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U-17 '89 MNT Defeat Illinois ODP 4-1

BRADENTON, Fla. (January 14, 2006) - The U-17 ’89 Men’s National Team scored four unanswered goals to defeat the Illinois '88s, 4-1, this afternoon at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

The Illiniois ODP took the lead in the 25th minute when Kyle Luetkehans buried one of just four shots they had on the day.

The U.S. was in control the rest of the way as Jeremy Hall pulled even in the 31st minute, and Anthony Wallace, Peri Marosevic and Brandon Tarr all tallied in the second half.

The U.S. will take on the Illinois ODP '88s once again on Jan. 16 in Bradenton.

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

Participants:  U.S. Under-17 ‘89s Men’s National Team vs. Illinois ODP '88
Competition:  Friendly
Location: Bradenton, Fla.
Date: January 14, 2006
Weather: Windy, 60 degrees

Scoring Summary: 
               1st    2nd        Final
USA         1        3             4
ODP        1        0             1

ODP - Kyle Luetkehans                             25th minute
USA - Jeremy Hall (Daniel Kelly)             31.
USA - Anthony Wallace                              47.
USA - Peri Marosevic (Matt Uy)                 49.
USA - Brandon Tarr (Anthony Wallace)   76.              

USA: 1-Brian Perk; 30-Matt Uy, 3-Greg Eckhardt (21-Mykell Bates, 46), 16-Kyle Davies, 2-Brandon Lee (12-David MacVane, 46); 17-Jeremy Hall, 6-Anthony Wallace, 41-Bryan Arguez (20-Brandon Tarr, 46), 15-Daniel Kelly; 11-Edgar Barajas, 13-Joey Sorrentino (10-Peri Marosevic, 46).

ODP: n/a; Bart Boguszewski, Maruice Charles, Brad Fansher, Adrian Ortiz; Jeff Atkins, Greg Klazura, Kyle Luetkehens, Aaron Nichols; Samuel Etim, Isai Lemus.
Statistical Summary:
                              USA    ODP
Shots                      18       4
Saves                       1        7
Fouls                      17        11
Corner Kicks          2        7
Offside                     2         3

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