RBNY Academy Update | May 27: Red Bulls get the hat-trick vs. PA Classics

Red Bull U-18's (4) at PA Classics (0)

Saturday May 22, 2015 at Classic Soccer Park, PA

The 4-0 win over the weekend clinched the Atlantic Division title for the Red Bulls U-18s.  The team now holds an 18-3-3 record and a division-leading 57 points.  The Red Bulls U-18s’ win over PA Classics broke a seven game unbeaten streak.

Tom Lapnas recorded yet another shutout for the U-18s, and Wes Wade took over control of the offense.  The scoring opened up in the 37th minute when defender Gabe Viana delivered a flawless pass for the back post that found midfielder Samad Bounthong.  The lead was doubled quickly after half-time when Wes Wade finished a rebound coming off of Henry Martin’s header. 

It was after that goal Lapnas received his most difficult test of the game.  Lapnas brilliantly tipped over a header from close range over the crossbar to preserve the clean sheet. 

Wade scored his second goal in the game in the 79th minute from a left-footed shot, and Ethan Lochner completed the scoring in the 90th minute after a completing a set of swift passes with Cameron Harr.

On Saturday May 30th, the Red Bulls U-18s will travel to Philadelphia to face the Union (11 a.m. kick-off).

Lineup:  Tom Lapnas, Kyle Duncan (Oswaldo Castro 82’), Mason Deeds, Henry Martin, Gabe Viana, Gideon Metrikin, Kyle Zajec, Samad Bounthong (Breno Lustosa 61’), Malcolm Dixon (Jerel Blades 82’), Wes Wade (Cameron Harr 79’), Ethan Lochner.  

Unused subs: Wojciech Gajda, Matt McCarthy.

SCORING SUMMARY                                                                                                     

Minute, Goal, Assist

  • 37’, Samad Bounthong (2),Gabe Viana (2)
  • 49’, Wes Wade (7), Henry Martin (1)
  • 79’, Wes Wade (8), Malcolm Dixon (3)
  • 90’, Ethan Lochner (11), Cameron Harr (3)

Man of the Match: Gideon Metrikin (7)

Red Bull U-16's (3) at PA Classics (0)

Saturday May 22, 2015 at Classic Soccer Park, PA

It was a perfect day for soccer this past Saturday, and the play of the Red Bulls U-16s coincided with the flawless weather. 

The Red Bulls took control from the start by maintaining the majority of the possession.  The first goal came 16 minutes into the game when the Red Bulls U-16s won the ball in midfield, with Jeanpaul Marin then playing the ball through for Brian Saramago to score with a well-struck shot from just inside the penalty area.

The second goal didn’t arrive until the 67th minute when Kyle Perno scored off an assist from Jared Gilbey.  The team then faced a couple tests on the defensive side, but goalkeeper Xavier Kennedy was able to keep the shutout alive. 

Jared Gilbery, who took over possession at midfield and sent a clever flick-on to Saragamo, catalyzed the third and final goal of the game.  Saragamo then played the ball across to Zach Ryan who was able to put the finishing touch on the game. 

Gilbery, man of the match, realizes there’s a tough road ahead. “I’m glad we were able to score three goals and keep a clean sheet but I think the whole team knows we will have to cut down on our mistakes next week in what will probably be our biggest test of the season and a very important game that will, if we win, give us a lot of momentum going into playoffs.”

On Saturday May 30th, the Red Bulls U-16s will travel to Philadelphia to face the Union (1 p.m. kick-off).

Lineup: Xavier Kennedy, Noah Powder, Vince Borden Kazu Shigenobu 62’), Kyle Perno, Rodrigo D’Andrea, Ryan Mingachos, Jared Gilbey, Jeanpaul Marin, Giuseppe Margiottiello (Kyle Casey 60’),  Omir Fernandez (Zach Ryan 70’), Brian Saramago 

Unused subs: Steven Ortiz, DeAndre Golding, Evan Peters, Kevin O’Toole

Scoring Summary:

  • Red Bulls – 1-0 – 16’ Brian Saramago assisted by Jeanpaul Marin
  • Red Bulls – 2-0 – 67’ Kyle Perno assisted by Jared Gilbey
  • Red Bulls – 3-0 – 79’ Zach Ryan assisted by Brian Saramago

Man of the Match: Jared Gilbey

Red Bull U-14's (6) at PA Classics (0)

Saturday May 22, 2015 at Classic Soccer Park, PA

The Red Bulls U-14s didn’t have a difficult time finding the back of the net in Saturday’s affair vs. Classic Soccer Park.  The standout statistic of the day, other than the six goals scored, was there being six different goal scorers for the Red Bulls.  Sam Ilin made one save to record the shutout.

The schedule gets tougher as the team travels to Philadelphia to face the Union on Saturday (3p.m. kick-off).  The Red Bulls were involved in two competitive matches this season with the Union, both of which resulted in wins for New York. 

Goal Scorers

  • Valentino Ambrosio
  • Keijel Watt
  • Thriston Briscoe
  • Azeel Jackson
  • Grant Barrientos
  • Nick Schimbeno

Red Bull U-13's (0) at DC United (0)

Saturday May 22, 2015

The Red Bulls U-13s traveled south to face DC United on Saturday.  The Red Bulls had a handful of opportunities, but failed to find the back of the net.  The game ended in a 0-0 draw.

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