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4. YOUTH: U-17 boys down Guatemala twice
September 18th, 2006 11:51PM



The U.S. U-17s beat their Guatemalan counterparts twice in three days in Bradenton, Fla. Guatemala, which aims to reach the U-17 World Cup for the first time in history, is coached by American Tim Hankinson, who coached in MLS in 1998-2004. Israel Sesay, a Sierra Leone native who recently obtained U.S. citizenship, scored twice for the USA in a 3-0 win Sept. 15. Ryan Finley notched a first-half hat trick in a 6-2 win Sept. 17.

Sept. 15
USA 3 Guatelama 0

Goals: Ellis McLoughlin (Bryan Dominguez) 17, Israel Sesay (Abdusalam Ibrahim) 70, Israel Sesay (Jose Altimorano) 73.

Sept. 17
USA 6 Guatemala 2
Ryan Finley (Matt Uy), Ryan Finley (Zac MacMatch), Ryan Finley (Brendan King), TJ Nelson (Brandon Zimmerman), Evan Raynr (Jose Altimorano), Kirk Urso (Dersu Albofathi); Edgar Macal, Byron Vega (Edgar Vega)

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