May 12, 2007 MLS Toronto FC Reserves vs Chicago Fire Reserves (from Chicago Fire Media Relations)
Reserves: Fire 2, Toronto FC 2
Chicago Fire Media Relations
TORONTO - Forward Calen Carr recorded a goal and assist to led the Chicago Fire Reserves to a 2-2 draw against the Toronto FC Reserves in a Major League Soccer Reserve Division game held at BMO Field. The contest followed the first-team match up between the squads. The Reserves' leading scorer, Carr found Pascal Bedrossian open in the 32 minute to knot the game at 1-1, then gave the Fire a brief second half lead in the 57th minute. Gathering a loose ball in the box, Carr whirled and one-touched a shot from 12-yards out past goalkeeper Srdjan Djekanovic.
Toronto (0-1-2) preserved a tie on Marco Reda's goal scored with 18 minutes left in regulation.
The Chicago Fire Reserves (0-2-2) are off until June 4 when they host the Columbus Crew Reserves at TOYOTA PARK.
• Nick Nobel replaced starter Jon Busch in the second half and made two solid saves to keep the Fire in contention.
• Ivan Guerrero saw 70 minutes of action after coming off the bench for the first team earlier in the day.
• The four goals marked the Fire Reserves' highest scoring game of the season.
Chicago Fire Reserves (4-4-2) - GK - Jon Busch (Nick Noble, 45), D - Jordan Russolillo, D - Jeff Curtin, D - Osei Telesford, D - Daniel Woolard, M - Floyd Franks, M - Brian Plotkin (Muner Hassen, 82), M - Ivan Guerrero (Nate Norman, 70), M - Mike Banner, F - Pascal Bedrossian (Erik Hort, 45) , F - Calen Carr
Toronto FC Reserves (4-5-1) - GK- Srdjan Djekanovic, D- Adam Braz, D- Marco Reda, D- Stephen Lumley, D- Gabe Gala, M- Chris Poznial, M- Joey Melo, M- David Guzman, M- Miguel Canizalez (Desmond Humphries, 59), M- Cristian Nunez, F- Abbe Ibrahim (Frank Bruno, 81)
TOR: Adam Braz 24'
CHI: Pascal Bedrossian (Carr) 32'
CHI: Calen Carr 57'
TOR: Marco Reda 72'
TOR - Marco Reda (caution), 90
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