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June 10th, 2011 11:24PM
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[SCOREBOARD]Jamaica got two goals from Demar Phillips and qualified for the Gold Cup quarterfinals with a 2-0 win over Guatemala on Friday. Carlo Costly scored three goals as Honduras crushed Grenada, 7-1, in the second game of the doubleheader in Miami. For the Gold Cup game summaries, standings and schedule ...

Results:
June 10 in Miami
Jamaica 2 Guatemala 0.Goals: Phillips 65, 78.
Jamaica --Ricketts, Taylor, Thomas, Dicoy Williams (Reid, 10), Phillips, Morrison, Austin (Damian Williams, 84), Vernan, Shelton, Johnson (Daley, 63), Richards.
Guatemala --
Jerez, Gallardo, Noriega, Vasquez, Gonzalez (Pappa, 46), Velasquez, Leon (Figueroa, 46; astrillo, 54), Lopez, Contreras, Ruiz, Isaula.
Red Card:
Guatemala -- Noriega 70.
Referee:
Walter Quesada (Costa Rica)
Att.:18,057.
June 10 in Miami
Honduras 7 Grenada 1.Goals: Bengston 26, 37, Costly 28, 67, 72, W.Martinez 88, Mejia 90; Murray 19.
Honduras --Valladares, J.C. Garcia, Bernardez, Chavez, Sabillon. E.Martinez (Nunez, 64), Delgado, Thomas (W.Martinez, 46), O.Garcia, Bengston (Mejia, 73), Costly.
Grenada --Louison, Straker, Johnson (Rennie, 61), Phillip, Langaigne, Williams, Modeste, Charles (Leo, 46), Joseph (Julien, 80), Facey, Murray.
Referee:David Gantar (Canada).
Att.:18,057.
Group B
June 6  in Carson, Calif.

Jamaica 4 Grenada 0. Goals: Shelton 21, R.Johnson 39, Phillips 79, O.Daley 84.
Jamaica --Ricketts, Thomas, Taylor, Williams, Morrison, Austin (K.Daley, 69), Phillips, Vernan, Shelton (Watson, 79), Richards (O.Daley, 65), R.Johnson.
Grenada --Louison, A.Modeste, L.Johnson, Cyrus, M.Marshall, Rocastle (L.Joseph, 46), P.Modeste (Phillip, 87), Straker, Charles, Facey, Rennie (Bubb, 62).
Referee:Baldomero Toledo (USA).
Att.: 21,520.
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June 6  in Carson, Calif.
Honduras 0 Guatemala 0.
Honduras --Valladares, Sabillon, Bernardez, Chavez (Leveron, 87), Beckeles, Garcia, Delgado, Thomas (Nunez, 70), E.Martinez, Costly, Bengtson (W.Martinez, 70)
Guatemala --Jerez, Cabrera, Castrillo (Medina, 72), Gallardo, Noriega, Contreras, Velazquez, Pappa (Figueroa, 81), J.Lopez, Ruiz, H.Lopez (Arreola, 46).
Red Cards:Guatemala -- Cabrera 61, Medina 79.
Referee:Francisco Chacon (Mexico).
Att.: 21,520.

Group A
June 9  in Charlotte, N.C.
Costa Rica 1 El Salvador 1. Goals: Brenes 90; Zelaya 45.
Costa Rica --Navas, Diaz, Mora (Brenes, 80), Acosta, Marshall, Salvatierra, Guevara, Bolanos (Campbell, 62), Borges, Saborio, Urena (Ruiz, 46).
El Salvador --Montes, Anyana, Turcios, Garcia, Hernandez, D.Alas, Baires (Sanchez, 46), Flores (Martin, 72), J.Alas, Zelaya, Corrales (Quintanilla, 62).
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June 9  in Charlotte, N.C.
Mexico 5 Cuba 0. Goals: J.Hernandez 36, 76, Dos Santos 63, 68, De Nigris 65.
Mexico -- Talavera, Salcido, Marquez (Torres, 72), Moreno, Torrado, Barrera (De Nigris, 64), Juarez, Guardado (E.Hernandez, 66), Dos Santos, Reyna, J.Hernandez.
Cuba --Molina, Marquez, Dranguet, Y.Colome (Quesada, 73), Fernandez, Francisco, Hernandez, J.Colome, Gomez, Cervantes (Urgelles, 11), Linares (Lahera, 70).

