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U.S. U-19 WOMEN: Another Kerri Hanks hat trick paces 11-1 rout of T&T
May 30th, 2004 11:53PM
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Kerri Hanks scored three more goals Sunday, her second hat trick in as many games and the U.S. under-19 womenÆs national team again hit double figures to snare the anticipated semifinal berth at the CONCACAF U-19 womenÆs qualifying tournament.

Bristyn Davis scored twice in her tournament debut, and Megan Rapinoe scored her third goal and added two assists as the Americans hammered Trinidad & Tobago, 11-1, in a Group B clash at Molson Stadium on the McGill University campus in Montreal.

Hanks, who also netted a hat trick in FridayÆs 14-0 rout of the Dominican Republic, is the eight-nation tournamentÆs leading scorer with six goals. The University of Notre Dame-bound Texan, a veteran of the 2002 world-championship U.S. U-19 squad, has scored 18 goals in 23 international U-19 appearances.

The United States closes Group B play Tuesday against Costa Rica (2-0-0), which clinched a semifinal berth Sunday by dominating the Dominican Republic, 11-0, as Maciel Chacon scored three goals and Shirley Cruz added a pair.

Canada and Mexico also reached the final four with Group A victories in Ottawa. The winners of FridayÆs semifinal games in Montreal will advance to the Nov. 10-27 FIFA U-19 WomenÆs World Championship in Thailand.

Canada routed Panama, 7-0, as Aysha Jamani scored two goals and five others found the net, including Kara Lang, Brittany Timko and Josee Belanger. Carmen Padilla, a U.S. product, scored three in MexicoÆs 6-2 victory over Jamaica.

The U.S. women outshot T&T, 27-1, the only shot --- by substitute Kennya Cordner --- beating substitute goalkeeper Kelsey Davis in the 86th minute.

Yael Averbuch, Angie Woznuk and Rachel Buehler scored goals, and the Americans benefited from a pair on own goals, one in each half, by Soca Princesses defender Kia Rigsby.

The first of Bristyn DavisÆ goals was initially ruled an own goal, too.

Hanks scored in the 39th, 67th and 85th minutes, and her shot off the right post led to the first own goal, in the 26th minute. Hanks scored from AverbuchÆs through ball in the first half, then redirected a Stacy Lindstrom cross for her second goal, and beat a defender and rounded Thomas after receiving a long ball from Rapinoe.

Averbuch gave the U.S. women an eighth-minute lead, running onto a bouncing ball from Stephanie Lopez and slipping it underneath T&T goalkeeper Gail Ann Thomas, who should have done more with it. Woznuk got the second two minutes later, firing just under the crossbar from the top of the box after Nikki Krzysik fed her from a post-corner kick scramble.

Krzysik set up DavisÆ second goal in similar fashion for a 6-0 lead in the 64th minute. Buehler headed home a Lindstrom corner kick for the eighth goal, and Davis set up Rapinoe in stoppage time for the 11th.

Sunday, May 30 at Montreal

United States 11 Trinidad & Tobago 1. Goals: Averbuch 8, Woznuk 10, Hanks 39, 67, 85, own goal Rigsby 26, 77, Davis 50, 64, Buehler 73, Rapinoe 93+; Cordner 86.

United States -- Harris (K. Davis, 62); Logterman, Buehler, Sauerbrunn, Lopez; Krzysik; B.Davis, Averbuch (Igwe, 46), Rapinoe; Woznuk (Lindstrom, 46), Hanks.

Trinidad & Tobago -- Thomas; Russell, Rigsby, Meyer, Mathlin (Prescott, 61); James, Mascall, Castle (Taylor, 76), Douglas; Burton, Alexander (Cordner, 76).

Yellow cards: U.S. --- Krzysik 48, Logterman 91+.

Referee: Arlene Troya (Panama).

Att: 500.

