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American Soccer Scoreboard: Wednesday
September 9th, 2010 1:14AM
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TAGS:  mls, ussf division 2


Ali Gerba scored twice to give him seven goals in his last three games and lead the Montreal Impact to a 2-1 at Puerto Rico in D-2 Pro League action on Wednesday. For all the action ...

Wednesday Results:
Major League Soccer
Chicago Fire 0 Toronto FC 0. Att.: 12,891.

Eastern Conference:

P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
Columbus 13-5-5 (+12)
37 New York 11-8-4 (+3)
28 Toronto 7-9-7 (-4)
27 Kansas City 7-9-6 (-2)
26 Chicago 6-7-8 (-1)
24 New England 7-12-3 (-12)
21 Philadelphia 5-11-6 (-12)
15 D.C. United 4-16-3 (-22)
Western Conference
P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
44 Los Angeles 13-4-5 (+17)
43 Real Salt Lake 12-4-7 (+21)
40 FC Dallas 10-2-10 (+12)
35 Seattle 9-9-5 (-3)
34 Colorado 8-6-7 (+7)
32 San Jose 9-8-5 (+1)
23 Houston 6-11-5 (-10)
22 Chivas USA 6-13-4 (-9)

Leading Scorers:
13 Edson Buddle (Los Angeles)
12 Juan Pablo Angel (New York)
10 Sebastien Le Toux (Philadelphia)
10 Fredy Montero (Seattle)
9 Dwayne De Rosario (Toronto FC)
9 Conor Casey (Colorado)
8 Omar Cummings (Colorado)
8 Jeff Cunningham (FC Dallas)
8 Steve Zakuani (Seattle)
8 Justin Braun (Chivas USA)
8 Chris Wondolowski (San Jose)
8 Kei Kamara (Kansas City)
8 Alvaro Saborio (Real Salt Lake)

D-2 Pro League
Puerto Rico Islanders 1 Montreal Impact 2.
PR -- Noah Delgado 50
MON -- Ali Gerba 60
MON -- Ali Gerba 75

NASL Conference
Vancouver 9-3-14
37 Carolina 10-8-7
34 Montreal 9-10-7
26 AC St. Louis 6-11-8
24 CP Baltimore 6-14-6
20 Miami FC 3-11-11
USL Conference
49 Austin 15-3-7
48 Rochester 14-6-6
44 Portland 12-7-8
30 Puerto Rico 7-9-9
28 NSC Minnesota 7-12-7
28 Tampa Bay 6-9-10

Leading Scorers:
15 Ryan Pore (Portland)
12 Eddie Johnson (Austin)
9+2 Ali Gerba (Montreal)
9 Aaron King (Tampa Bay)
9 Mike Ambersley (AC St. Louis)
8 David Foley (Puerto Rico)
8 Paulo Araujo Jr. (Miami FC)

Thursday Schedule:
Major League Soccer
Seattle Sounders vs. Real Salt Lake

Friday Schedule:
Major League Soccer
New England Revolution vs. Chivas USA

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