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Datebook: Open Cup round-of-16 schedule
June 15th, 2017 3:52PM
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Two of the Division 2 survivors in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, FC Cincinnati and Miami FC, earned home games in the round of 16. The third survivor, Sacramento Republic FC, will play at the LA Galaxy. For the complete draw ...

U.S. Open Cup:
ROUND OF 16, SCHEDULE:
June 28 in Boston, Mass.
New England Revolution (MLS) vs. D.C. United (MLS)
June 28 in Harrison, N.J.
New York Red Bulls (MLS) vs. Philadelphia Union (MLS)
June 28 in Miami, Fla.
Miami FC (NASL) vs. Atlanta United FC (MLS)
June 28 in Cincinnati, Ohio
FC Cincinnati (USL) vs. Chicago Fire (MLS)
Date TBD in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas (MLS) vs. Colorado Rapids (MLS)
Date TBD in Houston, Texas
Houston Dynamo (MLS) vs. Sporting Kansas City (MLS)
June 28 in San Jose, Calif.
San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) vs. Seattle Sounders FC (MLS)
June 28 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS) vs. Sacramento Republic FC (USL)



First Round: Results
Second Round: Results
Third Round: Results

FOURTH ROUND, RESULTS
June 13 in Boyds, Md.
D.C. United (MLS) 4 Christos FC (Md.) 1. Goals: Buescher 32, 90, Sam 82, Harkes 90+2; Kansaye 22.
D.C. United -- Worra; Korb, Boswell (Opare, 88), Robinson, Odoi-Atsem, Durkin (Harkes, 57), Sarvas, Neagle, Buescher, Le Toux, Ortiz (Sam, 77).
Christos FC -- Saunders; Kansaye (Caltabiano 83), Taylor, Glos, Fisher, Albrecht, Houapeu, Forbess (Ports 62), Baxter,  Joe, Caringi (Graham 38).
Att.: 5,286.
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June 14 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado Rapids (MLS) 3 OKC Energy FC (USL) 2. Goals: Badji 49 Miller 66, Castillo 89; Gonzalez 38, Rasmussen 45+1.
Colorado -- MacMath, Miller, Watts (Hairston 61), Burling (Badji 45+1), Castillo, Serna, Hamilton, Perez, Powers, Gatt, Gordon (Doyle 67).
OKC Energy FC -- Cochran; Hyland, Daly, Wallace, Dixon, Andrews, Barril (Guzman 78), Rasmussen, Bond, Gonzalez (Dixon 66), Jackson (Craven 73).
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June 13 in Tukwila, Wash.
Seattle Sounders (MLS) 2 Portland Timbers (MLS) 1.
Goals: Kovar 3, Mathers pen. 54; Williams 38.
Seattle --
Miller, Delem, Ele, Rogers, Tolo, Saari, Narbon, Kovar (Wingo 74), Mathers (Fernandez 72), Parra,  Chenkam (Adekoya 74).
Portland -- Attinella, Hanson, Clarke, Batista, Farfan, Mohamed (Cicerone 60), Lewis, Zemanski, Arboleda, Williams, Ebobisse (Bijev 71).
Att.: 3,937.
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June 14 in Cincinnati, Ohio

