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MLS Rewind ...
April 22nd, 2012 12:15AM

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[WEEK 7] Chris Pontius' hat trick powered D.C. United to a 4-1 win over the New York Red Bulls that moved it into second place in the Eastern Conference. The San Jose Earthquakes took over first place in the Western Conference with a 3-1 win over Real Salt Lake on stoppage-time goals by Trevor Dawkins and Chris Wondolowski. Sporting Kansas City fell for the first time in eight games when it lost at the Portland Timbers, 1-0. Josh Saunders’ save on Omar Cummings' penalty kick in stoppage time preserved the Los Angeles Galaxy's 2-1 win at the Colorado Rapids Saturday night. Toronto FC dropped its sixth straight game of the season when it fell at home to the Chicago Fire, 3-2. For all the weekend action ...

RESULTS, SUNDAY
April 22 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 4 New York 1. Goals: Pontius (unassisted) 8, Pontius 3 (unassisted) 32, DeLeon (De Rosario) 36, Pontius (unassisted) 69; Henry (unassisted) 72.
D.C. United -- Willis, Russell, McDonald, Dudar, Woolard, Cruz, Kitchen, De Rosario (King 66), DeLeon, Maicon Santos (Salihi 75), Pontius (Neal 87).
New York -- Meara, Solli, Holgersson, Keel (Ruthven 46), Lade, Richards (Arteaga 81), Palsson, McCarty, Ballouchy (Lindpere 46), Cooper, Henry.
Referee: Mark Geiger.
Att.: 13,262.



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OTHER RESULTS, SUNDAY
April 22 in Burnaby, B.C.
Vancouver reserves 0 Portland reserves 3. Goal: Richards (Taylor) 44, Songo’o (Renken) 65, Dike (Renken) 89.
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RESULTS, SATURDAY
April 21 in Portland, Ore.
Portland 1 Sporting KC 0. Goal: own goal 41.
Portland -- Perkins, Purdy (Braun, 78), Mosquera, Brunner, Chabala, Nagbe (Songo’o, 89), Jewsbury, Palmer, M Chara, F Perlaza (Alexander, 84), Boyd.
Sporting KC -- Nielsen, Myers, Collin, Besler, Sinovic, Julio Cesar (Nagamura, 76), Zusi, Espinoza, Convey (Bunbury, 71), Kamara, Sapong.
Referee: Hilario Grajeda.
Att.: 20,438.




April 21 in Carson, Calif.
Chivas USA 0 Philadelphia 1.
Goal: Adu (unassisted) 40.
Chivas USA -- Kennedy, Jazic, Riley, Pearce, McKenzie (Townsend 90), Minda (Gavin 55), LaBrocca, Bolanos, Smith, Cardozo (Angel 63), Moreno.
Philadelphia -- MacMath, Williams, Gaddis, Valdes, G.Farfan, Carroll, Gomez (Okugo 71), Adu (Albright 81), M.Farfan (McInerney 92+), Pajoy, Daniel.
Red Cards: Philadelphia -- Daniel 75, G.Farfan 85.
Referee: Juan Guzman.
Att.: 14,127.



April 21 in Santa Clara, Calif.
San Jose 3 Real Salt Lake 1.
Goal: Stephenson (Beitashour) 47, Dawkins (Beitashour) 92+, Wondolowski (Stephenson, Moreno) 93+; Beckerman (Steele) 53.
San Jose -- Busch; Beitashour, Opara (Gordon 75), Hernandez, Morrow; Baca (Garza 82), Cronin (Lenhart 61), Moreno, Dawkins; Stevenson, Wondolowski.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando; Beltran (Paulo Jr. 93+), Olave, Borchers, Wingert; Beckerman, Steele (Gil 60), Johnson, Morales (Schuler 77); Espindola, Saborio.
Red Cards: Real Salt Lake -- Espindola 29, Olave 69.
Referee: Elias Bazakos.
Att.: 10,202.



April 21 in Vancouver
Vancouver 1 FC Dallas 0. Goal: Camilo (Lee) 11.
Vancouver -- Cannon, Lee, Bonjour, DeMerit, Harvey, Koffie, Davidson, Watson, Salgado (Harris 73), Le Toux, Camilo (Hassli 79).
FC Dallas -- Seitz, Loyd, Ihemelu, John, Rodriguez, Shea, Warshaw (Hedges 90), D.Hernandez, Guarda (Sealy 72), Castillo, Perez.
Referee: Edvin Jurisevic
Att.: 18,027.



