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September 22nd, 2011 8:56PM

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[SCOREBOARD] Nine points out of the playoff race in mid-August, the MLS-bound Montreal Impact (5-1-2 in its last eight games) have a chance to overtake the NSC Minnesota Stars for the sixth and final playoff berth in the NASL if it beats the last-place Atlanta Silverbacks on the road and the Stars don't win at the regular-season champion Carolina RailHawks on Saturday. (In case of a Montreal tie and Minnesota loss, the teams would be tied and Montreal would win the second tie-breaker: better head-to-head goal difference.) For all the action ...

MLS RESERVE LEAGUE
Results:
FC Dallas 2 Chicago 3.
CHI: Diego Chaves (pen.) 25
CHI: Diego Chaves (unassisted) 27
DAL: Bryan Leyva (Jair Benitez) 31
CHI: Orr Barouch (Kellen Gulley) 69
DAL: Daniel Garcia (Andrew Weideman) 85

Standings:
Eastern Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
18 Columbus 6-1-0 18/8
17 D.C. United 5-0-2 17/8
13 New England 4-4-1 13/17
6 New York 2-3-0 6/11
7 Philadelphia 2-6-1 8/14
2 Toronto FC 0-5-2 9/13
Central/Mountain Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
19 Chicago 6-1-1 18/7
12 Houston 4-3-0 6/9
11 Sporting KC 3-2-2 7/5
9 FC Dallas 3-3-0 8/12
7 Colorado 2-5-1 7/9
6 Real Salt Lake 2-6-0 8/9
Western Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
21 Seattle 7-1-0 15/7
14 Portland 4-2-2 18/15
10 San Jose 3-4-1 10/8
8 Vancouver 2-4-2 10/13
6 Chivas USA 1-2-3 11/12
5 Los Angeles 1-5-2 10/18

Schedule:
Sept. 25
FC Dallas vs. Houston
Sept. 27
Portland vs. Chivas USA
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NASL
Results:
Sept. 21
Puerto Rico 1 FC Tampa Bay 0.
PR: Yaikel Perez (Kevin Villaroel) 5
Att.: 1,502.
Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
54 *Carolina 17-7-3 49/24
52 *Puerto Rico 15-6-7 41/32
38 *FC Tampa Bay 10-9-8 39/36
38 *Ft. Lauderdale 9-7-11 35/34
36 *FC Edmonton 10-12-6 35/40
33 Minnesota 8-10-9 28/31
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32 Montreal 8-11-8 31/27
16 Atlanta 4-19-4 25/59

Schedule:
Sept. 24
FC Tampa Bay vs.  Fort Lauderdale
Carolina vs. Minnesota
Atlanta vs. Montreal



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