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U-17 89 MNT Tops Silverbacks U-18 in Atlanta

ATLANTA, Ga. (Monday, Sept. 13, 2004) – The U.S. Under-17 ’89 Men’s National Team topped the Atlanta Silverbacks U-18 on Monday by a 2-0 margin in a game played at Silverback Park in Atlanta.

Second-half subs provided all the scoring for the U.S. with goals by midfielder Michael Farfan and defender Ernesto Mariscal in the 75th and 87th minutes, respectively. Forward Joey Sorrentino had the assist on each U.S. goals.

In net for the U.S., Joseph Dendik when the full 90 minutes between the pipes for the U.S. and recorded the shutout with three saves.

- U.S. Under-17 '89 Men’s National Team Game Report -

Participants: U.S. Under-17 '89 Men's National Team vs. Atlanta Silverbacks U-18
Competition: Exhibition
Location: Silverback Park, Atlanta
Date: Sept. 13, 2004
Attendance: 40
Weather: 75 degrees

Scoring Summary:    1st      2nd      Final
USA                              0         2           2
SIL                                0         0           0

USA – Michael Farfan (Joey Sorrentino) 75th minute
USA – Ernesto Mariscal (Sorrentino) 87.

USA: 18-Joseph Dendik; 2-Michael Balogun (20-Michael Farfan, 45’), 37-Victor Cortez (22-Cesar Nunez, 45’), 25-Antonio Wallace, 27-Johnathan Collier (28-Josmer Altidore, 45’); 3-Kevin Alston (31-Ernesto Mariscal, 45’), 23-Anthony Ampaipitakwong (36-Bryan Arquez, 45’), 14-Kyle Nakazawa, 20-Gabe Farfan; 33-David Arivizu (28-Perica Marosevic, 45’), 15-Eric Avila (39-Joey Sorrentino, 45’)

SIL: 1-Selkow, 3-Cox, 5-Kevins, 8-Hudson, 9-Camey, 11-Wargrin, 12-Muller, 14-Brooks, 15-Quintero, 18-Warenth, 31-Cox

Statistical Summary:       USA     SIL
Shots                                    13 5
Saves                                   3 5
Corner Kick                         5 2
Fouls                                    16 18      
Offside                                  3 4         

Misconduct Summary:
SIL – Camey (caution)             40th minute

Referee: Brian D’Amato
1st Assistant: Patrick Baker
2nd Assistant: Andrew W. Green