FCD Reserve get demolished by Colorado Rapids Reserves
The Rapids Reserves move to 3-5-1 on the season while FC Dallas falls to 4-4-0 in MLS Reserve League action. FC Dallas’ next Reserve League match is scheduled for Wednesday, October 5 against the Sporting Kansas City Reserves on the adidas Field at Pizza Hut Park. That match is scheduled to kick off at 10 a.m. CT.
COL – Ross LaBauex (unassisted) 7
COL – Quincy Amarikwa (Ross LaBauex) 32
COL – Quincy Amarikwa (Andre Akpan) 37
COL – Quincy Amarikwa (Joseph Nane) 39
DAL – Ruben Luna (Victor Ulloa) 85
COL – Andre Akpan (Eddie Ababio) 89
DAL – Maykel Galindo (caution) 56
DAL – Bobby Warshaw (caution) 64
Colorado Rapids Reserves – Ian Joyce; Eddie Ababio, Scott Palguta, Mike Holody, Danny Earls; Davy Armstrong, Joseph Nane (Ricardo Perez* 82), Ross LaBauex, Josh Janniere (Dillon Serna* 76); Andre Akpan, Quincy Amarikwa (Steven Emory 62)
Substitutes Not Used: Steward Ceus, Brad Stisser**
FC Dallas Reserves – Chris Seitz (Josh Lambo 46), Moises Hernandez, Jack Stewart, Leone Cruz**, Victor Ulloa, Bobby Warshaw, Bruno Guarda, Jonathan Top (Alberto Rodriguez** 65, Bryan Leyva (Michael Ambrose* 46), Maykel Galindo, Ruben Luna
Substitutes Not Used: (None)
* = Denotes Colorado Rapids Academy or FC Dallas Academy players
**= Denotes trial players
Weather: Sunny, 85 degrees
All Statistics contained in this boxscore are unofficial
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