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U.S. Under-17 Women's National Team

U-17 WNT Domestic Training Camp - Elite Athlete Training Center; Chula Vista, Calif. - Oct. 21-28

PLAYER POS. HT. BIRTHDATE HOMETOWN CLUB/COLLEGE
M 5-2 Naperville, Ill. Galaxy SC
GK 5-11 Danville, Calif. Mustang SC
D 5-8 Swampscott, Mass. FC Stars of Mass
M 5-2 Naperville, Ill. Galaxy SC
M Alpharetta, Ga. Concorde Fire
M 5-1 California, Md. Richmond United
D Orange, Calif. So Cal Blues
M Cumming, Ga. Tophat SC
M 5-5 Davis, Calif. Davis Legacy
M San Diego, Calif. San Diego Surf
F 5-4 Wahiawa, Hawaii Honolulu Bulls
F 5-5 Fleming Island, Fla. Jacksonville Armada
D 5-9 Raleigh, N.C. CASL
D 5-8 Seattle, Wash. Seattle Reign Academy
GK 5-11 Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte Soccer Academy
M Menlo Park, Calif. DeAnza Force
F 5-4 Douglas, Mass. FC Stars of Mass
GK Southfield, Mich. Michigan Hawks
F Balch Springs, Texas Dallas Kicks
D 5-2 Germantown, Md. Bethesda SC
F 5-5 Sandy, Utah Celtic Storm
F 5-11 Prosper, Texas FC Dallas
D 5-6 Marietta, Ga. Tophat SC
F 5-6 Buffalo Grove, Il. Eclipse Select SC
D 5-4 Rossmoor, Calif. So Cal Blues
M 5-5 Atlanta, Ga. Concorde Fire
GK 5-7 Arlington, Va. McLean ECNL
D 5-6 Monrovia, Calif. Slammers FC

U-17 WNT Domestic Training Camp - Elite Athlete Training Center; Chula Vista, Calif. - Oct. 21-28

Position:Midfielder

Height:5-2

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Position:Midfielder

Hometown:Naperville, Ill.

Club:Galaxy SC

Position:Goalkeeper

Height:5-11

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Position:Goalkeeper

Hometown:Danville, Calif.

Club:Mustang SC

Position:Defender

Height:5-8

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Position:Defender

Hometown:Swampscott, Mass.

Club:FC Stars of Mass

Position:Midfielder

Height:5-2

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Position:Midfielder

Hometown:Naperville, Ill.

Club:Galaxy SC

Position:Midfielder

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Position:Midfielder

Hometown:Alpharetta, Ga.

Club:Concorde Fire

Position:Midfielder

Height:5-1

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Position:Midfielder

Hometown:California, Md.

Club:Richmond United

Position:Defender

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Position:Defender

Hometown:Orange, Calif.

Club:So Cal Blues

Position:Midfielder

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Position:Midfielder

Hometown:Cumming, Ga.

Club:Tophat SC

Position:Midfielder

Height:5-5

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Position:Midfielder

Hometown:Davis, Calif.

Club:Davis Legacy

Position:Midfielder

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Position:Midfielder

Hometown:San Diego, Calif.

Club:San Diego Surf

Position:Forward

Height:5-4

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Position:Forward

Hometown:Wahiawa, Hawaii

Club:Honolulu Bulls

Position:Forward

Height:5-5

Birthdate:

Position:Forward

Hometown:Fleming Island, Fla.

Club:Jacksonville Armada

Position:Defender

Height:5-9

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Position:Defender

Hometown:Raleigh, N.C.

Club:CASL

Position:Defender

Height:5-8

Birthdate:

Position:Defender

Hometown:Seattle, Wash.

Club:Seattle Reign Academy

Position:Goalkeeper

Height:5-11

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Position:Goalkeeper

Hometown:Charlotte, N.C.

Club:Charlotte Soccer Academy

Position:Midfielder

Birthdate:

Position:Midfielder

Hometown:Menlo Park, Calif.

Club:DeAnza Force

Position:Forward

Height:5-4

Birthdate:

Position:Forward

Hometown:Douglas, Mass.

Club:FC Stars of Mass

Position:Goalkeeper

Birthdate:

Position:Goalkeeper

Hometown:Southfield, Mich.

Club:Michigan Hawks

Position:Forward

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Position:Forward

Hometown:Balch Springs, Texas

Club:Dallas Kicks

Position:Defender

Height:5-2

Birthdate:

Position:Defender

Hometown:Germantown, Md.

