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Under-17 Women's World Cup Scoreboard
November 7th, 2008 7AM
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The United States faces surprise Group D winner South Korea in the quarterfinals of the Under-17 Women's World Cup Sunday in Hamilton, New Zealand. The other quarterfinals are Denmark-North Korea, Germany-Canada and Japan-England. For all the results and schedules ...

GAME HIGHLIGHTS (VIDEO)

Group A
Oct. 28 in Auckland
New Zealand 0 Canada 1 (Lamarre 27).
Oct. 29 in Auckland
Denmark 1 (Boye 51) Colombia 1 (Ariza 20).
Nov. 1 in Auckland
Colombia 1 (Vidal 10) Canada 1 (Ezurike 9).
New Zealand 1 (Longo 13) Denmark 2 (Andreasen 29, Olsen 56).
Nov. 4 in Hamilton
Canada 0 Denmark 0.
Nov. 4 in Wellington
New Zealand 3 (White 44, 81, 87) Colombia 1 (Ariza 82).
Final Standings: Denmark, Canada 5 points; New Zealand 3; Colombia 2.

Group B
Oct. 29 in Christchurch
Germany 5 (Mester 17, Marozsan 34, 43, Knnak 51, Kemme 66) Costa Rica 0.
North Korea 1 (Byol 69) Ghana 1 (Dadson 73).
Nov. 1 in Christchurch
Germany 3 (Marozsan pen. 5, 35, Maier 69) Ghana 2 (Dadson 65, Fordjour 86).
North Korea 2 (Yun Hyon Hi 16, 65) Costa Rica 1 (Rodriguez Cedeno 20).
Nov. 4 in Hamilton
Germany 1 (Popp 3) North Korea 1 (Jon Myong Hwa 58).
Nov. 4 in Wellington
Ghana 1 (Afriyie 19) Costa Rica 0.
Final Standings: Germany 7 points; North Korea 5; Ghana 4; Costa Rica 0.

Group C
Oct. 30 in Hamilton
Japan 3 (Iwabuchi 31, Kameoka 68, Yoshioka 74) USA 2 (DiMartino 3, K.Mewis 51).
France 6 (Crammer 5, 12, pen. 61, Poulain 17, Augis 58, Catala 86) Paraguay 3 (Gonzalez 45, Genes 90).
Nov. 2 in Hamilton

USA 3 (own goal 48, DiMartino 77, Verloo 83) Paraguay 1 (Fernandez 32).
Japan 7 (Inoue 11, Kishikawa pen. 21, 57, Kira 26, 27, 34, Shimada 38) France 1 (Augis 16).
Nov. 5 in Christchurch
Japan 7 (Kishikawa 36, 73, Ohshima 40, Hamada 43, 52, Takahashi 83, 89) Paraguay 2 (Gonzalez pen. 20, Villamayor 55).
Nov. 5 in Auckland
USA 1 (DiMartino 56) France 1 (Rubio 62).
Final Standings: Japan 9 points; USA, France 4; Paraguay 0.

Group D
Oct. 30 in Wellington
England 3 (Carter 71, 89, Bruton 75) Brazil 0.
Nigeria 2 (Adekwagh 1, Aighewi 60) South Korea 1 (Ji So Yun 85).
Nov. 2 in Wellington
England 1 (Holbrook 79) Nigeria 0.
South Korea 2 (Lee Min Sun 47, Lee Hyun Young 57) Brazil 1 (Raquel 66).
Nov. 5 in Christchurch
Nigeria 2 (Orji 43, Okoronkwo 75) Brazil 2 Ketlen 35, Rafaelle 71).
Nov. 5 in Auckland
England vs. South Korea 3 (ji So Yun 8, Koh Kyung Yeon 16, Song Ari 71) England 0.
Final Standings: South Korea, England 6 points; Nigeria 4; Brazil 1.

Quarterfinals
Nov. 8 in Wellington
Game 25: Denmark vs. North Korea
Game 26: Germany vs. Canada
Nov. 9 in Hamilton
Game 27: Japan vs. England
Game 28: USA vs. South Korea

Semifinals
Nov. 13 in Christchurch
W25 vs. W27
W26 vs. W28

Third-Place Game
Nov. 16 in Auckland

Final
Nov. 16 in Auckland




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