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MLS this weekend ...
April 7th, 2011 12:44AM

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[SCOREBOARD] The Houston Dynamo won its first game of the 2011 MLS season with a 3-1 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps on Sunday night. Philadelphia Union moved into first place in the Eastern Conference with a 1-0 over the New York Red Bulls thanks to 19-year-old Roger Torres' first MLS goal before a sellout crowd of 19,027. Resting nine starters from the team that played Saprissa Wednesday in the Concacaf Champions League semifinals on Tuesday, Real Salt Lake remained perfect with a 2-0 win at the New England Revolution in a game that featured three red cards. For the complete weekend schedule ...

WEEK 4  RESULTS:
April 10 in Houston
Houston 3 Vancouver 1.
Goals: Weaver 2 (Boswell 1, Davis 1) 37, Boswell 1 (Cruz 1, Davis 2) 42, Bruin 1 (Davis 3) 76, Camilo 3 (Chiumiento 4) 38.
Houston -- Hall, Freeman, Boswell, Hainault, Ashe, Cruz, Cameron, Palmer, Davis (Clark 89), Weaver (Garey 83), Bruin.
Vancouver  -- Nolly, Leathers, Boxall, DeMerit (Teibert 46), Wagner, Chiumiento, Khalfan (Akloul 78), Rochat, Brovsky, Harris, Camilo (Salgado 83).
Referee:
Jair Marrufo.
Att.:
12,047.
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April 9 in Carson, Calif.
Chivas USA 0 Columbus 0.
Chivas USA -- Kennedy, Lahoud, Valentin, Pearce, Jazic, LaBrocca, Zemanski, Flores (Estupinan 80), Braun, Mondaini (Mayen 68), Moreno.
Columbus --
Hesmer, Miranda, James, Marshall, Balchan, Gaven, Rusmir, Burns, Rogers, Renteria (Heinemann 78), Ekpo (Duka 72).
Referee:
Yader Reyes.
Att.:
13,385.
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April 9 in San Jose, Calif.
San Jose 1 Toronto FC 1.
Goals: Dawkins 2 (Wondolowski 1) 38; Gordon 2 (unassisted) 27.
San Jose -- Busch, Hernandez, McDonald, Opara, Corrales (Gjertsen 85), Convey, Cronin, Dawkins, Stephenson (Luzunaris 80), Johnson, Wondolowski.
Toronto FC -- Frei, Harden, Attakora (de Guzman 46), Cann, Borman, Maicon Santos (Plata 65), Peterson, Tchani, Martina, Gordon, Stevanovic (Zavarise 63).
Referee:
Ramon Hernandez.
Att.: 8,928
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April 9 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 1 Los Angeles 1.
Goals: Davies 4 (pen.) 90; Magee 1 (Beckham 3) 12.
D.C. United -- Hamid, Korb (Najar 72), Jakovic, White, Burch, Quaranta, McCarty (Boskovic 81), Simms, Pontius, Wolff, Brettschneider (Davies 53).
Los Angeles --
Ricketts, DeLaGarza, Leonardo, Gonzalez, Dunivant, Franklin, Beckham (Kirovski 81), Juninho, Magee, Angel (Barrett 89), Lopez (Cardozo 75).
Red Cards:
D.C. United -- Quaranta 84; Los Angeles -- Kirovski 95+.
Referee:
Abiodun Okulaja.
Att.:
26,622.
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April 9 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 0 Real Salt Lake 2.
Goals: Schuler 1 (Warner 1) 28, Paulo Jr. 2 (Warner 2) 47.
New England -- Shuttleworth, Alston, Coria, Cochrane (Barnes 53), Domi, Perovic, Joseph, Phelan, McCarthy (Stolica 46), Schilawski (Nyassi 46), Mansally.
Real Salt Lake --
Reynish, Russell, McKenzie, Beltran, Schuler, Grabavoy, Warner (Gil 79), Alexandre (Beckerman 62), Johnson, Alvarez, Paulo Jr.
Red Cards:
New England -- Joseph 71, Phelan 85; Real Salt Lake -- Johnson 87.
Referee:
Jasen Anno.
Att.:
7,970.
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April 9 in Chester, Pa.
Philadelphia 1 New York 0. Goal:
Torres 1 (Mwanga 1) 68.
Philadelphia -- Mondragon, Williams, Califf, Valdes, Harvey, Miglioranzi, Carroll (Okugo 6), Daniel, Mapp (Mwanga 59), Ruiz (Torres 67), Le Toux.
New York -- Coundoul, Solli, Ream, Marquez, Miller, Richards (Rodgers 67), Tainio, De Rosario, Lindpere, Agudelo (Ballouchy 84), Henry.
Referee:
Alex Prus.
Att.: 19,027.
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April 9 in Seattle

