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New England Revolution Academy Highlights: October 21, 2021

October 21, 2021 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - New England Revolution News Release


FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - The New England Revolution Academy continued its 2021 MLS NEXT Fall season with the Under-19s and Under-14s both taking the field Sunday afternoon in Walpole, Mass. The U-19s played Met Oval to a 2-2 draw while the U-14s took down Bayside FC, 3-2. Both the Under-17s and Under-15s were off for the weekend.

Additionally, Revolution II played a pair of matches last week as they continue their quest to qualify for the USL League One playoffs. New England defeated Forward Madison FC, 1-0, before falling at Greenville Triumph SC on Saturday, 1-0. Revolution Academy graduate Meny Silva (2002 - Roxbury, Mass.) earned his first professional start in Tuesday's victory while fellow Academy alums Justin Rennicks, Damian Rivera, Noel Buck, and Colby Quiñones each made a pair of appearances.

On Monday, U-17 goalkeeper Ryan Carney (2006 - Dunstable, Mass.) was called into the United States Under-17 National Team Domestic Training Camp in Chula Vista, Calif. from November 1-8. At the start of the 2021 MLS NEXT fall season, Carney has started eight matches for the U-17s and has posted a 4-4-0 record with one clean sheet under Head Coach Shalrie Joseph's tutelage.

On Sunday, New England's U-15 and U-17 sides will join the Revolution first team in Florida, facing Orlando City SC Academy. Meanwhile, Revolution II will travel to face North Texas SC on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. ET (ESPN+). Click here to learn more about the New England Revolution Academy. The complete MLS NEXT schedule and all the latest news from around the league can be viewed here.

Revolution MLS NEXT & Alumni Highlights

Forward Greg Cook (2004 - Las Vegas, Nev.) scored his team-leading fifth goal of the season for the U-19s while forward Triton Beauvois (2003 - Malden, Mass.) tallied his fourth goal of the year.

Forward Cristiano Carlos (2008 - Chicopee, Mass.) added two goals and an assist in a victory for the undefeated U-14 squad, raising his total to a program-best 13 tallies in eight matches this season. His five assists also lead the team, as do his four game-winning goals.

Midfielder Gabriel Jordao (2008 - Bellingham, Mass.) tallied his team-leading second game-winning assist of the season off the bench for the U-14s.

Gevork Diarbian (2001 - Cranston, R.I.) scored his second goal of the season for 16th-ranked Providence College in a 2-1 loss to Butler last week.

Revolution Academy's Latest College Commitments

Triton Beauvois (2003 - Malden, Mass.) - Virginia

Malcolm Fry (2005 - Groton, Mass.) - Wake Forest

Morris Matthews (2003 - Westwood, Mass.) - Northeastern

Andrew Millar (2004 - Cambridge, Mass.) - Vermont

Jack Panayotou (2004 - Cambridge, Mass.) - Georgetown

Max Weinstein (2004 - Montpelier, Vt.) - Vermont

UNDER-19s (6-1-1)

New England Revolution U-19s vs Met Oval U-19s

Sunday, October 17, 2021 - South Walpole Athletic Complex (Walpole, Mass.)

New England Revolution 2, Met Oval 2

Scoring Summary:

NE - Triton Beauvois (Unassisted) 3'

MET - 29'

NE - Greg Cook (Brandonn Bueno) 82'

MET - 84'

Revolution U-19s: Max Weinstein (Matthew Tibbetts 45'); Gabriell de Godoi (Jack Burkhardt 68'), Dylan Walsh, Daniel Bede, Matiwos Rumley; Marcos Quintana, Morris Matthews, Andrew Millar (Matteo Gomes 68'); Triton Beauvois, Greg Cook, Brandonn Bueno.

Substitutes Not Used: Olger Escobar, Isaie Louis, Alex Parvu, Diego Xhikneli.

UNDER-14s (8-0-0)

New England Revolution U-14s vs Bayside FC U-14s

Sunday, October 17, 2021 - South Walpole Athletic Complex (Walpole, Mass.)

New England Revolution 3, Bayside FC 1

Scoring Summary:

NE - Cristiano Carlos (Unassisted) 1'

NE - Cristiano Carlos (Gabriel Jordao) 25'

BAY - 63'

NE - Luka Hislop (Cristiano Carlos) 66'

Revolution U-14s: Kaleb Curran; Jorge Flores, Tommy Tsouros, Caiden London, Julian Monteiro; Gavin Baer, Anthony Anduray; Mesud Ramic, Bryan Norena, Luka Hislop; Cristiano Carlos.

Substitutes Used: Ethan Virmalo, Jayel Goncalves, Daniel Jordao, Gabriel Jordao, Sheridan McNish, Ryan Scholz, Matias Xhikneli.


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