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Chandler Hoffman leads Los Dos back into second place
June 1st, 2014 10:02PM

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[USL PRO: Week 11] LA Galaxy II moved back into second place in USL PRO with a 1-0 win over the Seattle Sounders FC Reserves, who suffered their first defeat of the season. Chandler Hoffman scored the gamewinner in the 76th minute, beating 41-year-old keeper Marcus Hahnemann for his seventh goal of the season.

Hoffman is now tied with George Davis IV of Richmond for second place behind Orlando City's Kevin Molino, who leads the league with nine goals.

Los Dos hit the woodwork twice as Bradford Jamieson IV hit the far post, and Jack McBean flicked a shot over Hahnemann that caromed off the crossbar.

LATE SATURDAY. Allan Russell and Mohammed Roknipour scored to give Orange County a 2-0 win over Arizona United that moved the Blues into the top eight.

-- Defending champion Orlando City extended its unbeaten streak to 13 games with a 2-0 win over the Charleston Battery on goals by Corey Hertzog, his first USL PRO goal, and Molino.

USL PRO WEEK 11, Results:
Sunday, June 1
Seattle Sounders FC Reserves 0 LA Galaxy II 1
Pittsburgh 1 Harrisburg 1
Dayton vs. Rochester

Saturday, May 31
Charlotte 1 Wilmington 2
Harrisburg 2 Richmond 3
Orlando City 2 Charleston 0
OKC Energy FC 1 New York Red Bulls Reserves 0
Orange County 2 Arizona Utd. 0

Friday, May 30
Rochester 0 Richmond 0

USL PRO, Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T GF/GA
30 Orlando City 9-0-3 22/9
23 Richmond 6-1-5 27/12
24 LA Galaxy II 7-2-3 25/13
19 Sacramento 6-3-1 17/11
14 Wilmington 4-1-2 11/9
14 Rochester 3-2-5 8/7
13 Charleston 3-5-4 11/10
12 Orange County 4-7-0 12/18
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10 Arizona Utd. 3-5-1 6/18
9 Charlotte 3-6-0 10/13
9 OKC Energy 3-7-0 12/20
8 Dayton 2-5-2 9/18
8 Harrisburg 2-5-2 11/18
4 Pittsburgh 0-6-4 9/19


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