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Revolution Academy Notebook: Solid Opening Weekend For Academy

This past weekend three of the four New England Revolution Academy teams kicked off their Spring seasons. All three took on the Boston Bolts with the U-17’s winning 4-0, U-14’s winning 5-0, and the U-15’s earning a 1-1 draw.

U-17’s: 4-0 win over Boston Bolts

Goals from Samuel White, Morris Matthews assisted by Brandonn Bueno, Cole Dewhurst on a penalty, and Samuel White assisted by Hikaru Fujiwara. White, a Sterling Massachusetts native recorded a brace. Goalkeeper Sebastian Pliszka of Newington, Connecticut picked up a clean sheet.

U-15’s 1-1 Draw with Boston Bolts

The lone Revs goal came from Malcolm Fry off a penalty in the 62′.

U’14’s 5-0 Win Over Boston Bolts

Goals from Jordi Tornberg Ayala assisted by Benaiah Hanson, Benaiah Hanson goal assisted by Hayes Benzan, Enzo Goncalves assisted by Jordi Tornberg Ayala, and a goal from Raphael Alves assisted by Hayes Benzan. Ryan Carney of Dunstable and Sebastrain Wraga of Springfield combined for a shutout performance.

The Revolution Academy will be back in action this weekend when they host the New York Red Bull’s U-19’s at 5:00 pm on Sunday.

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Tanner founded Trifecta Sports in Spring of 2016 and has grown it from a blog into a multi-faceted media entity. He covers the New England Revolution, Pawtucket Red Sox, Boston Cannons, New England Patriots, and the Providence College Friars.

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