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Maxwell Griffin hat trick powers Aztex
June 20th, 2010 1:28AM

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[D-2 PRO LEAGUE] The Austin Aztex got a hat trick from former UCLA star Maxwell Griffin and defeated Miami FC, 3-1, to improve their record to a league-best 8-2-3.

Griffin broke a 1-1 tie with a pair of goals in the last half hour.

They followed a confrontation between Aztex midfielder Sullivan Silva and Miami midfielder Sean Cameron, who were both red carded.

RESULTS:
June 16 in Bayamon, P.R.
Puerto Rico 1 Vancouver 1. Goals: Foley (Hansen) 32; Toure (Stewart) 10.
Vancouver -- Nolly, Tsiskaridze (Hirano 61), Akwari, Janicki, Knight, Toure, Steele (Sanchez 90+), Nash, Davies (Khalfan 58), Haber (Toure 79), Stewart (Bellisomo 71).
Puerto Rico --
Gaudette, Martinez, Velez, Horst, Jones (Villaroel 88), Nurse (Salem 71), Gbandi, Telesford, Foley, Addlery (Jagdeosingh 77), Hansen.

June 17 in Portland, Ore.

Portland 0 NSC Minnesota 1. Goal: Allen (Clements) 20.
Portland -- Cronin, Thompson, Keel (Purdy, 75), Danso, Joy, Nimo, Marcelin, Lopez (McManus, 45), Pore, Suzuki (Dike, 62), Keita (DeMartin, 62)
Minnesota -- Warren, Friedland, Arango, Wasson, Clements, Takada, Altman, Allen, Menyongar, Tarley, Cvilikas (Bracallel, 63).
Att.: 8,877.

June 19 in Austin, Texas
Austin 3 Miami FC 1. Goals: M.Griffin (Olum) 23, M.Griffin (Needham) 65; M.Griffin (Alvarez) 87; Araujo Jr. 25.
Austin -- Gallardo, Sakuda, Needham, Marshall, L.Griffin; Olum, Alvarez, J. Watson (Marosevic 77), Silva, Johnson, M.Griffin (Worthen 89).
Miami FC -- Patterson-Sewell, Rodrigues, Gbandi (Jerome 82), Santeliz (Germiani 69), Goldberg, Veris, Cameron, Perez (Arguez 62), Dominguez, Lancaster (Cabas 74), Araujo (Neto 66).

June 19

NSC Minnesota 0 Portland 2
Carolina 1 Crystal Palace Baltimore 1
Puerto Rico 1 Tampa Bay 0

STANDINGS:
NASL Conference
P TEAM (W-L-T)
20 Vancouver (5-2-5)
15 Montreal (4-3-3)
14 Carolina (3-2-5)
13 Miami FC (2-3-7)
12 CP Baltimore (3-6-3)
7 AC St. Louis (2-7-1)
USL Conference
P TEAM (W-L-T)
27 Austin (8-2-3)
18 Tampa Bay (5-4-3)
18 Rochester (5-3-3)
17 NSC Minnesota (5-8-2)
16 Portland (4-5-4)
13 Puerto Rico (4-5-1)



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