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Watson's goals power Orlando past Charleston
July 12th, 2013 3:33AM

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[USL PRO REWIND: Week 17] Jamie Watson scored a goal in each half to propel first-place Orlando City to a 2-1 win over Charleston Battery in front of 8,729 fans -- a club mid-week record crowd -- at the Florida Citrus Bowl. The game marked the debut of 2011 MLS Rookie of the Year C.J. Sapong, who joined Orlando on loan from Sporting Kansas City.

“It’s a huge relief to get this tonight,” said Orlando City coach Adrian Heath. “After losing players and a few past results, it was important to get three points.”

Defender Kevin Ellis and Sapong arrived in Central Florida earlier in the afternoon and both started.

-- In his pro debut, Lalo Fernandez, on loan from Real Salt Lake, made two saves and earned the shutout in Phoenix FC's 1-0 win over Antigua Barracuda FC, which fell to 0-18-0 with the loss.

USL PRO
REWIND, Week 17:
Thursday, July 11
Orlando City 2 Charleston 1
Phoenix 1 Barracuda FC 0

Wednesday, July 10
Harrisburg 2 Los Angeles 4
Columbus Crew Reserves 3 Dayton 1

USL PRO SCHEDULE, Week 17:
Friday, July 12
Rochester vs. Richmond
Saturday, July 13
Harrisburg vs. Richmond
VSI Tampa Bay FC vs. Charleston
Charlotte vs. Wilmington
Los Angeles vs. Barracuda FC
Sunday, July 14
Dayton vs. Orlando City 

USL PRO STANDINGS:
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/1
37 Orlando City 11-2-4 39/17
33 Richmond 9-0-6 32/11
31 Harrisburg 10-6-1 37/25
29 Los Angeles 8-6-5 38/25
29 Charlotte 7-2-8 28/24
27 Charleston 7-4-6 26/18
26 Dayton 7-4-5 27/26
24 VSI Tampa Bay FC 7-6-3 26/17
21 Pittsburgh 5-6-6 24/22
21 Wilmington 6-8-3 18/28
18 Phoenix FC 4-10-6 17/26
16 Rochester 3-8-7 16/30
0 Barracuda FC 0-18-0 8/62

USL LEADING SCORERS:
G PLAYER, TEAM
15 Dom Dwyer, Orlando City
11+1 Sainey Touray, Harrisburg
11 Jose Angulo, Pittsburgh
10+2 Jamie Watson, Orlando City

USL PRO SCHEDULE, Week 18:
Monday, July 15
San Jose Earthquakes Reserves vs. Barracuda FC
(in San Francisco)
Wednesday, July 17
Pittsburgh vs. Orlando City
Friday, July 19
Charleston vs. Dayton
VSI Tampa Bay FC vs. Harrisburg
Rochester vs. Wilmington
Phoenix FC vs. Richmond
Saturday, July 20
Charlotte vs. Dayton
Orlando City vs. Harrisburg
Sunday, July 21
Montreal Impact Reserves vs. Rochester
Pittsburgh vs. Wilmington 
Los Angeles vs. Richmond

USL PRO SCHEDULE, Week 19:
Tuesday, July 23
FC Dallas Reserves  vs. Barracuda FC
Vancouver Whitecaps FC Reserves vs. Richmond
Wednesday, July 24
Harrisburg vs. Dayton
Charlotte vs. vs. Los Angeles
Charleston vs. Phoenix FC
Friday, July 26
Dayton vs. Barracuda FC
Wilmington vs. VSI Tampa Bay FC
Saturday, July 27
Toronto FC Reserves vs. Pittsburgh
Charlotte vs. Phoenix FC
Charleston vs. vs. Los Angeles
Sun, July 28
Rochester vs. Barracuda FC
Richmond vs. VSI Tampa Bay FC

(Click here for USL PRO streaming on USL Live on Unation.)


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