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NASL this weekend ...
April 15th, 2012 9:59PM

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[SCOREBOARD] In one of the wildest games in NASL history, the Carolina RailHawks and Atlanta Silverbacks played to a 4-4 tie in a game that featured seven yellow cards, three red cards. Carolina blew a 2-0 lead and trailed 3-2 and 4-3 before equalizing on Brian Shriver's goal in the 90th minute. Chilean Reinaldo Navia scored twice for Atlanta, and Nick Zimmerman had two goals for Carolina. In a stoppage-time fracas that saw local police intervene, Nico Colaluca (Atlanta) and Brian Ackley (Carolina) were red carded. In San Antonio, the first-place Puerto Rico Islanders spoiled the Scorpions' home opener with a 4-0 win before a crowd of more than 11,000 fans. Pablo Campos missed two penalty kicks for the Scorpions. For all the action ...

6 Puerto Rico 2-0-0 5/0
4 Ft. Lauderdale 1-0-1 1/0
3 Tampa Bay 1-1-0 1/1
2 Carolina 0-0-2 4/4
2 Atlanta 0-0-2 4/4
2 Minnesota 0-0-2 0/0
1 San Antonio 0-1-1 0/4
0 FC Edmonton 0-2-0 0/2

April 15
San Antonio 0 Puerto Rico 4.
SA: Jonathan Fana (David Foley) 7
SA: Jonathan Fana (unassisted) 20
SA: David Foley (Noah Delgado) 56
SA: Nicholas Addlery (Stephen DeRoux) 73
Att.: 13,151.

April 14
Carolina 4 Atlanta 4.

CAR: Michael Palacio (unassisted) 2
CAR: Nick Zimmerman (unassisted) 38
ATL: Reinaldo Navia (Shane Maroney) 39
ATL: Raphael Cox (Tony McManus) 42
ATL: Willie Hunt (Ciaran O’Brien) 67
CAR: Nick Zimmerman (Jason Garey) 74
ATL: Reinaldo Navia (unassisted) 80
CAR: Brian Shriver (Ty Shipalane) 90
Att.: 3,683.
Fort Lauderdale 0 Minnesota 0.
Att.: 2,916.
Tampa Bay 1 FC Edmonton 0.
TB: Takuya Yamada (Andres Arango) 20
Att.: 3,129.

April 21
Atlanta vs. Tampa Bay
Puerto Rico vs. Carolina
San Antonio vs. Fort Lauderdale
April 22
FC Edmonton vs. Minnesota
April 25
Fort Lauderdale vs. Puerto Rico
April 28
Carolina vs. San Antonio
Atlanta vs. Minnesota
Tampa Bay vs. Fort Lauderdale

USL PRO this weekend ...

[SCOREBOARD] Defending champion Orlando City moved into first place in USL PRO with a 4-1 win over the Wilmington Hammerheads before 8,421 fans at the Florida Citrus Bowl. John Rooney, younger brother of Wayne Rooney, led Orlando with two first-half goals and an assist. Sascha Gorres' goal in the 90th minute gave the Richmond Kickers their first win of the season, a 2-1 decision at the Charleston Battery. For all the action ...

6 Orlando City 2-0-0 6/1
3 Barracuda FC 1-1-0 3/2
3 Rochester 1-0-0 1/0
3 Charleston 1-1-0 3/3
3 Richmond 1-1-0 3/3
3 Pittsburgh 1-1-0 2/3
1 Dayton 0-0-1 0/0
1 Charlotte 0-1-1 0/2
0 Harrisburg 0-0-0 0/0
0 Los Angeles 0-1-0 0/1
0 Wilmington 0-1-0 1/4

April 15
Orlando City 4 Wilmington 1.
ORL: John Rooney (pen.) 9
ORL: John Rooney (Kevin Molino) 41
ORL: Rob Valentino (John Rooney) 54
ORL: Dennis Chin (Kevin Molino) 66
WIL: Bryce Taylor (unassisted) 56
Att.: 8,421.

April 14

Charleston 1 Richmond 2.
CHS: Nicki Paterson (Ryan Richter) 19
RIC: Stantley Nyazamba (unassisted) 63
RIC: Sascha Gorres (unassisted) 90
Att.: 4,729.
Los Angeles 0 Rochester 1
ROC: Tam McManus (J.C. Banks) 22
Att.: 2,432.

April 13
Charlotte 0 Dayton 0.
Att.: 554.

April 17
Charlotte vs. Charleston
April 20
Charlotte vs. Harrisburg
Los Angeles vs. Rochester
April 21
Pittsburgh vs. Dayton
Richmond vs. Orlando
Wilmington vs. Harrisburg
April 26
Barracuda FC vs. Charlotte
April 27
Charleston vs. Pittsburgh
April 28
Barracuda FC vs. Charlotte
Dayton vs. Rochester
Orlando vs. Richmond
Wilmington vs. Pittsburgh

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