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Global Nov 07, 2015

U.S. U-15 Boys National Team opens camp with first intrasquad match

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(Via U.S. Soccer) – In the first game of the Under-15 Boy’s National Team Festival – an intrasquad event featuring a total of 60 U.S. U-15 Boys National Team players – ‘U.S. World Cup’ defeated their U.S. U-15 teammates on the other squad, ‘U.S. Copa America’, 2-1 as Tonny Temple wreaked havoc offensively.

Copa America struck first with a goal in the 9th minute by Ayo Akinola. Before the first half came to an end, Temple drove the ball toward the net for U.S. World Cup, taking a shot which deflected off a Copa America player, resulting in an own goal to tie the game at halftime.

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Shortly after the start of the second half, Temple netted a goal to give his side the 2-1 lead over Copa America.

During the friendly penalty kick shootout, U.S. World Cup capitalized again with a 4-3 win.

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— U.S. U-15 Men’s National Team Match Report —

Match: U.S. U15 BNT World Cup v. U.S. U15 BNT Copa America
Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Competition: US U15 BNT Festival
Venue: U17 National Team Field 1
Kickoff: 1:30pm
Attendance: 50
Weather:  Mid to High 80’s, Mostly sunny

Scoring Summary:             1             2              F
World Cup                           1              1              2
Copa America                     1             0              1

Copa America                      55 – Ayo Akinola (Assist – Tyler Freitas)                      9
World Cup                            37 – Jake Arteaga (Own goal)                                         30
World Cup                             5 – Tonny Temple                                                             47


World Cup: GK-Carlos Dos Santos (GK-Quantrell Jones, 36th), 9-Nykolas Sessock (29-Arturo Vasquez, 15th), 14-Jaylin Lindsey, 35-Kelee Cornfield-Saunders, 26-Chris Gloster, 34-Jean-Julien Foe Nuphaus, 33-Chris Goslin, 67-Adrian Villegas (58-Alex Mendez, 36th), 5-Tonny Temple, 59-Nico Lemoine (8-Jonathan Estrada, 36th), 28-Kevin Negrete
Subs not used: none
Not dressed: none
Head Coach: Junior Gonzalez

Copa America: GK-Hunter Pinho, 18-Tyler Freitas, 37-Jake Arteaga, 32-Griffin DeBolt, 36-Carlos Asensio (6-James Orozco, 58th), 12-James Sands, 27-John Murphy, 62-Ben Lederman (20-Seth Kuhn, 52nd), 25-Nicolas Garcia-Morillo (2-Ben Mines, 43rd), 3-Bryce Orsini (7-Mario Licor, 40th), 55-Ayo Akinola
Subs not used: none
Not dressed: none
Head Coach: Cris da Silva

Stats Summary: World Cup / Copa America
Shots: 3 / 9
Shots on Goal: 2 / 6
Saves: 6 / 0
Corner Kicks: 2 / 4
Fouls: 3 / 8
Offside: 5 / 1

Misconduct Summary:

Head – Santiago Lorenzo
Assistant No. 1 – Elvis Osmanovic
Assistant No. 2 – Hassan Belmmahin

Scoring Summary:
1st Half:
Copa America (9th) – Nicolas Garcia-Morillo plays the ball wide in the 18 and delivers a low cross into the middle, Carlos Dos Santos gets a piece of the first shot by Ayo Akinola but the ball skips over him and Akinola taps it in from 5 yards out.

World Cup (30th) – World Cup builds down the right side, Tonny Temple plays a hard low cross across the box and it deflects off Copa America defender Jake Arteaga, trickling into the bottom left corner of the net.

2nd Half:
World Cup (47th) – Tonny Temple flashes great individual skill on a 60-yard run, cutting past several defenders into the right side of the box, and finishing with a shot across goal into the left corner.

Friendly PK Shootout:
World Cup wins 4-3 on a friendly PK Shootout