U-14 v EMP 11

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution Academy continued their 2021 MLS NEXT Fall season with all four teams in action last weekend. The Under-17 and Under-15s fell on Saturday to New York City FC Academy and the Under-17s, Under-15s, and Under-14s all had big wins on Sunday against Empire Academy (N.Y.). The Under-19s dropped their lone match of the weekend on Sunday to Empire, 2-1.

Additionally, Revolution Academy midfielder Esmir Bajraktarevic became the seventh youth player to start a professional match for Revolution II and the third Academy player to score in a professional match. Six Revolution Academy graduates also featured for Revolution II in the last contest at North Carolina FC. MLS signees Justin Rennicks and Damian Rivera started the match alongside fellow Academy product Noel Buck, while Colby Quiñones, Hikaru Fujiwara, and Meny Silva all came off the bench.

All four Revolution Academy teams will travel to New York City this weekend for road matches at Met Oval on Saturday and BW Gottschee on Sunday. Meanwhile, Revolution II also returns to action on Friday hosting the Richmond Kickers at 7:00 p.m. ET (ESPN+). Click here to learn more about the New England Revolution Academy. The complete MLS NEXT schedule and all the latest news from around the league can be viewed here.

Revolution MLS NEXT & Alumni Highlights

  • Midfielder Esmir Bajraktarevic became the third Revolution Academy player to tally a professional goal, scoring 12 minutes into his first pro start for Revolution II on Saturday at North Carolina FC.
  • Defender and Revolution Academy newcomer Daniel Bede (2003 – Framingham, Mass.) scored his first goal for the program on Sunday for the U-19s.
  • Forward Caleb Huang (2006 – Hopkinton, Mass.) scored a hat trick and forward Isaie Louis (2005 – Everett, Mass.) added a goal and two assists in a rout for the U-17s over Empire Academy on Sunday.
  • Forward Benaiah Hanson (2006 – Loudon, N.H.) also factored in with a pair of goals for the U-17s while Alex St. John (2005 – Needham, Mass.) and Angel Ortez (2006 – Revere, Mass.) each had two assists.
  • Forward Peyton Miller (2007 – Unionville, Conn.) scored two goals and added an assist while midfielder Conrad Sweatman (2007 – Stow, Vt.) chipped in two assists in a victory on Sunday for the U-15s
  • Forwards Cristiano Carlos (2008 – Chicopee, Mass.) and Mesud Ramic (2008 – Weare, N.H.) each tallied two goals and an assist in a winning effort for the U-14s on Sunday. Forward Luka Hislop (2007 – Concord, Mass.) added a goal and an assist in the victory as well.

Revolution Academy’s Latest College Commitments

  • Malcolm Fry (2005 – Groton, Mass.) – Wake Forest
  • Jack Panayotou (2004 – Cambridge, Mass.) – Georgetown
  • Max Weinstein (2004 – Montpelier, Vt.) – Vermont

UNDER-19s

New England Revolution U-19s vs Empire Academy U-19s

Sunday, September 12, 2021 – South Walpole Field 1 (Walpole, Mass.)

New England Revolution 1, Empire Academy 2

Scoring Summary:

EMP – 39’

NE – Daniel Bede (Jack Panayotou) 40’

EMP – 64’

Revolution U-19s: Matthew Tibbetts; Gabriel de Godoi, Dylan Walsh, Daniel Bede (Jack Burkhardt 65’), Jack LaBelle (Alex Parvu 65’); Morris Matthews, Andrew Millar (Marcos Quintana 45’), Jason Zacarias (Triton Beauvois 45’), Jack Panayotou, Brandonn Bueno; Greg Cook (Estevao Gouveia 70’).

Substitutes Not Used: Max Weinstein, Marco Dos Santos.

UNDER-17s

New England Revolution U-17s vs New York City FC U-17s

Saturday, September 11, 2021 – Revolution Training Center Field 3 (Foxborough, Mass.)

New England Revolution 1, New York City FC 3

Scoring Summary:

NE – Malcolm Fry (Corner Kick) 60’

Revolution U-17s: Ryan Carney; Jack LaBelle (Enzo Goncalves 67’), Jack Burkhardt, Matiwos Rumley, Alex Parvu; Marco Dos Santos (Jamie Kabuusu 67’), Alexi Karalis (Carl Laurent 79’), Giuseppe Ciampa (Alex Rapo 79’); Steban Lopera, Isaie Louis, Malcolm Fry (Benaiah Hanson 79’).

