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September 16th, 2012 11:20PM
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[SCOREBOARD] The Tampa Bay Rowdies moved to within three points of the first-place San Antonio Scorpions when they beat FC Edmonton, 3-0, on the road and the Scorpions fell at home to the Carolina RailHawks, 2-1. Daniel Antoniuk and Luke Mulholland each had a goal and an assist for the Rowdies. Floyd Franks set up Gale Agbossoumonde and Ty Shipalane for goals in the Carolina win. For all the action ...

Results:
Sept. 16
FC Edmonton 0 Tampa Bay 3.
TB: Daniel Antoniuk (Luke Mulholland) 21  
TB: Mike Ambersley (Keith Savage) 43
TB: Luke Mulholland (Daniel Antoniuk) 51
Att.: 1,376.
San Antonio 1 Carolina 2.
CAR: Gale Agbossoumonde (Floyd Franks) 42  
SA: Pablo Campos (Jeff Cunningham) 63
CAR:  Ty Shipalane (Floyd Franks) 69
Att.: 7,701.

Sept. 15
Atlanta 1 Fort Lauderdale 0.
ATL: Matt Horth (Lucas Paulini) 11
Att.: 5,511.
Puerto Rico 2 Minnesota 0.
PR: Anthony Vazquez (David Foley) 21
PR: David Foley (Joshua Hansen) 85
Att.: 3,331.

Sept. 12

FC Edmonton 2 Carolina 2.
CAR: Nick Zimmerman (Ty Shipalane) 5
EDM: Kyle Porter (Michael Cox) 9
EDM: Kyle Porter (Shaun Saiko) 49
CAR: Nick Zimmerman 57
Att.: 1,251.

Sept. 11
Minnesota 4 Puerto Rico 0.
MIN: Nate Polak (Jamie Watson) 17
MIN: Miguel Ibarra (Amani Walker) 45 
MIN: Jamie Watson (Miguel Ibarra) 45
MIN: Amani Walker (Miguel Ibarra) 53

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
46 San Antonio 13-6-7 44/23
43 Tampa Bay 12-7-7 36/29
40 Puerto Rico 11-9-7 31/29
38 Carolina 10-8-8 43/45
35 Ft. Lauderdale 9-10-8 38/44
34 Minnesota 8-9-10 33/32
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26 Atlanta 6-12-8 31/44
24 FC Edmonton 5-13-9 24/34

Standings:
Sept. 19
Atlanta vs. San Antonio
Tampa Bay vs. Carolina
Sept. 22
Carolina vs. Tampa Bay
Puerto Rico vs. Atlanta
Sept. 23
FC Edmonton vs.  Fort Lauderdale
San Antonio vs. Minnesota

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