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Youth Boys Apr 18, 2016

New England Revolution Academy teams post undefeated 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 for the first time since March 13, posting a 1-0-2 record for the weekend. The U-18s and U-16s travelled to Whippany, N.J. to take on the New York Red Bulls U-18s and U-16s, while the U-14s travelled to Queens, N.Y. where they faced Met Oval’s U-14s. The U-18s and U-16s each posted draws, while the U-14s defeated Met Oval, 1-0.

+Read: U.S. Soccer Development Academy East Conference Recap: Week 20


The Under-18s were back in action at the Red Bulls Training Facility on Sunday, when they played the New York Red Bulls U-18s to a scoreless draw. The Revs recorded six shots, including four shots on target, but were unable to find the back of the net. Goalkeeper Trey Miller (Monson, Mass.) posted his third shutout of the season, recording five saves.

New England Revolution U-18s vs. New York Red Bulls U-18s

Sunday, April 10, 2016 – Red Bulls Training Facility (Whippany, N.J.)

New England Revolution 0, New York Red Bulls 0

Scoring Summary:


New England Revolution: Trey Miller; Matt Ranieri, Ben Waithe, Calvin Aroh, Jose Mendoza; John Wilkins, Max Diamond, Joe Brito (Santi Cardona 69’); Justin Rennicks, Bryant Nardizzi (Alex Clarke 75’), Izaiah Jennings (Laz Dorogi 75’)

Substitutes Not Used: Billy Sinibaldi, Nahuel Algibay, Nick Woodruff, Alex Shterenberg

Misconduct Summary:

NE – John Wilkins (Yellow Card) 90’

+Read: Around the U.S. Soccer Development Academy: Week 20


The Under-16s returned to their U.S. Soccer Development Academy schedule on Saturday, when they played the New York Red Bulls U-16s to a 2-2 draw. A pair of braces from either side accounted for the scoring in the match. New York’s Omar Fernandez opened the scoring in the 19th minute. Following a Gustavo Cassemiro (Framingham, Mass.) shot on target in the 38th minute, Amos Shapiro-Thompson (Worthington, Mass.) converted an equalizing rebound shortly before halftime. Just minutes after halftime, Shapiro-Thompson recorded his second of the match from 20 yards out to give the Revs the lead. Fernandez, however, completed a brace of his own in the 54th minute to bring the Red Bulls level. Eddie Walsh (Westwood, Mass.) recorded four saves en route to the draw.

New England Revolution U-16s vs. New York Red Bulls U-16s

Sunday, April 10, 2016 – Red Bulls Training Facility (Whippany, N.J.)

New England Revolution 2, New York Red Bulls 2

Scoring Summary:

NY – Omir Fernandez 19’

NE – Amos Shapiro-Thompson 2 38’

NE – Amos Shapiro-Thompson 3 42’

NY – Omir Fernandez 54’

New England Revolution: Eddie Walsh; Connor Haskell (Andrew Talcott 53’), Prince Loney-Bailey, Jose Gonzalez, Chris Ciullo; Ohad Yaholom (Alex Shterenberg 58’), Amos Shapiro-Thompson, Kevin Vang ©; Gustavo Cassemiro (Elio Firmino 58’), Tim Ennin, Jonathan Ferreira

Substitutes Not Used: Patrick Quinn, Gabriel Meireles, Paulo Da Silva, Andrew White

Misconduct Summary:

NY – Benjamin Mines (Yellow Card) 30’

NY – Nick Schimbeno (Yellow Card) 41’

NY – Evan Peters (Yellow Card) 49’

NE – Tim Ennin (Yellow Card) 60’

NE – Prince Loney-Bailey (Yellow Card) 72’

NY – Ben Bograd (Yellow Card) 74’

NE – Elio Firmino (Yellow Card) 80+5’


The Under-14s travelled to Queens, N.Y. where they defeated the Met Oval U-14s, 1-0. Kaoru Fujiwara (Lexington, Mass.) played a through ball to Bryce Visnick (Beverly, Mass.), who converted from the top of the box in the 40th minute for the only goal of the match. Connel O’Brien (Rochester, N.H.) picked up his fourth shutout of the season in the winning effort.

New England Revolution U-14s vs. Met Oval U-14s

Saturday, April 9, 2016 – The Metropolitan Oval (Queens, N.Y.)

New England Revolution 1, Met Oval 0

Scoring Summary:

NE – Bryce Visnick 6 40’

New England Revolution: Connel O’Brien; Connor Bagdon (Sergio Zacarias 55’), Jared Cain, Pierre Spiegel, Samuel Deossa; Declan Sung (Camden Blackburn 50’), Trevor Burns (David Medeiros 65’), Kaoru Fujiwara (Luke Fagerson 55’); Michael Balleani (Andrew White 65’), Bryce Visnick (Caleb Williams, Luis Blanco

Substitutes Not Used: Aydin Jay, Bailey Monteiro

The Revolution Under-18, Under-16 and Under-14 teams will be back in action at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, April 16, with each team hosting Seacoast United’s Under-18, Under-16 and Under-14 sides, respectively. The U-14s will also travel to Portland, Conn. on Sunday, April 17, to play Oakwood Soccer Club.