Milan Iloski scored a pair of goals and Cubo Torres the other as Orange County SC rallied from an early deficit to take a 3-1 victory ...
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Milan Iloski (Orange County SC) with a Goal vs. Loudoun United FC, 06/25/2022.
All Goals from Orange County SC vs. Loudoun United FC in the 2nd Half, 06/25/2022.
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