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Youth Update: Oakwood SC

May 6, 2013 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - New England Revolution News Release

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Last weekend, all three of the New England Revolution's youth teams were on the road, meeting Oakwood SC in Portland, Conn., on Saturday, May 4. Overall, the teams were unbeaten with a combined 2-0-1 record as the Under-18s and Under-14s earned 4-3 and 1-0 victories, respectively, while the Under-16s played to a scoreless draw.


The Under-18s earned a 4-3 victory against Oakwood SC on Saturday. Matt Nyeayea (Worcester, Mass.) put the Revs ahead in the 20th minute, assisted by Leandro Alves (Pawtucket, R.I.). Trevor Davock (Medway, Mass.) then doubled New England's advantage, scoring a 22nd-minute goal in his U18 debut. Oakwood answered with a comeback effort, scoring goals in the 34th, 70th and 80th minutes. In the 85th minute, Oakwood attempted to clear the ball, but it instead deflected off the chest of Freddie Ferre (Waltham, Mass.) and into the back of the net to equalize at 3-3. The Revs dug deep in the final minutes of the match, producing some late-game heroics. Alves - assisted by Wes Turner (Newton, Mass.) - curled a right-footed shot in for the Revs' go-ahead goal in the 89th minute, securing three points for the Revolution. Now 12-4-2 (38 pts.), the U18s are ranked second in the Northeast Division of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy's East Conference with 2.11 points per game.


The Under-16s played Oakwood SC to a scoreless draw on Saturday. New England's offense produced 12 shots, while goalkeeper Austin Aviza (Medway, Mass.) made two saved en route to the U16s' seventh shutout of the season. U14 Matt Ranieri (Natick, Mass.) entered the game as a second-half substitute and Aaron James (Amherst, Mass.) also earned the call-up, but remained on the bench. With their 9-3-6 (33 pts.) record, the U16s are currently third in the Northeast Division of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy's East Conference with 1.83 points per game.


The Under-14s earned a 1-0 victory against Oakwood SC on Saturday, improving their U.S. Club Soccer record to 10-3-1 (31 pts.). After a scoreless first half, Max Diamond (Hopedale, Mass.) scored what proved to be the game-winning goal in the 45th minute, heading home a cross from Jack O'Brien (Milton, Mass.). The shutout was the U14s' sixth of the season. With 2.21 points per game, the Revs currently sit in fourth place in U.S. Club Soccer's 20-team Northeast Pre-Academy League.

All three youth teams are in action next weekend, when they will host South Central Premier at Durfee High School in Fall River, Mass., on Saturday, May 11.

New England Revolution U18s vs. Oakwood SC U18s

Saturday, May 4, 2013 - Portland, Conn. (TD Bank Oakwood Soccer Park)

Revolution 4, Oakwood 3

Scoring Summary:

NE - Matt Nyeayea (Leandro Alves) 20

NE - Trevor Davock (unassisted) 22

OSC - Kyle Coleman 34

OSC - Stanley Sandoval 70

OSC - Stanley Sandoval 80

NE - Freddie Ferre (unassisted) 85

NE - Leandro Alves (Wes Turner) 89

New England Revolution: Matt Mozynski (GK), Ryan Rose, Willis Griffith, Quenton Swift, Coupar Lipp, Christian Sady, Guy Kabala, Dominik Machado, Leandro Alves, Freddie Ferre, Matt Nyeayea, Trevor Davock (Wes Turner 75)

Unused Substitutes: Bruce Johnson (GK), Michael Faria

Misconduct Summary:

OSC - Daniel McClintock (caution) 65

New England Revolution U16s vs. Oakwood SC U16s

Saturday, May 4, 2013 - Portland, Conn. (TD Bank Oakwood Soccer Park)

Revolution 0, Oakwood 0

Scoring Summary:


New England Revolution: Austin Aviza (GK), Will Rasid, Steven Duncan, Adam Norman, Luke Albertini (Matt Ranieri 77), Matt Morana, Gabe Gissie, Zach Herivaux, Declan McCabe, Amadu Kunateh, Danny Apajee

Unused Substitutes: Bruce Johnson (GK), Michael Faria, Justin Freitas, Aaron James

Misconduct Summary:

OSC - Ryan Taylor (caution) 43

New England Revolution U14s vs. Oakwood SC U14s

Saturday, May 4, 2013 - Portland, Conn. (TD Bank Oakwood Soccer Park)

Revolution 1, Oakwood 0

Revolution Goal-Scorers:

Max Diamond (Jack O'Brien) 45

First half:

New England Revolution: Trey Miller (GK), Matt Ranieri, Travis Van Brewer, Max Diamond, Nick Woodruff, Daniel Jones, Liam Sloan, Freddy Stokes, Adama Kaba, Raffi Barsamian, Justin Rennicks


20' - Aaron James in, Adama Kaba out

28' - Simon Fisher in, Raffi Barsamian out

31' - Santiago Cardona in, Justin Rennicks out

Second half:

New England Revolution: Trey Miller (GK), Matt Ranieri, Nick Ranieri, Max Diamond, Nick Woodruff, Simon Fisher, Jack O'Brien, Santiago Cardona, Freddy Stokes, Aaron James, Justin Rennicks


49' - Daniel Jones in, Jack O'Brien out

49' - Raffi Barsamian in, Simon Fisher out

62' - Matthew Uek in, Santiago Cardona out

62' - Travis Van Brewer in, Freddy Stokes out

70' - Adama Kaba in, Aaron James out

75' - Poom Mera in, Matthew Uek out

Revolution Misconduct:


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