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[SCOREBOARD]The Rochester Rhinos made it six straight shutout wins when they defeated the Charleston Battery on Saturday night at Blackbaud Stadium in front of 3,819 fans. Danny Earls scored the lone goal a day after Conor Chinn's goal gave the Rhinos a 1-0 win at the Charlotte Eagles. Orlando City swept Barracuda FC in Antigua to remain in first place, while the Los Angeles Blues also won twice on the road to climb into fourth place. For all the action ...

Results:
May 13
Barracuda FC 1 Orlando City 2.
BAR: Griffith (pen.) 20
ORL: Maxwell Griffin (unassisted) 26
ORL: Wes Allen (unassisted) 49

May 12
Pittsburgh 0  Los Angeles 3.
LA: Ricky Waddell (unassisted) 46
LA: Bright Dike (Matt Fondy) 52
LA: Matt Fondy (Bright Dike) 69
Att.: 1,005.
Richmond 2 Harrisburg 2.
RIC: Matthew Delicate (Christopher Agorsor) 8
HAR: J.T. Noone (unassisted) 9
RIC: Christopher Agorsor (Matthew Delicate) 78
HAR: Yann Ekra (Jason Pelletier) 80
Att.: 2,273.
Charleston 0 Rochester 1.
ROC: Danny Earls (Jack Traynor) 61
Att.: 3,819.

May 11
Barracuda FC 0 Orlando City 1.
Att.: 800.
Dayton 0 Los Angeles 1.
LA: Allan Russel (unassisted) 79
Att.: 780.
Charlotte 0 Rochester 1.
ROC: Conor Chinn (J.C. Banks) 18
Att.: 964.

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
19 Orlando City 6-0-1 14/4
18 Rochester 6-0-0 6/0
12 Charleston 4-2-0 11/4
10 Los Angeles 3-2-1 8/6
8 Wilmington 2-2-2 8/8
7 Charlotte 2-6-1 7/13
6 Pittsburgh 2-5-0 6/11
6 Barracuda FC 2-6-0 7/16
5 Richmond 1-2-3 6/8
4 Harrisburg 1-1-2 5/5
2 Dayton 0-3-2 1/5

Schedule:
May 16
Harrisburg vs. Pittsburgh
May 18
Pittsburgh vs. Richmond
Rochester vs. Dayton
May 19
Harrisburg vs. Dayton
Wilmington vs. Charlotte
May 24
Orlando City vs. Los Angeles
May 25
Harrisburg vs. Rochester
May 26
Richmond vs. Wilmington
Charleston vs. Los Angeles
Dayton vs. Rochester
Orlando City vs. Charlotte



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