USL Championship: Louisville City moves back on top

• LouCity moves back on top in Eastern Conference
. Louisville City (9-3-3) got a first-half goal from Enoch Mushagalusa and late penalty kicks from Sean Totsch and Wilson Harris to beat Orange County SC, 3-0, and move back into first place ahead of Memphis 901 (9-3-2), which tied Hartford (3-8-3), 1-1. The match drew 10,848 fans at at Lynn Family Stadium.

• Colorado Springs puts on show. Spectacular goals from a pair of Philadelphia Union II products, Zach Zandi and Michee Ngalina, sparked Colorado Springs (11-2-0), the Western Conference leader, to a 4-3 win over Indy Eleven (6-5-3) before a sellout crowd of 8,023 fans at Weidner Field. The Switchbacks have won five of their last six games, scoring 18 goals.

• Rafael Jauregui, 17, scores first pro goal. His goal with 20 minutes to play sealed a 2-0 win for Sacramento Republic FC (11-2-0) over LA Galaxy II (6-8-3). The third-year pro made his third start of the season for Sacramento, which fielded a rotated lineup ahead of Tuesday's U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal match at the LA Galaxy.
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