April 21 in Toronto
Toronto FC 2 Chicago 3. Goals: Lambe (unassisted) 36, Lambe (Stinson, Johnson) 41; Oduro (Nyarko) 1, Segares (Grazzini) 41, Nyarko (Oduro, Pause) 58.
Toronto -- Kocic; Eckersley, Frings, Cann; Stinson (Silva 68), Dunfield (de Guzman 58), Avila (Burgos 85), Morgan; Lambe, Johnson, Plata.
Chicago -- Johnson; Gargan, Segares, Anibaba, Friedrich; Pardo, Grazzini (Barouch 79'), Pappa (Puppo 65'), Pause; Nyarko, Oduro (Paladini 84).
Referee: Kevin Stott.
Att.: 19,255.



April 21 in Columbus, Ohio
Columbus 2 Houston 2. Goals: Gaven (unassisted) 63, Gaven (Schoenfeld, Vukovic) 75; Bruin (Moffat) 59, Ching (Bruin) 81.
Columbus -- Gruenebaum; Miranda, Williams, Marshall, Vukovic (Francis 83); Tchani (Finlay 72), O’Rourke, Mirosevic, Gaven; Renteria (Schoenfeld 67), Vargas.
Houston -- Hall; Hainault, Boswell, Cameron, Taylor; Watson (Carr 79), Moffat, Luiz Camargo, Ashe (Kandji 89); Ching (Weaver 84), Bruin.
Referee: Chris Penso
Att.: 10,479



April 21 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 1 Los Angeles 2.
Goals: Cummings (unassisted) 63; own goal 21, Donovan (Keane) 39.
Colorado -- Pickens; Zapata, Moor, Wynne, Kimura, Larentowicz, Mullan (Akpan, 88), Castrillon, Cummings, Cascio, Hill (Thompson, 78).
Los Angeles -- Saunders, Dunivant, Junior Lopes, Franklin, DeLaGarza, Donovan, Magee (Noonan, 81), Juninho (Stephens, 89), Beckham,  Buddle (Barrett, 72), Keane.
Referee: Ramon Hernandez
Att.: 19,152



RESULTS, WEDNESDAY
April 18 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 1 Montreal 1. Goals: Maicon Santos (Kitchen) 72; Corradi (Neagle, Mapp) 68.
D.C. United -- Willis; Korb, Russell, McDonald, Woolard (Neal 86); Najar (Cruz 19), Kitchen, Boskovic (Maicon Santos 61), DeLeon; De Rosario, Pontius.
Montreal -- Ricketts; Valentin, Thomas, Ferrari, Wahl; Arnaud, Felipe, Warner, Mapp (Bernier 74); Nyassi (Neagle 66), Corradi (Braun 83).
Referee: Silviu Petrescu
Att.: 10,135.



April 18 in Vancouver
Vancouver 1 Sporting KC 3. Goals: Collin (unassisted) 24, own goal 51, Kamara (Myers) 65, Le Toux (unassisted) 79.
Vancouver -- Cannon; Lee, Bonjour (Tan 87), DeMerit, Harvey; Koffie, Thorrington (Camilo 60); Harris (Salgado 79), Le Toux, Chiumiento; Hassli.
Sporting KC -- Nielsen, Myers, Besler, Collin, Sinovic; Nagamura (Olum 77), Espinoza, Zusi; Kamara, Sapong (Bunbury 62), Convey (Peterson 52).
Referee: Baldomero Toledo.
Att.:
15,382.


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STANDINGS:
EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
21 Sporting KC 7-1-0 12/3
12 D.C. United 3-2-3 12/8
10 New York 3-3-1 17/14
8 Chicago 2-1-2 6/6
8 Houston 2-1-2 5/5
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7 Philadelphia 2-3-1 4/6
7 Columbus 2-3-1 6/9
6 New England 2-4-0 5/8
5 Montreal 1-5-2 7/15
0 Toronto FC 0-6-0 4/13

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
16 San Jose 5-1-1 13/5
15 Real Salt Lake 5-3-0 12/8
11 Vancouver 3-2-2 6/6
10 Seattle 3-1-1 6/2
10 FC Dallas 3-3-1 8/10
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9 Los Angeles 3-3-0 10/10
9 Chivas USA 3-4-0 4/5
9 Colorado 3-4-0 8/10
7 Portland 2-3-1 9/11
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Note: All times ET.

WEEK 7, SCHEDULE:
April 25
FC Dallas vs. Real Salt Lake, 8:30 pm

April 28
Montreal vs. Portland, 2 pm
New York vs. New England, 3:30 pm (NBC SN)
Philadelphia vs. San Jose, 7 pm
D.C. United vs. Houston, 7:30 pm
Columbus vs. Vancouver, 7:30 pm
Chicago vs. Seattle, 8:30 pm
Real Salt Lake vs. Toronto FC, 9 pm
Colorado vs. Chivas USA, 9 pm
Los Angeles vs. FC Dallas, 10:30 pm



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