Revolution 3, Earthquakes 0

FOXBORO, Mass. — Ted Chronopoulos scored his fifth goal of the year and reserve forward Jamar Beasley added two goals in the final 16 minutes Saturday as Eastern Division-leading New England beat San Jose 3-0.

Chronopoulos converted off a John Harkes throw-in at the 28-minute mark of the first half. Beasley, who replaced Johnny Torres in the 67th minute, scored his first career goal in 22 matches in the 74th minute, heading in a cross from Imad Baba to give New England a 2-0 lead.

Beasley scored again in the 87th minute, turning San Jose goalie Joe Cannon inside out and tucking the ball in from 12 yards out.

FUSION 4, FIRE 2: At Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Miami scored three second-half goals to defeat Chicago. The victory was the Fusion's first in four matches against the Fire this season and also ended a string of three consecutive losses.

CREW 1, BURN 1: At Columbus, Ohio, Jason Farrell scored in the 72nd minute Saturday, enabling Columbus (5-7-3) to stay third in the MLS Central Division, one point ahead of Dallas (5-8-2). The one point for the tie was the first for Dallas on the road this season after six straight losses.

WIZARDS 0, UNITED 0: At Washington, Saturday night's game between the Kansas City Wizards and D.C. United was called after a scoreless first half because four banks of lights were dark at RFK Stadium.

Under MLS rules, the game is official because at least one half was played. United president Kevin Payne, a member of the league's competition committee, said he will appeal the 0-0 tie because he doesn't remember the league passing a rule declaring a game valid after one half.

RAPIDS 1, GALAXY 0 (OT): At Denver, Junior Agogo scored an unassisted goal to lift Colorado past Los Angeles in the extra session.