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U.S. OPEN CUP

June 13, 2007
LAMAR HUNT U.S. OPEN CUP
Complete first round recap


HARRISBURG CITY ISLANDERS 4, AEGEAN HAWKS FC 0
Harrisburg, PA, – The Harrisburg City Islanders overcame a weather delay and a persistent opponent to earn a 4-0 victory over Aegean Hawks FC (USASA) in their first-round U.S. Open Cup match on Tuesday night at Skyline Sports Complex.

OCEAN CITY BARONS 1, CRYSTAL PALACE BALTIMORE 0
OCEAN CITY, NJ---The Ocean City Barons advanced to the second round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup with a 1-0 upset of the USL Second Division's Crystal Palace Baltimore. Byron Carmichael scored the lone goal just before halftime on an assist by Sean Boyle while Adam Edwards made eight saves for his fifth straight shutout in all competitions.

ROCHESTER RHINOS 1, LONG ISLAND ROUGHRIDERS 0
Rochester, N.Y. -- Matthew Delicate scored in the 20th minute to lift the Rochester Raging Rhinos to a 1-0 victory over the Long Island Rough Riders in a first-round match of the Lamar Hunt/U.S. Open Cup Tuesday night.

WESTERN MASS PIONEERS 3, DANBURY UNITED 2 OT
DANBURY, CT---Easton Wilson scored in the 108th minute to give the Western Mass. Pioneers a 2-1 win over Danbury United.



Everson Maciel gave the Pioneers a 1- lead in the 60th minute, scoring on a penalty kick. Danbury equalized in the 86th minute on a goal by Mauro Costa.

With score tied at 1-1, Mauro Dos Santos gave Danbury the lead in the first minute of overtime, only to have the Pioneers equalize on another penalty kick by Jeff Deren in the 104th minute.

RICHMOND KICKERS 4, MICHIGAN BUCKS 2
RICHMOND, VA - Despite a three hour lightning delay halfway through the match, the Richmond Kickers were able to defeat the Michigan Bucks, 4-2 in the First Round of the US Open Cup. Richmond goals by Robert Ssejjemba, Trevor McEachron and Sascha Gorres were answered by Bucks duo Nik Djokic and Xavier Balc. Kickers midfielder Matthew Watson registered the final tally of the night.

CLEVELAND CITY STARS 4, KANSAS CITY BRASS 0
KANSAS CITY—Ian Lebbrandt scored two goals and Adam Moffat and Nigel Codrington added one each to give the Cleveland City Stars a 4-0 win over the Kansas City Brass.

CAROLINA RAILKINGS 4, RWB ADRIA 1
CARY, NC---Connally Edozien scored two goals to lead the Carolina Railhawks to a 4-1 win over RWB Adria (Chicago) at SAS Soccer Park Tuesday.

Joey Worthen gave the Railhawks a -0 lead in the 5th minute. Edozien made it 2-0 in the 31st, and added his second three minutes later. Caleb Norkus slipped a shot inside the right post in the 64th to make it 4-0.

Carlos Carillo scored RWB Adria’s lone goal.

MILAWAUKEE BAVARIANS 1, CINCINNTI KINGS 0
GLENDALE, WI--Steve Sperl scored the only goal in the fifth minute to give the Milwaukee Bavarians a 1-0 win over the Cincinnati Kings.


ATLANTA SILVERBACKS 10, AZZURRI FC 0
ATLANTA---The Atlanta Silverbacks advanced into the second round of the 2007 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup with a decisive 10-0 win over Azzurri FC Tuesday night at RE/MAX Greater Atlanta Stadium.

Rodrigo Rios and Warren Ukah each scored a hat trick as five different players scored for the Silverbacks in a lightning delayed game.

CHARLESTON BATTERY 3, CENTRAL FLORIDA KRAZE 0
CHARLESTON, SC---Luke Vercollone scored two first half goals to lead the Charleston Battery to a 3-0 win over the Central Florida Kraze at Blackbaud Stadium.

Stephen Armstrong opened the scoring in the sixth minute connecting from long range. Vercollone made it 2-0 a few minutes later, then closed the scoring in the 43rd minute.

EL PASO PATRIOTS 1, MIAMI FC 1 (4-3pks)
EL PASO---Goalkeeper Jorge Muñíz scored the final penalty kick after stopping one by Brazilian star Zinho to lead the El Paso Patriots to a 4-3 tiebreaker decision.

Omar Mora opened the scoring in the 21st minute, beating Miami goalkeeper Pat Hannigan with a header. Zinho equalized in the 70th minute.


MINNESOTA THUNDER 3, El Paso Indios 2
ST. PAUL, Minn---The Minnesota Thunder defeated the El Paso Indios 3-2 at James Griffin Stadium Tuesday.

El Paso took a 1-0 lead in the 5th minute on a goal by Marco Vidal. The Thunder road back to a 3-1 lead on goals by Jeremiah Bass (37th), Darren Spicer (40th) and Leo Gibson (66th).

El Paso bounced back in the 77th minute to make 3-2 on a goal by Joel Rios.

CALIFORNIA VICTORY 2, BYU COUGARS 1
PROVO, Utah---The California Victory, playing in the first U.S. Open Cup match earned a 2-1 win over the BYU Cougars.

Raul Palomares side-footed a volley home in the 23rd minute for a 1-0 lead. Yuri Morales doubled the score midway through the second half.

BYU notched a consolation goal by Daniel McKinley in the 89th.


PORTLAND TIMBERS 2, BAKERSFIELD BLAZE 0
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Early goals from Lawrence Olum and Luc Harrington gave Portland a comfortable lead, and the Timbers earned a 2-0 victory over the Bakersfield Brigade of the Premier Development League in first-round play of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Tuesday night in Bakersfield.

Olum scored in the 4th minute and Harrington made it 2-0 in the 18th.

SEATTLE SOUNDERS 4, BANAT ARSENAL 1
TUKWILA, Wash---Sebastian Le Toux scored two goals to lead the Seattle Sounders to a 4-1 win over Banat Arsenal (Phoenix, Ariz.).

Nathan Knox opened the scoring in the ninth minute. Banat Arsenal equalized in the 16th minute as Maurice Hughes hammered home a volley off a short cross from Ty Hibbert.

Le Toux notched the game winner in the 32nd and added another five minutes later. Greg Howes closed out the Sounders scoring


Note the Charlotte Eagles-Lynch's Irish Pub FC match schedule for Tuesday was postponed and will be played Wednesday at 7:30

   
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