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Quinn hits winner on Day 2 of Combine
January 12th, 2014 6:57PM

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[MLS 2014 COUNTDOWN] Play continued with Day 2 of the adidas MLS Player Combine on Sunday. Aodhan Quinn, son of former U.S. international Brian Quinn, had the winning goal in nightcap at Central Broward Regional Park.

adidas MLS Player Combine Results:
Sunday, Jan. 12 in Lauderhill, Fla.
adiZero 1 Nitro Charge 1.
Goals:
NIT: Victor Chavez (UCLA)
ADI: Kristopher Tyrpak (Houston Baptist)
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Brazuca 1 Predator 0
Goals:
BRA: Aodhan Quinn (Akron).
Highlights

The winners in the physical tests: Washington's Taylor Peay (30-meter sprint), USF's Ben Sweat (5-10-5 agility run) and St. John's keeper Rafael Diaz (vertical jump). Louisville GA signing Marlon Hairston was the only player to rank in the top 10 in all three categories.

MLS SuperDraft: Round-by-round order

TIMBERS RELEASE RINCON. Sebastian Rincon's day at Portland are over. The 19-year-old son of former Colombian great Freddy Rincon did not play a league game for the Timbers in two seasons. Portland also announced it signed 30-year-old goalkeeper Andrew Weber, who had three starts for Seattle in 2013. He is a veteran of nine professional seasons, playing for D.C. United (2005), San Jose (2009-11) and (2012-13) in addition to spells in the USL First Division and USL PRO.


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