Academy Teams

Youth Update: October 21, 2013

Youth teams go 1-2-0 on the road

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – All three of the New England Revolution’s youth teams were on the road last weekend, coming away with a combined 1-2-0 record. The Under-14s shut out World Class FC, 3-0, on Saturday, Oct. 19, when they traveled to Orangeburg, N.Y, and the Under-18s and the Under-16s then met the Montreal Impact in Montreal on Sunday, Oct. 20, suffering 5-0 and 3-0 losses, respectively.

UNDER-18s

The Under-18s suffered a 5-0 loss to the Montreal Impact on Sunday. The teams remained scoreless for much of the first half, with the Revolution creating chances through Danny Apajee (Cranston, R.I.) and Gabe Gissie (Worcester, Mass.). Montreal struck in the 42nd minute, however, taking a lead into the break, and then extended it to 2-0 in the 47th minute. New England put together a solid spell of play shortly after, trying to get back into the game. But the Impact scored three more times in the 62nd, 82ndand 90th minutes to shut out the Revs. Now 3-2-1 (10 pts.) on the season, the U18s slipped to fifth place in the East Conference of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy with 1.67 points per game.

UNDER-16s

The Under-16s were shut out, 2-0, by the Montreal Impact on Sunday. The Impact opened scoring in the 14th minute of play, taking a lead it would not relinquish. New England pushed for the equalizer, with Justin Rennicks (South Hamilton, Mass.) and Eddie Venta-Yepes (Lowell, Mass.) each creating opportunities, but as the Revs pushed for a goal, Montreal doubled its advantage in the 65th minute, bringing the final score to 2-0. With a 2-3-1 (7 pts.) record, the Revs are currently in seventh place in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy’s East Conference with 1.17 points per game.

UNDER-14s

The Under-14s topped World Class FC, 3-0, on Saturday. The first of New England’s three first-half goals came in the sixth minute, when Amos Shapiro (Worthington, Mass.) found Isaac Angking (Providence, R.I.), who turned and fired his shot into the bottom right corner of the net. Joe Brito (Bolton, Conn.) then scored in the 25th minute, collecting a pass from Shapiro and slotting it past the on-rushing goalkeeper.Daniel Jones (West Hartford, Conn.) found the back of the net in the 35th minute, assisted by Laszlo Dorogi (West Boylston, Mass.), to close the scoring. Revolution goalkeeper Eddie Walsh (Westwood, Mass.) made four saves – including one from point-blank range in the first half – to preserve the U14s’ second shutout. The Under-14s are now 3-2-0 (9 pts.) on the season.

All three of the Revolution’s youth teams are away again this weekend, meeting Oakwood SC in Portland, Conn., on Saturday, Oct. 26.

New England Revolution U18s vs. Montreal Impact U18s
Sunday, October 20, 2013 – Montreal, QC (Stade Saputo)
Impact 5, Revolution 0

Scoring Summary:

MTL – Charles Joly 42

MTL – Mastanabal Kacher 47

MTL – Guillaume Trudel 62

MTL – Zie Mohamed 82

MTL – Yacine Ait Slimane 90

New England Revolution: Austin Aviza (GK), Will Rasid, Chris Arling, Adam Norman (Luke Albertini 75), Christian Sady, Guy Kabala, Zach Herivaux ©, Declan McCabe, Danny Apajee (Lukas Ritzer 80), Wes Turner (Leandro Alves 50), Gabe Gissie (Nathan Gill 85)

Unused Substitutes: Bruce Johnson

Misconduct Summary:

None

New England Revolution U16s vs. Montreal Impact U16s

Sunday, October 20, 2013 – Montreal, QC (Stade Saputo)

Impact 2, Revolution 0

Scoring Summary:

MTL – Jimmy-Shammar Sanon 14

MTL – Claudio Di Zazzo 65

New England Revolution: Bill Sinibaldi (GK), Matt Ranieri (Santiago Cardona 20, Nick Ranieri 65), Nick Woodruff, Ben Waithe, Matt Morana ©, Max Diamond, John Wilkins, Derek Blanchette, Eddie Venta-Yepes, Justin Rennicks, Justin Freitas (Freddy Stokes 65)

Unused Substitutes: None

Misconduct Summary:

None

New England Revolution U14s vs. World Class FC U14s

Saturday, October 19, 2013 – Orangeburg, N.Y. (WCFC Soccer Complex)

Revolution 3, WCFC 0

Scoring Summary:

NE – Isaac Angking (Amos Shapiro) 6

NE – Joe Brito (Amos Shapiro) 25

NE – Daniel Jones (Laszlo Dorogi) 35

New England: Edward Walsh (GK), Prince Loney-Bailey, Aroh Calvin, Andre Bois, Travis Van Brewer, Amos Shapiro (Matt Uek 55), Evan Glass (Chris Ciullo 69), Isaac Angking (Alex Shterenberg 55), Daniel Jones ©, Joe Brito (Connor Haskell 55), Laszlo Dorogi (Christian Schifano 49)

Unused Substitutes: Sebastian Jaramillo, Tyler Melo, Poom Mera

Misconduct Summary:

None