FC Cincinnati (USL) 1 Columbus Crew (MLS) 0. Goal: Fall 64.
FC Cincinnati -- Hildebrant; Delbridge, Nicholson, Berry; Bahner, (Hoyte 59) Quinn, Wiedeman (Dominguez 90), Walker, Polak; Fall, Konig (Stevenson 75).
Columbus --
Stuver; Jimenez (Duka 76), Crognale, Naess (Williams 46), Francis; Trapp, Artur; Finlay (Hansen 68), Higuain, Meram; Jahn.
Att.:
30,160.
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June 14 in Cary, N.C.
North Carolina FC (NASL) 2 Houston Dynamo (MLS) 3. Goals: Miller 6, Laing 69; Wenger 25, Remick 62, Rodriguez 109.
North Carolina FC -- Sylvestre; Miller, Ibeagha, Rhuaak, Black; Robinson (Fondy 46), Da Luz (Akinyode 88), Albadawi, Laing; Shipalane (Shriver 110); Schuler.
Houston -- Willis; Garcia, Hunter, Anibaba, Remick; Bird, Holland (Escalante 82), Rodriguez (James 111), Ward; Sanchez (Luna 78), Wenger.
Att.: 4,325.
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June 14 in Providence, R.I.
New England Revolution (MLS) 3 Rochester Rhinos (USL) 0.
Goals: Bunbury pen. 44, D.Smith 50, Herivaux 51.
New England -- Knighton, A.Farrell (Rowe 61), J.Smith, Woodberry, D.Smith, Herivaux, Caldwell (Koffie 61), Bunbury, Kobayashi (Fagundez 73), Hollinger-Janzen, Wright.
Rochester -- Gomez; Dover, J.Farrell, Felix, Pratzner; James (Fewo 69), Fall, Forbes (Garzi 72), Tergou; Beresford (Defregger 61), Madison.
Att.: 1,663.
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June 14 in Harrison, N.J.
New York Red Bulls (MLS) 1 New York City FC (MLS) 0. Goal: Royer 67.
NY Red Bulls -- Meara; Zizzo, Collin, Perrinelle, Long; Felipe, Adams; Grella (Royer 46), Kljestan (Davis 90), Muyl; Wright-Phillips (Veron 90+3).
NYCFC -- Johnson; White (Okoli 78), Brillant, Callens, Sweat; Ring, Lopez, Moralez (Stertzer 46; Lewis 69); Harrison, Villa, McNamara.
Att.: 11,311.
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June 14 in Chester, Pa.

