KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Kevin Souter, who made the Kansas City Wizards roster on an open tryout, scored his first MLS goal in a 2-0 victory over Toronto FC on Saturday night.

Souter, who signed in April and made his debut last week, came in as a sub in the 76th minute for forward Abe Thompson. Josh Wolff sent a cross into the area three minutes later, and Souter used the outside of his left foot to flick the ball over keeper Greg Sutton.

Jack Jewsbury converted a penalty kick in the 63rd minute for the Wizards (8-9-8), who earned their first back-to-back wins since opening the season with victories over D.C. United and Colorado. Toronto FC (7-12-6), which didn't record a shot on goal all night, is winless in five matches.

Kevin Hartman recorded his ninth shutout despite not making a save.

Sutton kept Toronto in the match with two first-half saves. But in the 61st minute, Tyrone Marshall fouled Wolff on a run through the penalty area. Sutton guessed correctly on Jewsbury's kick, diving to his left, but the ball sailed past his outstretched fingers for a 1-0 lead.

Jewsbury will have to sit out Kansas City's next game after getting a yellow card for a reckless foul in second-half stoppage time.

RAPIDS 1, REVOLUTION 1: At Commerce City, Colo., Kenny Mansally scored in the 50th minute and New England held on for a tie with Colorado.

Colorado opened the scoring on Colin Clark's goal in the 42nd minute.

The Rapids are third in the Western Conference at 9-12-4.

New England (12-7-6), second in the East, hasn't won in Colorado since 2002.