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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution Academy opened the 2021 MLS NEXT Fall season with all four teams playing a pair of matches away at Oakwood SC on Saturday followed by home meetings with FC Westchester on Sunday. The Revolution Academy won seven of eight games on the opening weekend, as the Under-19s, Under-15s, and Under-14s were victorious in both their matches, while the Under-17s also won emphatically on Sunday.

Additionally, six Revolution Academy graduates and one active youth player contributed at the USL League One level as Revolution II played to a 1-1 draw with South Georgia Tormenta FC on Sunday. MLS signees Justin Rennicks and Damian Rivera started the match alongside fellow Academy products Noel Buck, and Tyler Freitas, while Colby Quiñones and Meny Silva both came off the bench. Current Academy midfielder Esmir Bajraktarevic also made a substitute appearance, his third of the year.

The U-17 and U-15 Revolution Academy teams will host New York City FC Academy on Saturday and all four teams will host Empire Academy on Sunday. Meanwhile, Revolution II also returns to action on Saturday, traveling to face North Carolina FC 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

  • Revolution Academy newcomers and residency players Greg Cook (2004 – Las Vegas, Nev.) and Marcos Quintana (2004 – Riverside, Conn.) each tallied two goals for the Under-19s over the weekend, leading the squad to a pair of wins.
  • Forward Triton Beauvois (2003 – Malden, Mass.) had one goal and two assists for the Under-19s, while forward Estevao Gouveia (2003 – Nashua, N.H.), and midfielder Jack Panayotou (2004 – Cambridge, Mass.) each tallied a goal and an assist for the U-19s.  
  • Coached by Revolution great Shalrie Joseph, forward Isaie Louis (2005 – Everett, Mass.) bagged a brace for the Under-17s on Sunday while defender Alex Rapo (2006 – Dover, Mass.) had a goal and an assist. Forward Malcolm Fry (2005 – Groton, Mass.) added a pair of assists in the winning effort.
  • Forward Peyton Miller (2007 – Unionville, Conn.) scored four goals for the U-15s this weekend, tallying twice on Saturday before adding another brace on Sunday. 
  • Forward Raphael Alves (2007 – Framingham, Mass.) added two goals in two assists over the weekend to lead the U-15s to two season-opening victories.
  • Forward Cristiano Carlos (2008 – Chicopee, Mass.) scored four goals and added an assist in his first two games with the Revolution Academy U-14 team, including a hat trick in Saturday’s contest. Forward Luka Hislop (2008 – Concord, Mass.) also tallied a hat trick for the U-14s in their victory on Sunday. 
  • Forward Brayden Fagundes (2008 – Warwick, R.I.) factored in with one goal and three assists while defender Trevor Steele (2008 – Wilbraham, Mass.) added a goal and an assist for the U-14s.
  • Recent Academy graduate Michael Tsicoulias (2002 – Newton, Mass.) scored his first collegiate goal for the University of Virginia in their match at Audi Field against Maryland on Monday night.

Revolution Academy 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 Oakwood SC U-19s 
Saturday, September 4, 2021 – Oakwood SC Field 1 (Glastonbury, Conn.)
New England Revolution 3, Oakwood SC 1 

Scoring Summary:
NE – Greg Cook (Brandonn Bueno) 20’
NE – Marcos Quintana (Gabriel de Godoi) 25’
NE – Marcos Quintana (Triton Beauvois) 53’
OAK – 74’

Revolution U-19s: Matthew Tibbetts; Gabriel de Godoi (Carl Laurent 60’), Dylan Walsh, Daniel Bede, Alex Parvu (Jack LaBelle 45’); Morris Matthews, Jack Panayotou (Andrew Millar 60’), Triton Beauvois, Marcos Quintana (Jason Zacarias 60’), Brandonn Bueno; Greg Cook (Estevao Gouveia 60’).

Substitutes Not Used: Max Weinstein, Zachary Sardi-Santos.

UNDER-19s
New England Revolution U-19s vs FC Westchester U-19s 
Sunday, September 1, 2021 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 6, FC Westchester 0 

Scoring Summary:
NE – Triton Beauvois (Jack Panayotou) 38’
NE – Carl Laurent (Triton Beauvois) 55’
NE – Jack Panayotou (Estevao Gouveia) 73’
NE – Morris Matthews (Dylan Walsh) 84’
NE – Greg Cook (Penalty Kick) 88’
NE – Estevao Gouveia (Unassisted) 88’

Revolution U-19s: Matthew Tibbetts; Zachary Sardi-Santos (Andrew Millar 60’); Dylan Walsh, Daniel Bede, Alex Parvu (Jack LaBelle 45’); Morris Matthews, Jack Panayotou, Triton Beauvois (Estevao Gouveia 60’), Marcos Quintana (Angel Ortez 70’), Jason Zacarias (Carl Laurent 45’), Greg Cook.

Substitutes Not Used: Max Weinstein, Gabriel de Godoi.

UNDER-17s
New England Revolution U-17s vs Oakwood SC U-17s 
Saturday, September 4, 2021 – Oakwood SC Field 1 (Glastonbury, Conn.)
New England Revolution 0, Oakwood SC 1 

Scoring Summary:
OAK – 35’ 

Revolution U-17s: Ryan Carney; Jack Burkhardt, Henrique Dias (Alex Rapo 75’), Matiwos Rumley, Esteban Lopera; Diego Xhikneli (Marco Dos Santos 60’), Alexi Karalis, Giuseppe Ciampa (Jamie Kabuusu 70’); Alex St. John (Caleb Huang 80’), Isaie Louis, Benaiah Hanson (Malcolm Fry 60’).

