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Olympic qualifying this week ...
March 28th, 2012 1:43AM

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[SCOREBOARD] Olympic qualifying in the Concacaf region will go on without the United States. Mexico and Honduras joined El Salvador and Canada in Saturday's semifinals at Livestrong Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kan. The winners of the Mexico-Canada and El Salvador-Honduras games will go to the London Olympics. For all qualifying results and schedule ...

SCHEDULE:
March 31 in Kansas City, Kan.
Mexico vs. Canada, 6:00 p.m. ET Telemundo
El Salvador vs. Honduras, 9:00 p.m. ET NBC Sports Network

April 2 in Kansas City, Kan.
Championship Game, 8:00 p.m. ET Universal Sports

GROUP B:
March 25 in Carson, Calif.
Mexico 1 Panama 0.
Goal: Torres 90.
Honduras 2 Trinidad & Tobago 0. Goals: Hernandez 37, Lozano 70.
Att.:
10,061.

March 25 in Carson, Calif.

Mexico 3 Honduras 0. Goals: Pulido 12, 40, 46.
Panama 1 Trinidad & Tobago 1. Goals: Waterman 69; Winchester 90.
Att.: 16,184.

March 23 in Carson, Calif.
Mexico 7 Trinidad & Tobago 1. Goals: Pulido 19, Fabian 33, 68, 84, Reyes 51, Jimenez 74, Cortes 90; Molino 87.
Honduras 3 Panama 1. Goals: Hernandez 19, Martinez 47, Lopez 87; Glaize 55.
Att.: 8,251.

PTS TEAM W-T-L GF/GA
9 Mexico 3-0-0 11/1
6 Honduras 2-0-1 5/4
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1 Panama 0-1-2 2/5
1 Trin. & Tobago 0-1-2 2/10

GROUP A:
March 26 in Nashville, Tenn.
USA 3 El Salvador 3. Goals: Boyd 1, 64, Corona 69; Blanco 35, Flores 37, Alas 90.
Canada 1 Cuba 1. Goals: James 25; Reyes 90.
Att.: 7,889.

March 24 in Nashville, Tenn.
USA 0 Canada 2. Goals: Henry 57, Cavallini 84.
El Salvador 4 Cuba 0. Blanco 4, Flores, 53, 80, Menjivar 69.
Red Card:
Cuba -- Francisco 49.
Att.: 10,578.

March 22 in Nashville, Tenn.
USA 6 Cuba 0. Goal:
Corona 11, 40, 88, Agudelo 37, own goal 43, Adu 62.
Red Card: Cuba -- Macias 19.
Canada 0 El Salvador 0.
Att.: 4,269.

PTS TEAM W-T-L GF/GA
5 El Salvador 1-2-0  7/3
5 Canada 1-2-0 3/1
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4 USA 1-1-1 9/5
1 Cuba 0-1-2 1/11



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