Club:Bethesda SC

Position:Forward

Height:5-5

Birthdate:

Position:Forward

Hometown:Sandy, Utah

Club:Celtic Storm

Position:Forward

Height:5-11

Birthdate:

Position:Forward

Hometown:Prosper, Texas

Club:FC Dallas

Position:Defender

Height:5-6

Birthdate:

Position:Defender

Hometown:Marietta, Ga.

Club:Tophat SC

Position:Forward

Height:5-6

Birthdate:

Position:Forward

Hometown:Buffalo Grove, Il.

Club:Eclipse Select SC

Position:Defender

Height:5-4

Birthdate:

Position:Defender

Hometown:Rossmoor, Calif.

Club:So Cal Blues

Position:Midfielder

Height:5-5

Birthdate:

Position:Midfielder

Hometown:Atlanta, Ga.

Club:Concorde Fire

Position:Goalkeeper

Height:5-7

Birthdate:

Position:Goalkeeper

Hometown:Arlington, Va.

Club:McLean ECNL

Position:Defender

Height:5-6

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Position:Defender

Hometown:Monrovia, Calif.

Club:Slammers FC

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U-17 WNT Defeats Haiti in First of Two Florida Friendlies

LAKEWOOD RANCH, Florida (Dec. 13, 2017) – The U.S. Under-17 Women’s National Team defeated its counterparts from Haiti 5-0 in the first of two friendly matches between the teams that will conclude the USA’s programming for 2017.

The teams will meet against on Friday, Dec. 15, at Premier Sports Campus in Lakewood Ranch, Fla. (7:30 p.m. ET). Admission is free.

Both the USA and Haiti are preparing for the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship, scheduled for April 19-29 in Nicaragua. The tournament will qualify three teams to the 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Uruguay.

The USA scored its first three goals in a nine-minute span from the 12th to the 20th minute. The first goal came off a corner kick as Sunshine Fontes sent her service to the near post and Makenna Morris flicked it on to Tori Hansen, who finished it behind the goalkeeper.

Fontes scored the second goal two minutes later after Natalia Staude sent a diagonal ball over the top from her left back position. Fontes collected the ball outside the penalty box on the right side and finished it into the far post after three aggressive touches toward the net.

The third goal came after Smith Hunter sprinted down the left wing, beating several defenders, and sent a cross into the penalty box. Samantha Kroeger skillfully popped the ball up with her thigh and finished it with her head.

Hunter set up the fourth goal as well, taking off on a counter attack before slotting a firm pass on the ground across the middle to Maya Doms, who finished on the cusp of halftime.

The USA’s lone goal in the second half came five minutes from time. Peyton Linnehan raced down the right flank with the ball and started to penetrate towards goal before chipping a cross to the back post for Isabella D’Aquila to finish with her head.

The U-17s have been quite active this year as they prepare for qualifying. The squad has played tournaments in Slovenia/Italy and China while also defeating England in two late August games in Portland, Oregon by a 12-3 aggregate score. The team traveled to Mexico City in mid-November for two matches against the Mexico U-17 WNT, tying 1-1 and winning 4-0. The U-17s have lost just one of 12 international games this year, a wild back-and-forth 5-4 setback against China in Weifang in July.

The roster for these two matches consist of 22 players born in 2001 – the age cut off year for the next U-17 Women’s World Cup -- and four born in 2002.

U.S. Under-17 Women’s National Team Match Report

Match: United States U-17 Women’s National Team vs. Haitian U-17 Women’s National Team
Date: December 13, 2017
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: Premier Sports Camps, Lakewood Ranch, FL
Kickoff: 3 p.m. ET
Weather: 62 degrees, sunny, windy

Scoring Summary:   1          2          F         
USA                             4          1          5
HAI                              0          0          0

USA – Tori Hansen (Makenna Morris)                       12th minute
USA – Sunshine Fontes (Natalia Staude)                  14
USA – Samantha Kroeger (Smith Hunter)                  20      
USA – Maya Doms (Smith Hunter)                            45
USA – Isabella D’Aquila (Payton Linnehan)                85

Lineups:
USA: 12-Angelina Anderson (capt.), 2-Makenna Morris (4-Talia DellaPeruta, 76), 15-Natalia Staude, 5-Tori Hansen (25-Bria Schrotenboer, 72), 16-Smith Hunter, 20-Sophia Jones, 8-Maya Doms (24-Ariella Pitty, 72), 10-Mia Fishel, 21-Samantha Kroeger (13-Isabella D’Aquila, 60), 9-Jordan Canniff (11-Payton Linnehan, 76), 18-Sunshine Fontes
Subs not used: 1-Halle Mackiewicz, 3-Kate Wiesner, 6-Astrid Wheeler, 7-Samantha Meza, 14-Croix Bethune, 17-Mackenzee Vance, 19-Kalyssa Van Zanten, 22-Lindsey Romig, 23-Enzi Broussard
Head Coach: Mark Carr

