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American Soccer Scoreboard: Thursday
September 24th, 2010 12:07AM

TAGS:  americans abroad, concacaf champions league, mls


Olimpia of Honduras put a dent into the Puerto Rico Islanders' hopes of reaching the quarterfinals of the Concacaf Champions League when it beat Toluca of Mexico, 2-1, and moved into a tie for first place with Toluca, two points ahead of the Islanders in Group D. The other group leaders after four games are the Columbus Crew (Group A), Toluca (B) and Real Salt Lake (C). For the Thursday action ...

Thursday Schedule:
Concacaf Champions League
Joe Public 2 Municipal 3.
JP -- Andre Toussaint 15
MUN -- Guillermo Ramirez 17
MUN -- Guillermo Ramirez 48
JP -- Andre Toussaint 67
MUN -- Sergio Guevara 90

Olimpia 2 Toluca 1
OLI -- Boniek Garcia 14
OLI -- Roger Rojas 25
TOL -- Juan Cuevas (pen.) 39

Group A
9 Real Salt Lake 3-0-1
7 Cruz Azul 2-1-1
4 FC Toronto 1-1-2
3 Arabe Unido 1-0-3
Group B
9 Columbus Crew 3-0-1
7 Santos 2-1-1
5 Municipal 1-2-1
1 Joe Public 0-1-3
Group C
12 Monterrey 4-0-0
6 Saprissa 2-0-2
6 Marathon 2-0-2
0 Seattle Sounders 0-0-4
Group D
7 Toluca 2-1-1
7 Olimpia 2-1-1
5 Puerto Rico Islanders 1-2-1
2 FAS 0-2-2

Boston Breakers 1 Philadelphia Independence 2.
BOS: Lauren Cheney 1 (Kristine Lilly) 22
PHI: Caroline Seger 1 (Amy Rodriguez) 29
PHI: Danesha Adams 1 (Tina DiMartino) 103

Friday Schedule:
Major League Soccer
Los Angeles Galaxy vs. New York Red Bulls

Eastern Conference:

P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
Columbus 13-7-5 (+6)
41 New York 12-8-5 (+5)
33 Kansas City 9-9-6 (+1)
31 Toronto 8-10-7 (-4)
26 Chicago 6-9-8 (-3)
25 New England 7-14-4 (-17)
24 Philadelphia 6-12-6 (-12)
18 D.C. United 5-17-3 (-22)
Western Conference
P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
50 Los Angeles 15-5-5 (+19)
47 Real Salt Lake 13-4-8 (+22)
43 FC Dallas 10-2-13 (+12)
37 Colorado 10-7-7 (+8)
36 San Jose 10-7-6 (+2)
36 Seattle 10-9-6 (+1)
25 Chivas USA 7-13-4 (-6)
23 Houston 6-14-5 (-12)

Leading Scorers:
14 Edson Buddle (Los Angeles)
12 Juan Pablo Angel (New York)
11 Dwayne De Rosario (Toronto FC)
11 Sebastien Le Toux (Philadelphia)
10+1 Kei Kamara (Kansas City)
10 Conor Casey (Colorado)
10 Omar Cummings (Colorado)
10 Fredy Montero (Seattle)
9+1 Jeff Cunningham (FC Dallas)
9 Chris Wondolowski (San Jose)
9 Alvaro Saborio (Real Salt Lake)
9 Justin Braun (Chivas USA)

D-2 Pro League
Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. NSC Minnesota Stars
Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs. Montreal Impact

NASL Conference
Vancouver 10-4-14
41 Carolina 11-9-8
34 Montreal 9-11-7
29 AC St. Louis 7-13-8
29 Miami FC 6-11-11
24 CP Baltimore 6-16-6
USL Conference
51 Rochester 15-7-6
50 Austin 15-5-8
48 Portland 13-7-9
37 NSC Minnesota 10-12-7
33 Puerto Rico 8-10-9
29 Tampa Bay 6-10-11

Leading Scorers:
15 Ryan Pore (Portland)
14 Eddie Johnson (Austin)
10 Aaron King (Tampa Bay)
9+3 Abe Thompson (FC Miami)
Ali Gerba (Montreal)
9 Mike Ambersley (AC St. Louis)
8 Maxwell Griffin (Austin)
David Foley (Puerto Rico)
8 Paulo Araujo Jr. (Miami FC)

Saturday Schedule:
Major League Soccer
Philadelphia Union vs. Chivas USA
Toronto FC vs. San Jose Earthquakes
D.C. United vs. Houston Dynamo
New England Revolution vs. Columbus Crew
Chicago Fire vs. Seattle Sounders
Kansas City Wizards vs. FC Dallas
Real Salt Lake vs. Colorado Rapids

D-2 Pro League
Crystal Palace Baltimore vs. Portland Timbers
Carolina RailHawks vs. Puerto Rico Islanders
Austin Aztex vs. AC St. Louis
Miami FC Blues vs. Rochester Rhinos

Sunday Schedule:
WPS, Final
FC Gold Pride vs. Philadelphia Independence

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