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Americans crush Cayman Islands, 13-0
March 13th, 2010 3:50AM

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[CONCACAF WOMEN'S UNDER-17 CHAMPIONSHIP] The USA clinched a berth in the semifinals of the CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship when it crushed the Cayman Islands, 13-0, on Friday.

The Americans take on host Costa Rica with first place in Group A on the line on Sunday at 9:30 p.m. ET. The game will broadcast live at CONCACAF.com and shown tape-delayed on Monday at 3 p.m. ET on Fox Soccer Channel.

The USA got hat tricks from team captain Morgan Brian and Havana Solaun, Lindsey Horan and Isabel Farrell scored twice while Kaili Torres, Kaysie Clark and Taylor Smith added goals.

The USA was ahead by 12 goals after 62 minutes and then cruised to the final whistle.

March 12 in Alajuela, Costa Rica
USA 13 Cayman Islands 0
Goals:
USA – Horan (Torres) 2
USA – Brian (Clark) 16
USA – Torres (Hinkle)  18
USA – Brian (Horan)  23
USA – Brian (Horan) 28
USA – Solaun (Clark) 35
USA – Clark (Brian) 38
USA – Horan (Liedle) 40
USA – Farrell (Pecht)   47
USA – Solaun (Clark) 50
USA – Solaun 60
USA – Farrell (Torres) 62
USA – Smith (Spivey) 74
Lineups:
USA -- A.Smith, Liedle, Dahlkemper, Hinkle, Torres, Wedemeyer, Brian (Pecht, 42), Clark (T.Smith, 72), Farrell, Solaun, Horan (Spivey, 46)
Cayman Islands -- Kelley, Greene, Walter (Bodden, 70), Berry, Monteith, Frederick (Borde, 66), Chin, Mobley, N.Ebanks, McLaughin, Bush
Referee: Lucila Venegas (MEX)



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