Under-13 team huddle
Keith Nordstrom

Academy Update: U13s and U14s travel to North Carolina for Fall Showcase

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution Academy continued its fall season this weekend as two teams returned to action from Oct. 26-29. The Under-14 and Under-13 teams traveled to Advance, N.C. to take part in the Fall Showcase at BB&T Sports Park along with various clubs from the East Coast. The scheduled games for the U-19s, U-17s, and U-15s in the local area were cancelled due to Saturday’s inclement weather conditions.

Three Academy teams will be back in action this upcoming weekend as the U-15s, U-14s, and U-13s will travel to Uniondale, N.Y. to face the Academy teams of the New York Cosmos.

WEEK HIGHLIGHTS

  • Forward Benaiah Hanson (Loudon, N.H.—2006) recorded his Academy-leading ninth goal and tallied his third assist of the season in the U-13s’ 4-0 win over D.C. United on Saturday, Oct. 27 in Advance, N.C. Hanson also tallied an assist in a 1-1 draw with the Players Development Academy on Friday, Oct. 26. 
  • Goalkeepers Michael Delaney (Halifax, Mass.—2006) and Sebastian Wraga (Springfield, Mass.—2006) combined efforts to record a shutout in the U-13s’ 4-0 win over D.C. United on Saturday, Oct. 27. Saturday’s win marks the pair’s fourth collective shutout in five games.
  • Forward Dave Doirain (Marlborough, Mass—2005) netted his second goal of the fall campaign in the U-14s’ 1-0 win over Charlotte Soccer Academy on Monday, Oct. 29. The forward has split time between the U-15 and U-14 sides this season.
  • Forward Malik Akin (West Rutland, V.T.—2006) scored a goal and recorded an assist in the U-13s’ 4-0 win over D.C. United on Saturday, Oct. 27 at BB&T Sports Park. The goal was Akin’s fourth strike of the season.
  • Midfielders Tyler Duarte (Brockton, Mass—2005) and Noel Buck (Arlington, Mass.—2005) provided the U-14s’ two goals in a 2-2 draw with Baltimore Armour on Sunday, Oct. 28. The strikes were both Duarte and Buck’s first goals of the season.
  • Forward Olger Escobar (Lynn, Mass.—2006) scored his third goal of the season in the U-13s’ matchup with D.C. United on Saturday, Oct. 27 in Advance, N.C. Midfielder Ryan Viana (Framingham, Mass.—2006) provided his third assist of the season on Escobar’s strike.

UNDER-14s

New England Revolution U-14s vs. Baltimore Armour U-14s
Sunday, October 28, 2018 – BB&T Sports Park (Advance, N.C.) 
New England Revolution 2, Baltimore Armour 2

Scoring Summary:
NE – Tyler Duarte 1 (11’)
BAL – Tyler Flynn (23’)
BAL – Evan Onate (32’)
NE – Noel Buck 1 (42’)

New England Revolution: Brady Elmblad; Jack Burkhardt (Jack La Belle 53’), London Timothy, Samuel Carrias, Ian-Webb Johnson (Henok Anderson 53’); Quinn Pappendick (Noel Buck 53’), Marco Dos Santos (Randy Vang 53’), Oscar Martinez; Joe Buckley, Tysenger Alcin (Alex Parvu 25’), Tyler Duarte (Dave Doirain 53’)

Substitutes Not Used: None

Misconduct Summary:
BAL – Jace Clark (Yellow Card) (10’)

New England Revolution U-14s vs. New York Red Bulls U-14s
Sunday, October 28, 2018 – BB&T Sports Park (Advance, N.C.) 
New England Revolution 0, New York Red Bulls 2

Scoring Summary:
NY – Darsein Gabriel (35’)
NY – Ezra Widman (45’) (PK)

