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MLS Rewind ...
June 17th, 2012 3:59PM

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[WEEK 15] D.C. United took over first place in the Eastern Conference when it beat the Philadelphia Union, 1-0, and the New York Red Bulls fell to the Chicago Fire, 3-1. The Los Angeles Galaxy's eight-game winless streak ended Sunday when it beat the Portland Timbers, 1-0. Both coaches making their MLS head coaching debuts lost on Saturday. John Hackworth's Philadelphia Union fell to D.C. United, while Paul Mariner's Toronto FC is now 1-10-0 after its 2-0 loss at Sporting Kansas City. The surprise result was the Montreal Impact's 4-1 win over the Seattle Sounders. Patrice Bernier had three assists for Montreal. For all the action ...

June 17 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 3 New York 1.
Goals: Nyarko (Grazzini) 4, Segares (Oduro) 68, Rolfe (Nyarko) 81; McCarty (Ballouchy) 55.
Chicago -- Johnson; Gargan, Anibaba, Berry, Segares; Pause, Pardo; Nyarko, Grazzini (Rolfe 61), Pappa (Jumper 85); Oduro (Robayo 76).
New York --
Meara; Barklage (Lade 71), Holgersson, Conde, Miller (Ballouchy 46); Richards, Solli, Pearce, McCarty (Palsson 89), Lindpere; Cooper.
Referee: Baldomero Toledo.

June 17 in Carson, Calif.

Los Angeles 0 Portland 1. Goal: Dunivant (Beckham), 61
Los Angeles -- Saunders, Franklin, Lopes, DeLaGarza, Dunivant, Jordan (Nakazawa, 80), Beckham, Juninho, Sarvas, Barrett (McBean, 82), Donovan.
Portland -- Perkins, Jewsbury, Mosquera, Horst, Chabala, Alhassan (Alexander, 79), Chara, Nagbe, Songo’o (Zizzo, 65), Mwanga, Boyd (Fucito, 73)
Referee: Geoff Gamble.
Att.: 20,611.

June 16 in Houston
Houston 2 FC Dallas 1. Goals: Bruin (unassisted) 83, Moffat (unassisted) 76; Jackson (unassisted) 59
Houston -- Hall; Taylor, Boswell, Cameron, Ashe; Carr (Clark 45), Moffat, Watson (Luiz Camargo 75), Davis; Bruin, Ching (Kandji 77).
FC Dallas -- Hartman; Lloyd, Hedges, Pertuz; Benitez; Jackson, Castillo (Rodriguez 67), D.Hernandez, Jacobsen, Leyva (Wiedeman 58); Sealy (Marcelin 87)
Referee: Jair Marrufo.
Att.: 22,039.

June 16 in Carson, Calif.
Chivas USA 0 Real Salt Lake 3. Goals: Espindola (Beckerman) 41, Espindola (Grabavoy) 54, Johnson (Morales, Beckerman) 94+.
Chivas USA -- Kennedy; Jazic, McKenzie, Califf, Riley; Moreno, Gavin (Smith 60), Zemanski, Minda (Romero); Agudelo, Angel.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando; Beltran, Olave (Morales 61), Borchers, Wingert; Beckerman, Steele, Johnson, Grabavoy; Espindola (Paulo Jr. 90), Saborio (Alvarez 86)
Referee: Yader Reyes.
Att.: 13,816

June 16 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 0 Columbus 0.
New England -- Reis; Tierney, Soares, McCarthy, Alston, Nguyen, Feilhaber, Joseph, Cardenas (Rowe 63), Sene, Moreno (Brettschneider 46).
Columbus -- Gruenebaum, Miranda, Williams, Mendes (Gehrig 46), Vukovic, George, Mirosevic, Tchani, Meram (Anor 72), Gaven, Renteria (Finlay 91+)
Referee: Hilario Grajeda.
Att.: 12,218

June 16 in Montreal
Montreal 4 Seattle 1. Goals: Felipe (Bernier) 18, Mapp (Bernier) 51, Wenger (Bernier) 58, Neagle 87; Johnson (Montero, Fernandez) 61.
Montreal -- Ricketts; Valentin, Ferrari (Thomas 33), Rivas, Brovsky, Arnaud, Bernier (Corradi 77), Felipe, Warner, Mapp (Neagle 62), Wenger.
Seattle -- Meredith; Scott, Parke, Hurtado, Burch, Rosales (Cato 71), Rose, Evans, Fernandez (Caskey 62), Montero, Johnson (Carrasco 82).
Red Card: Seattle -- Hurtado 56.
Referee: Mark Geiger.
Att.: 17,112.

