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Chicago, Montreal, San Jose and Seattle claim titles
February 23rd, 2013 11:06PM
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[MLS PRESEASON: Rewind] Chicago (Carolina Challenge Cup), Montreal (Disney Pro Soccer Classic), San Jose (Portland Preseason Tournament) and Seattle (Desert Diamond Cup) won the four preseason tournaments on the final weekend before the start of the 2013 MLS season.

MLS PRESEASON RESULTS:
Sunday, Feb. 24
Kirk Urso Memorial
:
Carolina RailHawks 0 Vancouver 3(Camilo 3).

Friendly:
Columbus 1
(Warzycha) Univ. of North Carolina 0.


Saturday, Feb. 23
Carolina Challenge Cup:
Charleston Battery 2(Kelly, Savage)Houston1 (Barnes).
Chicago1 (Maicon Santos)Vancouver 1(Mattocks).

Desert Diamond Cup:
New England 2(Nguyen, Bengtson)New York 0.
Seattle 1(Caskey)Real Salt Lake 0.

Disney Pro Soccer Classic:
Montreal 1(Mapp)Columbus 0.
Sporting KC 1
(Bieler) Toronto FC 0
D.C United 2
(De Rosario pen., Pajoy)Philadelphia 0.

Portland Preseason Tournament:
San Jose 2 (
Wondolowski, Fucito)FC Dallas1 (Jackson).
Portland 1(Harrington)AIK Stockholm1 (Goitom).

Friendly:
Chivas USA 5
(Casillas 2, Rivera, Avila, Bowen)Los Angeles Blues 1(Davis).

Friday, Feb. 22
Friendlies:
Colorado 0 Los Angeles 0.

Seattle 0 Veracruz 0.

UC Santa Barbara 0 Colorado "B" 0.



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