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MLS Results for June 28
June 29th, 2003 2:08PM

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June 28 in Naperville, Ill.

Chicago 2 MetroStars 1 (OT). Goals: Ralph (Mapp, Williams) 35, Razov (Beasley) 94; Clark 60.

Chicago - Thornton, Brown, Bocanegra, Curtin, Mapp (Whitfield, 90), Armas, Pause (Marsch, 61), Williams (Gray, 92), Beasley, Ralph, Razov.

MetroStars - Howard, Ziadie, Arena, Forchetti, Regan (Bartolomeu, 60), Clark, Guevara, Williams, Lisi, Magee, Mathis (Moreno, 90).

Yellow Card - Armas 59, Beasley 89; MetroStar - Clark 44, Arena 55.

Referee: Jair Marrufo.

Att.: 12,690.

June 28 in Foxboro, Mass.

New England 3 Colorado 2. Goals: Harris (Noonan, Cullen) 7, Twellman (Vazquez) 80; own goal 84; Chung (Beckerman) 34, Spencer (Kingsley) 66.

New England - Brown, Heaps, Llamosa, Pierce, Franchino, Ralston, Cullen (Vazquez, 57), Joseph, Kamler (Moore, 79), Harris, Noonan (Twellman, 62).

Colorado - Garlick, Hart, Borchers, Mastroeni, Kotschau, Kingsley, Beckerman, Trembly, Chung, Spencer, Carrieri (Schmidt, 74).

Yellow Cards: New England - Pierce 30, Ralston 78.

Referee: Noel Kenny.

Att.: 15,839.

June 28 in Columbus

Columbus 3 DC United 0. Goals: West 8, McBride (West, Paule) 25, Walsh (Dunseth) 60.

Columbus - Presthus, Hejduk, Dunseth (Akwari, 89), McCarty, Torres, West (Garcia, 67), Maisonneuve (Oughton, 60), Paule, Denton, Walsh, McBride.

DC United - Rimando, Nelsen, Petke, Ivanov, Olsen, Convey, Etcheverry, Stewart, Kovalenko (Barclay, 63), Curtis (Eskandarian, 82), Stoitchkov (Prideaux, 46).

Yellow Cards: Columbus - Dunseth 18, Hejduk 62; DC United - Convey 37.

Referee: Alex Prus.

Att.: 16,489.

June 28 in San Jose

San Jose 0 Kansas City 0 (OT).

San Jose - Onstad, Roner, Agoos, Waibel, Dunivant, Russell (Ching, 74), Ekelund (Walker, 90), Mulrooney, Corrales (Alvarez, 87), Mullan, Donovan.

Kansas City - Meola, Klein, Conrad, Garcia, Armstrong, Quill, Gomez (Zotinca, 64), Preki (Brown, 84), Zavagnin, Simutenkov, Wolff (Arnaud, 99).

Yellow Cards: San Jose - Corrales 65, Ekelund 90; Zavagnin 29, Simutenkov 77, Garcia 79, Garcia 82.

Red Card: Kansas City - Garcia 82.

Referee: Jesse Johnson.

Att.: 7,817.

June 28 in Carson, Calif.

Los Angeles 3 Dallas 0. Goals: Victorine (Albright, Moreno) 20, Albright (Ruiz, Jones) 60, Ruiz pen. 63.

Los Angeles - Hartman, Hong, Lalas, Califf, Albright (Vagenas, 82), Pineda Chacon (Cienfuegos, 65), Elliott, Victorine, Jones (Gonzalez, 74), Ruiz, Moreno.

Dallas - Countess, Suarez, Morrow, Thomas, Behncke, Vaca, Deering, Pareja (Martinez, 65), Davis, Kreis (Cerritos, 65), Rhine (Johnson, 63).

Referee: Ali Saheli.

Att.: 18,165.



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