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CONCACAF CHAMPIONS CUP: Quarterfinal, 2nd-leg summaries
March 25th, 2004 1:55AM



March 24 in Chicago

Chicago (USA) 4 San Juan Jabloteh (T&T) 0.

(Chicago wins, 6-5, on aggregate)

Goals: Ralph 42 Selolwane 51, 62, Armas 90.

Chicago -- Ring, Whitfield, Curtin, Brown, Armas, Pause (Selolwane, 46), Williams (Gray, 92+), Mapp, Beasley, Ralph, Jaqua.

San Juan Jabloteh -- Williams, Daniel, Elcock, C.Gray, I.Gray, Baptiste (Primus, 40), Eve (Peter, 66), Noel, Glenn, Noray (Bailey, 55), Whitley.

Referee: Olger Mejia (CRC)

Att.: 6,143

March 24 in San Jose, Calif.

San Jose (USA) 1 Alajuela (Costa Rica) 0.

(Alajuela wins, 3-1, on aggregate)

Goal: Mullan 90.

San Jose -- Onstad,Waibel, Agoos, Dayak, Corrales, Mullan, Ekelund, Mulrooney, Alvarez,De Rosario, Walker (Ching, 61).

Alajuela -- Gonzalez, Marin, Sirias, Chinchilla, Bryce, Arnaez, Gabas (Izaquirre, 78), Montero (Rodriguez, 86) Hernandez, Scott (Alpizar, 81), Ledezma.

Referee: Gilberto Alcala

Att.: 5,130

March 24 in Monterrey, Mexico

Monterrey (Mexico) 4 FAS (El Salvador) 1

(Monterrey wins, 4-1, on aggregate)

Goals: Franco 12, 83, Suarez 81, Rodriguez 86; Reyes 88.

Att.: 15,000.

March 24 in Pachuca, Mexico

Pachuca (Mexico) 2 Saprissa 0

(Aggregate: 2-2; Saprissa wins on penalty kicks, 3-0)

Pachuca -- Hernandez, Huiqui, Vidrio, de Anda, Rodriguez, Valdez, Correa, Caballero (Santana, 90), Esqueda (Rodriguez, 46), Badillo (Claudinho, 68), Alves.

Saprissa -- Porras, Centeno, Sequeira, Drummond, Gonzalez, Bennett, Bautista Esquivel, Lopez, Munoz (Solfs, 70), Drummond (Parks, 96), Saborio.

Att.: 20,000

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