Academy Teams

Youth Update: Sept. 30

Youth teams winless on the road against New York Red Bulls

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – All three of the New England Revolution’s youth teams suffered losses on the road against the New York Red Bulls last weekend, when they traveled to Whippany, N.J., on Sunday, Sept. 29. The Under-18s fell, 5-1, and the Under-16s were shut out, 3-0, before the U14s suffered a 3-1 loss to the Red Bulls.

UNDER-18s

The Under-18s fell, 5-1, to the New York Red Bulls on Sunday. The Red Bulls jumped out to an early, 3-0, lead by the 23rd minute, behind a pair of goals from Amando Moreno and one goal from Alex Tejera. But the Revs pulled one back before the break, Danny Apajee (Cranston, R.I.) playing Gabe Gissie (Worcester, Mass.) in on the dribble. Gissie, who found himself one-on-one with the New York goalkeeper, had his initial shot saved but he headed in his own rebound for a goal in the 42nd minute. The Red Bulls added two more goals – from Derek Etienne and Arun Basuljevic – in the second half to bring the score to 5-1. New England took nine shots in the match, but was unable to find the back of the net again. Now 3-1-0 (9 pts.) on the season, the U18s slipped to fourth place in the East Conference of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy with 2.25 points per game.

UNDER-16s

The Under-16s were shut out, 3-0, by the New York Red Bulls on Sunday. Scoreless for much of the first half, the game took a turn when Ryan Mingachos scored for New York in the 37th minute, giving the home side a lead that they would not relinquish. Ethan Lochner doubled the Red Bulls’ advantage in the 55th minute before Gideon Metrikin scored in the 78th, making it 3-0. Revs goalkeeper Bill Sinibaldi (Plaistow, N.H.) made 10 saves. With a 1-2-1 (4 pts.) record, the Revs are currently in seventh place in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy’s East Conference with 1.00 points per game.

UNDER-14s

The Under-14s suffered a 3-1 loss to the New York Red Bulls on Sunday. The Red Bulls scored goals in the 22nd and 33rd minutes for a two-goal cushion at the end of the first half. As the Revs pushed for a goal of their own in the second half, they conceded one more in the 68th minute. New England did find a consolation, however, when Matt Uek (Westwood, Mass.) won the ball back in the final third before playing it over the top for Justin Rennicks (South Hamilton, Mass.) to finish for the Revs’ lone goal in the 70th. The Under-14s are now 1-2-0 (3 pts.) on the season.

All three of the Revolution’s youth teams are set to play Albertson SC this weekend, when they will host the New York-based club at Classical High School in Providence, R.I., on Sunday, Oct. 6.

New England Revolution U18s vs. New York Red Bulls U18s
Sunday, September 29, 2013 – Whippany, N.J. (Red Bulls Training Facility)
Red Bulls 5, Revolution 1

Scoring Summary:
NY – Amando Moreno 16
NY – Amando Moreno 19
NY – Alexander Tejera 23
NE – Gabe Gissie (Danny Apajee) 42
NY – Derek Etienne 50
NY – Arun Basuljevic 83

New England Revolution: Bruce Johnson (GK), Christian Sady, Adam Norman, Chris Arling, Will Rasid (Wes Turner 45), Zach Herivaux ©, Declan McCabe (Gio Alves 78), Guy Kabala (Luke Albertini 75), Danny Apajee (Lukas Ritzer 81), Freddie Ferre (Matt Nyeayea 60), Gabe Gissie

Unused Substitutes: Nathan Gill

Misconduct Summary:
NE – Matt Nyeayea (caution) 90

New England Revolution U16s vs. New York Red Bulls U16s
Sunday, September 29, 2013 – Whippany, N.J. (Red Bulls Training Facility)
Red Bulls 3, Revolution 0

Scoring Summary:
NY – Ryan Mingachos 37
NY – Ethan Lochner 55
NY – Gideon Metrikin 78

New England Revolution: Bill Sinibaldi (GK), Matt Ranieri (Santiago Cardona 62), Max Diamond, Ben Waithe, Matt Morana ©, John Wilkins, Derek Blanchette, Eddie Venta-Yepes, Justin Freitas (Nick Ranieri 51), Levy Hernandez, Michael Faria (Freddy Stokes 41)

Unused Substitutes: Daniel Jones, Justin Rennicks

Misconduct Summary:
None

New England Revolution U14s vs. New York Red Bulls U14s
Sunday, September 29, 2013 – Whippany, N.J. (Red Bulls Training Facility)
Red Bulls 3, Revolution 1

Scoring Summary:
NY – #40 22
NY – #28 33
NY – #33 68
NE – Justin Rennicks (Matt Uek) 70

New England Revolution: Edward Walsh (GK), Prince Loney-Bailey, Aroh Calvin, Andre Bois, Travis Van Brewer, Alex Shterenberg (Joe Brito 49), Evan Glass (Poom Mera 77), Amos Shapiro (Connor Haskell 49), Isaac Angking (Matt Uek 58), Daniel Jones ©, Justin Rennicks

Unused Substitutes: Chris Ciullo, Tyler Melo

Misconduct Summary:
None