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September 20th, 2012 8:27PM
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[DATEBOOK] The San Antonio Scorpions have a two-point lead over the Tampa Bay Rowdies heading into the final weekend of the NASL regular season. The Rowdies must beat the Carolina RailHawks on the road on Saturday and then hope that the Scorpions lose to the Atlanta Silverbacks at home on Sunday. The Scorpions and Rowdies have already clinched quarterfinal byes. For all the action ...

Results:
Sept. 19
Atlanta 3 San Antonio 1.
ATL: Willie Hunt (Danny Barrera) 3
ATL: own goal 41
SA: Josue Soto 69
ATL: Pedro Mendes (Danny Barrera) 75
Att.: 2,357.
Tampa Bay 1 Carolina 1.
TB: Andres Arango (Luke Mulholland) 14
CAR: Ty Shipalane (Brian Shriver) 62
Att.: 2,194.

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
46 San Antonio 13-7-7 45/26
44 Tampa Bay 12-7-8 37/30
40 Puerto Rico 11-9-7 31/29
39 Carolina 10-8-9 44/46
35 Ft. Lauderdale 9-10-8 38/44
34 Minnesota 8-9-10 33/32
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29 Atlanta 7-12-8 34/45
24 FC Edmonton 5-13-9 24/34

Standings:
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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