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Fondy carries Blues past Battery
August 9th, 2013 1:07AM

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[USL PRO REWIND: Week 21] Matt Fondy scored two goals to lead the Los Angeles Blues to a 2-1 win over the Charleston Battery and move into a tie for fifth place in USL PRO with one game to play in the regular season.

The Blues are idle this weekend and close out the regular season on Aug. 17 at home against Rochester.

USL PRO RESULTS, Week 21:
Thursday, August 8
Los Angeles 2 Charleston 1

Wednesday, August 7
Harrisburg 1 Charlotte 2
Orlando City 3 VSI Tampa Bay FC 2

USL PRO SCHEDULE, Week 21:
Friday, August 9
Wilmington vs. Dayton
Rochester vs. Pittsburgh
Saturday, August 10
Charlotte vs. Barracuda FC
Harrisburg vs. VSI Tampa Bay FC
Richmond vs. Dayton
Phoenix FC  vs. Charleston
Sunday, August 11
Pittsburgh vs. VSI Tampa Bay FC
Orlando City vs. Seattle Sounders FC Reserves

USL PRO STANDINGS:
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/1
48 Richmond 13-1-9 43/21
48 Orlando City 14-3-6 51/24
41 Harrisburg 13-9-2 51/35
39 Charleston 11-6-6 45/27
37 Los Angeles 10-8-7 50/36
37 Charlotte 9-4-10 36/35
34 Pittsburgh 9-6-7 30/24
34 Dayton 9-7-7 37/38
31 VSI Tampa Bay FC 9-10-4 35/30
27 *Wilmington 8-11-4 25/36
22 Phoenix FC 5-12-7 25/36
22 Rochester 4-9-10 19/34
0 Barracuda FC 0-23-0 10/79
*Deducted one point.

USL LEADING SCORERS:
G PLAYER, TEAM
15 Dom Dwyer, Orlando City
12 Jose Angulo, Pittsburgh
11 Sainey Touray, Harrisburg
10 Jamie Watson, Orlando City
10 Lucky Mkosana, Harrisburg
9+2 Matt Fondy, Los Angeles
9 Christopher Cortez, Los Angeles
8+1 Jorge Herrera, Charlotte
8 Dane Kelly, Charleston
8 Mauricio Salles, VSI Tampa Bay FC
8 Gibson Bardsley, Dayton

USL PRO SCHEDULE, Week 22:
Wednesday, August 14
Richmond vs. Orlando City
Wilmington vs. Pittsburgh
Thursday, August 15
Charleston vs. Barracuda FC
Friday, August 16
VSI Tampa Bay FC vs. Charlotte
Phoenix FC vs. Rochester
Saturday, August 17
Pittsburgh vs. Richmond
Dayton vs. Harrisburg
Orlando City vs. Charlotte
Wilmington vs. Barracuda FC
Los Angeles vs. Rochester

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


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