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ACADEMY RECAP: Busy weekend sees Red Bulls academy go 7-2-0 in nine games

 
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The New York Red Bulls academy were active at all age groups last weekend, including two games for the U-13s and U-12 Blue and White teams. The opponents this week included FC Boston Bolts, World Class, Seacoast United, Met Oval and NYSC.

New York Red Bulls U-18 (6) vs. FC Boston Bolts (1)

HANOVER, N.J. (April 16, 2016) – Brian Saramago scored five goals as the New York Red Bulls recorded their biggest home win against FC Boston Bolts, 6-1.

Saramago opened the scoring on the twenty-minute mark with a curling shot from distance. He wasted no time adding to his tally, scoring again in the 33rd minute, after an excellent through ball from Jared Gilbey.

The Red Bulls picked up where they left off in the second half with a well-worked team goal that was converted after a good spell of possession. The move finished with Sean Teixeria’s cross to Barry Sharifi who made no mistake with his finish.

Sharifi would turn provider moments later when his through ball played in the ever dangerous Saramago behind the Bolts defense for his hat trick. Saramago made a powerful run inside the Bolts penalty area and showed composure on the finish.

FC Boston Bolts scored on the 68th minute to deny Matthew Rosenberg the shutout who was making his first start of the season in the Red Bulls goal.

New York picked up their level to close out the game. Saramago scored from Jared Gilbey’s free kick on the 75th minute, followed by another good combination with Sharifi to score his fifth of the game and Red Bulls’ sixth.

“After playing to a scoreless draw the week before we made it a priority to take our chances this week and put the game to rest early,” Man of the Match Brian Saramago said. “It was nice to get on the scoresheet, but the most important thing was getting the three points. The team played great this week and hopefully we could carry this momentum into what will be a big game against a good Montreal side."

The next game for Red Bulls U-18 will be on the road against Montreal Impact on Sunday, April 24 at 11:30 a.m.

Scoring Summary (Assists in parenthesis):

  • NY: Brian Saramago (Ryan Mingachos) 20’
  • NY: Brian Saramago (Jared Gilbey) 33’
  • NY: Barry Sharifi (Sean Teixeria) 48’
  • NY: Brian Saramago (Barry Sharifi) 65’
  • FC Boston Bolts 68’
  • NY: Brian Saramago (Jared Gilbey) 75’
  • NY: Brian Saramago (Barry Sharifi) 86’

Lineup: Matthew Rosenberg, Sean Teixeria, Cristian Martinez, Kyle Perno, Kevin O’Toole (Maxwell Aunger, 60’), Ryan Mingachos, Jared Gilbey, Samad Bouthong, Anthony Herbert (Rodrigo D’Andrea, 60’), Brian Saramago, Barry Sharifi

Subs not used: Matthew Goodman, Mason Deeds, Jeanpaul Marin

Man of the Match: Brian Saramago

New York Red Bulls U-16 (2) vs. FC Boston Bolts (0)

HANOVER, N.J. (April 16, 2016) – The New York Red Bulls U-16s defeated FC Boston Bolts at the Red Bulls Training Facility, 2-0.

Jordan Bailon, who started and played the full 80 minutes, opened the scoring for the Red Bulls in the 33rd minute. In the second half, an own goal by Boston in the 77th minute finished off the match. New York’s defense kept a clean sheet to earn the U-16s their fourth win of 2016. The U-16s improved to 13-1-4 in U.S. Soccer Development Academy play.

Scoring Summary:

  • NY: Jordan Bailon 33’
  • FC Boston Bolts (Own Goal) 77’

New York Red Bulls U-14 (4) vs. World Class (2)

HANOVER, N.J. (April 16, 2016) – The New York Red Bulls U-14 came from behind twice and recorded a thrilling win against World Class, 4-2.

World Class took the lead in the 12th minute when a defensive turnover led to the early World Class goal. The Red Bulls could not find the equalizer and went into half-time trailing 1-0.

