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U.S. U-20 Game Summary: U.S. U-20s 1 Los Angeles Galaxy 0
February 27th, 1997 12AM

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Feb. 26 in Los Angeles

U.S. U-20 national team 1 Los Angeles Galaxy 0. Goal: S. Armas (West) 62.

U.S. U-20s -- Kirk, Sahaydak, McCarty (Abukusumo, 52), Dunseth, Chulis, Stoddard (S. Armas, 60), DiGiamarino (Moore, 47), Parra, Eodriguez, Wolff (Mucino, 52), Quill (West, 52).

Los Angeles -- Hartman, Wilson, Jolley, Pena, J. Jones, Karapetyan, Machon, Juninho, C. Armas, Taylor, Razov.

Yellow cards: Los Angeles -- Pena (n/a).

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