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AC St. Louis gets first win under Schilly
July 12th, 2010 1:23AM

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[D-2 PRO LEAGUE] AC St. Louis beat the defending champion Montreal Impact 3-0, on Saturday night for its first win since Dale Schilly took over as head coach in place of Claude Anelka, brother of French star Nicolas Anelka.

Luke Kreamalmeyer, Chris Salvaggione and Jeff Cosgriff scored as AC St. Louis scored three goals for the first time in franchise history.

“It has been coming, hopefully we can maintain it,” said Schilly. “The guys are just different. The mentality is different. They are eager, they are learning, and they are showing a different approach.”

RESULTS:
July 8
Vancouver 1 AC St. Louis 1
July 9
Rochester 0 Austin 0
Puerto Rico 2 Crystal Palace Baltimore 0
July 10
NSC Minnesota 1 Tampa Bay 0
Portland 2 Miami FC 0
AC St. Louis 3 Montreal 0
July 11
Puerto Rico 0 Carolina 2

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



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