HAI: 1-Madeline Fleuriot, 2-Dougenie Tabitha, 4-Ruthny Mathurin, 5-Estericove Joseph, 6-Angeline Gustave, 7-Abaina Louis (3-Nancy Lindor, 51), 10-Daelle Melchie Dumornay (capt), 13-Rachelle Caremus, 14-Bethina Petit Frere (8-Dieunica Jean Baptiste, 73), 15-Danielle Etienne (20-Flero-Dina Surpris, 70), 16-Isabelle Bernier (9-Samantha Dumont, 52)
Subs not used: 11-Elisabeth Brivil, 12-Edjenie Joseph, 17-Beurnengy Adrien, 18-Maille Jean Baptiste, 19-Milan Pierre Jerome
Head Coach: Fiorda Charles

Stats Summary: USA / HAI                         
Shots: 15 / 2
Shots on Goal: 10 / 1
Saves: 1 / 5
Corner Kicks: 6 / 0
Fouls: 7 / 6
Offside: 2 / 1

Misconduct Summary:
HAI – n/a (Caution)                              90th minute

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U-17 WNT Dec 14, 2017

U-17 WNT to Play Haiti Twice During Training Camp in Lakewood Ranch, Fla.

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U-17 and U-18 WNT to Hold Concurrent Training Camps

CHICAGO (Oct. 16, 2017) – The U.S. Under-17 Women’s National Team and the U.S. Under-18 Women’s National Team will hold concurrent training camps at the Elite Athlete Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif., from Oct. 21-28. U.S. U-18 WNT head coach Jaime Frias has named 28 players for his camp, with 22 players born in 2000 and six in 1999. U.S. U-17 WNT head coach Mark Carr has Read more
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U-17 WNT Defeats Mexico 4-0 in Mexico City

MEXICO CITY (Nov. 18, 2017) – The U.S. Under-17 Women’s National Team rebounded from a 1-1 draw with Mexico on Nov. 16 to defeat its counterparts 4-0 in the second of two friendly matches at Mexico’s National Team Training Center. Midfielder Croix Bethune scored twice, sandwiched between single scores from forwards Isabella D’Aquila and Jordan Canniff.

The two matches served as excellent preparation for both teams ahead of the 2018 CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship. That tournament, to be held in Nicaragua next spring, will qualify three teams for the 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Uruguay.

"Obviously, we are very happy with the 4-0 result,” said U.S. U-17 WNT head coach Mark Carr. “We made several changes from the first game and our players responded with a very disciplined performance. Coming out of this experience in Mexico, we know that we have a lot of work ahead of us as we continue to improve leading into World Cup qualifying next year."

The age cutoff for the next U-17 Women’s World Cup is players born on or after January 1, 2001. For these games U.S. U-17 WNT head coach Mark Carr named 19 players born in 2001 and three born in 2002.

As in the first match two days ago, the USA scored early. Midfielder Hannah Bebar played a ball over the back line to Sunshine Fontes, who crossed into the middle for D’Aquila to finish first-time. It was D’Aquila’s third international goal in four U-17 appearances.

Unlike the match two days ago, the USA piled on three more goals to put the game away. It took the young Americans until the second half to score a second, but it came as part of a two-goal flurry from Bethune in a six-minute span.

Her first score came when the ball popped out to the top of the penalty box and she side-footed her shot into the top corner in the 51stt minute. She made it 3-0 in the 56th when she evaded a few defenders and hit a blast from outside the penalty area that flew into the upper left corner. The goals were Bethune’s second and third at the U-17 international level in 10 caps.

Bethune also created the fourth and final score, slipping a through ball into the path of Canniff, who dribbled along the end line and showed patience before beating the goalkeeper at a tough angle for her eighth U-17 goal in 18 caps.

U.S. Under-17 Women’s National Team Match Report

Match: United States U-17 Women’s National Team vs. Mexico
Date: November 18, 2017
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: Centro de Alto Rendimiento; Mexico City, Mexico
Weather: 70 degrees, clear

Scoring Summary:   1          2          F         
USA                             1          3          4
MEX                            0          0          0

USA – Isabella D’Aquila (Sunshine Fontes)               8th minute
USA – Croix Bethune                                                  51
USA – Croix Bethune                                                  56
USA – Jordan Canniff (Croix Bethune)                      80                       