June 16 in Chester, Pa.
Philadelphia 0 D.C. United 1. Goal: Pontius (Boskovic) 78.
Philadelphia -- MacMath, G.Farfan (Perlaza, 82), Valdes, Lahoud, Williams, Adu, Carroll, Okugo, M.Farfan, McInerney (Hoffman, 74), Martinez (Hoppenot, 62).
D.C. United -- Hamid, Woolard, McDonald, Russell, Jakovic, DeLeon (Neal, 61), De Rosario, Najar, Kitchen, Maicon Santos (Boskovic, 72), Pontius (Salihi, 82).
Referee: Ricardo Salazar.

June 16 in Vancouver
Vancouver 1 Colorado 0. Goals: Le Toux (Chiumiento), 80.
Vancouver -- Cannon, Bonjour, Lee, DeMerit, Rochat, Thorrington (Hassli, 86), Chiumiento (Harvey, 83), Koffie, Davidson, Le Toux, Mattocks.
Colorado -- Pickens, Freeman, Kimura (Casey, 72), Moor, Palguta, Rivero, Castrillon, Cascio (Hill, 76), Mullan, Larentowicz, Edu.
Red Card: Vancouver -- Mattocks 60.
Referee: Jason Anno.
Att.: 19,166.

June 16 in Kansas City, Kan.
Sporting KC 2 Toronto FC 0. Goals: Sapong (Peterson, Myers) 18, Julio Cesar (Zusi) 34.
Sporting KC -- Nielsen, Sinovic, Collin, Olum, Myers, Zusi (Warzycha, 90+), Julio Cesar, Peterson (Saad, 73), Espinoza (Joseph, 89), Sapong, Bunbury.
Toronto FC -- Kocic, Henry, Cann (Morgan, 46), Hall, Eckersley, Avila (de Guzman, 62), Frings, Dunfield, Johnson, Lambe (Silva, 62), Koevermans.
Referee: Paul Ward.
Att.: 20,488.

30 D.C. United 9-4-3 29/19
28 Sporting KC 9-3-1 19/10
26 New York 8-4-2 27/21
19 Columbus 5-4-4 13/13
19 Houston 5-4-4 15/16
21 Chicago 6-5-3 18/18
17 New England 5-7-2 18/18
15 Montreal 4-7-3 19/22
8 Philadelphia 2-8-2 8/15
3 Toronto FC 1-10-0 8/23

32 Real Salt Lake 10-3-2 25/14
27 San Jose 8-3-3 27/17
25 Vancouver 7-3-4 17/15
24 Seattle 7-4-3 17/13
19 Colorado 6-7-1 20/19
15 Chivas USA 4-7-3 9/17
14 Los Angeles 4-8-2 16/21
13 Portland 3-6-4 12/16
13 FC Dallas 3-9-4 16/26
Note: All times ET.

June 17
Chicago vs. New York, 5 pm NBCSN
Los Angeles vs. Portland, 7 pm
June 20
Real Salt Lake vs. Los Angeles, 9 pm
Houston  vs. Toronto FC, 9 pm
Colorado  vs. San Jose, 9:30 pm
Seattle  vs. Sporting KC, 10 pm
Chivas USA   vs. Montreal, 10:30 pm
Vancouver  vs. New York, 11 pm
June 23
Toronto FC vs. New England, 5:30 pm
Philadelphia vs. Sporting KC, 7 pm
Montreal vs. Houston, 7:30 pm
Chicago vs. Columbus, 8:30 pm
Real Salt Lake vs. San Jose, 9 pm
FC Dallas vs. Chivas USA, 9 pm Galavision
Los Angeles vs. Vancouver, 10:30 pm
June 24
Portland vs. Seattle, 5 pm ESPN ESPN Deportes
New York vs. D.C. United, 7 pm NBCSN

June 27
Montreal vs. Toronto FC, 7:30 pm
June 29
Sporting KC vs. Chicago, 8 pm NBCSN
June 30
Toronto FC vs. New York, 7 pm Galavision
D.C. United vs. Montreal, 7:30 pm
New England vs. Seattle, 7:30 pm
Columbus vs. Real Salt Lake, 8 pm
Houston vs. Philadelphia, 8:30 pm
Colorado vs. Portland, 9 pm
San Jose vs. Los Angeles, 10 pm ESPN2 ESPN Deportes
(in Stanford, Calif.)

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