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Vancouver finishes unbeaten against MLS foes
March 4th, 2012 4:52PM
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[DISNEY PRO CLASSIC] Camilo scored in the 10th minute, but that was the only goal in the Vancouver Whitecaps' 1-0 win over a team of Toronto FC academy and reserve team players in Saturday's final of the Disney Pro Soccer Classic in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The 'Caps finished their preseason with a 4-0-2 record against MLS teams. FC Dallas edged the Houston Dynamo, 1-0, for third place.

Toronto had already sent its first team back home to prepare for Wednesday's Concacaf Champions League game against the Los Angeles Galaxy.

Disney Pro Soccer Classic
Vancouver 1 Toronto FC 0. Goal: Camilo 10.
Vancouver -- Cannon, Rochat, DeMerit, Bonjour,  Lee, Camilo, Davidson, Koffie, Harris (Salgado, 71), Mattocks, Hassli (Teibert, 54)
Toronto FC -- Roberts, Huezo, Emory, Green, Chapman (Hamilton, 60), Burgos, Cordon, Avila (Camargo, 76), Makubuya (Vukovic, 60), Orozco, Soolsma.

FC Dallas 1 Houston 0. Goal: Shea (pen.) 9.
FC Dallas -- Hartman, Benitez (Tulasne, 46), Pertuz, Ihemelu, Loyd, Rodriguez, Hernandez (Warshaw, 59), Jacobson (Ulloa, 59), Castillo (Wiedeman, 53), Shea (Luna, 46; Leyva, 87), Perez (Enriquez, 77).
Houston -- Hall, Ashe (Recio, 85), Cameron, Boswell, Hainault (Sarkodie, 79), Davis, Moffat, Watson (Hersi, 77), Clark (Camargo, 61), Kandji (Weaver, 61), Bruin (Carr, 67)

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