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May 6th, 2012 3:06AM

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[SCOREBOARD] Ian Fuller's goal in the 88th minute gave first-place Orlando City a 3-2 win over the Pittsburgh Riverhounds. The Rochester Rhinos won their fourth straight game when they defeated the Charlotte Eagles, 1-0, on an own goal. The Charleston Battery, a 4-0 winner over Antigua Barracuda FC, is tied with Rochester for second place. For all the action ...

May 6
Los Angeles 2 Wilmington 2.
WIL: Jack Avesyan (Bryce Taylor) 66
LA: Irving Garcia (Ricky Waddell) 68
WIL: Jack Avesyan (Hagop Chirishian) 75
LA: Cheunyong Park (Brian Burke) 84
Att.: 847.

May 5
Rochester 1 Charlotte 0.
ROC: own goal 9.
Att.: 7,959.
Dayton 1 Richmond 1.
DAY: Gibson Bardsley (Joel Delass) 2
RIC: David Bulow (pen.) 90
Att.: 1,012.
Orlando City 3 Pittsburgh 2.
OC: Dennis Chin (unassisted) 68
PIT: Wes Allen (own goal) 79
OC: Charlie Campbell (Ian Fuller) 80
PIT: Matt Kassal (unassisted) 85
OC: Ian Fuller (Kevin Molino) 88
Att.: 6,722.

May 4
Harrisburg 1 Charlotte 2.
HAR: Antoine Hoppenot (Sainey Touray) 47
CHA: Daryl Roberts (Joseph Kabwe) 66
CHA: Jorge Herrera (Joseph Kabwe) 73
Att.: 1,223.
Charleston 4 Barracuda FC 0.
CHR: Jose Cuevas (Tony Donatelli) 46
CHR: Nicki Paterson (Sallieu Bundu) 74
CHR: Sallieu Bundu (Nicki Paterson) 80
CHR: Dane Kelly (Nicki Paterson) 90
Att.: 3,162.
Los Angeles 2 Wilmington 1.
WIL: Bryce Taylor (Chukwudi Chijindu) 39
LA: Matt Fondy (Allen Russell) 49
LA: Allen Russell (pen.) 57
Att.: 200.

May 2
Wilmington 3 Barracuda FC 0.
WIL: Andriy Budnyy (Chukwudi Chijindu) 9
WIL: Bryce Taylor (Dylan Riley) 13
WIL: Andriy Budnyy (Daniel Roberts) 76
Att.: 2,482.

13 Orlando City 4-0-1 11/3
12 Charleston 4-1-0 11/3
12 Rochester 4-0-0 4/0
8 Wilmington 2-2-2 8/8
7 Charlotte 2-5-1 7/12
6 Pittsburgh 2-4-0 6/8
6 Barracuda FC 2-4-0 6/13
5 Richmond 1-2-2 4/6
4 Harrisburg 1-1-1 3/3
4 Los Angeles 1-2-1 4/6
2 Dayton 0-2-2 1/4

May 11
Barracuda FC vs. Orlando City
Dayton vs. Los Angeles
Charlotte vs. Rochester
May 12
Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles
Richmond vs. Harrisburg
Charleston vs. Rochester
May 13
Barracuda FC vs. Orlando City

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