Southwest Wake: Sports

July 11, 2014 12:00 AM

After Open Cup game, NASL fall season looms large

In some ways, the RailHawks are starting the NASL fall season with a clean slate. In others, they’re still every part of their 4-3-2 (W-L-T) record accumulated in the spring season.

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