Lineups:
USA: 12-Angelina Anderson; 17-Smith Hunter, 15-Natalia Staude, 16-Michela Agresti (capt), 2-Makenna Morris (3-Kate Wiesner, 54); 14-Hannah Bebar, 24-Croix Bethune, 20-Sophia Jones (21-Samantha Kroeger, 65); 19-Kalyssa Van Zanten (9-Jordan Canniff, 46), 13-Isabella D’Aquila (11-Lia Godfrey, 46), 18-Sunshine Fontes (10-Mia Fishel, 78)

Subs not used: 1-Cayla White, 4-Tori Hansen, 5-Kennedy Wesley, 6-Astrid Wheeler, 7-Samantha Meza, 8-Maya Doms
Head Coach: Mark Carr

MEX: 20-Jaidy Gutierrez; 16-Reyna Reyes, 2-Tanna Sanchez, 15-Julieta Peralta, 5-Ximena Rios (11-Esmeralda Zamarron, 57); 8-Nicole Perez (capt), 6-Mariana Elizondo, 4-Arely Salcedo (14-Nayeli Diaz, 40), 19-Natalia Mauleon (17-Yolanda Jimenez, 77); 10-Alison Gonzalez, 9-Vanessa Buso (21-Fernanda Rosales, 75)
Subs not used: 1-Clarissa Ramirez, 3-Nicole Soto, 7-Fatima Arellano, 12-Dayan Tellez, 13-Noemi Granados, 18-Valentina Oviedo, 22-Valeria Perez, 23-Valeria Reza
Head Coach: Christopher Cuellar

Stats Summary: USA / MEX                        
Shots: 11 / 5
Shots on Goal: 5 / 3
Saves: 3 / 1
Corner Kicks: 4 / 1
Fouls: 6 / 1
Offside: 5 / 3

Misconduct Summary:
None

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U-17 WNT Nov 18, 2017

U-17 WNT Draws Mexico 1-1 in Mexico City

MEXICO CITY (Nov. 16, 2017) – The U.S. Under-17 Women’s National Team drew its counterparts from Mexico 1-1 in the first of two friendly matches between the teams at Mexico’s National Team Training Center. Midfielder Maya Doms scored the USA’s lone goal, her fourth in 10 caps at the U-17 level.

The USA traveled to Mexico City after training in Sunrise, Florida for a few days and will face Mexico again on Nov. 18.

“Overall, I think our performance today was well below our own team standards,” U.S. head coach Mark Carr said. “We have great respect for Mexico, but we are definitely disappointed as a group and it’s a reminder for us all that there are no easy games in CONCACAF. We scored a nice goal early, but then didn’t push on from there and that allowed Mexico to gain momentum and get back in the game.”

The matches serve as excellent preparation for both teams ahead of the 2018 CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship. That tournament will be held in Nicaragua next spring and will qualify three teams for the 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Uruguay.

The age cutoff for the next U-17 Women’s World Cup is players born on or after January 1, 2001, and Carr named 19 players born 2001 and three born in 2002 for these games.

The USA took a 1-0 lead in the 9th minute. Team captain Kennedy Wesley played a long ball past Mexico’s back four to forward Jordan Canniff who took it down the flank and crossed into the six-yard box where Doms finished smartly.

Mexico got its equalizer from the penalty spot in the 60th minute when Alison Gonzalez was taken down in the penalty box. Nicole Perez stepped up and scored on the ground into the lower right corner.

“We will recover, analyze ourselves and then focus on what we can improve,” Carr added. “What I do know about our team is that they will be hungry to improve on what we did today and will put in a much better performance against Mexico on Saturday. We did create the better chances over the entire match, but the longer it takes to get a second goal, it always gives the opponent belief.”

U.S. Under-17 Women’s National Team Match Report

Match: United States U-17 Women’s National Team vs. Mexico
Date: November 16, 2017
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: Centro de Alto Rendimiento; Mexico City, Mexico
Weather: 70 degrees, cloudy

Scoring Summary:   1          2          F         
USA                             1          0          1
MEX                            0          1          1

USA – Maya Doms                 9th minute
MEX – Nicole Perez                60

Lineups:
USA: 1-Cayla White; 2-Makenna Morris (17-Smith Hunter, 61), 5-Kennedy Wesley (capt), 4-Tori Hansen (16-Michela Agresti, 61), 3-Kate Wiesner; 6-Astrid Wheeler, 8-Maya Doms, 10-Mia Fishel (24-Croix Bethune, 69); 7-Samantha Meza (13-Isabella D’Aquila, 61), 9-Jordan Canniff, 11-Lia Godfrey (18-Sunshine Fontes, 69)
Subs not used: 12-Angelina Anderson, 14-Hannah Bebar, 15-Natalia Staude, 19-Kalyssa Van Zanten, 20-Sophia Jones, 21-Samantha Kroeger
Head Coach: Mark Carr

