Youth Teams - Declan McCabe

Youth Update: Revs vs. Red Bulls

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – On Sunday, Oct. 21, all three of the New England Revolution’s youth teams were back in action, hosting fellow MLS club the New York Red Bulls at Regis College in Weston, Mass. Combined, the Revs' youth teams went 1-1-1 on the day. 

The Under-18s suffered a 5-2 loss to the Red Bulls, giving up two late goals as they searched for an equalizer. New York drew first blood in the sixth minute, as Alex Muyl netted his first to put the visitors ahead before Erik Sa doubled their advantage in the 28th minute. Second-year Rev Matthew Nyeayea (Worcester, Mass.) then combined with Dominik Machado (Attleboro, Mass.) in the 30th minute to pull one back for New England. Muyl scored his second goal of the game just before halftime, sending the Revs into the break facing a two-goal deficit. Willis Griffith (Amherst, N.H.) tallied the Revs’ second goal in the 57th minute, assisted by Christian Sady (North Andover, Mass.). The home side strove to pull even for the remainder of the match, but New York’s Ismar Tandir scored a pair of goals in the 89th and 90th minutes to secure the Red Bull victory.

The Under-16s came away with a scoreless draw against the Red Bulls. Anchored by a stingy defense, New England goalkeeper Austin Aviza (Medway, Mass.) made several saves en route to his first shutout of the year. Forward Gabe Gissie (Worcester, Mass.) came close on multiple occasions, but was unable to capitalize on his breakaway opportunities. Steven Duncan (Barrington, R.I.) came close to putting New England ahead, hitting the crossbar on a free kick. Ultimately unable to break the deadlock, the teams finished tied, 0-0.

The Under-14s earned a 2-1 victory against the Red Bulls in a come-from-behind effort. New York scored first in the 39th minute, just before halftime, but the Revs equalized in the 50th. Daniel Jones (West Hartford, Conn.) fired the initial shot, but Aaron James (Amherst, Mass.) latched on to the rebound, sending a half-volley into the back of the net. New England then came up with the game-winner in the 72nd minute as Justin Rennicks (South Hamilton, Mass.) headed home Jones’ service to improve the U14s’ record to 2-1-0.

The youth teams next face Met Oval at Regis College in Weston, Mass, on Sunday, Oct. 28. The U14s will kick off at 1 p.m., followed by the U18s at 2:30 p.m. and the U16s at 5 p.m.

New England Revolution U18s vs. New York Red Bulls U18s
Saturday, October 21, 2012 – Weston, Mass. (Regis College)
Red Bulls 5, Revolution 2

Scoring Summary:
NY – Alex Muyl 6
NY – Erik Sa 28
NE – Matthew Nyeayea (Dominik Machado) 30
NY – Alex Muyl 42
NE – Willis Griffith (Christian Sady) 57
NY – Ismar Tandir 89
NY – Ismar Tandir 90

New England Revolution: Matt Mozynski (GK), Christian Sady, Will Szostkiewicz, Willis Griffith, Ryan, Dominik Machado, Kelvin Castillo (Aaron Salm 55, Malik Rose 75), Freddie Ferre, Matthew Nyeayea, Ramiro Osorio

Unused Substitutes: Bruce Johnson (GK), Coupar Lipp

Misconduct Summary:
NE – Willis Griffith (caution) 65

New England Revolution U16s vs. New York Red Bulls U16s
Saturday, October 21, 2012 – Weston, Mass. (Regis College)
Revolution 0, Red Bulls 0

Scoring Summary:

New England Revolution: Austin Aviza (GK), Elijah Elmore, Steven Duncan, Adam Norman, Matt Morana, Luke Albertini (Kevin Alfaro 65), Will Rasid, Michael Faria, Wes Turner, Justin Freitas (Abdulkadir Haji 50), Gabe Gissie

Unused Substitutes: Bruce Johnson (GK)

Misconduct Summary:
NE – Wes Turner (caution) 55
NY – Anthony Viteri (caution) 65
NY – Alexander Tejera (caution) 80

New England Revolution U14s vs. New York Red Bulls U14s
Saturday, October 21, 2012 – Weston, Mass. (Regis College)
Revolution 2, Red Bulls 1

Revolution Goal-Scorers:
Aaron James (Daniel Jones) 50
Justin Rennicks (Daniel Jones) 72

New England Revolution: Trey Miller (GK), Matt Ranieri, Nick Woodruff, Max Diamond, Nick Ranieri, Simon Fisher, Jack O’Brien, Liam Sloan, Freddie Stokes, Daniel Jones, Justin Rennicks

First half
25’ – Santiago Cardona in, Liam Sloan out
25’ – Aaron James in, Jack O’Brien out
29’ – Raffi Barsamian in, Matt Ranieri out
31’ – Adama Kaba in, Freddie Stokes out
33’ – Travis Van Brewer in, Daniel Jones out

Second half
58’ – Justin Rennicks in, Travis Van Brewer out
65’ – Simon Fisher in, Jack O’Brien out
75’ – Liam Sloan in, Santiago Cardona out

Revolution Misconduct:
Wes Turner (caution) 55