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August 19th, 2012 12:48AM
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[SCOREBOARD] The Wilmington Hammerheads and Harrisburg City Islanders claimed the last two spots in the USL PRO the playoffs with wins on Sunday. In a contest that weather forced to be rescheduled from Friday night, Wilmington beat the Eagles, 2-1, on goals by Corey Hertzog and Steven Perry. Charlotte was then knocked out of the playoffs as Harrisburg won, 1-0, at the Los Angeles Blues on substitute Yann Ekra's goal in the 66th minute. The Rochester Rhinos claimed second place and a bye in the quarterfinals when the Richmond Kickers fell, 2-0, at Antigua Barracuda FC. For the final regular-season standings and playoff schedule ...
 
Schedule:
Quarterfinals
Aug. 25
Richmond vs. Wilmington, 7 p.m. ET
Charleston vs. Harrisburg, 7:30 p.m. ET, USLNation
 
Semifinals
Aug. 31
Orlando City vs. lower remaining seed,  7:30 p.m. ET, USLNation
Rochester vs. higher remaining seed, 7:35 p.m. ET, USLNation

Results:
Aug. 19
Charlotte 1 Wilmington 2
WIL: Corey Hertzog 29
CHE: Darren Toby 58
WIL: Steven Perry 77
Barracuda FC 2 Richmond 0
Att.: 381.
Los Angeles 0 Harrisburg 1

Aug. 18
Rochester 1 Pittsburgh 0
ROC: Andrew Hoxie (Tyler Rosenlund) 87
Att.: 7,101.
Charleston 0 Dayton 0
Att.: 4,599.
Wilmington 0 Charlotte 1
CHA: Devon Grousis (Chris Salvaggione)  47
Att.: 5,382.

Aug. 17
Barracuda FC 0 Richmond 1
RIC: David Bulow (Sascha Goerres) 61
Att.: 400
Orlando City 1 Dayton 1
Los Angeles 2 Harrisburg 2
LA: Maykel Galindo (Carlos Borja) 16
HAR: Bilal Duckett 26
HAR: Lucky Mkosana (Tom Brandt) 33
LA: Matthew Fondy (Israel Sesay) 84

Final Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
57 Orlando City 17-1-6 50/18
41 Rochester 12-7-5 27/23
38 Charleston 12-10-2 36/26
38 Richmond 11-8-5 30/27
37 Wilmington 10-7-7 34/32
37 Harrisburg 10-7-7 34/29
36 Charlotte 11-10-3 34/26
29 Los Angeles 9-12-3 26/29
22 Dayton 4-10-10 20/29
17 Pittsburgh 4-15-5 20/39
16 Barracuda FC 5-18-1 16/49

Leading Scorers:
11 Dennis Chin, Orlando City
10 Nikki Paterson, Charleston
9 Corey Hertzog, Wilmington
9 Matthew Luzunaris, Orlando City
8 Andriy Budnyy, Wilmington

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