Substitutes Not Used: Kevin Christensen, Daniel Woodward.

UNDER-17s
New England Revolution U-17s vs FC Westchester U-17s 
Sunday, September 5, 2021 – Revolution Training Center Field 3 (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 5, FC Westchester 1 

Scoring Summary:
NE – Alex Rapo (Malcolm Fry) 20’
NE – Alexi Karalis (Alex Rapo) 44’
NE – Matiwos Rumley (Malcolm Fry) 50’
NE – Isaie Louis (Unassisted) 58’
NE – Isaie Louis (Alex St. John) 60’
FCW – 80’ 

Revolution U-17s: Ryan Carney (Kevin Christensen 60’); Esteban Lopera, Matiwos Rumley (Henrique Dias 60’), Daniel Woodward, Alex Rapo (Jack Burkhardt 60’); Marco Dos Santos (Giuseppe Ciampa 60’), Alexi Karalis (Diego Xhikneli 60’), Jamie Kabuusu; Alex St. John (Caleb Huang 75’), Isaie Louis, Malcolm Fry (Benaiah Hanson 60’).

Substitutes Not Used: None.

UNDER-15s
New England Revolution U-15s vs Oakwood SC U-15s 
Saturday, September 4, 2021 – Oakwood SC Field 1 (Glastonbury, Conn.)
New England Revolution 5, Oakwood SC 1 

Scoring Summary:
OAK – 16’
NE – Peyton Miller (Penalty Kick) 19’
NE – Peyton Miller (Raphael Alves) 27’
NE – Everson Goglia (Ian Hecker) 32’
NE – Aiden Reilly (Raphael Alves) 60’
NE – Joshua Poulson (Rudy Figueroa) 68’ 

Revolution U-15s: Max Dressel (Marshall Martin 64’); Luke Churchill (Conrad Sweatman 57’), Simon Henao, Sage Kinner, Alvin Depina; Ian Hecker (Owen Zhang 64’), Everson Goglia (Matthew Sarro 57’), Edwin Flores (Rudy Figueroa 64’); Raphael Alves (Joshua Poulson 64’), Aidan Reilly (Tito Nichols 64’), Peyton Miller.

Substitutes Not Used: None.

UNDER-15s
New England Revolution U-15s vs FC Westchester U-15s 
Sunday, September 5, 2021 – Revolution Training Center Field 3 (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 5, FC Westchester 1 

Scoring Summary:
NE – Raphael Alves (Owen Zhang) 2’
NE – Raphael Alves (Unassisted) 44’
FCW – 46’
NE – Tito Nichols (Unassisted) 49’
NE – Peyton Miller (Unassisted) 60’
NE – Peyton Miller (Edwin Flores 75’) 

Revolution U-15s: Max Dressel (Miles Fleming 60’); Luke Churchill (Ian Hecker 55’), Danny Stanger, Sage Kinner, Nolan Murray (Alvin Depina 55’); Owen Zhang (Edwin Flores 55’), Kevin Machado, Evan Gustafson; Raphael Alves (Aiden Reilly 70’), Joshua Poulson (Tito Nichols 40’), Rudy Figueroa (Peyton Miller 55’).

Substitutes Not Used: None.

UNDER-14s
New England Revolution U-14s vs Oakwood SC U-14s 
Saturday, September 4, 2021 – Oakwood SC Field 2 (Glastonbury, Conn.)
New England Revolution 5, Oakwood SC 0 

Scoring Summary:
NE – Cristiano Carlos (Brayden Fagundes) 5’
NE – Trevor Steele (Matias Xhikneli) 32’
NE – Cristiano Carlos (Trevor Steele) 48’
NE – Cristiano Carlos (Brayden Fagundes) 66’
NE – Daniel Jordao (Mesud Ramic) 80’

Revolution U-14s: Kaleb Curran; Ryan Scholz, Jorge Flores, Gavin Baer, Trevor Steele; Matias Xhikneli, Anthony Anduray, Luka Hislop, Brian Norena, Brayden Fagundes; Cristiano Carlos.

Substitutes Used: Jayel Goncalves, Daniel Jordao, Gabriel Jordao, Sheridan McNish, Camilo Moreno, Mesud Ramic, Jaime Vega.

UNDER-14s
New England Revolution U-14s vs FC Westchester U-14s 
Sunday, September 5, 2021 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 5, FC Westchester 1 

Scoring Summary:
FCW – 6’
NE – Luka Hislop (Anthony Anduray) 9’
NE – Brayden Fagundes (Gabriel Jordao) 16’
NE – Cristiano Carlos (Camilo Moreno) 29’
NE – Luka Hislop (Cristiano Carlos) 45’
NE – Luka Hislop (Brayden Fagundes) 65’

Revolution U-14s: Kaleb Curran; Ryan Scholz, Jorge Flores, Gavin Baer, Trevor Steele; Matias Xhikneli, Anthony Anduray, Luka Hislop, Gabriel Jordao, Brayden Fagundes; Cristiano Carlos

Substitutes Used: Jayel Goncalves, Daniel Jordao, Sheridan McNish, Camilo Moreno, Bryan Norena, Mesud Ramic, Jaime Vega.

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