MLS Regular Season

Dynamo 3, San Jose Earthquakes 1

Dynamo 3, SJ Earthquakes 1

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Houston rolled to a dominating home victory with headed goals in the first 12 minutes from Brian Ching and Kei Kamara, both from Brad Davis assists, and a second-half goal from Craig Waibel in his first MLS start of the year.

San Jose Earthquakes (1-6-2) vs. Houston Dynamo (4-2-3)
May 23, 2009 -- Robertson Stadium, Houston TX

Dynamo 1, New York Red Bulls 1

Dynamo 1, New York Red Bulls 1

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Summary

The Dynamo earned a road tie on artificial turf but came close to earning a victory. Corey Ashe set up fellow substitute Chris Wondolowski for the go-ahead goal in the 78th minute, but John Wolyniec netted for New York in the 88th minute to break the Dynamo’s 491-minute shutout streak and steal points away from Houston.

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Dynamo 1, FC Dallas 0

Dynamo 1, FC Dallas 0

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Summary

Houston picked up its third straight win and fourth straight shutout with a nationally televised decision over rival FC Dallas. The winner came in the second half, when Stuart Holden’s left-footed cross set up Kei Kamara for a powerful header and Mother’s Day celebration.

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Dynamo 2, New England Revolution 0

Dynamo 2, NE Revolution 0

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Summary

The Dynamo made it two in a row with their first ever win in Foxborough. Stuart Holden scored with a long-range shot that slipped through Matt Reis, and Brian Ching sewed the game up with a header. The game also marked defender Andrew Hainault’s debut when he came on as a substitute.

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Dynamo 1, Colorado Rapids 0

Dynamo 1, Colorado Rapids 0

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Summary

Honoring fallen Houston firefighters with a jersey patch, the Dynamo appeared on their way to their first win thanks to a header from Brian Ching. Colorado got a late penalty kick chance to tie the game, but Pat Onstad stoned Conor Casey’s shot and the follow-up in an emotional play that turned the Dynamo’s season around.

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Dynamo 0, New York Red Bulls 0

Dynamo 0, New York Red Bulls 0

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Summary

The Dynamo once again failed to come away with their first win of the year after a physical tie with old playoff foe New York. In his fourth season, Mike Chabala finally made his MLS debut as a substitute – and was ejected in stoppage time.

Notes

The Houston Dynamo and New York Red Bulls both remained winless after a scoreless draw at Robertson Stadium Saturday night.

Dynamo 0, D.C. United 1

Dynamo 0, D.C. United 1

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Summary

The Dynamo’s winless skid to start the season was extended to six games on a fluke goal by Luciano Emilio, and Brad Davis hit the crossbar as Houston came close to tying the match.

Notes

The Houston Dynamo lost to D.C. United in a 1-0 match at RFK Stadium Saturday night; it was D.C. United's first win against the Dynamo since May 26, 2007.

Dynamo 2, San Jose Earthquakes 3

Dynamo 2, SJ Earthquakes 3

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Summary

A frenetic six-minute stretch late in the first half saw the Dynamo go down 2-0, then rally to tie on a header from Chris Wondolowski and a long-range strike from Brad Davis, but San Jose countered with a goal just before halftime from Cam Weaver – who would later suit up for Houston – on a play the Dynamo thought was offside.

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Dynamo 1, Columbus Crew 1

Dynamo 1, Columbus Crew 1

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Summary

The Dynamo took the lead early in the second half on a well-worked passing sequence between Chris Wondolowski and Brian Ching, with Ching tapping in the first goal of the MLS season. The Dynamo walked away disappointed after Columbus equalized in the final 10 minutes on a goal from Guillermo Barros Schelotto.

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Dynamo 1, Chivas USA 1

Dynamo 1, Chivas USA 1

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Houston closed the regular season at rival Chivas USA and almost came away with a win, leading on a Dwayne De Rosario penalty kick until Jim Curtin equalized with a scrappy last-minute goal.

Houston Dynamo (13-5-12) vs. Chivas USA (12-11-7)
October 25, 2008 -- The Home Depot Center, Carson CA

Scoring Summary:
HOU -- Dwayne De Rosario 7 (penalty kick) 52
CHV -- Jim Curtin 1 (unassisted) 90

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