley, Cvilikas (Bracalello 77).
Montreal -- Djekanovic, deRoux, Pizzolitto, Aaboubou, Testo, Donatelli (Gatti 72), Di Lorenzo, Billy, Sebrango (Byers 67), Placentino (Brown 89), Agourram (Soares 68).
 
June 9 in Austin, Texas
Austin 0 Portland 0.
Austin -- Gallardo, Sakuda (Allen 86), Marshall, Needham, L.Griffin, Olum, Alvarez, Worthen (Callahan 59), J.Watson, Johnson (Silva 72), M.Griffin.
Portland -- Cronin, Keita (Josten 59), McManus, Keel, Marcelin (Danso 70), Joy, Nimo (Lopez 68), Thompson, Smith, Pore (Suzuki 74), Dike

June 9 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Miami FC 3 Crystal Palace Baltimore 3. Shriver 20, Germiniani 83, Gomez (Shriver) 89; Patterson 2, 47, Lucio 79.
Miami FC -- Patterson-Sewell, Neto, Lancaster (Kirby 71), Gbandi (Cabas 89), Dias, Shriver, Gomez, Goldberg (Dominguez 85), Cameron, Thompson (Santeliz 73), Araujo Jr. (Germiniani 59)
Crystal Palace Baltimore -- Bush, Robson, Teixeira, Marshall, Veeder (Nishimura 89), Lader, Neto (Brooks 89), Lucio, Yoshitake (Fusilier 45, Healey 76), Mbuta, Patterson

June 9 in Burnaby, B.C.
Vancouver 1 Carolina 1. Toure (Tsiskaridze) 31; Barbara pen. 45.
Vancouver -- Nolly,Tsiskaridze, Akwari, Janicki, Knight, Toure (Toure 68, Moose 74), Nash, Steele (Sanchez 69), Davies (Hirano 82), Haber, Stewart (Edwini-Bonsu 78)
Carolina -- Reed, Gilkerson, Bobo, Schulte, Shields, Gardner, Rusin (Marques Davidson 73),  Paladini (Franks 79), Lowery, Watson (Elenio 61), Barbara (Budnyy 77)

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

SCHEDULE:
June 16
Puerto Rico vs. Vancouver
June 17
Portland vs. NSC Minnesota
June 19
NSC Minnesota vs. Portland
Carolina vs.  CP Baltimore
Austin vs. Miami FC
Puerto Rico vs. Tampa Bay
June 20
Montreal vs. Rochester
June 26
Rochester vs. Puerto Rico
CP Baltimore vs. NSC Minnesota
Carolina vs. Montreal
AC St. Louis  vs. Vancouver
Miami FC vs. Austin
June 27
Portland vs. Tampa Bay
June 30
Montreal vs. Vancouver



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