U14s vs. Match Fit - Youth teams

Revolution Youth Update: April 15, 2014

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – All three of the New England Revolution’s youth teams were in action last weekend, as the Under-18s and Under-16s faced Albertson SC at Gillette Stadium, while the Under-14s played away to Met Oval at Metropolitan Oval.

The U18s recorded a 2-1 victory over Albertson, while the U16s fell to the same score on Sunday, April 13. The U14s won 5-1 against Met Oval on Saturday.


The Under-18s won a physical match at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, coming from behind to knock off Albertson SC, 2-1. Will Botty pounced on a defensive mistake in the 17thminute to put Albertson ahead, before the Albertson goalkeeper saved a Revs penalty attempt by Danny Apajee (Cranston, R.I.) before halftime. The U18s came back in the second half and equalized in the 58th minute through Amadu Kunateh (Lynn, Mass.), who tapped in Apajee’s pass. The comeback was completed with seven minutes left in the game, as Apajee played a quick one-two with Kunateh before converting Kunateh’s pass back  just inside the area. The win was the U18s fifth in a row in the East Conference of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy where they now hold a 9-5-2 (29 pts.) record. The U18s remain in fourth place with 1.81 points per game.


The Under-16s jumped out to a one-goal lead against Albertson just after the halftime break, despite being forced to play down a man for the final 55 minutes after Ben Waithe(Plymouth, Mass.) was ejected in the 25th minute. Despite missing a penalty kick in the first half, the Revs went ahead in the 50th minute after Nick Woodruff (Attleboro, Mass.) knocked down a long throw for Dylan Mott (Andover, Mass.) to finish. The lead lasted only seven minutes as Albertson’s Stephen Ellas tied the game up from the penalty spot, before scoring the game-winner in the 62nd minute. The loss pushed the U16s to 6-8-3 (21 pts.) on the season and they remain in seventh place in the East Conference of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy with 1.24 points per game.


The Under-14s travelled to Maspeth, N.Y., to face Met Oval on Saturday, and returned home with a 5-1 victory. Andrew Talcott (Westwood, Mass.) opened the scoring in the 11thminute, finishing a first-time attempt from Connor Haskell’s (Medfield, Mass.) delivery. The U14s doubled the lead four minutes later, as Amos Shapiro-Thompson (Worthington, Mass.) created a turnover, recovered possesssion, beat his man, and finished past the Met Oval goalkeeper. Shapiro-Thompson added another in the 26th minute, picking up Laz Dorogi’s (West Boylston, Mass.) pass before taking it past his man and scoring. Met Oval pulled back a goal in the 34th minute through Misha Muller, but the Revs pulled away in the second half. Calvin Aroh (Glastonbury, Conn.) headed in Joe Brito’s (Bolton, Conn.) corner kick in the 56th minute before Christian Schifano (Sudbury, Mass.) received Haskell’s pass, rounded the goalkeeper and scored in the 80th minute to complete the scoring. The U14s are now 11-2-2 for the season.

All three youth teams are in action next weekend as they travel to face Everton FC Westchester at SUNY Purchase in Purchase, N.Y., on Saturday, April 19.

New England Revolution U18s vs. Albertson SC U18s

Sunday, April 13, 2014 – Foxborough, Mass. (Gillette Stadium)

Revolution 2, Albertson 1

Scoring Summary:

ASC: Will Botty 17

NE: Amadu Kunateh (Danny Apajee) 58

NE: Danny Apajee (Amadu Kunateh) 83

New England Revolution: Austin Aviza (GK), Will Rasid, Matt Morana, Christian Sady, Guy Kabala, Zach Herivaux ©, Declan McCabe (Freddie Ferre 75), Adam Norman (Wes Turner 70), Gio Alves, Danny Apajee (Chris Arling 85), Amadu Kunateh (Matt Nyeayea 87)

Unused Substitutes: Bruce Johnson, Lucas Ritzer, Luke Albertini

Misconduct Summary:

ASC: Dillon Greenberg (caution) 55

NE: Danny Apajee (caution) 62

ASC: Luka Martinovic (caution) 65

NE: Matt Morana (caution) 67

ASC: Oscar Berrios (caution) 75

NE: Guy Kabala (caution) 90

New England Revolution U16s vs. Albertson SC U16s

Sunday, April 13, 2014 – Foxborough, Mass. (Gillette Stadium)

Revolution 1, Albertson 2

Scoring Summary:

NE: Dylan Mott (Nick Woodruff) 50

ASC: Stephen Ellas (PK) 57

ASC: Stephen Ellas 62

New England Revolution: Bill Sinibaldi (GK), Matt Ranieri (Brandon Girard 74), Ben Waithe, Nick Woodruff, Daniel Jones, Max Diamond, John Wilkins ©, Derek Blanchette, Dylan Mott, Eddie Venta-Yepes (Isaac Angking 53), Justin Rennicks (Aaron James 55)

Unused Substitutes: Liam Sloan, Jack O’Brien, Nick Ranieri, Santi Cardona, Trey Miller, Adam Crawford, Justin Freitas

Misconduct Summary:

NE: Ben Waithe (ejection) 25

ASC: Jordan Stummer (caution) 33

ASC: Kyle Perno (caution) 63

New England Revolution U14s vs. Met Oval U14s

Saturday, April 12, 2014 – Maspeth, N.Y. (Metropolitan Oval)

Revolution 5, Met Oval 1

Scoring Summary:

NE: Andrew Talcott (Connor Haskell) 11

NE: Amos Shapiro-Thompson (Unassisted) 15

NE: Amos Shapiro-Thompson (Laz Dorogi) 26

MO: Misha Muller 34

NE: Calvin Aroh (Joe Brito) 56

NE: Christian Schifano (Connor Haskell)

New England Revolution: Sebastian Jaramillo (GK), Connor Haskell, Brandon Jones, Calvin Aroh ©, Prince Loney-Bailey, Alex Shertenberg (Matt Uek 58), Amos Shapiro-Thompson (Evan Glass 42), Joe Brito (Poom Mera 64), Andrew Talcott (Alex Clarke 51), Christian Schifano, Laz Dorogi (Travis Van Brewer 51)

Unused Substitutes: Eddie Walsh

Misconduct Summary: