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U.S. SOCCER: U-17s move into Montaigu semifinals
March 27th, 2002 12AM
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The U.S. under-17 national team moved into the semifinals of the Montaigu "Mondial Minimes" with a 2-1 win over Tunisia. Guillermo Gonzalez and John DiRaimondo scored goals one minute apart late in the game to give the Americans, who hit the post four times, the win in Mouilleron, France. They meet host France, winner of the 2001 Under-17 World Cup, in the semifinals March 30 in Montaigu. Gonzalez and DiRaimondo have each scored five goals in the last four internationals. USA-TUNISIA SUMMARY March 27 in Mouilleron, France USA 2 Tunisia 1. Goals: Gonzalez pen. 72, DiRaimondo 73; Hammami 50. USA -- Marfuggi, Harrison, Vogl, Owens, Helton (Spector, 66), Grazier, Gaven, Gonzalez, Harrington (Lewis, 75), DiRaimondo, Ashe.

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