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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Revolution Academy U-14s and U-19s continued their MLS NEXT fall seasons over the weekend, both facing FC Boston Bolts on Friday with the U-19s hosting Cedar Stars Academy – Bergen on Sunday.

The U-19s went 1-1-0 on the weekend, falling to FC Boston Bolts, 4-3, as Gianluca Armellino (2005 – Plainville, Mass.) scored New England’s first goal of the match while Marco Dos Santos (2005 – Methuen, Mass.) notched a brace with goals in the 24th and 39th minutes. They went on to defeat Cedar Stars Academy – Bergen, 3-1, on Sunday with Armellino securing his second of the weekend as Ezra Widman (2005 – New York, N.Y.) and Bryce Flowers (2005 – Sharon, Mass.) each tallying to secure their team’s fourth win in five games played this season.

The U-14s fell to FC Boston Bolts on Friday, 2-1, with Gabriel Jordao (2008 – Bellingham, Mass.) scoring his first goal of the season in the 70th minute.

All four Academy teams will return to action on October 15 when they head out to face Rochester NY FC. The complete MLS NEXT schedule and all 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
· Academy graduate Jack Panayotou (2004 – Cambridge, Mass.) was named the 2021-22 UnitedHealthcare Revolution Academy Player of the Year on Friday.
· Gianluca Armellino (2005 – Plainville, Mass.) scored twice over the weekend to secure his first two goals with Revolution Academy.
· Marco Dos Santos (2005 – Methuen, Mass.) notched a brace with the U-19s on Friday night.
· Ezra Widman (2005 – New York, N.Y.) and Bryce Flowers (2005 – Sharon, Mass.) each scored to help lift the U-19s over Cedar Stars Academy – Bergen on Sunday.
· Gabriel Jordao (2008 – Bellingham, Mass.) scored his first goal of the season with the U-14s on Friday.

UNDER 19s
New England Revolution U-19s vs. FC Boston Bolts U-19s
Friday, September 30, 2022 – Alumni Stadium – Umass Mount Ida (Newton, Mass.)
New England Revolution 3, FC Boston Bolts 4

Scoring Summary:
BOS – Ethan Czaporowski 11’
NE – Gianluca Armellino 12’
NE – Marco Dos Santos 24’
BOS – Samson Kpardeh 29’
NE – Marco Dos Santos 39’
BOS – Kyle Martell 42’
BOS – Benjamin Kelly 90’

Revolution U-19s: Ryan Carney; Jack LaBelle, Jack Burkhardt, Alexi Karalis (Alex Parvu 64’), Steban Betancur; Marco Dos Santos, Ezra Widman, Tyler Flowers (Gabriel Chavez 64’); Jason Zacarias, Bryce Flowers (Alex. St. John 84’), Gianluca Armellino (Felipe Vieira De Andrade 73’)

Substitutes Not Used: Kevin Christensen, Gabriell de Godoi, Malik Akin.

New England Revolution U-19s vs. Cedar Stars Academy - Bergen U-19s
Sunday, October 2, 2022 – Academy Grass Fields (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 3, Cedar Stars Academy – Bergen 1

Scoring Summary:
NE – Gianluca Armellino 24’
NE – Ezra Widman 44’
CSA – Hasung Jun 76’
NE – Bryce Flowers 86’

Revolution U-19s: Kevin Christensen; Jack LaBelle (Malik Akin 86’), Jack Burkhardt, Alex Parvu, Steban Betancur; Marco Dos Santos (Giuseppe Ciampa 81’). Ezra Widman, Tyler Flowers (Alexi Karalis 46’); Jason Zacarias (Felipe Vieira De Andrade 60’), Alex St. John (Bryce Flowers 60’), Gianluca Armellino (Gabriell de Godoi 81’).

Substitutes Not Used: Ryan Carney.

UNDER-14s
New England Revolution U-14s vs. FC Boston Bolts U-14s
Friday, September 30, 2022 – Alumni Stadium – Umass Mount Ida (Newton, Mass.)
New England Revolution 1, FC Boston Bolts 2

Scoring Summary:
BOS – Ryan Jun 48’
BOS – Ryan Jun 57’
NE – Gabriel Jordao 70’

Revolution U-14s: Ryker Fauth; Judah Siqueira, Brian Brooks, Luke Nuspl, Julian Monteiro; Jonathan Cante, Jayden Flores, Alexander Glassman, Nathan Jackson; Tyler Bergquist, Daniel Jordao.

Substitutes Used: Gabriel Jordao, Reinner Fidelis, Kenny Mills, David Sellars, Radeen Alavi, Kaleb Oliveira, Zackary Chaib.