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U.S. U-17 boys fall to Costa Rica in friendly
January 31st, 2003 12:32PM

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The U.S. U-17 national team, which is preparing for March's qualifying tournament for the 2003 U-17 World Cup, lost 2-1 on Wednesday against Costa Rica in San Jose, Costa Rica. The teams meet again today.

Eddie Gaven, recently drafted by the MetroStars, scored the U.S. goal in the 33rd minute off a Brandon Owens assist. But the Americans gave up two goals in the final four minutes of the first half.

U-17 SUMMARY: Costa Rica-USA

Jan. 29 in San Jose, Costa Rica

Costa Rica 2 USA 1. Goals: Cespedes 42; Porrac (Cespedes) 46+; Gaven 33.

Costa Rica -- Solano, Saborio, Barboza, Araya, Guzman, Morales, Ruiz-Cristano, Varela, Gonzalez, Cespedes, Porrac.

USA -- Westberg (Marfuggi, 46), Chevannes, Spector, Owens, Germani, DiRaimondo, Grazier, Szetela (Watson, 46), Ashe, Gonzalez (Ogunsola, 75), Gaven.

Yellow cards: Costa Rica -- Saborio 48; Germani 34, Spector 46+. Red cards: none.



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