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USA rolls six again
by Paul Kennedy, March 6th, 2012 11:22PM

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[CONCACAF UNDER-20 WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP] The USA made it three wins, all by the score of 6-0, when it defeated host Panama at the Concacaf U-20 Women’s Championship.

Such was the U.S. domination that it outshot Panama, 22-0. Penn State star Maya Hayes led the Americans with two goals and an assist.

The USA moves into final's semifinals against Mexico. Canada meets Panama in the other game. The winners and the winner of Sunday's third-place game advance to the Under-20 Women's World Cup.

(Click here for Panama-USA highlights.)

March 6 in Panama City
Panama 0 USA 6. Goals: Capelle 28, DiBernardo 45, Johnston 53, Hayes 59, 78, Mewis 69.
Panama -- Montenegro, Mills, Fareaux, Camacho (Diaz, 26), Cox (Garcia, 46), Rodriguez, Gonzalez, Jordan, Sanjur, Quintero (Zorrilla, 68), Riley.
USA -- Heaberlin, Brannon, Roccaro, Kallman, Amack, Killion (Laddish, 46), DiBernardo, Johnston (Mewis, 56), Capelle, Horan (Hayes, 46), Ohai.



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