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Dayton's unbeaten streak reaches five games
May 27th, 2013 1:40AM
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[USL PRO REWIND: Week 10] The Dayton Dutch Lions got goals from Joey Madigan, Eli Garner and Remco Klaasse to beat Antigua Barracuda FC, 3-1, Sunday night and extend their undefeated streak to five games in all competitions. Barracuda FC, which is playing all its games on the road and all but two as back-to-back games or games 48 hours apart, is now 0-9-0 with all its losses by two or more goals.

-- J.T. Noone
scored the only goal as VSI Tampa Bay FC earned a 1-0 victory over the struggling Wilmington Hammerheads before only 253 fans at Plant City Stadium.

Saturday ...

Dom Dwyer
scored his 13th goal in 11 games for first-place Orlando City's first goal in a 4-1 win over the Wilmington Hammerheads before 8,394 fans. The goal tied Dwyer for most goals scored in USL PRO regular-season history, originally set by Jhonny Arteaga of FC New York when he struck 13 times in 2011. Jamie Watson, Bryan Burke and Rob Valentino also scored for the Lions, who opened up a seven-point lead over second-place Charleston.

-- The Battery had to settle for a 0-0 tie with Rochester in the Rhinos' first game since president Pat Ercoli took over as head coach.

-- The Los Angeles Blues jumped out to a 4-0 first-half lead and then held off a late Charlotte rally for a 4-3 win  to hand the Eagles their first loss of the season. Chris Cortez had two first-half goals for the Blues, while Jorge Herrera scored twice for Charlotte, whose loss leaves the Richmond Kickers as the only unbeaten team in USL PRO.

Friday ...

D.C. United's latest homegrown signing, Jamaican U-17 Michael Seaton, and midfielder Nate Robinson scored to give the Kickers a 2-0 win over Harrisburg. Kickers goalkeeper Andrew Dykstra, another D.C. loan player, posted nine saves to record his third shutout of the season.

-- The Pittsburgh Riverhounds got goals from Mike Seth and Matt Dallman in a 2-0 victory over Antigua Barracuda FC at Highmark Stadium. The Riverhounds finished the month undefeated in USL PRO play, extending their streak to five games.

Sunday, May 26
Dayton 3 Barracuda FC 1
VSI Tampa Bay FC 1 Wilmington 0

Saturday, May 25
Charleston 0 Rochester 0
Orlando City 4 Wilmington 1
Los Angeles 4 Charlotte 3

Friday, May 24
Pittsburgh 2 Barracuda FC 0
Richmond 2 Harrisburg 0

Thursday, May 23
Phoenix FC 2 Charlotte 2

26 Orlando City 8-1-2 30/11
19 Charleston 6-2-1 15/8
18 Richmond 5-0-3 20/8
17 Los Angeles 5-5-2 23/18
16 Harrisburg 5-2-1 17/9
15 VSI Tampa Bay FC 5-3-0 12/7
13 Charlotte 3-1-4 14/10
13 Dayton 4-2-1 12/12
10 Pittsburgh 2-4-4 9/12
9 Phoenix FC 2-5-3 13/18
6 Wilmington 2-7-0 8/20
5 Rochester 1-6-2 4/17
0 Barracuda FC 0-9-0 5/31

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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