Substitutes Not Used: Kevin Christensen, Diego Xhikneli.

UNDER-17s

New England Revolution U-17s vs Empire Academy U-17s

Sunday, September 12, 2021 – South Walpole Field 2 (Walpole, Mass.)

New England Revolution 9, Empire Academy 1

Scoring Summary:

NE – Own Goal 7’

NE – Enzo Goncalves (Angel Ortez) 21’

NE – Benaiah Hanson (Matiwos Rumley) 38’

NE – Caleb Huang (Carl Laurent) 47’

NE – Benaiah Hanson (Angel Ortez) 53’

EMP – 61’

NE – Alex St. John (Isaie Louis) 73’

NE – Isaie Louis (Alex St. John) 75’

NE – Caleb Huang (Alex St. John) 79’

NE – Caleb Huang (Isaie Louis)

Revolution U-17s: Ryan Carney; Matiwos Rumley (Steban Lopera 65’), Daniel Woodward, Henrique Dias, Alex Rapo; Diego Xhikneli (Giuseppe Ciampa 70’), Jamie Kabuusu, Angel Ortez (Marco Dos Santos 70’); Carl Laurent (Isaie Louis 65’), Benaiah Hanson (Alex St. John 60’), Enzo Goncalves (Caleb Huang 45’).

Substitutes Not Used: Alexi Karalis.

UNDER-15s

New England Revolution U-15s vs New York City FC U-15s

Saturday, September 11, 2021 – Revolution Training Center Field 3 (Foxborough, Mass.)

New England Revolution 0, New York City FC 5

Scoring Summary:

NYC – 50’

NYC – 72’

NYC – 74’

NYC – 77’

NYC – 80’

Revolution U-15s: Max Dressel; Luke Churchill, Simon Henao, Sage Kinner, Alvin Depina; Matthew Sarro (Owen Zhang 40’), Kevin Machado (Cristiano Carlos 52’), Ian Hecker (Kevin Medina 52’); Rudy Figueroa (Conrad Sweatman 40’ [Nolan Murray 70’]), Raphael Alves, Peyton Miller.

Substitutes Not Used: Miles Fleming, Danny Stanger.

UNDER-15s

New England Revolution U-15s vs Empire Academy U-15s

Sunday, September 12, 2021 – South Walpole Field 2 (Walpole, Mass.)

New England Revolution 5, Empire Academy 0

Scoring Summary:

NE – Peyton Miller (Unassisted) 29’

NE – Sage Kinner (Conrad Sweatman) 35’

NE – Peyton Miller (Unassisted) 52’

NE – Raphael Alves (Peyton Miller) 56’

NE – Luke Churchill (Conrad Sweatman) 60’

Revolution U-15s: Miles Fleming; Luke Churchill, Danny Stanger, Sage Kinner, Nolan Murray; Matthew Sarro, Owen Zhang, Conrad Sweatman, Raphael Alves; Rudy Figeuroa, Peyton Miller.

Substitutes Used: Alvin Depina, Ian Hecker, Kevin Machado, Kevin Medina, Marshall Martin, Simon Henao.

UNDER-14s

New England Revolution U-14s vs Empire Academy U-14s

Sunday, September 12, 2021 – South Walpole Field 1 (Walpole, Mass.)

New England Revolution 6, Empire Academy 1

Scoring Summary:

NE – Luka Hislop (Cristiano Carlos) 8’

NE – Anthony Anduray (Mesud Ramic) 17’

EMP – 20’

NE – Cristiano Carlos (Penalty Kick) 47’

NE – Cristiano Carlos (Luka Hislop) 52’

NE – Mesud Ramic (Jaime Vega) 72’

NE – Mesud Ramic (Camilo Moreno) 77’

Revolution U-14s: Kaleb Curran; Jorge Flores, Caiden London, Gavin Baer, Trevor Steele; Anthony Anduray, Brayden Fagundes, Luka Hislop, Gabriel Jordao, Cristiano Carlos, Mesud Ramic.

Substitutes Used: Jayel Goncalves, Daniel Jordao, Sheridan McNish, Camilo Moreno, Ryan Scholz, Tommy Tsouros, Jaime Vega.

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