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O'Reilly carries Breakers to win in road-trip finale
July 25th, 2014 11:03PM
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[NWSL: Week 16]Heather O'Reilly scored two goals and assisted on the other two scored by Jazmine Reeves and Kristie Mewis to lead the Boston Breakers to a 4-2 win over the Western New York Flash in front of of 3,081 fans at Sahlen's Stadium. The game ended a seven-game road trip for the Breakers, who were 0-4-2 in their last six games and mired in the NWSL basement.

NWSL WEEK 16, Results:
Friday July 25
Western NY 2 Boston 4
Wednesday, July 23
Washington 1 Portland 1

NWSL WEEK 16, Schedule:
Saturday, July 26
2 pm ET
Chicago vs. Houston
Sunday, July 27
6 pm ET
FC Kansas City vs. Sky Blue FC
7 pm ET
Seattle vs. Portland

NWSL Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T GF/GA
43 Seattle 13-1-4 35/15
34 FC Kansas City 10-5-4 32/25
30 Portland 8-6-6 37/28
28 Washington 8-8-4 31/39
27 Chicago 7-6-6 24/20
24 Western NY 7-10-3 33/28
19 Sky Blue FC 4-7-7 20/32
17 Houston 5-10-2 20/30
14 Boston 4-13-2 30/45

NWSL Leading Scorers:
G PLAYER, TEAM
11 Kim Little, Seattle
11 Jessica McDonald, Portland
11 Jodie Taylor, Washington
10 Amy Rodriguez, FC Kansas City
9 Allie Long, Portland
7 Christine Sinclair, Portland
7 Lauren Holiday,FC Kansas City
7 Diane Matheson, Washington
7 Samantha Kerr
, Western NY
7 Heather O'Reilly, Boston
7 Carli Lloyd, Western NY

NWSL WEEK 17, Schedule:
Wednesday, July 30
7 pm ET
Washington vs. FC Kansas City
9 pm ET
Houston vs. Seattle, ESPN3
Thursday, July 31
7 pm ET
Sky Blue FC vs. Western NY
Saturday, August 2
6:30 pm ET
Washington vs. Chicago
8 pm ET
FC Kansas City vs. Seattle
Sunday, August 3
6:30 pm ET
Boston vs. Western NY
10 pm ET
Portland vs. Houston, ESPN2

NWSL WEEK 18, Schedule:
Wednesday, August 6
8 pm ET
FC Kansas City vs. Boston
10 pm ET
Seattle vs. Houston
Saturday, August 9
8 pm ET
Chicago vs. FC Kansas City
9 pm ET
Houston vs. Sky Blue FC, ESPN3
10 pm ET
Seattle vs. Washington
Sunday, August 10
6:30 pm ET
Boston vs. Portland

NWSL WEEK 19, Schedule:
Wednesday, August 13
7 pm ET
Western NY vs. Sky Blue FC, ESPN2
8 pm ET
Chicago vs. Boston
Saturday, August 16
6:30 pm ET
Washington vs. Sky Blue FC
8 pm ET
Chicago vs. Western NY
Sunday, August 17
5 pm ET
Portland vs. Seattle, ESPN3
6:30 pm ET
Boston vs. Houston


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