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All five Revolution Academy teams continued MLS NEXT fall action last weekend, taking on New York Soccer Club on Saturday before the U-17s and U-19s took on FC Westchester on Sunday.

The U-13s scored 13 goals on Saturday, marking their largest margin of victory in their 15-game undefeated season so far. Goalkeeper Charles Wallace (2010 – Burlington, V.T.) earned his eighth clean sheet of the year in a game that saw seven different goal scorers. Arthur Bernardino (2011 – Shirley, Mass.) recorded a hat trick bringing him to 16 goals on the fall while Rikelme De Almeida (2011 – Easton, Mass.) tallied two goals and three assists as he continues to lead his team with 18 goals and eight assists this year.

Six different players found the back of the net for the U-19s on Saturday in the team’s 7-1 win over New York Soccer Club. Malik Akin (2006 – Altamonte Spring, Fla.) tallied twice in the 62nd and 68th minutes while Tiago Suarez (2005 – Rocklin, Calif.) scored in his first match with Revolution Academy, putting a header off a corner kick into the top left corner. Enzo Goncalves (2006 – Hyannis, Mass.), Bryce Flowers (2005 – Sharon, Mass.), Ayden Kokoszcka (2006 – Franklin, Mass.), and Jamie Kabuusu (2006 – Chestnut Hill, Mass.) also all found the scoresheet in the match. The U-19s fell 1-0 to FC Westchester on Sunday.

The U-17s earned two wins on the weekend. Owen Beninga (2007 – Jackson, W.Y.) and Julian Chapman (2006 – Maplewood, N.J.) split time in net en route to the team’s fifth clean sheet in their 4-0 win over NYSC. Cliff-Grova Rwabira (2008 – Portland, M.E.) opened the scoring in the 20th minute while Grant Emerhi (2008 – Mansfield, Mass.) recorded a hat trick with Raphael Alves (2007 – Framingham, Mass.) assisting two of his three goals. Alves and Rwabira went on to tally on Sunday in their team’s 5-2 win over FC Westchester. Edwin Flores (2007 – Wilmington, D.E.) scored two goals and Josh Poulson (2007 – Hingham, Mass.) found the back of the net in the 89th minute of the match.

The U-15s earned a 3-0 shutout victory on Saturday as Levi Katsell (2009 – San Diego, Calif.), Josh Macedo (2009 – Santa Clarita, Calif.), and Kaleb De Oliveira (2009 – Somerville, Mass.) made up the scoring. Ryker Fauth (2009 – Milford, Mass.) and Reinner Fidelis (2009 – Peabody, Mass.) each spent a half in goal in the U-15s third clean sheet of the fall. 

The U-14s earned a 3-0 victory of their own over NYSC. Lucas Pereira (2010 – East Merrimack, N.H.), Frankie Caruso (2010 – Newton, Mass.), and Brandon Velez (2010 – Concord, Mass.) all scored in the match. 

This past week also saw five Revolution Academy products earn national team call-ups in Esmir Bajraktarević (United States U-23), Noel Buck (England U-19), Olger Escobar (Guatemala), Peyton Miller (United States U-17), and Cristiano Oliveira (United States U-16). Miller and the U-17 Youth National Team continue FIFA World Cup action tomorrow, Wednesday, November 15. Their match vs. Burkina Faso kicks off at 4 a.m. ET with Saturday’s match vs. France kicking off at 7 a.m. Both matches will be broadcast live on FS1.

All five Revolution Academy teams continue their MLS NEXT campaigns this weekend when they all take on IFA and Bayside. Click here to learn more about the New England Revolution Academy.

New England Revolution U-19s vs. New York Soccer Club U-19s
Saturday, November 11, 2023
New England Revolution 7, NYSC 1

Scoring Summary:
NE – Enzo Goncalves (Bryce Flowers) 3’
NE – Bryce Flowers (Steban Lopera Betancur) 33’
NE – Tiago Suarez (Tyler Flowers) 50’
NE – Ayden Kokoszcka 53’
NE – Jamie Kabuusu (Malik Akin) 56’
NE – Malik Akin (TJ Kahoalii) 62’
NE – Malik Akin (Ayden Kokoszcka) 68’
NYSC – 80’

Revolution U-19s: Max Weinstein (Sean Cory 52’); Alex Parvu, Henrique Dias, Tiago Suarez, Steban Betancur Lopera (Kian Charris 52’); Gabriel Chavez (Jamie Kabuusu 46’), Aiden Reilly, Giuseppe Ciampa (Tyler Flowers 52’); Eric Klein (Malik Akin 46’), Bryce Flowers (TJ Kahoalii 52’), Enzo Goncalves (Alex Rapo 52’).  

New England Revolution U-19s vs. FC Westchester U-19s
Sunday, November 12, 2023
New England Revolution 0, FC Westchester 1

Scoring Summary:
FCW – 37’

Revolution U-19s: Ryan Carney; Alex Parvu, Kian Charris, Tiago Suarez, Steban Betancur Lopera; Gabriel Chavez (Enzo Goncalves 60’), Jami Kabuusu, Giuseppe Ciampa; Eric Klein, TJ Kahoalii (Tyler Flowers 82’), Malik Akin (Bryce Flowers 60’).

