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May 20th, 2012 1:24AM

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[SCOREBOARD] Amani Walker scored a goal and two assists to lead the defending champion Minnesota Stars to a 3-1 win at the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers that kept them unbeaten after seven games. The Carolina RailHawks held first-place Puerto Rico Islanders to a 1-1 tie but remain winless in nine games. The Atlanta Silverbacks are winless in eight games after their 3-2 loss at home to the Tampa Bay Rowdies, who got two first-half goals from Daniel Antoniuk. The expansion San Antonio Scorpions made it four wins in a row with a 2-0 win over FC Edmonton thanks to a goal and an assist from South African Jonathan Greenfield. For all the action ...

Results:
May 19
Carolina 1 Puerto Rico 1. Highlights
PRI: Jonathan Fana (Jay Needham) 3
CAR: Brian Shriver (Nick Zimmerman) 49
Att.: 3,020.
Atlanta 2 Tampa Bay 3. Highlights
TB: Daniel Antoniuk (Shane Hill) 12
TB: Daniel Antoniuk (Keith Savage) 37
ATL: Shane Moroney (Raphael Cox) 63
TB: Mike Ambersley (unassisted) 79
ATL: Shane Moroney (Ciaran O'Brien) 89
Att.: 5,000.
Fort Lauderdale 1 Minnesota 3. Highlights
FTL: Mark Anderson (Abe Thompson) 35  
MIN: Amani Walker (unassisted) 45
MIN: Miguel Ibarra (Amani Walker) 62 
MIN: Simone Bracalello (Amani Walker) 83
Att.: 2,720.
San Antonio 2 FC Edmonton 0. Highlights
SA: Jonathan Greenfield (unassisted) 40    
SA: Ryan Cochrane (Jonathan Greenfield) 75
Att.: 8,310.

May 16
Puerto Rico 3 Atlanta 0.
PRI: David Foley (unassisted) 52
PRI: Hector Ramos (Jarad Van Schaik) 77
PRI: Tyler Wilson (Joshua Hansen) 84
Att.: 1,175.

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
17 Puerto Rico 5-1-2 16/5
15 Minnesota 4-0-3 14/8
14 San Antonio 4-1-2 9/7
11 Tampa Bay 3-3-2 10/10
9 Ft. Lauderdale 2-3-3 11/15
7 FC Edmonton 2-4-1 6/10
5 Carolina 0-4-5 11/18
4 Atlanta 0-4-4 10/18

Schedule:
May 25
Tampa Bay vs. Minnesota
May 26
Fort Lauderdale vs. Atlanta
May 27
FC Edmonton vs. San Antonio

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