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American Soccer Scoreboard: Thursday
July 29th, 2010 5:04PM

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Americans Michael Parkhurst (Danish club FC Nordsjaelland) and Daniel Antunez (Finnish club FC Inter) both lost at home in their third-round Europa League matches on Thursday. For all Thursday action ...

Thursday Results:
Americans Abroad
Europa League (Third Qualifying Round, First Leg)
FC Nordsjaelland 0 Sporting 1
Michael Parkhurst-FC Nordsjaelland (90 minutes)

FC Inter 1 KRC Genk 5
Daniel Antunez-FC Inter (90 minutes)

Concacaf Champions League (Qualifying, First Leg)
Halftime: FAS 1 Xelaju 1
XEL -- Martin Crossa 42
FAS -- William Reyes 44

NPSL
Semifinals
Sacramento Gold 4 FC Sonic Lehigh Valley 1
Chattanooga FC 2 Madison 56ers 0
(at Madison, Ala., City School Stadium)

W-League
Semifinals
Buffalo Flash 3 Atlanta Silverbacks 1
Vancouver Whitecaps 3 Hudson Valley Quickstrike 1

WPSL
Big Sky Conference
Final

Oklahoma Alliance FC vs. Phoenix Del Sol

Friday Schedule:
Milk Cup (Under-20 Men)
USA vs. North Ireland

PDL
Central Conference (Semifinals)

Michigan Bucks vs. Rochester Thunder
Thunder Bay Chill vs. Forest City London
(at Thunder Bay)

NPSL
Third-Place Match



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  1. Marc Silverstein
    commented on: July 30, 2010 at 8:20 a.m.
    USL W-League late update: Vancouver 3 Hudson Valley Quickstrike 1


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