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July 1st, 2012 4:29PM
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[WEEK 17]  San Jose's comeback kids did it again. Only this time they did not leave it late. The Earthquakes rallied from 3-1 down to the Los Angeles Galaxy to win, 4-3, before more than 50,000 fans at Stanford Stadium and stretch their lead in the Western Conference to four points. D.C. United opened up a two-point lead in the Eastern Conference when it beat the Montreal Impact, 3-0, and the New York Red Bulls were tied by Toronto FC, 1-1. For all this weekend's action ...

WEEK 17,MLS GAMES:
June 30 in Stanford, Calif.
San Jose 4 Los Angeles 3. Goals: Lenhart (unassisted) 7, Bernardez (Chavez) 44, Cronin (Beitashour) 47, Wondolowski (Corrales, Chavez) 61; Beckham (unassisted) 30, own goal 36, Donovan (Jimenez, Magee) 41.
Los Angeles -- Saunders, DeLaGarza, Franklin, Dunivant (Gaul, 83), Lopes, Juninho, Jimenez (Sarvas, 81), Magee (Barrett, 75), Donovan, Beckham, Keane.
San Jose --Busch (Bingham, 46), Hernandez, Corrales, Bernardez, Beitashour, Morrow, Cronin, Chavez (Stephenson, 88), Baca, Lenhart (Gordon, 67), Wondolowski.
Referee:Hilario Grajeda.
Att.: 50,391.



June 30 in Toronto
Toronto FC 1 New York 1.Goals: Koevermans (Frings) 6; Solli (Barklage, Richards) 4.
Toronto FC --Kocic, Hall, Emory, Eckersley, Morgan, Dunfield, Frings, Avila (de Guzman, 80), Lambe (Soolsma, 67), Johnson, Koevermans (Silva, 86).
New York --Meara, Pearce (Miller, 90+), Lade, Barklage, Solli, Conde (Keel, 82), Richards, Lindpere (Palsson, 79), McCarty, Cooper, Henry.
Referee: Ricardo Salazar.
Att.:20,071.



June 30 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 3 Montreal 0. Goals:Pontius (De Rosario) 45+, Russell (Boskovic) 50, Salihi (unassisted) 90+.
D.C. United --Hamid, Russell, McDonald, Jakovic, Woolard, Kitchen, Najar, De Rosario (DeLeon, 75), Boskovic (Neal, 60), Maicon Santos (Salihi, 79), Pontius.
Montreal -- Bush, Valentin, Thomas, Wahl, Warner (Camara, 68), Mallace (Brovsky, 46), Felipe (Di Vaio, 46), Arnaud, Mapp, Ubiparipovic, Nyassi.
Referee: Paul Ward.
Att.:18,302.



June 30 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 2 Seattle 2.
Goals: Sene (Brettschneider) 12, Fagundez 1 (Cardenas) 90; Johnson (Rosales) 23, Johnson 7 (Burch) 36.
New England -- Reis, Lechner (Fagundez, 80), McCarthy, Soares, Tierney, Nguyen, Feilhaber, Simms (Rowe, 64), Joseph, Brettschneider (Cardenas, 71), Sene.
Seattle FC --Weber (Meredith, 46), Johansson, Ianni, Burch, Scott, Rose, Rosales, Evans (Fernandez, 56), Alonso, Caskey (Gonzalez, 80), Johnson.
Referee:Edvin Jurisevic.



June 30 in Columbus, Ohio
Columbus 2 Real Salt Lake 0.Goals: Tchani 2 (Renteria) 16, Gaven 4 (Birchall, Williams) 43.
Columbus --Gruenebaum, O'Rourke, James, Miranda, Williams, Vukovic, Tchani (George, 70), Birchall, Gaven, Schoenfeld (Mirosevic, 52), Renteria (Meram, 79).
Real Salt Lake --Rimando, Tanaka (Gil, 73), Beltran, Wingert, Borchers, Steele, Morales, Johnson, Alvarez, Saborio (Bonfigli, 61), Espindola (Paulo Jr., 64).
Referee: Geoff Gamble.



June 30 in Houston
Houston 2 Philadelphia 1.
Goals: Davis (Kandji, Garcia) 19, Ching 2 (pen.) 83; Daniel (Carroll) 46.
Houston --Hall, Taylor, Boswell, Hainault, Cameron, Ashe, Luiz Camargo (Creavalle, 79), Davis, Garcia, Bruin (Ching, 74), Kandji (Ownby, 71).
Philadelphia --MacMath, Valdes, Williams (Adu, 84), G.Farfan, Carroll, M.Farfan, Okugo, Daniel, Gomez (Lahoud, 75), Pajoy, Perlaza (Hoppenot, 64).
Referee:Fotis Bazakos.



June 30 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 3 Portland 0.
Goals: Castrillon (Freeman) 18, Casey (Mullan) 22, Smith (Cascio) 90.
Colorado --Pickens, Wynne, Zapata, Freeman, Moor, Rivero, Castrillon (Thompson, 80), Larentowicz, Mullan, Cummings (Cascio, 74), Casey (Smith, 74).
Portland --Perkins, Horst, Danso, Smith (Wallace, 70), Nagbe, Songo'o (Alexander, 38), Jewsbury, Zizzo, Chara, Boyd (Mwanga, 60), Fucito.
Referee:Chris Penso.



June 29
Sporting KC 0 Chicago 1.Goal: Pappa (Rolfe) 58.
Sporting KC --Nielsen, Sinovic, Collin, Olum (Besler, 19), Myers, Zusi, Julio Cesar (Joseph, 82), Kamara, Espinoza, Sapong (Saad, 72), Bunbury.
Chicago --Johnson, Friedrich (Jumper, 78), Anibaba, Berry, Gargan, Pappa (Alex, 64), Pause, Pardo, Oduro, Nyarko (Robayo, 82), Rolfe.
Referee: Baldomero Toledo.
Att.:19,274.



June 27 in Montreal
Montreal 0 Toronto FC 3.Goals: Frings (unassisted) 52, Johnson (Soolsma) 72, Koevermans (Morgan, Johnson) 78.
Montreal --Ricketts, Valentin (Sebrango, 65), Thomas, Brovsky, Neagle (Ubiparipovic, 76), Warner, Arnaud, Bernier, Camara, Felipe, Di Vaio (Nyassi, 55).
Toronto FC -- Kocic; Hall (Soolsma, 46), Emory, Morgan, Eckersley, Avila (Lambe, 73), de Guzman (Henry, 57), Frings, Dunfield, Johnson, Koevermans.
Referee: Geoff Gamble.
Att.:14,412.

STANDINGS:


STANDINGS:

EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
33 D.C. United 10-5-3 34/22
31 New York 9-4-4 32/25
29 Sporting KC 9-5-2 20/16
27 Chicago 8-5-3 21/19
23 Houston 6-5-5 22/24
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22 Columbus 6-5-4 16/15
19 New England 5-7-4 22/22
18 Montreal 5-10-3 24/32
11 Philadelphia 3-9-2 13/17
9 Toronto FC 2-10-3 17/29

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
36 San Jose 11-3-3 35/22
32 Real Salt Lake 10-6-2 28/21
26 Seattle 7-5-5 21/18
26 Vancouver 7-4-5 18/19
22 Colorado 7-8-1 24/21
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20 Los Angeles 6-9-2 25/27
19 Chivas USA 5-7-4 11/18
16 Portland 4-7-4 14/20
14 FC Dallas 3-9-5 16/26



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