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    July 8, 2019 9:27 AM BST

    PORTLAND, Ore. Marshon Lattimore Youth Jersey . -- Diego Valeri, Jack Jewsbury and Fanendo Adi scored second-half goals while both teams played a man short to help the Portland Timbers beat Sporting Kansas City 3-0 on Sunday.In the 65th minute, a left wing cross from Vytas Vytautas Andriuskevicius was too high for Jack McInerney to head on goal. But it bounced right to Valeri just inside the penalty area, where he blasted a right-footed shot past goalkeeper Alec Kann for his 10th goal of the season.Big players, especially attacking players, come up with goals, Portland coach Caleb Porter said. Valeris doing what the big players do on good teams. You come up with big goals. Hes done that for us time and again.The Timbers put the game out of reach late in the game. In the 87th minute, Darlington Nagbe made a series of twists and turns to maintain possession in the Sporting penalty area, before laying off a pass for Jewsbury to smash into the net for his first goal.Obviously (Darlington) got into a good spot and I just tried to trail the play a little bit. I think he spun the guy two or three times and was able to lay it off to me, Jewsbury said. To be honest, I was just trying to pick the corner. It was nice to see it hit the back of the net and get that second goal, for sure.Adi followed three minutes later by collecting his own blocked shot in the penalty area and converting his second attempt for his 11 goal.Portland played most of the match with 10 men, after Diego Chara was shown a red card in the 12th minute for apparently elbowing Sporting midfielder Benny Feilhaber in the face after the two players got tangled up.We actually played better when we were 11 vs. 11 than when we went up a man. We got too direct, which I thought let them off the hook too many times, Sporting Kansas City coach Peter Vermes said. When youre up a man, you got to make the other team work and we didnt do that. We just kept giving them the ball back by playing direct up the field.Sportings man advantage was wiped out in the 39th minute, when Soni Mustivars attempt to control the ball instead caught Valeri in the knee, earning him an early exit.Portland (8-8-8) snapped a two-game winning streak and moved back into a playoff position, two points ahead of Vancouver for the final spot in the Western Conference. Kansas City (10-11-4) had its two-game winning streak snapped and remained in fifth place, one point ahead of the Timbers. Cameron Jordan Jersey . 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South Carolinas Savannah McCaskill was selected as the SEC Offensive?Player of the Year and South Carolina senior defender Kaleigh Kurtz was tabbed SEC Defensive Player of the Year. Missouris Sarah Luebbert garnered SEC Freshman of the Year honors.It is the third SEC Coach of the Year honor for Smith, who led the Gamecocks to their second regular season SEC championship with an 11-0-0 record. South Carolinas overall .972 winning percentage (17-0-1) is the best in the nation. The Gamecocks are only team in the nation without a loss on the season and are the first team since Florida in 2011 to finish league play unbeaten and untied.Ramsier, who has a 3.92 grade point average while working on a masters degree in Accountancy, already has bachelors degrees in both Accounting and Finance. She ranks tied for first in program history in game-winning goals (11), third in career goals (32), and fifth in points (79).McCaskill becomes the second South Carolina player to win SEC Offensive Player of the Year honors, joining Kayla Grimsley (2010 & 2011). The junior from Chapin, S.C., leads the SEC with 14 goals and with 36 points.Kurtz, a native of Greer, S.C., anchored a stingy South Carolina defense that allowed just seven goals on the season. The Gamecock defense ranks fifth nationally with a .038 goals against average.Luebbert earned SEC Freshman of the Year honors after scoring 10 goals in 16 games this season. The Jefferson City, Mo., product ranks tied for second on Mizzous all-time freshman goals and points lists.2016 SEC Soccer AwardsCoach of the Year: Shelley Smith, South Carolina Offensive Player of the Year: Savannah McCaskill, South Carolina Defensive Player of the Year: Kaleigh Kurtz, South Carolina Freshman of the Year: Sarah Luebbert, Missouri Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Casie Ramsier, AuburnFirst Team All-SEC:Forward: Kristen Dodson, AuburnForward: Savannah Jordan, FloridaForward: Savannah McCaskill, South CarolinaForward: Hannah Wilkinson, TennesseeMidfielder: Claire Kelley, ArkansasMidfielder: Casie Ramsier, AuburnMidfielder: Meggie Dougherty Howard, FloridaMidfielder: Chelsea Drennan, South CarolinaDefender: Kiana Clarke, AuburnDefender: Gabby Seiler, FloridaDefender: Paige Bendell, South CarolinaDefender: Kaleigh Kurtz, South CarolinaGoalkeeper: Mikayla Krzeczowski, South CarolinaAt-Large: Marion Crowder, GeorgiaAt-Large: Melanie Donaldson, MissouriSecond Team All-SEC:Forward: Mallory Eubanks, Mississippi StateForward: Sarah Luebbert, MissouriForward: Sophie Groff, South CarolinaForward: Haley Pounds, Texas A&MMidfielder: Brooke Ramsier, AuburnMidfielder: Summer Clarke, LSUMidfielder: Gretchen Harknett, Ole MissMidfielder: Kaitlyn Clark, MissouriMidfielder: Rylie OKeefe, TennesseeDefender: Jessi Hartzler, ArkansasDefender: Qyara Winston, ArkansasDefender: Caroline Waters, GeorgiaDefender: Lauren Selaiden, MissouriGoalkeeper: Sarah Le Beau, AuburnGoalkeeper: Danielle Rice, Texas A&MAt-Large: Kristen Cardano, FloridaAt-Large: Cristina DeZeeuw, VanderbiltAll-Freshman Team:Stefani Doyle, ArkansasKayla McKeon, ArkansasBri Folds, AuburnKarli Gutsche, AuburnJulia Lester, FloridaMarissa Bosco, KentuckyEvangeline Soucie, KentuckySarah Luebbert, MissouriMikayla Krzeczowski, South CarolinaMaya Neal, TennesseeGrace Piper, Texas A&MGrace Jackson, Vanderbilt Wholeslae Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale NBA Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Cheap MLB JerseysWholesale Soccer Jerseys Cheap College Jerseys Cheap Football Jerseys Cheap Basketball Jerseys Cheap Baseball Jerseys ' ' '