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Tie moves both Eagles and Blues up in playoff zone
July 26th, 2013 1:22AM
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[USL PRO REWIND: Week 19] The Charlotte Eagles and Los Angeles Blues played to a 3-3 draw Thursday night. Jorge Herrera led the Eagles with a goal and two assists and Drew Yates scored their equalizer in stoppage time goal as the they moved into fourth place. The Blues are now tied with Charleston for fifth place.

Los Angeles took a 3-2 lead into the break thanks to goals by Shay Spitz and Chris Cortez, (his ninth of the season) and an own goal and held on until Yates scored his second stoppage-time goal of the season for the Eagles, who are now 8-2-10.

USL PRO RESULTS, Week 19:
Thursday, July 25
Charlotte 3 Los Angeles 3

Wednesday, July 24
Harrisburg 5 Dayton 1
Charleston 5 Phoenix FC 1

Tuesday, July 23
FC Dallas Reserves 3 Barracuda FC 1
Vancouver Whitecaps FC Reserves 2 Richmond 1

USL PRO SCHEDULE, Week 19:
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. Los Angeles
Sun, July 28
Rochester vs. Barracuda FC
Richmond vs. VSI Tampa Bay FC

USL PRO STANDINGS:
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/1
44 Richmond 12-0-8 40/16
42 Orlando City 12-2-6 45/21
37 Harrisburg 12-8-1 45/30
34 Charlotte 8-2-10 34/29
33 Los Angeles 9-7-6 46/30
33 Charleston 9-5-6 34/23
28 Dayton 7-6-7 31/35
27 VSI Tampa Bay FC 8-7-3 30/21
25 Pittsburgh 6-6-7 26/23
22 Wilmington 6-10-4 21/33
19 Phoenix FC 4-11-7 20/33
10 Rochester 3-8-10 17/31
0 Barracuda FC 0-21-0 9/75

USL LEADING SCORERS:
G PLAYER, TEAM
15 Dom Dwyer, Orlando City
11 Sainey Touray, Harrisburg
11 Jose Angulo, Pittsburgh
10 Jamie Watson, Orlando City
9+1 Chris Cortez, Los Angeles
8+3 Lucky Mkosana, Harrisburg
8 Mauricio Salles, VSI Tampa Bay FC
7+1 Jorge Herrera, Charlotte
7 Joseph Ngwenya, Richmond

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