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U.S. U-17s split in France
November 7th, 2008 9AM

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The U.S. under-17 national team split in the first two games during its eight-day training camp in France. The U-17s beat the Bretigny U-18 team, 2-0, and then lost to France's U-17 national team at the French national training center in Clairefontaine.

The Americans got goals from John Agudelo and Dustin Corea in the win over the Bretigny team. Benjamin Jeannot and Christopher Missilou scored for France in its 2-0 win. Also in the lineup was 16-year-old Terence Makengo, who recently became the youngest player to sign a pro contract with Monaco.


The Americans' last game is against Paris St. Germain's U-18 team Saturday in Clairefontaine.

U-17 ROSTER:
GOALKEEPERS: Samir Badr (Bethesda Roadrunners; Fairfax, Va.), Earl Edwards (La Jolla Nomads; San Diego), Spencer Richey (Crossfire Premier; Seattle)
DEFENDERS: Michael Ambrose (Texas Fire; El Paso, Texas), Julio Arjona (D.C. United Academy; Germantown, Md.), Zachary Herold (West Pines United; Port St. Lucie, Fla.), Perry Kitchen (Chicago Magic; Indianapolis), Boyd Okwuonu (Tulsa Thunder; Edmond, Okla.), Emilio Orozco (Rampage FC; Oxnard, Calif.), Tyler Polak (Capital Soccer Academy; Lincoln, Neb.), Jared Watts (North Meck Storm; Statesville, N.C.), Eriq Zavaleta (FC Pride; Westfield, Ind.)
MIDFIELDERS: Dustin Corea (East Side United; Milwaukee, Ore.), Andrew Craven (First Coast Kicks; St. Simons Island, Ga.), Sean Davis (Matchfit Academy; Holmdel, N.J.), Bryan Duran (Latino Americana; Duncanville, Texas), Luis Gil (Pateadores; Garden Grove, Calif.), Joseph Gyau (FC Delco; Silver Spring, Md.), George Malki (SC Delsol Extreme; Scottsdale, Ariz.), Erik Stephenson (San Diego Surf; Del Mar, Calif.)
FORWARDS: John Agudelo (NY Red Bulls Academy; Barnegat, N.J.), Stefan Jerome (West Pines United; Davie, Fla.), Jack McInerney (Cobb SC; Alpharetta, Ga.), Soony Saad (Vardar SC; Dearborn, Mich.)



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