New England Revolution Academy Highlights: March 8, 2022

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution Academy opened the MLS NEXT spring season last Sunday, securing two wins and two draws after welcoming Met Oval to Gillette Stadium.

The U-17s scored four goals in a shutout victory over Met Oval with Jamie Kabuusu (2006 – Chestnut Hill, Mass.) and Raphael Alves (2007 – Framingham, Mass.) each tallying while Eric Martinez (2006 – Perris, Calif.) notched a brace, tying him with Olger Escobar (2006 – Malden. Mass.) for the team lead in goals scored with seven on the season. Owen Beninga (2007 – Jackson, W.Y.) and Marshall Nason Martin (2007 – Norwood, Mass.) combined for the clean sheet in net.

The U-15s scored five goals as Cristiano Carlos (2008 – Chicopee, Mass.) extended his team lead to nine tallies on the year after adding on two more vs. Met Oval. The forward saw his first scoring opportunity with a scorpion kick that hit the post. Hector Orozco (2007 – Arp, T.X.), Tommy Tsouros (2008 – Bow, N.H.), and Cliff-Grova Rwabira (2008 – Portland, M.E.) also each tallied as Jose Goodman Millman (2008 – Cocheton, N.Y.) kept the clean sheet.

Marco Dos Santos (2005 – Methuen, Mass.) tallied twice in the U-19s match vs. Met Oval to secure the team’s third draw of the year while Jonathan Cante (2009 – Pawtucket, R.I.) tallied his second goal of the 2022-23 season in the U-14s 1-1 tie, rounding out an unbeaten weekend for the Revolution Academy.

All four Academy teams return to action this weekend, taking on FC Boston Bolts and FC Westchester. The complete MLS NEXT schedule and the latest news from around the league can be viewed here. Click here to learn more about the New England Revolution Academy.

Revolution MLS & MLS NEXT Highlights:

  • Midfielder Marcos Dos Santos (2005 – Methuen, Mass.) brought his season total to seven goals on the year after notching a brace against Met Oval in the U-19s 2-2 draw.
  • Midfielder Jamie Kabuusu (2006 – Chestnut Hills, Mass.) scored his first goal of the season in the U-17s 4-0 win while forward Eric Martinez (2006 – Perris, Calif) scored twice to tie him with forward Olger Escobar (2006 – Malden, Mass.) for the team lead in goals scored with seven.
  • The U-17s now hold a 9-3-1 record and have scored three or more goals in eight of their 13 games played this season.
  • Forward Cristiano Carlos (2008 – Chicopee, Mass.) tallied his eighth and ninth goals of the season in the U-15s’ 5-0 win over Met Oval.
  • Forward Jonathan Cante (2009 – Pawtucket, R.I.) scored his second goal of the year in the 78th minute to secure the third draw of the U-14s’ season.

New England Revolution U-19s vs. Met Oval U-19s

Sunday, March 5, 2023 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 2, Met Oval 2

Scoring Summary:

MO – Akaki Meladze 24’, 62’
NE – Marco Dos Santos 34’, 77’

Revolution U-19s: Ryan Carney (Kevin Christensen 46’); Jack LaBelle, Jack Burkhardt, Garrett Holman, Alex Parvu; Marco Dos Santos, Tyler Flowers, Alexi Karalis (Ezra Widman 46’); Jason Zacarias, Bryce Flowers (Felipe Vieira de Andrade 70’), Alex St. John (Gianluca Armellino 46’, Gabriell de Godoi 85’).

Substitutes Not Used: Steban Lopera, Malik Akin.

New England Revolution U-17s vs. Met Oval U-17s

Sunday, March 5, 2023 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 4, Met Oval 0

Scoring Summary:

NE – Jamie Kabuusu 39’
NE – Eric Martinez 71’. 88’
NE – Raphael Alves 74’

Revolution U-17s: Owen Beninga (Marshall Nason Martin 81’); Enzo Goncalves, Sage Kinner, Simon Henao, Josh Poulson (Aidan Reilly 58’), Eric Klein, Jamie Kabuusu (Darwin Lopez 81’), Gershom Matimano (Josh Partal 45’); Raphael Alves (Malik Akin 81’), Tito Nichols (Eric Martinez 58’), Cristiano Oliveira (Hayes Benzan 75’).

New England Revolution U-15s vs. Met Oval U-15s

Sunday, March 5, 2023 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 5, Met Oval 0

Scoring Summary:

NE – Hector Orozco 50’
NE – Tommy Tsouros 53’
NE – Cristiano Carlos 60’, 65’
NE – Cliff-Grova Rwabira 72’

Revolution U-15s: Jose Goodman Millman; Eli Ackerman (Julian Monteiro 65’), Joaquin Garcia Zilinskas (Sheridan McNish (15), Tommy Tsouros, Alvin Depina; Bryan Norena, Anthony Anduray (Luis Fontalvo 70’), Braydon Fagundes; Hector Orozco (Gabriel Jordao 70), Cristiano Carlos (Cliff-Grova Rwabira 65’), Grant Emerhi. (Daniel Jordao 70’).

Substitutes Not Used: Sean Cory.

New England Revolution U-14s vs. Met Oval U-14s

Sunday, March 5, 2023 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 1, Met Oval 1

Scoring Summary:

MO – Nicholas Tencic 30’
NE – Jonathan Cante 78’

Revolution U-14s: Ryker Fauth; Zackary Chaib, Luke Nuspl, Tyler Bergquist, Richard Owusu-Afriyie; Jonathan Cante, Alex Glassman, Brian Brooks, Kenny Mills; Judah Siqueira, Radeen Alavi.

Substitutes Used: William Spaulding, Reinner Fidelis, David Sellars, Nathan Jackson, Jayden Flores, Kaleb Oliveira.