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By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Will Johnson
The Portland Timbers mirror the personality of first-year coach Caleb Porter. With two matches left and a playoff berth within grasp, the team is all business.
After missing his team's final soccer game last season because of cancer treatment, 8-year-old Atticus Lane-Dupre made sure his teammates were in on his wish to scrimmage against the Portland Timbers.
Will Johnson scored in the 49th minute to help Real Salt Lake beat D.C. United 1-0 Saturday night for its first Major League Soccer victory in more than a month.
Trevor Bayne won instant fame with his surprise Daytona 500 victory last year. He earned a small fortune, too.
Wind or rain, cold or snow, they'll be ready.
Defender Nat Borchers has agreed to a four-year contract extension with Real Salt Lake after being voted to the league's top 11 last season.
When they see Will Johnson leave, they could throw up their hands and say, `Hey, what are these crazy guys doing?'
"It's a big win obviously," Johnson said. "We get closer to our goal: Get in the playoffs and get the highest seed possible."