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Dwyer breaks scoring record in nine games
May 17th, 2013 9:55PM
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[USL PRO REWIND: Week 9] It took only nine games, but Englishman Dom Dwyer, on loan from Sporting Kansas City, broke the Orlando City single-season scoring record with his 11th and 12 goals of the season in its 2-2 tie the Harrisburg City Islanders in their top-of-the-table clash at Skyline Sports Complex Friday night. It was Dwyer's fourth straight multiple-goal game.

Gambian forward Sainey Touray opened the scoring for Harrisburg with his fifth goal of the season, but Dwyer responded with a rocket on a free kick from 23 yards and a goal from close range for first-place Orlando.

But Harrisburg’s Yann Ekra scored on an individual effort to tie the match at 2-2 in the 72nd minute.

May 17 in Harrisburg, Pa.
Harrisburg 2 Orlando City 2. Goals: Touray 16, Ekra 72; Dwyer 22, 55.
Harrisburg -- Noble, Basso, Jordan, Andrews, Zizzi, Pelletier, Hernandez (Ribeiro 79), Ekra (Hardware 75), Anding, Langly (Mkosana 66), Touray (McLaughlin 81).
Orlando City -- Gallardo, Burke, Songo’o, Valentino, Boden, Molino, Duke, O’Connor, Watson (Mendoza 60), Dwyer, Chin (Tan 60).

Friday, May 17
Harrisburg 2 Orlando City 2
Richmond 1 Los Angeles 1
Tuesday, May 14
Charlotte 1 Charleston 0

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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20 Orlando City 6-1-2 25/10
16 Harrisburg 5-1-1 17/7
15 Richmond 4-0-3 18/8
15 Charleston 5-2-0 14/8
14 Los Angeles 4-4-2 18/13
12 Charlotte 3-0-3 9/4
12 VSI Tampa Bay FC 4-2-0 11/7
9 Dayton 3-2-0 7/8
8 Phoenix FC 2-5-2 11/16
6 Pittsburgh 1-4-3 5/10
4 Rochester 1-5-1 4/16
3 Wilmington 1-5-0 5/14
0 Barracuda FC 0-7-0 5/26

Thursday, May 23
Phoenix FC vs. Charlotte
Friday, May 24
Pittsburgh vs. Barracuda FC
Richmond vs. Harrisburg
Saturday, May 25
Charleston vs. Rochester
Orlando City vs. Wilmington
Los Angeles vs. Charlotte
Sunday, May 26
Dayton vs. Barracuda FC
VSI Tampa Bay FC vs. Wilmington

Friday, May 31
Richmond vs. Phoenix FC
Charleston vs. Harrisburg
Rochester vs. Los Angeles
Saturday, June 1
Pittsburgh vs. Rochester
VSI Tampa Bay FC vs. Portland Timbers Reserves
Wilmington vs. Phoenix FC
Charlotte vs. Harrisburg
Sunday, June 2
Dayton vs. Los Angeles

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