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MLS Summaries (Aug. 31 & Sept. 1)
September 1st, 2002 10:20PM

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Sept. 1 in Denver

Colorado 3 Dallas 2. Goals: Henderson pen. 12, Kingsley (Valderrama, Chung) 21, Carrieri (Valderrama) 87; Johnson (O'Brien, Bussey) 34, Martinez (Rhine, Rodriguez) 67.

Colorado -- Kramer, Titus, Fraser, Herdsman, Hart (Spencer, 69), Mastroeni, Chung, Kingsley, Valderrama, Henderson, Carrieri.

Dallas -- Jordan, Morrison, Bonseu, Olivares (Martinez, 54), Bussey, Rodriguez, Behncke, Stone (Deering, 61), O'Brien, Johnson (Cerritos, 68), Rhine.

Yellow Cards: Colorado -- Kingsley 32, Titus 35, Mastroeni 59, Carrieri 91+;

Dallas -- Martinez 71, O'Brien 74. Red Card: Dallas -- Martinez 94+.

Referee: Ricardo Valenzuela.

Att.: 12,754.

Aug. 31 in Washington D.C.

D.C. United 4 San Jose 2. Goals: Convey (Moreno, Nelsen) 38, Nelsen (Pope, Villegas) 74, Pope (Etcheverry) 84, Villegas (Moreno) 86; Donovan (Mulrooney) 49, Donovan (Lagos) 58.

D.C. United -- Rimando, Reyes, Pope, Nelsen, McKinley, Olsen (Villegas, 74), Williams, Etcheverry, Convey, Moreno (Prideaux, 87), Quintanilla (Zambrano, 77).

San Jose -- Conway, Ibsen (DeRosario, 85), Conrad, Agoos (Dayak, 46), Barrett, Lagos (Russell, 67), Mulrooney, Ekelund, Corrales, Donovan, Graziani.

Yellow Cards: San Jose -- Ibsen 29, Mulrooney 42, Dayak 62, Donovan 66.

Referee: Jair Marrufo.

Att.: 14,158.

Aug. 31 in Kansas City

Kansas City 2 Chicago 1. Goals: Fabbro (Klein, Preki) 22, Brown (Gutierrez) 90; Bocanegra (Razov) 62.

Kansas City -- Meola, Garcia, Vermes, Burns, Klein (Brown, 71), Zavagnin, Gutierrez, Preki, Quill, Simutenkov (Armstrong, 77), Fabbro (Brunt, 92+).

Chicago -- Thornton, Brown, Curtin, Bocanegra, Perez, Marsch, Kovalenko, Beasley, Nowak

(Gray, 84), Stoitchkov (Vaudreuil, 77), Razov.

Referee: Terry Vaughn.

Att.: 20,173.

Aug. 31 in Pasadena, Calif.

Los Angeles 3 MetroStars 0. Goals: Ruiz (Elliott, Victorine) 4, Ruiz (Victorine, Jones) 23, Ruiz (Jones, Vagenas) 83.

Los Angeles -- Hartman, Califf (Frye, 89), Lalas, Marshall, Hendrickson, Cienfuegos, Vagenas, Elliott, Victorine, Jones (Mullan, 86), Ruiz (Albright, 89).

MetroStars -- Howard, Ziadie, Petke, Jolley, Akwari, Paule, Moore (Lisi, 83), Mathis, Williams, Diallo (Davis, 33), Faria.

Yellow Cards: Los Angeles -- Jones 35, Cienfuegos 41, Califf 56, Lalas 58, Vagenas 74; MetroStars -- Jolley

26, Moore 38.

Red Card: MetroStars -- Ziadie 62.

Referee: Michael Kennedy.

Att.: 19,854.

Aug. 31 in Columbus

Columbus 0 New England 0 (OT).

Columbus -- Busch, McCarty, Dunseth, Clark, Torres, West (Perez, 75), Oughton, Maisonneuve, Martino (Washington, 96), McBride (Buddle, 84), Cunningham.

New England -- Brown, Kante, Heaps, Pierce (Downing, 56), Franchino, Hernandez, Ralston, Kamler, Cullen (Pineda Chacon, 81), Twellman, Griffiths (Harris, 63).

Yellow Cards: Columbus -- Oughton 81; New England -- Franchino 33.

Referee: Kevin Terry.

Att.: 24,422.



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