SundayÆs other scores
Costa Rica 11 (Villalobos 2, Rios 9, Chacon 14, 65, 74, Cruz 37, 60, Esquivel 58, Wilson 77, Montes 87, Rodriguez 90) Dominican Republic 0
Jamaica 2 (Reid 37, 83) Mexico 6 (Padilla 8, 60, 90, Munoz 35, Mendoza pen. 53, Ocampo 87)
Canada 7 (Jamani 3, 34, Robinson 31, Belanger 51, Lang 57, Timko 69, Cicchini 85) Panama 0


Canada 2 0 0 11-0 6
Mexico 2 0 0 11-3 6
Jamaica 0 2 0 2-10 0
Panama 0 2 0 1-12 0

Friday, May 28
At Ottawa

Mexico 5 (Mendoza 40, Ocampo 44, 69, 85, Padilla 48) Panama 1 (own goal 45)
At Montreal
Canada 4 (Belanger 25, Jamani 62, 74, Lang 68) Jamaica 0

Sunday, May 30 (at Ottawa)
Jamaica 2 (Reid 37, 83) Mexico 6 (Padilla 8, 60, 90, Munoz 35, Mendoza pen. 53, Ocampo 87)
Canada 7 (Jamani 3, 34, Robinson 31, Belanger 51, Lang 57, Timko 69, Cicchini 85) Panama 0

Tuesday, June 1 (at Ottawa)
Jamaica vs. Panama
Canada vs. Mexico


United States 2 0 0 25-1 6
Costa Rica 2 0 0 15-1 6
Trinidad & Tobago 0 2 0 2-15 0
Dominican Republic 0 2 0 0-25 0

Friday, May 28
At Ottawa

United States 14 (Hanks 3, 4, 21, Buehler 4, McNeill 16, 19, 44, 62, Averbuch 36, Kron 43, Lindstrom 45, Rapinoe 52, 66, Orand 87) Dominican Republic 0
At Montreal
Costa Rica 4 (Villalobos 4, 81, Mendoza 19, Esquivel 91+) Trinidad & Tobago 1 (Mollon 64)

Sunday, May 30 (at Montreal)
Costa Rica 11 (Villalobos 2, Rios 9, Chacon 14, 65, 74, Cruz 37, 60, Esquivel 58, Wilson 77, Montes 87, Rodriguez 90) Dominican Republic 0
United States 11 (Averbuch 8, Woznuk 10, own goal Rigsby 26, 77, Hanks 39, 67, 85, Davis 50, 64, Buehler 73, Rapinoe 93+) Trinidad & Tobago 1 (Cordner 86)

Tuesday, June 1 (at Montreal)
Trinidad & Tobago vs. Dominican Republic
United States vs. Costa Rica

Semifinals: June 4 at Montreal
Final/Third: June 6 at Ottawa

Kerri Hanks, U.S. 6
Kia McNeill, U.S. 4
Monica Ocampo, Mexico 4
Aysha Jamani, Canada 4
Carmen Padilla, Mexico 4
Maciel Chacon, Costa Rica 3
Megan Rapinoe, U.S. 3
Karla Villalobos, Costa Rica 3
Yael Averbuch, U.S. 2
Josee Belanger, Canada 2
Rachel Buehler, U.S. 2
Shirley Cruz, Costa Rica 2
Bristyn Davis, U.S. 2
Amanda Esquivel, Costa Rica 2
Kara Lang, Canada 2
Alexandra Mendoza, Mexico 2
Venecia Reid, Jamaica 2
Amanda Cicchini, Canada 1
Kennya Cordner, Trin. & Tobago 1
Stephanie Kron, U.S. 1
Stacy Lindstrom, U.S. 1
Kandy Mendoza, Costa Rica 1
Ahkeela Mollon, Trin. & Tobago 1
Miriam Montes, Costa Rica 1
Leslie Munoz, Mexico 1
Alexa Orand, U.S. 1
Jocelyn Rios, Costa Rica 1
Jodi-Ann Robinson, Canada 1
Ivonne Rodriguez, Costa Rica 1
Brittany Timko, Canada 1
Amara Wilson, Costa Rica 1
Angie Woznuk, U.S. 1
Own goals 3

2,600 (650 average)
Ottawa: 1,500 (750 average)
Montreal: 900 (450 average)

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