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U.S. U-18s fall in Slovakia
April 30th, 1998 12AM

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April 30 in Piestany, Slovakia USA 0 Hungary 1. Goal: Torok 65. USA -- Spitieri, Wickart, Gieger, Gibbs, Buddle (Cooks, 70), Martino (Walls, 72), Casabielle, Radcliffe, Joy, Morales, Herrera. Hunary -- Simek, Horvath, Kellner, Tokodi, Szollar, Mogyorodi, Hajnal, Udvardi, Terejk (Torok, 43), Solyom, Tulak. Att.: 50. ò The U.S. U-18s concluded play at the Piestany '98 Tournament with a record of 1-1-2. The U.S. results:orded the following results: April 26 Norway 4-1. April 27 Cyprus 0-0. April 29 Slovakia 0-1. April 30 Hungary 0-1. In July, the U.S. U-18s will travel to Moscow, to compete in the 1998 World Youth Games, where they are scheduled to face Georgia (July 8), Turkey (July 10) and Poland (July 12) in the opening round.


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