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June 20th, 2013 10:53PM
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[USL PRO SCHEDULE: Week 14] The Harrisburg City Islanders can move to within one point of the idle leader Orlando City with a win over the Pittsburgh Riverhounds Friday night in the Keystone Derby. The Islanders have won four out of their last five league games, while the Riverhounds are unbeaten in their last eight league games to move into ninth place after starting out 0-4-1.

The Islanders defeated Pittsburgh, 2-1, in the Riverhounds' home opener at new Highmark Stadium on late goals from Lucky Mkosana and Sainey Touray, who leads the Islanders with seven goals and four assists.

Stephen Basso and Touray scored for the Islanders in their 4-2 loss to MLS's Philadelphia Union in a midweek exhibition.

Jose Angulo, who had the lone Riverhound goal in the first Keystone Derby, leads Pittsburgh with seven goals.

USL PRO SCHEDULE, Week 14
Friday, June 21
Charlotte vs. VSI Tampa Bay FC
Harrisburg vs. Pittsburgh
Rochester vs. Barracuda FC
Phoenix FC vs. Dayton
Saturday, June 22
Richmond vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC Reserves
Charleston vs. VSI Tampa Bay FC
Wilmington vs. Charlotte
Sunday, June 23
Pittsburgh vs. Barracuda FC
Los Angeles vs. Dayton

USL PRO STANDINGS:
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/1
32 Orlando City 10-1-2 34/11
28 Harrisburg 9-3-1 29/14
25 Richmond 7-0-4 26/8
25 Charleston 7-3-4 24/15
22 VSI Tampa Bay FC 7-5-1 26/16
20 Los Angeles 5-5-5 26/21
17 Charlotte 4-2-5 18/17
18 Dayton 5-2-3 18/17
15 Pittsburgh 3-4-6 13/13
13 Wilmington 4-8-1 12/24
10 Phoenix FC 2-9-4 14/24
11 Rochester 2-7-5 11/24
0 Barracuda FC 0-13-0 6/48


USL PRO SCHEDULE, Week 15
Friday, June 28
Dayton vs. Charlotte
Harrisburg vs. Phoenix FC
Saturday, June 29
Rochester vs. Phoenix FC
Orlando City vs. Richmond
Chicago Fire Reserves vs. Charlotte
Sun, June 30
New York Red Bulls Reserves vs. Wilmington
VSI Tampa Bay FC vs. Richmond

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