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ORLANDO, Fla. Wholesale Jerseys From China . -- The Vancouver Whitecaps gave the expansion Montreal Impact a first-hand look at what their impressive force of attackers can do. Eric Hassli scored in the first half and rookie Darren Mattocks and Sebastien Le Toux had goals in the second as the Whitecaps downed Montreal Impact 3-0 in pre-season play Friday night at the Disney Pro Soccer Classic. The second-year Whitecaps showed their superiority up front as Hassli scored in the 38th minute, Mattocks combined with recently acquired striker Le Toux for a goal in the 70th, and Le Toux capped it with a goal on a penalty in the 81st. "Its a pre-season game so you dont get too carried away, but it was a win and we saw a lot of the things we wanted to see," said Whitecaps coach Martin Rennie. "And to score three goals is always good." It was the opening game for both Canadian-based Major League Soccer clubs at the eight-team tournament at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex at Disney World. A sparse crowd in the 2,000-seat soccer stadium watched two teams that will face one another in their season openers March 10 in Vancouver. "Obviously it wasnt the result we wanted but we get another chance in two weeks," said Montreal midfielder Davy Arnaud, who wore the captains armband. "In the final third, we need to get a little sharper and get better ideas and create clear cut chances for ourselves. "We competed and battled and did all that stuff. Our chances will come if we keep playing the way we can." The Houston Dynamo and Sporting Kansas City played to a 0-0 draw in another match. Toronto FC plays Saturday night against USL club Orlando City and Dallas meets Swedish club BK Hacken. The Whitecaps struck when newly acquired defender Martin Bonjour made a run down the right side and slipped a pass to Hassli at the top of the penalty area for a low shot that gave the diving Donovan Ricketts no chance. Vancouver goaltender Joe Cannon needed to be sharp twice in the opening half, first on Arnauds hard low shot in the 28th that he stopped with his outstretched feet and again in the 44th when Felipe intercepted the clear of Josh Gardners corner and sneaked a low shot through traffic that Cannon dropped to the ground to save. Both teams substituted often in the second half, with Vancouver making a raft of changes in the 63rd minute, including bringing in Le Toux. It was only three minutes after Andrew Wenger, Montreals first overall pick in the MLS SuperDraft, came on the field that Mattocks, the No. 2 overall pick by Vancouver, got the insurance goal. Le Toux, a recent pick up from the Philadelphia Union, back-footed a pass to Mattocks, who broke in on the left side and scored on a high shot from close range. He used his speed again for a good chance in the 78th that was stopped by Ricketts. The Whitecaps were awarded a penalty when Long Tan was brought down in the area and Le Toux drilled in the shot. Despite the defeat, Montreal coach Jesse Marsch took heart in playing a strong first half. "Actually, the first half was good for both teams," he said. "For a pre-season it was a good game, a real game. "Two weeks away from real games, I think were better off for experiencing this game and hopefully we can get two more games here that are this pace and level that will help us get ready." Vancouvers Camilo was shown the yellow card late in the first half for a tackle from behind on Patrice Bernier that ignited some shoving from both sides. Montreals Felipe saw yellow in the second for a tackle on Gershon Koffie. Whitecaps midfielder John Thorrington came out of the game with an injury but there was no immediate word on his condition. Midfielder Davide Chiumiento was taken out early in the game as a precaution after what Rennie said was a knock on the back. 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The win was Bo Ryans 159th in conference play since arriving at Wisconsin, setting a new program record. Jon Octeus poured in 15 points to go with eight rebounds for the Boilermakers (10-6, 2-1), who have dropped four of their last six. A.J. Hammons picked up 11 points in a losing cause. The games fifth and final tie occurred with 6:49 left in regulation as Hammons connected on a jumper to pull Purdue even at 45-45. From there, Wisconsin reeled off a 9-2 run to take control for good. Kaminsky scored four in a row to start the surge and Gasser split two from the line to end it with 3:17 remaining and the Badgers held a comfortable 54-47 cushion. Four times the Boilermakers pulled within five points over the remainder of the contest, but the Badgers answered each time. Kaminskys 20th and 21st points on the night came from the free-throw line with 15 seconds left, just after Octeus got the visitors to 60-55. Wholesale Jerseys. Earlier on, Octeus and Hammons both hit jumpers and Purdue was ahead 12-7 at the six-minute mark. Dakota Mathias then hit a trey and the Boilermakers edge was 19-14, but Kaminskys layup inside of four minutes left in the first half gave the hosts a one-point edge. Nigel Hayes hit two free throws and the Badgers entered intermission up 28-27. Jacksons three-point play was the last of six in a row to begin the second half from the Badgers, then a Kendall Stephens try forged a 35-35 deadlock. Gassers bucket again was the final of six straight by the hosts who led 41-35 with 12:52 to go. Though holding onto a slim margin, Wisconsin didnt give up the lead until Hammons shot. Game Notes Purdue shot 51 percent from the field (25-of-49) in defeat, while Wisconsin was held to 43.6 percent (17-of-39) efficiency which included a 3-for-14 clip from beyond the arc ... Kaminsky connected on 11-of-14 free throws ... 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