New England Revolution U-17s vs. New York Soccer Club U-17s
Saturday, November 11, 2023
New England Revolution 4, NYSC 0

Scoring Summary:
NE – Cliff-Grova Rwabira (Damario McIntosh) 20’
NE – Grant Emerhi (Raphael Alves) 27’
NE – Grant Emerhi (Raphael Alves) 41’
NE – Grant Emerhi 68’

Revolution U-17s: Owen Beninga (Julian Chapman 46’); Tommy Tsouros, Sage Kinner (Simon Henao 46’), Damario McIntosh (Joaquin Garcia Zilinskas 60’), Aiden Reilly (Eli Ackerman 46’); Edwin Flores (Gershom Matimano 60’), Josh Poulson (Javuan Mussenden 46’), Bryan Norena; Grant Emerhi, Raphael Alves (Alvin Depina 46’), Cliff-Grova Rwabira. 

New England Revolution U-17s vs. FC Westchester U-17s
Sunday, November 12, 2023
New England Revolution 5, FC Westchester 2

Scoring Summary:
NE – Edwin Flores 16’
FCW – 23’
FCW – 30’
NE – Edwin Flores 42’
NE – Raphael Alves (Aiden Reilly) 62’
NE – Josh Poulson (Grant Emerhi) 89’
NE – Cliff-Grova Rwabira 90’

Revolution U-17s: Julian Chapman (Owen Beninga 46’); Simon Henao (Tommy Tsouros 85’), Sage Kinner, Alvin Depina (Damario McIntosh 46’), Joaquin Garcia Zilinskas (Josh Poulson 46’); Edwin Flores, Javaun Mussenden (Cliff-Grova Rwabira 82’), Gershom Matimano (Bryan Norena 73’); Eli Ackerman (Grant Emerhi 73’), Raphael Alves, Aiden Reilly. 

New England Revolution U-15s vs. New York Soccer Club U-15s
Saturday, November 11, 2023
New England Revolution 3, NYSC 0

Scoring Summary:
NY – 13’
NE – Levi Katsell 29’
NE – Josh Macedo 33’
NE – Kaleb De Oliveira 75’

Revolution U-15s: Ryker Fauth (Reinner Fidelis 41’); Jonathan Cante, Nathan Jackson (William Spaulding 55’), Makai Harr (Luke Nuspl 41’), Sheridan McNish; Paolo Ayala Tornberg, Brian Brooks (Alex Glassman 41’), Ivan Villabos Lopez (Aarin Prajapati 60’); Judah Siqueira (Zackary Chaib 60’), Levi Katsell, Josh Macedo (Kaleb De Oliveira 55’).

New England Revolution U-14s vs. New York Soccer Club U-14s
Saturday, November 11, 2023 
New England Revolution 3, NYSC 0

Scoring Summary:
NE – Lucas Pereira 9’
NE – Frankie Caruso 22’
NE – Brandon Velez (Frankie Caruso) 28’

Revolution U-14s: Mason Yang; Jude Chisholm, Tobin Farmer, Kauan Decampos, Stephan Gorea; Frankie Caruso, Logan Azar, Kaisei Korytoski; Shayne Dos Santos, Lucas Pereira, Brandon Velez.

Substitutes Used: Niaz Sacirbey, Alex Gomes, David Sellars, Kenny Mills, Braeden Anderson.

New England Revolution U-13s vs. New York Soccer Club U-13s
Saturday, November 11, 2023 
New England Revolution 13, NYSC 0

Scoring Summary:
NE – NYSC Own Goal 4’
NE – Boston Kahoalii (Rikelme De Almeida) 13’
NE – Landon Ho Sang (Rikelme De Almeida) 18’
NE – Davi Pereira 22’
NE – Navayush Gurung (Davi Pereira) 28’
NE – Rikelme De Almeida (Davi Pereira) 34’
NE – Nolan Nairn (Arthur Bernardino) 36’
NE – Arthur Bernardino 37’
NE – Arthur Bernardino (Davi Pereira) 43’
NE – Nolan Nairn (Jason Kamerzel-Smith) 48’
NE – Arthur Bernardino (Davi Pereira) 51’
NE – Nolan Nairn (Rikelme De Almeida) 55’
NE – Rikelme De Almeida (Navayush Gurung) 70’

Revolution U-13s: Charles Wallace; Dalu Nwazojie, Vaughn Scholz, Asher Bremser, John Munko; Brennan McWeeny; Rikelme De Almeida, Boston Kahoalii, Davi Pereira, Navayush Gurung; Landon Ho Sang.

Substitutes Used: Sawyer Yoder, Noah Previtera, Nolan Nairn, Jason Kamerzel-Smith, Arthur Bernardino.

Source : Revolution Soccer