New England Revolution: Brady Elmblad; Jack La Belle (Jack Burkhardt 25’), London Timothy, Samuel Carrias, Henok Anderson (Ian Webb-Johnson 38’); Randy Vang (Quinn Pappendick 38’), Oscar Martinez (Marco Dos Santos 25’), Noel Buck; Joe Buckley (Tysenger Alcin 35’), Alex Parvu (Tyler Duarte 38’), Dave Doirain

Substitutes Not Used: None

Misconduct Summary:
NE – Tyler Duarte (Yellow Card) (49’)

New England Revolution U-14s vs. Philadelphia Union U-14s
Monday, October 29, 2018 – BB&T Sports Park (Advance, N.C.) 
New England Revolution 0, Philadelphia Union 4

Scoring Summary:
PHI – Connor Budniak (10’)
PHI – Marcelo Mazzola (23’)
PHI – Marcelo Mazzola (30’)
PHI – Dominic Dubon (42’)

New England Revolution: Brady Elmblad; Jack Burkhardt, London Timothy, Henok Anderson, Ian Webb-Johnson (Jack La Belle 25’); Randy Vang (Quinn Pappendick 25’), Noel Buck, Marco Dos Santos (Oscar Martinez 25’); Tyler Duarte, Dave Doirain, Tysenger Alcin (Alex Parvu 8’)

Substitutes Not Used: None

Misconduct Summary: None

New England Revolution U-14s vs. Charlotte Soccer Academy U-14s
Monday, October 29, 2018 – BB&T Sports Park (Advance, N.C.) 
New England Revolution 1, Charlotte Soccer Academy 0

Scoring Summary:
NE – Dave Doirain 2 (Marco Dos Santos 3) (48’)

New England Revolution: Brady Elmblad; Jack Burkhardt, Samuel Carrias, Henok Anderson (Ian Webb-Johnson 32’), Jack La Belle (London Timothy 32’); Randy Vang (Marco Dos Santos 22’), Quinn Pappendick (Tyler Duarte 32’), Oscar Martinez (Tysenger Alcin 32’); Joe Buckley, Alex Parvu (Dave Doirain 32’), Noel Buck

Substitutes Not Used: None

Misconduct Summary: None

UNDER-13s

New England Revolution U-13s vs. PDA U-13s
Friday, October 26, 2018 – BB&T Sports Park (Advance, N.C.)
New England Revolution 1, PDA 1

Scoring Summary:
PDA – Caden Driver (58’)
NE – Daniel Woodward 2 (Benaiah Hanson 2) (60’)

New England Revolution: Michael Delaney (Sebastian Wraga 35’); Zydani Brandao, Daniel Woodward, Henrique Dias, Kian Charris (Luke Churchill 35’); Kevin Medina (Amir Yahalom 46’), Ryan Viana (Jiovanny Gabriel 35’), Hayes Benzan; Olger Escobar (Malik Akin 35’), Benaiah Hanson, Jordi Tornberg (Max Jackson 56’)

Substitutes Not Used: None

Misconduct Summary: None

New England Revolution U-13s vs. D.C. United U-13s
Saturday, October 27, 2018 – BB&T Sports Park (Advance, N.C.)
New England Revolution 4, D.C. United 0

Scoring Summary:
NE – Amir Yahalom 2 (Malik Akin 2) (9’)
NE – Malik Akin 4 (Benaiah Hanson 3) (29’)
NE – Benaiah Hanson 9 (44’)
NE – Olger Escobar 3 (Ryan Viana 3) (68’)

New England Revolution: Sebastian Wraga (Michael Delaney 35’); Jacob Dounetos (Zydani Brandao 45’), Daniel Woodward, Henrique Dias, Luke Churchill (Kian Charris 53’); Amir Yahalom, Kevin Medina (Hayes Benzan 35’), Max Jackson (Ryan Viana 35’); Jiovanny Gabriel (Olger Escobar 53’), Benaiah Hanson, Malik Akin (Jordi Tornberg 45’)

Substitutes Not Used: None

Misconduct Summary:
NE – Hayes Benzan (Yellow Card) (63’)

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