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5. U.S. ABROAD: Guadarrama called up for Mexico's U-20s
October 18th, 2006 1:09AM
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Sonny Guadarrama, who has played for the U.S. under-18 and under-20 national teams, has been called into a Mexico U-20 national team camp this week in Mexico City.

The 5-foot-7 Guadarrama, the second leading scorer in the NCAA Division I ranks as a freshman in 2005 for Campbell, left school this summer to join Mexican club Santos. Guadarrama's older brother, Willy, was a 2006 Soccer America Preseason All-American for the Camels. The Guadarramas hail from Cedar Park, Texas.

Mexico's U-20s, who are scheduled to face Ecuador twice this week, are preparing for qualifying in February for the 2007 World Youth Championship in Canada. The nucleus of the U-20 team consists of players from Mexico's 2005 U-17 world championship team.


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