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Sapong helps stock on final day
by Paul Kennedy, January 11th, 2011 10:31PM

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[MLS] Davidson's Alex Caskey and James Madison's C.J. Sapong scored to give Jabulani a 2-1 victory against AdiPower on the final day of the adidas MLS Player Combine. The other game between AdiPure and AdiZero ended in a 0-0 tie.

Sapong, one of the seniors who helped his stock at the combine, also hit the post in the first half.

Monmouth's Ryan Kinne scored the lone goal for AdiPower.

Combine, Day 3
Jabulani 2 AdiPower 1. Goals: Caskey 3, Sapong 28; Kine 44.
Jabulani -- Meredith, Cortes, Givens (Warzycha, 45), Taylor, Burgos (Okafor, 45), Caskey, Gold (Rivas, 45), Houapeu (Brettschneider, 45), Cardozo (Meram, 45), Sapong (Estupinan, 45).
AdiPower -- Willis, Korb (Sippola, 45), Balchan, Soares, Tetteh, Beattie (McInnes, 45), Reddick (Marcin, 45), Carrasco, Gonchozo (Banks, 45), Kinne, Hertzog.

AdiPure 0 AdiZero 0.
AdiPure starters -- Maurer, Omphroy, Ababio, Anibaba, Brovsky, Jimenez, McCarty, Rooney, Soto, Herrick, Eliason.
AdiZero starters -- Ford, Campbell, Cruz, Lassiter, Murray, Farfan, Grossman, McCarthy, Plata, Carranza, Bruin



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