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Whitecaps sweep weekend pair
February 26th, 2012 6:06PM
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[DISNEY PRO CLASSIC]The Vancouver Whitecaps were the big winners at the Disney Pro Classic with shutout wins over Montreal (3-0) and Houston (1-0). Sebastien Le Toux led the 'Caps with penalty kicks in both games and an assist against the Impact. For all the Disney Pro Classic weekend summaries ...

Disney Pro Classic
Feb. 24
Vancouver 3 Montreal 0.Goals: Hassli (Bonjour) 38, Mattocks (Le Toux) 69, Le Toux (pen.) 83.
Montreal --Ricketts, Brovsky (Mallace 77), Ferrari (Thomas, 62), Wahl (Camara 77; Ouimette 82), Gardner (Garcia 77), Arnaud (Warner 77), Felipe (Mayen 77), Bernier (Arguez 77), Neagle (Ubiparipovic), Sebrango (Fucito 72), Montano (Wenger, 67).
Vancouver --Cannon, Lee (Klazura 63), Bonjour (Mitchell 63), DeMerit (Harvey 63), Rochat, Harris (Nanchoff 63), Davidson (Watson 63), Thorrington (Koffie 45), Camilo (Teibert 63), Chiumiento, (Mattocks 24, Tan 80), Hassli (Le Toux 63).

Houston 0 Sporting Kansas City 0.
Houston --Hall, Creavalle, Boswell, Cameron, Ashe, Dixon (Sato 68), Moffat, Camargo (Ownby 77), Clark (Davis 77), Ching (Kandji 61), Bruin (Weaver 71).
Sporting KC --Nielsen, Myers, Collin, Besler, Sinovic, Kamara, Sassano (Nagamura 64), Espinoza, Zusi, Convey (Peterson 75), Sapong (Saad 77).

Feb. 25
FC Dallas 1 BK Hacken 1.Goals: Castillo (Loyd) 45; Ostberg (Arkivuo) 79.
FC Dallas --
Hartman, Benitez, Pertuz, Ihemelu, Loyd, Hernandez, Rodriguez (Sealy, 87), Jacobson, Ferreira, Castillo (Wiedeman, 67), Perez.
BK Hacken --Kallqvist, Arkivuo, Khan, Ostberg, Froelund (Joza, 76), Makondele, Bashir (Ericcson, 45), Elvby, Anklev (Bjurstrom, 76), Hernandez (Waris, 63), Williams (Drugge, 85).

Orlando City 2 Toronto FC 2.Goals: Rooney (pen.) 17, Molino 54; Aceval 23, Frings 59.
Toronto FC -- Frei, Morgan (Huezo), Aceval (Green), Caicedo (Maund, 46), Eckersley (Henry, 46), Dunfield (Cordon, 46), Avila (Stinson), Frings (Camargo), Plata (Burgos), Koevermans (Soolsma, 32), Lambe (Orozco, 43).
Orlando City --Gallardo, Boden (Ustruck, 72), Bernard (Allen, 61), Valentino, Mechak, Pulis, OConnor (Smart, 66), Campbell (Mbenge, 76), Rooney (McCarty, 72), Molino (Sowers, 83), Griffin (Chin, 61).

Feb. 26
Vancouver 1 Houston 0.Goal: Le Toux (pen.) 15.
Vancouver --Knighton, Klazura, Boxall, Mitchell, Harvey, Nguyen (Teibert 45), Koffie (Alderson 45), Watson, Nanchoff (Duckett 75), Le Toux (Clarke 67; Davidson 78), Tan (Mattocks 82).
Houston --Deric, Creavalle, Sturgis, Hainault, Recio, Sato (Dixon 71), Soto (Camargo 71), Rolfe (Davis 57), Kandji (Ching 71), Weaver (Carr 71), Arreola (Ownby 57).

Montreal 1 Sporting KC 1.Goals: Fucito (Wenger) 37; Saad (Thomas) 70.
Montreal --Sutton (Bush 45), Mallace, Camara (Brovsky 78), Thomas, Ouimette, Ubiparipovic (Mayen 60), Warner, Arguez, Wenger (Schoenfeld 80), Fucito (Miller 54), Acosta (Braun 71).
Sporting KC --Kempin, Harrington (Ellis, 64), Hedrick, Hot (Olum, 45), Aiyegbusi (Singh, 74), Thomas, Warzycha, Nagamura (Gyorio 62); Peterson, Saad, Dwyer (Miller, 80)



1 comment
  1. Jack Aldridge
    commented on: February 27, 2012 at 1:15 p.m.
    Good to see the Whitecaps start on a winning note. Great City, great fans and deserve to have a winning season.

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