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June 15th, 2014 4:01PM
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[USL PRO: Week 13] Veteran Matthew Delicate scored his eighth and ninth goals on the season for the Richmond Kickers in the first half, but late goals from Toronto FC loan player Jordan Hamilton and Mickael Oliveira earned the Wilmington Hammerheads a 2-2 tie. The result extended both teams' unbeaten streaks -- Richmond to 13 games and Wilmington to seven.

It also moved the Kickers into a tie for second place with the LA Galaxy II. Colin Falvey, Dane Kellyand Haviel Cordoves scored to give the Charleston Battery a 3-0 victory over Los Dos in front of 3,373 at Blackbaud Stadium.

-- FC Dallas loan player Jonathan Top’s penalty in the 75th minute gave Arizona United a 1-0 win over the visiting Rochester Rhinos.

-- Adda Djeziriand Michael Thomas both scored their second goals of the year to lead OKC Energy FC past Sacramento Republic FC, 2-0.
         
USL PRO WEEK 13, Results:
Wednesday, June 11
Pittsburgh 1 Harrisburg 3
Orlando City 4 Orange County 1
Arizona United 1 Dayton 2
LA Galaxy II  1 Rochester 2
Friday, June 13
Charlotte 0 Orange County 1
Saturday, June 14
Harrisburg 0 Pittsburgh 0
Richmond 2 Wilmington 2
Charleston 3 LA Galaxy II 0
OKC Energy FC 2 Sacramento 0
Arizona United 1 Rochester 0

USL PRO, Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T GF/GA
36 Orlando City11-0-3 28/11
27 Richmond 7-1-6 30/14
27 LA Galaxy II 8-4-3 31/19
20 Sacramento 6-4-2 18/14
20 Rochester5-4-5 13/12
18 Wilmington 5-1-3 15/13
18 Orange County 6-8-0 18/25
16 Charleston 4-5-4 14/10
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14 OKC Energy 4-7-2 17/23
14 Arizona Utd.4-6-2 9/21
12 Harrisburg 3-6-3 14/20
11 Dayton 3-8-2 15/30
10 Charlotte 3-8-1 13/18
8 Pittsburgh 1-7-5 13/24


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