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June 5 in Arlington, Texas
Costa Rica 5 Cuba 0.Goals: Urena 6, 46, Saborio 41, Mora 47, Campbell 71.
Costa Rica --Navas, Marshall, Acosta, Salvatierra, Diaz, Oviedo, Borges, Mora, Bolanos (Martinez, 68), Saborio (Brenes, 69), Urena (Campbell, 56)
Cuba --Molina, Colome, Marquez, Fernandez, Urgelles, Cervantes, Francisco,  J.Colome, Gomez (Quesada, 74), Hernandez (Mesa, 79), Lahera (Linares, 60).
Referee:Roberto Moreno (Panama).
Att.: 80,108.
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June 5 in Arlington, Texas
Mexico 5 El Salvador 0.Goals: Juarez 55, De Nigris 58, J.Hernandez 60, 67, (pen.) 90.
Mexico --Ochoa, Salcido, Moreno, Rodriguez, Juarez, dos Santos (Marquez, 69), Castro (De Nigris, 57), Torrado, Guardado (Reina, 74), Barrera, J.Hernandez.
El Salvador --Montes, R.Hernandez, Gonzalez, Anaya, Garcia, J.Alas, Turcios (Baires, 62), D.Alas, Flores (Martin, 68), Quintanilla, Zelaya (Corrales, 79)
Red Card:El Salvador -- Gonzalez 90.
Referee:
Enrico Wijngaarde (Suriname)
Att.: 80,108.

Group C
June 7 in Detroit
Panama 3 Guadeloupe 2. Perez 29, Tejada 32, Gomez (pen.) 57; Jovial 65, 79.
Panama -- Penedo. L. Henriquez, Baloy, Dasent, Machado (Cummings 82), Barahona (Quintero 77), Gomez, A.Henriquez, Cooper, Perez, Tejada (Renteria 66).
Guadeloupe --Grandel, Comminges, Lambourde, Viator, Tacalfred, Collet (Gamiette 60), Fleurival, Auvray (Racon 74), Loval, Gendrey (Jovial 48), Socrier.
Referee:Trevor Taylor (Barbados).
Att.:
28,209.
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June 7 in Detroit
USA 2 Canada 0.Goals: Altidore 15, Dempsey 62.
USA -- Howard, Cherundolo, Goodson, Ream, Bocanegra, Dempsey, Bradley, Jones (Edu, 79), Donovan, Altidore (Kljestan, 74), Agudelo (Wondolowski, 65).
Canada -- Hirschfeld, Ledgerwood, McKenna, Hainault, de Jong, Dunfield (Beaulieu-Borgault, 81’), Hutchinson, Johnson (Gerba, 65), De Rosario (Friend, 81), Simpson, Jackson.
Referee:Walter Lopez (Guatemala).
Att.:28,209.

Standings:
Group A
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
6 Mexico 2-0-0 10/0
4 Costa Rica 1-1-0 6/1
1 El Salvador 0-1-1 1/6
0 Cuba 0-0-2 0/10

Group B
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
6 Jamaica 2-0-0 6/0
4 Honduras 1-1-0 7/1
1 Guatemala 0-1-1 0/2
0 Grenada 0-0-2 1/11

Group C
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
3 USA 1-0-0 2/0
3 Panama 1-0-0 3/2
0 Guadeloupe 0-0-1 2/3
0 Canada 0-0-1 0/2

Schedule:
Group A
June 12 in Chicago
El Salvador vs. Cuba, 6 pm ET (Galavision)
June 12 in Chicago
Mexico vs. Costa Rica, 8 pm ET (Univision)
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Group B
June 13 in Harrison, N.J.
Guatemala vs. Grenada, 7 pm ET (Galavision)
June 13 in Harrison, N.J.
Honduras vs. Jamaica, 9 pm ET (Galavision)
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Group C
June 11 in Tampa, Fla.
Canada vs. Guadeloupe, 6 pm ET (Galavision)
June 11 in Tampa, Fla.
USA vs. Panama, 8 pm ET (Fox Soccer, TeleFutura)
June 14 in Kansas City, Kan.
Canada vs. Panama, 7 pm ET (Galavision)
June 14 in Kansas City, Kan.
USA vs. Guadeloupe, 9 pm ET (Fox Soccer, TeleFutura)
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Quarterfinals
June 18  in East Rutherford, N.J.
2A vs. 2B (#19), 5 pm ET (TeleFutura)
June 18  in East Rutherford, N.J.
1A vs. 3B/C (#20), 8 pm ET (Univision)
June 19 in Washington, D.C.
1B vs. 2C (#21), 3 pm ET (Univision)
June 19 in Washington, D.C.
1C vs. 3A/B (#22), 6 pm ET (Univision)
(Fox Soccer's quarterfinal broadcast schedule is to be determine.)
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Semifinals
June 22  in Houston
Winner 19 vs. Winner 20 (#23), 7 pm ET (Fox Soccer, Univision)
June 22  in Houston
Winner 21 vs. Winner 22 (#24), 10 pm ET (Fox Soccer, Univision)
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Final
June 25 in Pasadena, Calif.
Winner 23 vs. Winner 24, 9 pm ET (Univision)



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