“At half-time we talked about playing quicker and competing on every play,” Man of the Match Danny Ramm said. “[World Class] did a good job in the first half of making it hard for us to establish a rhythm.”

Second half substitute Samory Powder sparked the Red Bulls to life with the first of his assists in the 62nd minute, when he played a ball over the top of the World Class defense as they were stepping out. Ramm then received the pass and then curled in a right-footed shot into the opposite corner of the goal.

However, the lead was short lived as another Red Bulls error led to World Class taking the lead in the 66th minute.

New York responded directly from the ensuing kickoff as the ball played over the top saw a Dylan Sullivan shot saved brilliantly and then fall to forward Scotty Taylor who finished from 12-yards-out. From this point on, the Red Bulls began to control the game and create numerous opportunities.

Defender Sean Ryan scored his first goal of the season and the game winner in the 76th minute, when a Dylan Sullivan shot was deflected into his path to tap home from close range.

Jonathan Ned sealed the victory with a header from a Powder corner kick in the 78th minute. Midfielder Conner Maurer could have added to the lead in the 79th minute, but the World Class goalkeeper tipped a shot wide just as he had done numerous times in the game.

Lineup: Liam Bertrand, Jordon May (Samory Powder, 58’), Sean Joo (Sean Ryan, 53’), Jonathan Ned, Leo Hecht (Jayden Reid, 53’), Amadeo Chapru-tate, Peter Stroud (Jayson Argueta, 53’), Danny Ramm  (Conner Maurer, 74’), Nick Gencarelli (Alex Quezada, 41’) Scotty Taylor, Dylan Sullivan.  

Subs not used: Alex Bobocea.

Scoring Summary (Assists in parenthesis):

World Class 12’

  • NY: Danny Ramm, 3 (Samory Powder, 4) 62’

World Class 66’

  • NY: Scotty Taylor, 19 (Dylan Sullivan,11) 67’
  • NY: Sean Ryan, 1 (Dylan Sullivan,12) 76’
  • NY: Jonathan Ned, 3 (Samory Powder, 5) 78’

Man of the Match: Danny Ramm (7)

New York Red Bulls U-13 (10) vs. FC Boston Bolts (0)

HANOVER, N.J. (April 16, 2016) – New York’s Esteban Molina-Garcia opened up the scoring in the eighth minute in Saturday's match, and finished the game with a hat trick and an assist. 

The Red Bulls back line was solid defensively and provided attacking movements in wide areas. Justin Weiss added a brace and two assists, while Kyle Linhares also had two goals as the U-13s went on to win, 10-0.

Scoring Summary (Assists in parenthesis):

  • NY: Esteban Molina 8'
  • NY: Justin Weiss (Amir Daley) 33'
  • NY: Andrew Maia 36'
  • NY: Esteban Molina 42'
  • NY: Esteban Molina (Justin Weiss) 47'
  • NY: Kyle Linhares (Justin Weiss) 50'
  • NY: Justin Weiss (Esteban Molina) 57'
  • NY: Kyle Linhares (Murat Calkap) 66'
  • NY: Murat Calkap 75'
  • NY: Zane Brown (Andrew Maia) 78'

Lineup: Elliot Leinweber, John Tolkin, Bryce Lebel, Hamza Shehata, Amir Daley, Matty Acosta, Aidan Borra, Andrew Maia, Murat Calkap, Esteban Molina, Kyle Linhares
Subs used: Alonzo Peart, Zane Brown, Justin Weiss

New York Red Bulls U-13 (0) vs. Seacoast United (1)

HANOVER, N.J. (April 17, 2016) – On Sunday, the Red Bulls had difficulty breaking down the visitors, who sat 10 players behind the ball in and around the penalty area. 

Seacoast’s unwillingness to open up paid off in the final play of the game as they countered and finished their one chance on goal as Red Bulls pushed everyone forward looking for the result. Seacoast won the match, 1-0. 

