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MLS: Dallas loses to Colorado, beats collegians
February 27th, 2003 12:49PM

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The Dallas Burn played two 70-minute games as part of its preseason training Wednesday, losing to the Colorado Rapids, 2-0, then beating Nova Southeastern, 2-1.

The Burn fielded reserves and trial players against mainly Colorado starters. The RapidsÆ goals came from Chris Carrieri and rookie Casey Schmidt -- each notching their seventh of the preseason. Colorado defender Robin Fraser was red-carded in the game.

Jason Kreis scored both goals against Colorado.

SUMMARIES:

Colorado 2 Dallas 0. Goals: Carrieri, Schmidt.

Colorado -- Garlick, Kotschau, Fraser (Jackson), Herdsman (Stewart), Hart (Cole), Chung (Trembly), Beckerman, Mastroeni (Borchers), Henderson (Shak), Carrieri (Chung), Schmidt.

Dallas starters-- Cassar, Bussey, Thomas, Behncke, Salyer, Dalglish, Iglesias, Davis, Gbandi, Rosenband, Nixon.

Dallas 2 Nova Southeastern 0. Goals: Kreis, Kreis.

Dallas starters -- Countess, Suarez, Bonseu, Morrow, Broome, Vaca, Pareja, Deering, O'Brien, Kreis, Rhine.



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