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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – All four Academy teams returned to action last weekend with the U-14s and U-19s in Providence, R.I. meeting Bayside FC, while the U-15s and U-17s traveled north of the border to take on CF Montreal.

The U-19s dominated their first match of the 2022 MLS NEXT season, winning 4-1 as Jason Zacarias (2004 – Billerica, Mass.) evened the game at one in the 20th minute while Bryce Flowers (2005 – Sharon, Mass.), recorded the game-winner as Marco Dos Santos (2005 - Methuen, Mass.) recorded a brace to round out the scoring. The U-14s also saw success in Providence, winning their match against Bayside FC, 3-1. Judah Siqueira (2009 – South Easton, Mass.) scored twice as Tyler Bergquist (2009 – Colchester, Conn.) notched the game-winner in the 62nd minute.

Goalkeeper Ryan Carney (2006 – Dunstable, Mass.) and the U-17s posted a clean sheet in Montreal as Peyton Miller (2007 – Unionville, Conn.), Aidan Reilly (2007 – Pembroke, Mass.), and Olger Escobar (2006 – Lynn, Mass.) each scored to solidify the team’s second win of the season. The U-15s fell in their match against CF Montreal, 4-1, with Anthony Anduray (2008 – Merrimack, N.H.) scoring New England’s lone goal in the 15th minute.

All four Academy teams are in action this weekend as the U-14s host NEFC, the U-15s and U-17s welcome CF Montreal to Foxborough, and the U-19s host Intercontinental FA on Saturday. All four teams will then head to Providence College on Sunday to face off against Seacoast United. 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

  • Jason Zacarias (2004 – Billerica, Mass.) and Bryce Flowers (2005 – Sharon, Mass.) each scored their first goal of the season while Marco Dos Santos (2005 - Methuen, Mass.) recorded a brace in the U-19s win over Bayside FC.
  • Ryan Carney (2006 – Dunstable, Mass.) earned his first clean sheet of the 2022 MLS NEXT season.
  • Peyton Miller (2007 – Unionville, Conn.), Aidan Reilly (2007 – Pembroke, Mass.), and Olger Escobar (2006 – Lynn, Mass.) all scored their first goals of the season en route to the U-17s 3-0 win over CF Montreal.
  • Anthony Anduray (2008 – Merrimack, N.H.) recorded his first goal of the season in the 15th minute of the U-15s match vs. CF Montreal.
  • Judah Siqueira (2009 – South Easton, Mass.) notched his second and third goals of the season in his second game played in the U-14s 3-1 win over Bayside FC.
  • Three Academy graduates earned national team call-ups this week with Colby Quiñones (2003 – Bedford, N.H.) joining the Puerto Rico National Team while Esmir Bajraktarevic (2005 – Appleton, Wisc.) and Jack Panayotou (2004 – Cambridge, Mass.) join the U-19 U.S. Men’s National Team in Slovenia.

UNDER 19s
New England Revolution U-19s vs. Bayside FC U-19s
Sunday, September 18, 2022 – Providence College (Providence, R.I.)
New England Revolution 4, Bayside FC 1

Scoring Summary:
BFC – Christopher Mencos 6’
NE – Jason Zacarias 20’
NE – Bryce Flowers 27’
NE – Marco Dos Santos 32’
NE – Marco Dos Santos 48’

Revolution U-19s: Kevin Christensen; Jack LaBelle (Justin Lucien-Keise 80’), Jack Burkhardt, Alexi Karalis, Steban Betancur; Ezra Widman (Kian Charris 80’), Marco Dos Santos (Malik Akin 80’), Tyler Flowers; Jason Zacarias (Khaled Doaoud 58’), Bryce Flowers (Alexander St. John 70’), Gianluca Armellino.

Substitutes Not Used: Benaiah Hanson.

UNDER 17s
New England Revolution U-17s vs. CF Montreal U-17s
Sunday, September 18, 2022 – Centre Nutrilait Academy Turf (Montreal, Q.C.)
New England Revolution 3, CF Montreal 0

Scoring Summary:
NE – Peyton Miller 55’
NE – Aidan Reilly 88’
NE – Olger Escobar 90’

Revolution U-17s: Ryan Carney; Enzo Goncalves (Aidan Reilly 82’), Darwin Lopez, Sage Kinner, Josh Poulson; Giuseppe Ciampa (Jamie Kabuusu 46’), Edwin Flores, Olger Escobar, Eric Kliein (Simon Henao 77’); Tito Nichols (Eric Martinez 68’), Peyton Miller (Raphael Alves 68’).

Substitutes Not Used: Owen Beninga, Alex Rapo.

UNDER-15s
New England Revolution U-15s vs. CF Montreal U-15s
Sunday, September 18, 2022 – Centre Nutrilait Academy Turf (Montreal, Q.C.)
New England Revolution 1, CF Montreal 4

Scoring Summary:
NE – Anthony Anduray 15’
MON – Alexandre Drepin 24’
MON – Thomas Monnin 35’
MON – Owen Graham-Roache 40’
MON – Josh-Duc Nteziryayo 75’

Revolution U-15s: Sean Cory (Jose Goodman Millman 41’); Julian Monteiro (Daniel Jordao 50’), Thomas Tsouros, Caiden London, Alvin Depina (Jorge Flores 41’); Bryan Norena, Anthony Anduray (Camilo Moreno Bustamante 60’), Braydon Fagundes; Gabriel Jordao (Mesud Ramic 60’), Cristiano Carlos, Luca Toro (Grant Emerhi 50’).

UNDER-14s
New England Revolution U-14s vs. Bayside FC U-14s
Sunday, September 18, 2022 – Providence College (Providence, R.I.)
New England Revolution 3, Bayside FC 1

Scoring Summary:
BFC – Drew Pavao 13’
NE – Judah Siqueira 57’
NE – Tyler Bergquist 62’
NE – Judah Siqueira 68’

Revolution U-14s: Reinner Fidelis; Zackary Chaib, Luke Nuspl, Tyler Bergquist, Richard Owusu-Afriyie; Kenny Mills, Alexander Glassman, Brian Brooks; Radeen Alavi, Judah Siqueira, Jorge Flores.

Substitutes Used: Ryker Fauth, David Sellars, Nathan Jackson.