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U.S. U-19s edge Whitecaps
March 29th, 2010 8:30PM
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TAGS:  under-20 world cup, youth boys


[DALLAS CUP] The USA evened its record in Super Group play at Dallas Cup XXXI with a 1-0 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps academy team.

Moises Orozco of Mexican club Tigres scored the lone goal in the first minute of the game by heading home a cross from San Diego State right winger Jose Altamirano.

For the second game in a row, the USA had a player sent off. In the 40th minute, Boston College goalkeeper Justin Luthy was ejected for a challenge just outside the penalty area.

The USA will round out group play on Wednesday against Germany's Eintracht Frankfurt.

The three other U.S. entrants -- FC Dallas, Dallas Texans and CZ Elite -- are 0-6.

Super Group Results:
Guadalajara 4 CZ Elite 0
Tottenham 1 Japan U-19s
Alajuelense 1 Chelsea 0
USA U-19s 1 Vancouver Whitecaps academy 0
Cruzeiro 5 Hoffenheim 1
Mexico U-19s 2 Eintracht Frankfurt 1
Monterrey 2 FC Dallas academy 1
Tigres 4 Dallas Texans academy 1

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