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Galaxy and Dynamo capture division titles
October 15th, 2012 4:12PM

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[MLS RESERVE LEAGUE] Major League Soccer was off this past week, but players were still in action in the Reserve League, where the Los Angeles Galaxy and Houston Dynamo clinched divisional titles.

The Galaxy win its first-ever Reserve League division title with a 6-0 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps, pulling away with five second-half goals on Friday.

Jack McBean led the Galaxy with two goals, while Pat Noonan and Rafael Garcia each had a goal and an assist.

Cam Weaver scored both goals for the Houston Dynamo as it captured the Central/Mountain division championship with a 2-1 win over the Chicago Fire on Saturday morning.

Weaver completed a five-goal haul for the week after recording a hat trick on Wednesday at Real Salt Lake. He led the Dynamo reserves with 11 goals in nine games.

It is Houston’s second MLS Reserve League division title. The Dynamo captured the division crown in 2008.
 
Oct. 12 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 6 Vancouver 0. Goals: Noonan (Garcia) 8, Meyer (unassisted) 55, Garcia (Noonan, Gaul) 63, Boyens (Walker) 70,  McBean (Mendiola) 88, McBean (Mendiola, Stephens) 91+.
Los Angeles -- Perk, Jordan (Sorto 68), Boyens, Lopes (Meyer 46), Gaul; Jimenez, Walker, Garcia (Murphy 85), Stephens; Noonan (Mendiola 74), Buddle (McBean 46).
Vancouver -- Sylvestre; Klazura, Bonjour, Davidson, Adekugbe; Teibert, Nanchoff, Ulisses, Lensky (Farmer 63); Barbara (Froese, 68), Salgado.

Oct. 13 in Houston
Houston 2 Chicago 1. Goals: Weaver (pen.) 5, Weaver (Dixon) 70; Pineda 29.
Houston -- Deric; Sarkodie, Creavalle, Sturgis, Coelho, Dixon, Barnes (Brian Ownby), Luiz Camargo, C.Clark; Weaver; Ching (Rolfe 63)
Chicago -- Nolly; Gargan, Kinney, Heffer, Jumper; Videira, Bone, Alex, Pineda; Walls (Epps 72), Gulley (DeLass 64)

EASTERN DIVISION
PTS TEAM W-L-T
22 Montreal 7-2-1
19 Columbus 6-2-1
11 Philadelphia 3-4-3
11 New York 3-5-2
10 D.C. United 3-4-1
9 New England 2-5-3
8 Toronto FC 2-4-2
CENTRAL/MOUNTAIN DIVISION
PTS TEAM W-L-T
20 Houston 6-2-2
18 FC Dallas 6-3-1
16 Colorado 5-4-1
12 Chicago 4-6-0
11 Real Salt Lake 3-5-2
8 Sporting KC 2-6-2
WEST DIVISION
PTS TEAM W-L-T
19 Los Angeles 6-3-1
17 San Jose 5-3-2
13 Seattle 4-5-1
13 Portland 4-5-1
12 Chivas USA 3-4-3
11 Vancouver  3-5-2



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