Seattle 2 Chicago 1. Goals: White 2 (Rosales 2) 7, Zakuani 2 (White 1) 25, Chaves 3 (Nyarko 1, Puerari 1) 8.
Seattle -- Keller, Riley, Parke, Hurtado, Gonzalez, Evans, Alonso, Rosales (Jaqua 64), Friberg, White (Carrasco 81), Zakuani.
Chicago --
Johnson, Anibaba, Robinson, Gibbs, Segares (Oduro 83), Pause, Pappa, Videira, Nyarko (Barouch 90), Puerari, Chaves.
Referee: Hilario Grajeda.
Att.: 36,223.
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April 8 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 3 Colorado 0.
Goals: Ihemelu 1 (Chavez 1) 26, Ferreira 1 (Castillo 1) 40, Ferreira (Avila 1, Hernandez 1) 46.
FC Dallas -- Hartman, Loyd, Ihemelu, John, Shea, Chavez (Avila 30), Ferreira, Hernandez, Jacobson (Alexander 70), Castillo, Rodriguez (Luna 66).
Colorado --
Pickens, Kimura, Wynne, Moor, Wallace (Marshall 63), Nane, Larentowicz, Smith, Nyassi (Mullan 46), Cummings, Folan (Amarikwa 61).
Referee:
Paul Ward.
Att.:
12,261.
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April 6 in Vancouver
Vancouver 1 New England 1. Goal:
Hassli 3 (pen.) 55, Stolica 1 (Schilawski 1, Phelan 1)
93+.
Vancouver -- Nolly, Leathers, Boxall, Wagner, Knight (Hassli 46), Koffie, Khalfan, Camilo (Harmse 67), Harris.
New England  -- Shuttleworth, Alston, Cochrane (Stolica 61), Soares, Domi, Boggs, Joseph, Phelan, McCarthy (Mansally 57), Schilawski, Nyassi (Tierney 74).
Red Cards:
Vancouver -- Koffie 45, Hassli 56; New England -- Soares 74.
Referee:
Baldomero Toledo.
Att.:
19,396.

STANDINGS:
Eastern Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/1
9 Philadelphia 3-1-0 3/1
6 New England 1-1-3 5/6
5 Houston 1-1-2 5/4
5 Toronto FC 1-1-2 6/6
5 Columbus 1-1-2 3/3
5 New York 1-1-2 2/2
4 Sporting KC 1-1-1 8/8
4 Chicago 1-1-1 5/5
4 D.C. United 1-2-1 6/10
Eastern Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
9 Real Salt Lake 3-0-0 7/1
9 Colorado 3-1-0 8/5
8 Los Angeles 2-1-2 5/6
5 Vancouver 1-2-2 9/10
5 San Jose 1-1-2 5/4
5 Seattle 1-2-2 5/6
4 FC Dallas 1-2-1 4/5
2 Chivas USA 0-2-2 3/5
1 Portland 0-2-1 2/6

WEEK 5 SCHEDULE:
Wednesday, April 13
8 pm ET
Toronto FC vs. Los Angeles
9 pm ET
Real Salt Lake vs. Colorado

Wednesday, April 13

11 ET
Portland vs. Chicago, ESPN2/Deportes

Saturday, April 16

4 pm ET
Philadelphia vs. Seattle
7 pm ET
Vancouver vs. Chivas USA
Toronto FC vs. D.C. United, FSC
7:30 pm ET
Columbus vs. Kansas City
New York vs, San Jose

Sunday, April 17
4 pm ET
Chicago vs. Los Angeles, TeleFutura
6 pm ET
Portland vs. FC Dallas
7 pm ET
Houston vs. New England



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