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Gold Cup this week ...
June 13th, 2011 11:41PM

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[SCOREBOARD] Jamaica beat Honduras, 1-0, Monday night before a sellout crowd of 25,000 at Red Bull Arena and won Group B at the Gold Cup. The San Jose Earthquakes' Ryan Johnson had the winning goal for the Reggae Boyz, while the Chicago Fire's Marco Pappa and Philadelphia Union's Carlos Ruiz scored in Guatemala's 4-0 win over Grenada to clinch a third-place berth in the quarterfinals for the Chapines. For the Gold Cup game summaries, standings and schedule ...

Results:
Group B
June 12 in Harrison, N.J.
Jamaica 1 Honduras 0.
Goal: Johnson 35.
Honduras -- Valladares, J.Garcia, Bernardez, Chavez, Sabillon, E.Martinez (W.Martinez 46), Delgado (Portillo 76), Mejia, O.Garcia, Costly (Nunez 26), Bengtson.
Jamaica -- Miller, Taylor, Morrison, Reid, K.Daley, Dicoy Williams, Phillips, O.Daley (Vernan 85), Richards, Watson (Boyd 88), Johnson (Shelton 83).
Referee: Joel Aguilar (El Salvador).
Att.: 25,000.
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June 12 in Harrison, N.J.
Guatemala 4 Grenada 0.
Goal: del Aguila 16, Pappa 22, Ruiz 54, Gallardo 59.
Guatemala -- Jerez, Gallardo, Medina, Cabrera, J.Lopez, Velasquez, Romero (Pezzarossi 83), M. Pappa (Leon 89), del Aguila, H.Lopez (Arreola 46), Ruiz.
Grenada -- Louison, Straker, Johnson, A.Modeste, Marshall (S.Phillip 65), Williams (Cyrus 46), Facey (Julien 82), Charles, M.Phillip, Murray, Bubb.
Referee: Baldomero Toledo (USA).
Att.: 25,000.
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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; Castrillo, 54), Lopez, Contreras, Ruiz, Isaula.
Red Card:
Guatemala -- Noriega 70.
Referee:
Walter Quesada (Costa Rica)
Att.: 18,057.
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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.
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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 12 in Chicago
Mexico 4 Costa Rica 1.
Goals: Marquez 17, Guardado 19, 26, Barrera 38; Urena 69.
Mexico -- Talavera, Juarez, Moreno, Marquez (Nilo 70), Salcido, Barrera (Reyna 62), Torrado, Castro, Guardado, Dos Santos, J.Hernandez (De Nigris 84)
Costa Rica -- Navas, Salvatierra, Acosta, Marshall, Mora (Duarte 46), Guevara (Urena 46), Borges, Diaz (Madrigal 85), Bolanos, Saborio, Ruiz
Referee: Roberto Moreno (Panama).
Att.:
62,000.
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June 12 in Chicago
El Salvador 6 Cuba 1.
Goals: Zelaya 11, 70, Romero 28, Blanco 69, Alvarez 83, Quintanilla 90; Marquez 82.
El Salvador --
Montes, Turcios, Garcia, Anaya, Hernandez (Quintanilla, 78), D.Alas, Romero, Alas, Flores (Alvarez, 63), Zelaya, Corrales (Blanco, 67).
Cuba --
Pichardo, Marquez, J.Colome (Quesada, 75), Dranguet, Cervantes, Carranza, J.Colome (Carrazana, 51), Hernandez, Gomez, Urgelles, Linares (Lahera, 61).
Referee: Neal Brizan (Trinidad & Tobago).
Att.:
62,000.
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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).
Referee: Jair Marrufo (United States).
Att.:
46,012.
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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).
Referee: Courtney Campbell (Jamaica).
Att.:
46,012.
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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 11 in Tampa
USA 1 Panama 2. Goals: Goodson 68; Tejada 19, Gomez (pen.) 36
USA -- Howard, Cherundolo, Goodson (Wondolowski, 78), Ream, Bocanegra, Dempsey, Bradley, Jones (Kljestan, 60), Donovan, Altidore, Agudelo (Bedoya, 61).
Panama -- Penedo, R.Torres, Dasent, Henriquez, Baloy, G.Gomez, Barahona (Torres, 70), Cooper (Quintero, 84), Henriquez, Perez, Tejada (Bonaga, 81).
Referee: Marco Rodriguez (Mexico).
Att.: 27,731.
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June 11 in Tampa
Canada 1 Guadeloupe 0. Goal: De Rosario (pen.) 57.
Canada -- Borjan, Ledgerwood, McKenna, Hainault, Klukowski, De Rosario (Jackson, 63), Dunfield, Johnson, De Guzman (Pacheco, 82), Simpson, Gerba (Friend, 63).
Guadeloupe -- Grandel, Viator, Zubar, Lambourde, Comminges, Gamiette, Fleurival (Loval, 58), Auvray, Racon (Ictoi, 65), Socrier (Nabab, 73), Jovial.
Red Card: Guadeloupe -- Lambourde 3.
Referee: Trevor Taylor (Barbados).
Att.:
27,731.
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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.
Red Card: Guadeloupe -- Lambourde 3.
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.
Red Card: Guadeloupe -- Tacalfred 38.
Referee:
Walter Lopez (Guatemala).
Att.: 28,209.

Standings:
Group A
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
9 Mexico 3-0-0 14/1
4 Costa Rica 1-1-1 7/5
4 El Salvador 1-1-1 7/7
0 Cuba 0-0-3 1/16

Group B
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
9 Jamaica 3-0-0 7/0
4 Honduras 1-1-1 7/2
4 Guatemala 1-1-1 4/2
0 Grenada 0-0-3 1/15

Group C
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
6 Panama 2-0-0 5/3
3 USA 1-0-1 3/2
3 Canada 1-0-1 1/2
0 Guadeloupe 0-0-2 2/4

Schedule:
Group C
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.
Costa Rica vs. Honduras (#19), 5 pm ET (TeleFutura)
June 18  in East Rutherford, N.J.
Mexico vs. 3B/C (#20), 8 pm ET (Univision)
June 19 in Washington, D.C.
Jamaica 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 determined.)
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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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