Lineup: Elliot Leinweber, John Tolkin, Bryce Lebel, Hamza Shehata, Amir Daley, Aidan Borra, Matty Acosta, Andrew Maia, Dylan Estevez, Justin Weiss, Jayson Argueta
Subs used: Matt Agudelo, Jason Pereira, Anthony Bileddo, Ethan Layton, Luke Lusskin, Gabe Llanos

New York Red Bulls U-12 - Blue (2) vs. Met Oval - Blue (3)

MASPETH, N.Y. (April 16, 2016) – The New York Red Bulls U-12 Blue could not manage a comeback on the road against Metropolitan Oval and suffered their first loss of the season, 3-2.

New York went down a goal early off a free kick from just outside the box that beat the keeper to the near post.  Met Oval’s second goal came after the Red Bulls’ goalkeeper was stripped of the ball after a mishandled touch.

Met Oval’s chances were limited as the Red Bulls enjoyed most of the possession, but could not manage to create many good chances of their own in the first half. 

At the start of the second half, the Red Bulls showed more energy, but would once again concede early off a Met Oval counter attack.  

However, New York continued to dominate in possession and began to create many goal-scoring opportunities, but could not find the back of the net. The Red Bulls managed to finally put away two goals from good build up and combination play, but it wasn’t enough to complete the comeback.

Red Bulls Scoring Summary:

  • Goals: Carmelo Carbone (1), Jonathan Jean-Baptiste (1)
  • Assists: JJ Zaun (1)

Met Oval Scoring Summary:

  • Goals: Met Oval (3)

New York Red Bulls U-12 – White (6) vs. Met Oval – White (3)

MASPETH, N.Y. (April 16, 2016) – The New York Red Bulls U-12 White won on the road against Met Oval on Saturday, 6-3. 

The Red Bulls started off the first half netting three goals before the second half after dominating in possession and chances.  

In the second half, the Red Bulls added three more goals, but also would concede three en route to victory.

Red Bulls Scoring Summary:

  • Goals: Derek Rivera (1), Max Kastl (1), Jack Krongold (1), Joshwin Jenning (1), James Cartier (1), Paolo Primavera (1), James Cartier (1)
  • Assists: Max Kastl (1), James Cartier (1), Jack Krongold (1)

Met Oval Scoring Summary:

  • Goals: Met Oval (3)

New York Red Bulls U-12 – Blue (5) vs. NYSC – Blue (1)

HANOVER, N.J. (April 17, 2016) – The New York Red Bulls U-12 Blue bounced back from a loss against NYSC on Sunday at the Red Bulls Training Facility, 5-1. 

The Red Bulls scored two goals in the first half from some good build up and counter attacking soccer. However, NYSC fought hard and created a few good chances of their own, pulling a goal back late into the first half. 

As the game went on, New York continued to impose themselves on the game and would score three more goals before the final whistle. 

Red Bulls Scoring Summary:

  • Goals: Carmelo Carbone (1), Leo Guarino (1), Adam Havens (1), JJ Zaun (1), Christien Merritt (1)
  • Assists: Leo Guarino (1), Omre Ettienne (1), Luke Hanchar

NYSC Scoring Summary:

  • Goals: NYSC (1)

New York Red Bulls U-12 – White (6) vs. NYSC – White (3)

HANOVER, N.J. (April 17, 2016) – The New York Red Bulls U-12 White continued their winning streak with another win against NYSC on Sunday, 6-3. 

The Red Bulls rolled out the gate netting three goals in the first half of play from good combination play and ball movement. 

The second half proved to be the same as New York continued to show their dominance over their opponents, scoring three more goals in the second half.

Red Bulls Scoring Summary:

  • Goals: Dion Ahmetaj (1), Max Kastl (1), Joshwin Jenning (1), Paolo Primavera (3)
  • Assists: Max Kastl (1), James Cartier (1), Derek Rivera (2), Dion Ahmetaj (1)

NYSC Scoring Summary:

  • Goals: NYSC (3)
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