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Crew goes 0-for-3 during week; winless streak is at 7 with three shutout losses in a row

Carl Robinson, Vancouver's head coach said you have to speed Columbus up when playing them. They are tough when the game is slowed down (photo by Stuart Mason)

Erik Hurtado, says he likes playing with Kekuta Manneh who gets him the ball in good spots (photo by Stuart Mason)


 

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54,264 Erik Hurtado Vancouver On his team finally playing well on the road Vancouver 1 Crew 0 5 10 2014

54,260 Dominic Oduro Crew On team winless and non scoring streak Vancouver 1 Crew 0 5 10 2014

GAME NOTES:

* Columbus fall to 3-4-3 on the season, dropping out of the top half of the Eastern Conference, while Vancouver improve to 4-2-4. The Whitecaps have 16 points and the Crew are still stuck on 12 points.

* The Crew have now played 321 minutes without tallying a goal, and their last goal from the run of play came from Hector Jimenez’s late-game heroics against D.C. United on April 19.

* The Men of the Match were: Midfielder Matias Laba and Forward Erik Hurtado for Vancouver. Goalkeeper Steve Clark was the lone star for Columbus.

The road win stretches Vancouver’s unbeaten streak to four, while Columbus remains winless in their last seven MLS matches. the Vancouver Whitecaps won their second straight match, handing the Columbus Crew its third straight loss of the week.

What is surprising to everyone, fans and media, Crew head coach Gregg Berhalter named the same starting 11 as he did in Week 1. It was expected that things would be shaken up for the team’s struggling offense.

The Whitecaps scored the game’s lone goal in the 37th minute on a strike by Erik Hurtado. The Vancouver forward controlled a long free kick from his goalkeeper David Ousted from the opposite half of the field, turned left into space and unleashed a perfectly placed drive that Clark had no chance to save. That was Hurtado’s first MLS goal. and Ousted got a rare assists as a goalkeeper.


Dragons fall behind 9-2, but rally falls short in 9-6 defeat

 

Alex Burgos (courtesy of West Michigan Whitecaps)

West Michigan starting pitcher Alex Burgos struck out 10 batters in 6.1 strong innings as the Whitecaps held off a furious ninth inning comeback bid and knocked off the Dayton Dragons 9-6 on Tuesday night.

The Dragons suffered their fifth straight loss before a crowd of 7,922 at Fifth Third Field.

The game was a carbon copy of the one from Monday when the Dragons entered the ninth inning down 8-0 and scored six runs to get the tying run to the plate with one out before coming up short.

On Tuesday, Dayton trailed 9-2 going into the ninth and had the tying run at the plate with one out.

Dragons starting pitcher Tanner Robles suffered the loss and fell to 3-8. He pitched 4.1 innings, allowing eight hits and four runs (three earned) with one walk and four strikeouts.

Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

West Michigan shuts down Dayton Dragons, 8-0

Kyle Ryan (courtesy of West Michigan Whitecaps)

West Michigan starting pitcher Kyle Ryan threw 6.2 scoreless innings and the Whitecaps jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning on their way to an 8-0 win over the Dayton Dragons on Sunday afternoon in Comstock Park, Michigan.

The Whitecaps earned their fourth straight win as they handed the Dragons their seventh loss in the last eight games.

Whitecaps right fielder Ryan Hamme, in his first game in the Detroit Tigers organization after being released by the White Sox last week, went 4-for-4 to pace a 16-hit attack. West Michigan achieved a season-high for a Dragons opponent for hits in a game.

The Dragons last week were 14-9, now have a record of 15-16.

Dayton starting pitcher Daniel Renken (1-4) suffered the loss. He pitched six innings, allowing 11 hits and five runs (three earned) with no walks and two strikeouts.

The Dragons are 11-5 at home this season, but are only 4-11 on the road and have lost six straight on the road.