Lauren Scott of the host Cayman Islands attempts a free kick against the Bahamas during their CONCACAF Under-15 Girls' Championship match on August 8, 2014, at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex in George Town.
GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands – The host Cayman Islands and Honduras clinched quarterfinal places at the inaugural CONCACAF Under-15 Girls’ Championship with wins on Friday.
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Here’s a recap of the evening’s action:
Cayman Islands 4, Bahamas 1
At the Truman Bodden Sports Complex, captain Lauren Scott struck for a pair of goals and the Cayman Islands defeated the Bahamas, 4-1, to seal a quarterfinal place in the CONCACAF Under-15 Girls’ Championship.
The host got off to a fast start with Chelsea Green tucking home in the 2nd minute after a goal-mouth scramble. Scott (5’) doubled the advantage three minutes later and 11-year old Sabrina Suberan (17’) made sure Cayman took a 3-0 lead into the break.
In the second half, Scott (42’) completed her brace seven minutes after the restart, scoring Cayman’s ninth goal in just two matches.
Laurann Brown (70’) grabbed a consolation goal for the Bahamians in the final minute of play.
British Virgin Islands 1, Curacao 2,
At Ed Bush Stadium, Curacao rallied to post a 2-1 win over the British Virgin Islands.
Katie Lowery (41’) gave BVI the lead six minutes into the second half.
Curacao replied through Lindsay Hart (46’, 50’), who struck on a free kick and converted a penalty within four minutes of each other.
Barbados 0, Honduras 3
Honduras used a strong second half to defeat Barbados 3-0 at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.
Annelise Canahuati (25’), Sharon Moreira (60’), Lisbeth Cruz (68’) scored one goal each to give the Central Americans a second straight win and a spot in the final eight with a game to spare.
Bermuda 1, Trinidad and Tobago 1
In an evenly contested match, at Ed Bush Stadium, Trinidad & Tobago and Bermuda played to a spirited 1-1 draw.
Raenah Campbell (11’) gave the Trinidadians an early 1-0 lead, but Bermuda’s Nia Christopher (36’) leveled just a minute into the second half.