Philadelphia Union (MLS) 3 Harrisburg City Islanders (USL) 1. Goals: Jones 18, Sapong 33, Epps 47; Mendoza 37.
Philadelphia -- McCarthy; Wijnaldum (Gaddis 83), Elliott, Yaro, Rosenberry; Medunjanin,  Jones, Sapong (Pontius 65), Alberg, Epps (Picault 73), Simpson.
Harrisburg -- Lewis; Mohammed (Bond 80), Nishanian, Brent, McLaws; Olabiyi (DiPrima 86), Dabo (Gross 62), Thomas, Wilson, Mendoza, Ribeiro.
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June 14 in Orlando, Fla.
Orlando City (MLS) 1 Miami FC (NASL) 3.
Goals: Barnes 79; Pinho 30, 36, 55.
Orlando City --
Saunders, Ramos, Spector (Kaka 63),  Pereira, PC; Gil, Nocerino, Carrasco, da Silva (Redding 46), Barnes, Barry (Rivas 69).
Miami FC --
Vega; Freeman, Bernstein, Trafford, Kcira, Lahoud, Ryan, Mares (Farfan, 66), Pinho (Chavez 87),  Poku (Smith 77), Rennella.
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June 14 in Kennesaw, Ga.
Atlanta United FC (MLS) 3 Charleston Battery (USL) 2. Goals: Kratz 30, Martinez 48, Vazquez 72; Lasso 3, Marini 31.
Atlanta United -- Kann; Bloom, Walkes (Wheeler-Omiunu 60), M.Robinson (Gressel 46), Loyd (Ambrose 46); McCann, Larentowicz; Almiron, Kratz, Vazquez; Martinez.
Charleston -- Cooper; Woodbine (R.Robinson 88), Lasso, Mueller, Griffith; Marini, Hackshaw (Rittmeyer 82), Anunga, Chang; Cordoves, Garbanzo (Higashi 67).
Att.: 9,458.
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June 14 in Fenton, Mo.
Saint Louis FC (USL) 0 Chicago Fire (MLS) 1. Goal: Solignac 27.
Saint Louis FC -- Grinwis; Guzman (David, 76), Cabalceta, Cochran, Charpie; Bjurman (Ahmetovic 89), Stojkov, Alihidivoc, Dalgaard (Alvarez 63);  Volesky, Angulo.
Chicago -- Lampson; Conner, Kappelhof, Campbell, Vincent; Juninho, McCarty (Polster 58), de Leeuw, Alvarez; Solignac (Dekovic 86), Johnson (Mihailovic 57).
Att.: 5,786.
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June 14 in Dallas
FC Dallas (MLS) 2 Tulsa Roughnecks (USL) 1.
Goals: Craft 31, own goal 90+2; Kimura 59.
FC Dallas -- Seitz; Hollingshead, Hedges, Hume, Cannon; Morales (Cermeno 59), Ulloa, Craft (Akindele 64), Diaz, Pomykal (Barrios 64); Colman.
Tulsa -- Cerda; Corrales, Ugarte, Jadama, Kimura; Bourgeois, Fernandez (Gee 68), Rivas (Ballew 84), Caffa, Calistri; Svantesson.
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June 14 in Kansas City, Kan.
Sporting KC (MLS) 4 Minnesota United (MLS) 0. Goals: Opara 43, Gerso 45+1, Dwyer 72, Salloi 83.
Sporting KC -- Melia; Zusi, Opara (Ellis 89), Besler, Sinovic; Espinoza, Ilie, Medranda (Feilhaber 75); Gerso (Blessing 79), Dwyer, Salloi.
Minnesota United -- McClain; Venegas, Greenspan (Burch 68), Kallman, Davis, Jome (Thiesson 76); Warner, Martin, Schuller (Ibson 46); Danladi, Kadrii.
Att.: 15,260.
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June 14 in Sacramento, Calif.
Sacramento Republic FC (USL) 4 Real Salt Lake (MLS) 1.
Goals: Caesar 29, Cazarez 43, Hall pen. 45+1, Barrera 71; Velazco 35.
Sacramento -- Newton; Hord, Klimenta, Christian, Kiffe; Barrera, Hall, Cazarez, Blackwood (Chaney 87), Caesar (Kneeshaw 67), Williams (Gissie 85).
Real Salt Lake -- Fernandez; Dunk (Brody, 82), Schmidt, Moberg, Lachowecki; Holness, Besler, Hernandez (Haber, 67); Allen (Lennon, 46), Velazco, Saucedo.
Att.: 11,569.
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June 14 in Carson, Calif.
LA Galaxy (MLS) 3 Orange County SC (USL) 1. Goals: Jose Villarreal 7, McBean pen. 36, Lassiter 73; Meeus 26.
LA Galaxy -- Kempin; Romney, Arellano, Van Damme, Smith, Lassiter (Boateng 82), Jamison, Jaime Villarreal, Jose Villarreal, Garcia (McInerney 78), McBean.
Orane County -- Lyon, Franco, Sorto, Meeus, Wbias, Pineda, Alvarez, Stevanovic (Etim 69), Chaplow, Pineda (Fernandes 60) van Ewijk.
Att.: 2,408.
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June 14 in San Jose, Calif.
San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) 2 San Francisco Deltas (NASL) 0.
Yueill 4, Cato 6.
San Jose -- Tarbell; Lima, Jungwirth (Janjigian 73), Imperiale, Bernardez; Cato, Dawkins, Yueill, Thompson; Hoesen (Salinas 68), Wondolowski.
San Francisco -- Ceus; Jackson, Attakora, Ferreira, Teijsse (Hopkins 63), Gibson (Sandoval 46), Portilla, Bekker; Cruz (Lubahn 73), Heinemann, Stephens.
Att.: 12,524.



1 comment
  1. Fire Paul Gardner Now
    commented on: June 16, 2017 at 4:05 p.m.
    Same matchups every year. I get keeping travel costs down but it gets pretty boring seeing the same teams over and over.

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