Wednesday, August 15, 2001
DURHAM FLAMES SHUTOUT OLYMPIANS
Durham Flames scored an important shutout 2-0 win over Toronto Olympians in CPSL league action at Birchmount Stadium tonight to join a tight race for this season's league honours that now has just three points separating the second-place St. Catharines Roma Wolves from now sixth-place Flames. This group trails top place Olympians who sit at 8-5-1 in the W-L-T columns for 25 points. Craig Patton, his ninth of the season, and Des Humphrey were the goal scorers for Oshawa.
Brampton Hitmen edged North York Astros, 2-1,
for Hitmen's second win in succession and for the season. Ivan Ursic
opened the scoring after two minutes for the Hitmen and Alex Morrison made
it 2-0 at 28 minutes for the half-time score. Bill Androutsos of the
Astros cut the Hitmen lead to 2-1 at the 53rd minute mark. Toronto Croatia
and London City deadlocked 1-1 at Memorial Park in Mississauga on goals by
Croatia forward Vladimir Koval and London's Jeff Brown.
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