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Americans have edge in Germany series
February 8th, 2011 12:09AM

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[U.S. UNDER-17 & UNDER-18 GIRLS] The USA went unbeaten in three games against Germany involving under-17 and under-18 girls national teams.

The USA won the U-17 and U-18 matchups, and its U-17s tied a combination U-17/U-18 German team, 2-2, in the final match.

So Cal Blues' Amber Munerlyn led the USA with two goals for the U-17s in their 3-1. win.

Maryland-bound Ashley Spivey and Rachel Price, a junior who plans to attend Florida State, scored in the U-18s' 2-1 win.

Jan. 31 in Sunrise, Fla.
USA U-17s 3 Germany U-17 1. Goals: Munerlyn 29, 60, Green 50; Dongus 82.
USA -- Campbell, Baur, Andrews, Freeman (Romano, 67), Goralski, Boyles, Miranda (Lane, 46), Sullivan (Stuckey, 53), Mills (Dorsey, 73), Keester (Green, 45), Munerlyn (Schoales, 62).

Feb. 1 in Sunrise, Fla.
USA U-18s 2 Germany U-18s 1. Goals: Spivey 54, Price 62; DaBritz 88.
USA -- Rowland (Casey, 46), Amack, Roccaro, Price (Meier, 79), Bernard (McNabb, 65), Liedle (Doniak, 46), Galvan (Spivey, 46), Yu, Weatherholt, Parker (Farrell, 46), Horan (Lavrusky, 46).

Feb. 3 in Sunrise, Fla.
U.S. U-17s 2 Germany U-18s 2. Goal: Sullivan 42, Kaskie 57; Dongus 30, Romert 77.
USA -- Campbell (Miller, 46), Baur (Kaskie, 37), Powers, Andrews, Goralski, Boyles (Mills, 59), Lane, Simmons (Sullivan, 37), Swift (Boon, 37), Munerlyn (Schoales, 65), Green (Chiu, 46).



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