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Vancouver remains hot in Florida
March 1st, 2012 1AM

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[DISNEY PRO SOCCER CLASSIC] The Vancouver Whitecaps moved into the final of the Disney Pro Soccer Classic in Florida with their third straight shutout win, 3-0 over Sporting Kansas City. For the third game in a row, Frenchman Sebastien Le Toux scored for the Caps, who will face Toronto FC or FC Dallas in Saturday's final. The Houston Dynamo will play for third place after tying the Montreal Impact, 1-1.

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Vancouver 3 Sporting KC 0. Goals: Le Toux (Chiumiento) 50, Teibert (Tan) 63, Mitchell (Harvey, Chiumiento) 67.
Vancouver -- Knighton, Klazura, Boxall, Mitchell, Harvey, Koffie (Alderson, 46), Watson, Nanchoff (Teibert, 59), Le Toux, Chiumiento (Nguyen, 78), Tan (Duckett, 80)
Sporting KC -- Kempin, Sinovic, Besler, Collin (Hedrick, 78), Myers, Nagamura (Gyorio, 74), Convey (Saad, 63), Julio Cesar (Sassano, 63), Peterson (Harrington, 83), Sapong (Dwyer, 69), Kamara.

Houston 1 Montreal 1. Goals: Bruin (Clark) 49; Bernier 56.
Houston -- Hall, Creavalle, Hainault, Boswell, Ashe; Clark (Carr 86), Moffat, Camargo (Sturgis 63), Davis (Hersi); Ching (Weaver 70), Bruin (Kandji 75).
Montreal -- Ricketts (Sutton 45), Brovsky (Mallace 77), Ferrari, Wahl, Gardner, Arnaud, Bernier, Felipe, Ubiparipovic (Warner 77), Braun (Neagle 63), Fucito (Montano 55).



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