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FCD Reserves: Dynamo Downs Dallas 2-1

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Castillo goal doesn't do enough as Dallas loses another Reserve League match.


The FC Dallas Reserve team dropped another game today, their third to start the Reserve League season. The Dallas Reserves lost 2-1 at the Houston Dynamo. Fabian Castillo scored the lone goal for Dallas as the Reserve team fielded mostly Academy players in the loss.

The two sides traded blows in the first half with Houston going up just after the half hour mark with Warren Creavelle's goal. The Houston goal scorer ended up creating the penalty kick that Castillo slotted home.

FC Dallas Academy defender Christian de Luna found himself on the wrong side of Jamaican striker Jason Johnson and was whistled for a foul. The Dynamo would get their game-winner late in the match as the rookie would finished the penalty kick past Richard Sanchez.

According to the match report, the FC Dallas Reserves fielded a lineup of five current academy players and four Homegrown players, but managed to control the tempo of the match early.

FC Dallas Reserves will resume MLS Reserve League action when it travels to Toyota Park to take on the Chicago Fire Reserves on Wednesday, May 1. That match is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.

Scoring Summary:
HOU - Warren Creavalle 2 (unassisted) 33
FCD - Fabian Castillo 1 (penalty kick) 42
HOU - Jason Johnson 1 (penalty kick) 87

Disciplinary Summary
HOU - Warren Creavalle (caution) 41
FCD - Marco Ortiz (caution) 43
FCD - Christian de Luna (caution) 89

Houston Dynamo - Erich Marscheider; Christian Gonzalez*, Eric Brunner, Anthony Arena, Mike Chabala; Brian Ownby; Warren Creavalle, Luiz Camargo, Alex Dixon; Jason Johnson, Brian Ching (Bryan Salazar 46).

Subs not used: Tally Hall, Christian Diaz*, Jose Rodriguez*, Irvin Ramirez*.

FC Dallas - Chris Seitz (Richard Sanchez 57); Kris Reaves*, Bobby Warshaw, Christian de Luna*, Kellyn Acosta; Victor Ulloa, Marco Carrizales*, Marco Ortiz*, Je-Vaughn Watson; Fabian Castillo (Bobby Edet*), Bradlee Baladez.

Subs not used: Kyle Zobeck.

*Academy player