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Keith Nordstrom

Academy Update | All five teams head down I-95 to take on New York City FC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution Academy continued its spring season last weekend as all five teams resumed their campaigns in New York City. The Under-19s, Under-17s, Under-15s, Under-14s, and Under-13s all traveled to Queens, N.Y. to face the Academy teams of New York City FC at Belson Stadium on Sunday, March 31.

All five Academy teams will return to action on Saturday, April 6 when they will return home to host Beachside SC at Gillette Stadium. The U-19s, U-17s, and U-15s recently traveled to Stamford, Conn. to face Beachside SC on March 24, and will play their second matchup against the club in just two weeks.

WEEK HIGHLIGHTS

  • Midfielder Nicolas Firmino (Somerville, Mass.—2001) started and played 90 minutes in the U-19s’ 2-1 road win over New York City FC in Queens, N.Y.
  • Midfielder Trevor Burns (Southborough, Mass.—2001) scored his third goal of the spring season in the U-19s’ 2-1 road win over New York City FC. Burns played 90 minutes in Sunday’s road test in Queens, N.Y.  
  • Defender Nathan Metsack (Ashford, Conn.—2001) scored a game-winning goal in the 44th minute of the U-19s’ 2-1 road win over New York City FC on Sunday, March 31.
  • Goalkeeper Eliot Jones (New Britain, Conn.—2003) tallied a shutout in the U-17s’ 0-0 road draw with New York City FC on Sunday, March 31.
  • Midfielder T.J. Liquori (Westfield, Mass.—2005) scored a 60th-minute goal in the U-15s’ 2-2 road draw with New York City FC.   
  • Forward Malcolm Fry (Groton, Mass.—2005) tallied a brace in the U-14s’ 2-2 road draw with New York City FC on Sunday, March 31. Fry responded to New York City’s opening goal with a 41st-minute strike before tying the game with a 59th-minute tally. The forward’s brace was his second in two games. 
  • Defender Jacob Dounetos (Coventry, R.I.—2006) scored a goal in the U-13s’ 2-1 road loss against New York City FC on Sunday, March 31.

UNDER-19s

New England Revolution U-19s vs. NYC FC U-19s
Sunday, March 31, 2019 – Belson Stadium (Queens, N.Y.)
New England Revolution 2, NYC FC 1

Scoring Summary:
NE – Trevor Burns (12’)
NYC – Veljko Petkovic (Penalty Kick) (29’)                                                   
NE – Nathan Metsack (44’)                                                   

New England Revolution: Austin Causey; Tyler Freitas, Nathan Metsack, Dennis Ramirez (Brian Son 75’), Pierre Spiegel; Trevor Burns (Lucas Almeida 90’), Nicolas Firmino, Kaoru Fujiwara (Gevork Diarbian 65’), Andrew White; Victor Viana (Josh Machado 75’), Tico Rivera (Gustavo Cassemiro 65’)

Substitutes Not Used: Marco Saborio Perez

Misconduct Summary:
NE – Tico Rivera (Yellow Card) (45’)
NE – Tyler Freitas (Yellow Card) (57’)
NE – Trevor Burns (Yellow Card) (64’)
NYC – Kai Lammers (Yellow Card) (87’)
NYC – Andres Jasson (Yellow Card) (90’)

UNDER-17s

New England Revolution U-17s vs. NYC FC U-17s
Sunday, March 31, 2019 – Belson Stadium (Queens, N.Y.)
New England Revolution 0, NYC FC 0

Scoring Summary:
N/A

New England Revolution: Eliot Jones; Zachary Sardi-Santos, Cole Richardson (Caleb Williams 80’), Cole Dewhurst, Colby Quinones; Samuel White, Morris Matthews, Hikaru Fujiwara, Ethan Williams; Oliver Martin (Michael Tsicoulias 70’), Andrew Serafino (Felipe Vieira 84’)

Substitutes Not Used: Nick Cardona, Alessio Chawla, Aaron Ramos, Jonathan Murphy

Misconduct Summary:
NYC – #30 (Yellow Card) (54’)
NYC – #38 (Yellow Card) (57’)
NE – Hikaru Fujiwara (Yellow Card) (60’)
NYC – #15 (Yellow Card) (78’)

UNDER-15s

New England Revolution U-15s vs. NYC FC U-15s
Sunday, March 31, 2019 – Belson Stadium (Queens, N.Y.)
New England Revolution 2, NYC FC 2

Scoring Summary:
NE – Chase Lando (8’)
NE – T.J. Liqouri (60’)
NYC – Alex Palas (78’)
NYC – Ryan Kipness (79’’)

New England Revolution: Matthew Tibbetts; Leonardo Domingo, Dylan Walsh, Avery Palma; Noel Buck (Rainer Chai 62’), Dylan Henao, Colin Hughes, Felipe DeAndrade, T.J. Liquori, Jack Panayotou (Matteo Gomes 62’); Chase Lando (Austin Bush 72’)

Substitutes Not Used: Sebastian Pliszka

Misconduct Summary:
NYC – Alex Palas (Yellow Card) (65’)
NE – Chase Lando (Yellow Card) (69’)
NYC – Jacob Thomas (Yellow Card) (80’)

UNDER-14s

New England Revolution U-14s vs. NYC FC U-14s
Sunday, March 31, 2019 – Belson Stadium (Queens, N.Y.)
New England Revolution 2, NYC FC 2

Scoring Summary:
NYC – Tyler Morck (19’)
NE – Malcolm Fry (41’)
NYC – Luke McNamee (58’)
NE – Malcolm Fry (59’)

New England Revolution: Brady Elmblad; Jack Burkhardt, Samuel Carrias, London Timothy, Ian Webb-Johnson; Dave Doirain, Randy Vang, Marco Dos Santos; Joseph Buckley, Tysinger Alcin, Malcolm Fry

Substitutes Not Used: None

Misconduct Summary:
NYC – Jonah Mednard (Yellow Card) (4’)
NE – Ian Webb-Johnson (Yellow Card) (24’)
NYC – Dren Dobruna (Yellow Card) (57’)

UNDER-13s

New England Revolution U-13s vs. NYC FC U-13s
Sunday, March 31, 2019 – Belson Stadium (Queens, N.Y.)
New England Revolution 1, NYC FC 2

Scoring Summary:
NYC –   Luke Zielinski (4’)
NYC – Tristan Gonzalez (Penalty Kick) (32’)
NE – Jacob Dounetos (55’)

New England Revolution: Michael Delaney; Zydani Brandao (Luke Churchill 35’), Daniel Woodward, Henrique Dias, Kian Charris; Max Jackson (Ryan Viana 35’), Kevin Medina (Amir Yahalom 35’, (Jacob Dounetos 56’)), Hayes Benzan; Jiovanny Gabriel (Malik Akin 35’), Olger Escobar (Benaiah Hanson 15’), Jordi Tornberg

Substitutes Not Used: Sebastian Wraga

Misconduct Summary:
None

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