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Orlando City's Dwyer takes over scoring lead
April 28th, 2013 10PM

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[USL PRO REWIND: Week 6] Dom Dwyer, who is playing on loan from MLS's Sporting Kansas City, scored two goals to give him a league-high five goals in Orlando City' 4-0 win over the Dayton Dutch Lions in front of a regular-season record crowd -- the second in two weeks -- of 9,589 fans at the Florida Citrus Bowl.

“It was a very good, professional performance tonight,” said Orlando City coach Adrian Heath. “I’m proud of the boys.“

Dennis Chin, the 2012 USL PRO scoring champion who was making his first start for Orlando in the 2013 regular season, opened the scoring and after Dwyer made it 2-0, the Englishman was taken down for a penalty Jamie Watson converted to make it 3-0 after only 39 minutes.

Orlando City-Dayton Highlights:



-- Lucky Mkosana scored twice as the Harrisburg City Islanders won their 100th game in team history with a 5-1 win over the struggling Rochester Rhinos. Philadelphia Union loan player Jimmy McLaughlin, Yann Ekra and Sainey Touray also scored for the City Islanders. Former Islander Bilal Duckett scored the lone goal for Rochester, which is 0-4-1.

-- Midfielder Mike Azira scored both goals to give the Charleston Battery a 2-0 win over the Pittsburgh Riverhounds  in front of 3,262 fans at Blackbaud Stadium.

Sunday ...

Brazilians Diego Faria and Netinho scored for Phoenix FC, which also got an own goal in a 3-1 win over the visiting Wilmington Hammerheads to snap a three-game winless streak.

Friday ...

The Los Angeles Blues had taken over the temporary lead with a 4-0 win over the Wilmington Hammerheads on goals by Shay Spitz, Mehrsan Momeni, Chris Cortez and Juan Perez-Bernal. The Hammerheads were reduced to 10 men after less than a minute when Paul Nicholson was red carded. For all the weekend action ...

-- The Charlotte Eagles remained unbeaten (2-0-2) with a 2-0 win over the winless Pittsburgh Riverhounds on goals by Christian Ramirez and Christian Meza. Pittsburgh played 66 minutes with 10 men following a red card to Anthony Vazquez.

-- The Dayton Dutch Lions won their second game in a row with a 1-0 victory at VSI Tampa Bay FC on substitute Brandon Swartzendruber's goal in the 68th minute off Eric Kissinger’s cross.

USL PRO RESULTS, Week 6
Sunday, April 28
Phoenix FC 3 Wilmington 1

Saturday, April 27
Harrisburg 5 Rochester 1
Charleston 2 Pittsburgh 0
Orlando City 4 Dayton 0

Friday, April 26
Charlotte 2 Pittsburgh 0
Los Angeles 4 Wilmington 0
VSI Tampa Bay FC 0 Dayton 1

Tuesday, April 23
Charlotte 1 Orlando City 1

Monday, April 22
Real Salt Lake Reserves 0 Phoenix FC 0

USL PRO STANDINGS:
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/1
13 Orlando City 4-1-1 14/6
12 Los Angeles 4-3-0 14/8
9 Harrisburg 3-0-0 9/3
9 VSI Tampa Bay FC 3-2-0 8/6
8 Charlotte 2-0-2 5/1
7 Richmond 2-0-1 8/2
6 Charleston 2-1-0 7/4
6 Dayton 2-1-0 3/5
7 Phoenix FC 2-3-1 6/9
3 Wilmington 1-2-0 3/7
1 Pittsburgh 0-4-1 2/8
1 Rochester 0-4-1 2/15
0 Barracuda FC 0-3-0 0/8

USL PRO SCHEDULE, Week 7
Tuesday, April 30
Orlando City vs. VSI Tampa Bay FC
Wednesday, May 1
Harrisburg vs. Charleston 
Friday, May 3
Dayton vs. Charleston
Wilmington vs. Richmond
VSI Tampa Bay FC  vs. Barracuda FC
Phoenix FC vs. Pittsburgh
Saturday, May 4
Richmond vs. Charlotte
Rochester vs.  Harrisburg
Orlando City vs. Barracuda FC
Sunday, May 5
Los Angeles vs. Pittsburgh

USL PRO SCHEDULE, Week 8
Tuesday, May 7
Los Angeles Galaxy Reserves vs. Los Angeles
Thursday, May 9
Pittsburgh vs. Phoenix FC
Friday, May 10
Harrisburg vs. Barracuda FC  
Wilmington vs. Rochester
Saturday, May 11
Richmond vs. Barracuda FC
Charleston vs. Wilmington
Dayton vs. Phoenix FC
Sunday, May 12
Seattle Sounders Reserves vs. Orlando City

USL PRO SCHEDULE, Week 9
Tuesday, May 14
Charlotte vs. Charleston
Friday, May 17
Harrisburg vs. Orlando City
Richmond vs. Los Angeles
Saturday, May 18
Pittsburgh vs. Dayton
Rochester vs. Orlando City
Wilmington vs. Los Angeles
Sunday, May 19
Houston Dynamo Reserves vs. Charleston



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