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[CONCACAF UNDER-20 WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP] The USA won a pair of 6-0 decisions and moved into the semifinals  of the Concacaf
U-20 Women’s Championship. Wake Forest's Katie Stengel and Penn State's Mia Hayes each scored two first-half goals and the USA cruised to a 6-0 win over Cuba on Sunday at Panama City's Estadio Rommel Fernandez, two days after North Carolina-bound Lindsey Horan scored three goals to lead the USA to a 6-0 win over Guatemala in the Group B opener.

The USA dominated both games, outshooting Guatemala 17-3 and Cuba 19-1.

Next up for the USA: host Panama on Tuesday in the final group match.

March 4 in Panama City
USA 6 Cuba 0. Goals: Stengel 5, 37, Hayes 25, 29, DiBernardo 52, Ubogagu 84.
USA -- Smith, Dunn, Brannon, Kallman, Pathman, Mewis (DiBernardo, 46), Brian, Laddish (Killion, 70), Hayes, Stengel (Horan, 46), Ubogagu.
Cuba -- Moreno, Manzano, Ramirez, Mena, Perez, Pelaez, Goitizolo, Bayeaux (Marcos, 50), Galan (Bacallao, 52), de la Caridad Ponce,  Calderon (Gutierrez, 78).

March 2 in Panama City
USA 6 Guatemala 0. Goals: Horan 12, 46, 74, Johnston 29, Stengel 54, Roccaro 60.
USA -- Heaberlin, Dunn, Roccaro, Kallman, Pathman, Mewis, Brian (DiBernardo, 68), Johnston, Horan, Stengel (Ubogagu, 57), Ohai (Hayes, 46).
Guatemala -- Castellon, Bucaro, Rivera, Barrios-Castaneda, Hernandez, Mejia (Morales, 90), Espino, Razuleu (Argueta, 35), Marroquin (Calderon, 86), Andrade, Perez.



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