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Rhinos are on a roll
July 5th, 2010 5:06AM
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[D-2 PRO LEAGUE] The Rochester Rhinos extended their unbeaten streak to six games with a 2-1 win over the Montreal Impact on Saturday.

The Rhinos got goals fromTroy Roberts and Rich Costanzo and several big saves from goalie Neal Kitson to hold off the Impact.

Rochester moved to within six points of first-place Austin in the USL Conference.

RESULTS:
July 4 in Blaine, Minn.
NSC Minnesota 0 Crystal Palace Baltimore 1.
Goal: Yoshitake (Lader) 86.
NSC Minnesota --
Warren, Clements (Kallman 32), Altman, Arango, Lorenz, Wasson, Takada (Bracalello 87), Moura (Hlavaty 79), Tarley (Cvilikas 73), Ukah
Crystal Palace Baltimore --Bush, Veeder, Basso, Teixeira, Marshall, Mbuta, Fusilier (Gonzaga 57), Neto (Healy 82), Lader, Patterson, Perez (Yoshitake 80).
Att.:2,136.

July 4 in Tampa
FC Tampa Bay 1 Miami FC 1.
Goals: Christie 82; Santeliz 90.
FC Tampa Bay --Sattler, Valentino, Kljestan (Tatters, 87), Takuya, Diaz, Christie, Millien, Gyorio (Valentin, 86), Tan, Nyazamba (Burt, 24), Adjeman-Pamboe (King, 68).
Miami FC --Patterson, Neto, Kirby, Diaz, Rodriguez, Randolph (Dominguez 85), Gomez, Cabas, Araujo Jr., Thompson (Shriver, 64), Santeliz.
Att.:5,123.

July 3 in Portland, Ore.
Portland 0 Vancouver 0.
Portland --Cronin, Purdy, Keel, Danso, Cameron, Lopez, McManus, Gaudet, Josten (Pore, 71), DeMartin (Dike, 63), Keita
Vancouver --Nolly, Knight, Tsiskaridze, Akwari, Janicki, Davies (Steele, 58), Nash, Bellisomo, Wagner (Edwini-Bonsu, 78), Stewart (Toure, 73), Khalfan (Moose, 82)
Att.:9,017.

July 3 in Rochester
Rochester 2 Montreal 1.Goals: Roberts 45, Costanzo 85; Agourram (Soares) 90.
Rochester --Kitson, Bellamy, Greenfield, Roberts, Sanfilippo, Motagalvan, Pitchkolan, Ferdinand (Costanzo, 60), Kissi (Hamilton, 65), Nunez (Rosenlund, 65), Spicer, Versailles.
Montreal --Djekanovic, Billy, deRoux, Di Lorenzo, Donatelli, Gatti, Hemming, Brown, Braz (Soares, 29), Placentino (Agourram, 55), Leduc (Cossette, 82).
Att.:6,505.

July 3 in Fenton, Mo.
AC St. Louis 0 Carolina 2. Goals: Kabwe (Richardson) 16, Gardner (Kabwe) 62.
Carolina --Reed, Shields, Bobo, Schulte, Hayes, Lowery, Franks (Paladini 87), Gardner (Rusin 78), Kabwe (Gilkerson 90), Bundu (Budnyy 89), Richardson (Elenio 75).
AC St. Louis --Dufty, Bauer, Velten (Lesko 46), Traynor, Bloom, Cole (Kafedzic 80), Kreamalmeyer, Stisser (Salvaggione 38), Cosgriff (Charishian 52), Gauchino, Ambersley (Titton 87)
Att.:2,122.

July 3 in Austin, Texas
Austin 1 Puerto Rico 1.
Goals: own goal 1; Daniel 75.
Austin --
Gallardo, Sakuda, Marshall, Needham, Bernard (Worthen 77), Marosevic (Callahan 66), Olum, Alvarez, J.Watson; M.Griffin, Johnson.
Puerto Rico --Gaudette, Jones, Martinez, Velez (Emory 75), Horst, Telesford (Sandoval 87), Daniel (Jagdeosingh 85), Gbandi, Hansen (Fana 46), Addlery, Foley (Villaroel 83)
Att.:4,050.

STANDINGS:
NASL Conference
25 Vancouver 6-2-7
18 Carolina 4-2-6
17 Montreal 4-5-5
15 CP Baltimore 7-7-3
14 Miami FC 2-4-8
8 AC St. Louis 2-6-2
USL Conference
31 Austin 9-2-4
25 Rochester 7-3-4
20 Portland 5-5-5
20 NSC Minnesota 6-9-2
19 Tampa Bay 5-5-4
14 Puerto Rico 4-6-2



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