Faced with an advantageous Canada that maintained several attacks on the Uruguayan area, the score remained until the fourth quarter 0-0 thanks to the solid defense of the Uruguayan goalkeeper Maria Bate and their team mates. However, in the 53rd minute of the last quarter, the player number 6 , Anna Mollenhahuer, would be in charge of unleashing the celebrations just seven minutes from the end of the game, is that after a penalty corner, the player concretized by the minimum difference the advantage to become Junior Champions of the Pan American Championship in Santiago. At the final whistle, the party for the Canadian bench did not wait. After receiving the cup and medal for the wished first place, the U21s from Canada sang the national anthem.
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Faced with an advantageous Canada that maintained several attacks on the Uruguayan area, the score remained until the fourth quarter 0-0 thanks to the solid defense of the Uruguayan goalkeeper Maria Bate and their team mates.

However, in the 53rd minute of the last quarter, the player number 6 , Anna Mollenhahuer, would be in charge of unleashing the celebrations just seven minutes from the end of the game, is that after a penalty corner, the player concretized by the minimum difference the advantage to become Junior Champions of the Pan American Championship in Santiago.

At the final whistle, the party for the Canadian bench did not wait. After receiving the cup and medal for the wished first place, the U21s from Canada sang the national anthem.

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