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Youth Boys May 04, 2016

New England Revolution Academy teams enjoy winning weekend

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (Via New England Revolution) – The New England Revolution’s Under-18, Under-16, and Under-14 teams were all back in action at Gillette Stadium on May 1. The U-18s and U-16s Played Empire United; while the U-14s played Cedar Stars Academy.

+Read: U.S. Soccer Development Academy East Conference Recap: Week 22


  • Forward Gabriel Meireles scored for a third consecutive week. He now has 11 goals on the season.
  • Defender Calvin Aroh recorded his first goal of the season. Previously he recorded an assist on November 8 at Montreal.
  • Midfielder Kevin Vang made his first appearance with the U-18s and recorded an assist on Aroh’s goal.
  • Goalkeeper Trey Miller posted his fourth shutout of the season. Miller has allowed just two goals in four matches since the beginning of 2016, good for a goals against average of 0.50.
  • Midfielder Elio Firmino recorded his first goal at the U-16 level. Firmino has recorded five goals with the U-14s this year.


New England Revolution U-18s vs. Empire United U-18s

Sunday, May 1, 2016 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)

New England Revolution 1, Empire United 0

Scoring Summary:

NE – Calvin Aroh 1 (Kevin Vang 1) 14’

New England Revolution: Trey Miller; Daniel Jones, Calvin Aroh, Ben Waithe, Matt Ranieri (Nahuel Algibay 88’); Kevin Vang (Santi Cardona 66’), Max Diamond, Joe Brito (John Wilkins 66’); Bryant Nardizzi (Alex Clarke 66’), Aaron James, Izaiah Jennings (Andrew Barrowman 55’)

Substitutes Not Used: Billy Sinibaldi, Nick Woodruff

Misconduct Summary:



New England Revolution U-16s vs. Empire United U-16s

Sunday, May 1, 2016 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)

New England Revolution 2, Empire United 1

Scoring Summary:

NE – Elio Firmino 1 (Connor Haskell 2) 15’

EU – Empire United 58’

NE – Gabriel Meireles 11 (Amos Shapiro-Thompson 2) 80’

New England Revolution: Patrick Quinn; Connor Haskell, Prince Loney-Bailey, Jose Mendoza, Tyler Freitas; Alex Shterenberg (Amos Shapiro-Thompson 52’), Ohad Yaholom, Elio Firmino (Andrew White 64’); Laz Dorogi (Jonathan Ferreira 52’), Tim Ennin, Gabriel Meireles

Substitutes Not Used: Eddie Walsh, Andrew Talcott, Jose Gonzalez, Chris Ciullo

Misconduct Summary:

EU – Empire United (Yellow Card) 44’

EU – Empire United (Yellow Card) 77’


New England Revolution U-14s vs. Cedar Stars Academy U-14s

Sunday, May 1, 2016 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)

New England Revolution 1, Cedar Stars Academy 5

Scoring Summary:

CSA – Shane Farrell (Anthony Alvites) 16’

NE – David Medeiros 1 (Declan Sung 2) 20’

CSA – Jose Herrera 30’

CSA – Shane Farrell 45’

CSA – Kayvon Gray (penalty) 52’

CSA – Kevin Lopez 80’

New England Revolution: Connel O’Brien (Bailey Monteiro 41’); Declan Sung, Jared Cain, Connor Bagdon, Sergio Zacarias (Luke Fagerson 53; Camden Blackburn (Michael Balleani 41’), David Medeiros (Kyle White 41’), Trevor Burns (Aydin Jay 53’); Caleb Williams (Kaoru Fujiwara 41’), Luis Blanco (Bryce Visnick 53’), Samuel Deossa

Substitutes Not Used: Pierre Spiegel

Misconduct Summary:

NE – Bailey Monteiro (Yellow Card) 51’

CSA – Ulises Rodriguez Vargas (Yellow Card) 60’

The New England Revolution U-18, U-16 and U-14 teams will all be back in action this Saturday. The U-18s and  U-16s will to travel to Portland, Conn. to take on Oakwood Socer Club, while the U-14 will play New York Soccer Club at Medway High School in Medway, Mass.

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