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August 3rd, 2012 12:21AM

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[DATEBOOK] The first-place San Antonio Scorpions will finish their three-game homestand on Sunday when they host the third-place Puerto Rico Islanders. The Islanders dropped their 2012-13 Concacaf Champions League opener, falling 3-1 to Isidro Metapan in El Salvador. Nicholas Addlery opened the scoring for the Islanders with his ninth career Champions League goal, but Nicolas Munoz responded with a hat trick to give Metapan the win. In other NASL weekend action, the second-place Tampa Bay Rowdies, winners of seven of eight games, travel to the Carolina RailHawks. For all the action ...

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
35 San Antonio 10-2-5 33/15
33 Tampa Bay 9-6-3 26/21
31 Puerto Rico 9-6-4 25/19
27 Ft. Lauderdale 7-7-6 32/34
26 Minnesota 7-7-5 25/25
24 Carolina 6-6-6 29/34
16 FC Edmonton 4-10-4 15/20
14 Atlanta 3-11-5 23/40

Schedule:
Aug. 4
Carolina vs. Tampa Bay
Atlanta vs. Fort Lauderdale
FC Edmonton vs. Minnesota
Aug. 5
San Antonio vs. Puerto Rico
Aug. 8
FC Edmonton vs. San Antonio
Aug. 11
Fort Lauderdale vs. Carolina
Tampa Bay vs. Atlanta
Minnesota vs. San Antonio
Aug. 12
FC Edmonton vs. Puerto Rico
Aug. 18
Carolina vs. FC Edmonton
Atlanta vs. Minnesota
Puerto Rico vs. Fort Lauderdale
Aug. 19
San Antonio vs. Tampa Bay

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