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Cannon, Earthquakes Beat Sounders 1-0

Cannon, Earthquakes Beat Sounders 1-0

May 22, 2010EARTHQUAKES PAGE

Seattle (AP) --Chris Wondolowski scored and Joe Cannon picked up his fourthstraight shutout and fifth in six games to lead the San JoseEarthquakes to a 1-0 victory over the Seattle Sounders on Saturday.Cannon stopped 18 shots in extending his shutout streak to 363minutes. He hasn't allowed a goal since the 87th minute of a 3-2 lossat Chivas USA on April 24. Last year, San Jose had just three shutouts all by Cannon.San Jose (5-2-1, 16 points), which started the day in a four-way tiefor second in the Western Conference, is unbeaten in its last fourgames (3-0-1).A long throw-in from deep down the right side in the 12th minute ofthe first half put the ball at the feet of Brandon McDonald in thepenalty area. He lofted it into the 6-yard box, and Bobby Burlingback-headed across to Wondolowski at the top left corner. He drilled itlow behind Sounders goalkeeper Kasey Keller for his fifth goal of theseason.The goal was San Jose's only shot of the first half and one of just three the Earthquakes had for the game.Seattle (3-4-1, 12 points), was coming off a 1-0 victory at New Yorklast Saturday and has yet to string together back-to-back victoriesthis season. The Sounders were shut out at home for the second straighttime and for the third time in six home games this year.

Danny Hoesen's goal in 33rd minute lifts Earthquakes past Dynamo

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Danny Hoesen's goal in 33rd minute lifts Earthquakes past Dynamo

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SAN JOSE -- Danny Hoesen scored in the 33rd minute and the San Jose Earthquakes beat the Houston Dynamo 1-0 on Saturday night.

Hoesen pulled down Kofi Sarkodie's cross and slotted home a turnaround left-footed finish from the middle of the area.

The Earthquakes (11-12-6) moved up to fifth place in the Western Conference standings. The Dynamo (10-10-8) dropped into a sixth-place tie with Real Salt Lake.

Toronto trounces Earthquakes behind Altidore's brace

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Toronto trounces Earthquakes behind Altidore's brace

TORONTO — Jozy Altidore scored twice in the second half goal and MLS-leading Toronto FC routed the San Jose Earthquakes 4-0 on Saturday.

Victor Vazquez and Canadian substitute Jonathan Osorio also scored to help Toronto (17-3-8) extend its home regular-season undefeated streak to 15 games (12-0-3) dating to October.

Alex Bono made three saves for the shutout.

Marco Urena led San Jose (10-12-6) with two shots on target.