MEX: 20-Jaidy Gutierrez (1-Clarissa Ramirez, 86); 16-Reyna Reyes, 3-Nicole Soto, 2-Tanna Sanchez, 22-Valeria Perez; 8-Nicole Perez (capt), 6-Mariana Elizondo (13-Noemi Granados, 57), 7-Fatima Arellano (14-Nayeli Diaz, 57), 19-Natalia Mauleon; 10-Alison Gonzalez (18-Valentina Oviedo, 74), 9-Vanessa Buso
Subs not used: 4-Arely Salcedo, 5-Ximena Rios, 11-Esmeralda Zamarron, 12-Daylan Tellez, 15-Julieta Peralta, 17-Yolanda Jimenez, 21-Fernanda Rosales, 23-Valeria Reza
Head Coach: Christopher Cuellar

Stats Summary: USA / MEX                        
Shots: 4 / 5
Shots on Goal: 2 / 4
Saves: 3 / 1
Corner Kicks: 6 / 4
Fouls: 5 / 7
Offside: 3 / 2

Misconduct Summary:
None

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U-17 WNT Nov 16, 2017

U-17 WNT to Hold Training Camp in Florida and Mexico City

CHICAGO (Nov. 3, 2017) – The U.S. Under-17 Women’s National Team will hold a training camp from Nov. 11 to 19 that will be split between Sunrise, Florida and Mexico City.

The USA will come together in Florida for a few days of training before traveling to Mexico on Nov. 14, where it will train for one more day and then play the Mexico U-17 WNT in two internationals over three days. Both games – on Nov. 16 and Nov. 18 – will be at Mexico’s National Training Center and will serve as excellent preparation for both teams ahead of the 2018 CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship. The continental championship will be held in Nicaragua next spring and will qualify three teams for the 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Uruguay.

U.S. U-17 WNT head coach Mark Carr has called up 22 players coming off a 28-player training camp in Chula Vista, Calif. at the end of October. The roster includes all four players in the current pool who have reached double figures in U-17 caps. All four participated in the previous cycle, as defender Kate Wiesner (21 caps), defender Kennedy Wesley (20), forward Jordan Canniff (16) and forward Lia Godfrey (10) were all members of the USA’s 2016 U-17 Women’s World Cup team in Jordan.

The U-17s have been quite active this year as they prepare for qualifying. The squad has played tournaments in Slovenia/Italy and China while also defeating England twice in Portland, Oregon by a 12-3 aggregate score in late August. The U-17s have lost just one of nine international games this year, a wild July back-and-forth 5-4 setback against China in Weifang.

The age cutoff for the next U-17 Women’s World Cup is players born on or after January 1, 2001. Carr named 19 players born 2001 and three born in 2002 for this event.

U.S. U-17 Women’s National Team Roster by Position:
GOALKEEPERS (2): Angelina Anderson (Mustang SC; Danville, Calif.) Cayla White (Washington Spirit - Baltimore Armour; Arlington, Va.)   
DEFENDERS (7): Michela Agresti (FC Stars of Mass.; Swampscott, Mass.), Tori Hansen (NC Courage Academy; Raleigh, N.C.), Smith Hunter (Seattle Reign Academy; Seattle, Wash.), Makenna Morris (Bethesda SC; Germantown, Md.), Natalia Staude (Tophat SC; Atlanta, Ga.), Kennedy Wesley (So Cal Blues; Rossmoor, Calif.), Kate Wiesner (Slammers FC; Monrovia, Calif.)                                                 
MIDFIELDERS (7): Hannah Bebar (Eclipse Select; Naperville, Ill.), Croix Bethune (Concord Fire SC; Alpharetta, Ga.), Maya Doms (Davis Legacy; Davis, Calif.), Mia Fishel (San Diego Surf; San Diego, Calif.), Sophia Jones (San Jose Earthquakes; Menlo Park, Calif.), Samantha Kroeger (World Class FC; West Milford, N.J.), Astrid Wheeler (Concorde Fire SC; Atlanta, Ga.)                                                    
FORWARDS (6): Jordan Canniff (Washington Spirit - Baltimore Armour; California, Md.), Isabella D'Aquila (So Cal Blues; Mission Viejo, Calif.), Sunshine Fontes (Hawaii Rush; Wahiawa, Hawaii), Lia Godfrey (United Soccer Alliance; Fleming Island, Fla.), Samantha Meza (Solar SC DA; Dallas, Texas), Kalyssa Van Zanten (Eclipse Select; Buffalo Grove, Ill.)                                                     

                                                                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                               

                                                                                                

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