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June 15, 2015 5:42 PM

‘Quake killer’ leads Republic FC into U.S. Open Cup match

Republic FC veteran forward Justin Braun has played well against Earthquakes

Sacramento looks to upset Major League Soccer affiliate in San Jose

Defending USL champs lost 2-1 to Earthquakes in last year’s Open Cup

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