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adiPower shows off its strength
January 10th, 2012 7:10PM

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[MLS ADIDAS COMBINE] adiPower made it three wins and nine goals in three games with a 4-1 victory over adiPure in the final game of the 2012 adidas MLS Combine on Tuesday in Lauderhill, Fla. The five goals in the adiPower-adiPure game and four in adiZero's 3-1 win over Prime upped the scoring total to 23 goals in six games, an average of almost four goals a game.

Lucky Mkosana (Dartmouth), Tony Walls (Wisconsin-Green Bay), Calum Mallace (Marquette) and Jason Banton (England) scored for adiPower.

Ethan Finlay, who scored a hat trick on Sunday, set up Creighton teammate Andrew Duran for AdiPure's lone goal.

Canadian Evan James, who played for NCAA Division I runner-up Charlotte, had a goal and an assist on Warren Creavalle's goal to lead adiZero to its win. Generation adidas signing Dom Dwyer (USF) had the third goal.

Paraguayan Aldo Paniagua, one of the best of the foreign contingent brought in to supplement the 2011 college crop, had the lone Prime goal.

adiZero and adiPure finished 1-1-1, while Prime lost all three games.



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