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Girls Under 14

Pepperell Revolution vs. Lunenburg

Drizzly conditions failed to damper Pepperell’s season opener. The Revolution got all of their strong scoring done in the first half, starting in the 11th minute when Emily Valacer centered a beautiful pass to Meaghan Turcotte, who netted the first goal. Later in the 15th minute, Molly TenBroeck found a loose ball in front of the opponent’s net and scored the Revolution’s only other goal. The Revolution’s defense held the rest of the way, with strong efforts from Kelsey Russell, Mackensey Farina, Hannah Kotelly, and Brynne Davies. Kaitlyn Istnick worked hard in mid game and had several scoring opportunities in the second half, only to be turned away by the Lunenburg keeper. Meghan Nadworny and Blaire Izbicki combined in goal for the Revolution for the clean sheet.

Girls Under 12

Pepperell Revolution B

vs. Harvard B

The downpours didn’t slow down the Pepperell Revolution on Saturday as they posted a 3-1 win. Maeve Murphy was in net the first half of the game and made some amazing saves. Samantha Donohoe, Jessica Lutz, and Emily Flavin played a great defensive game, keeping the ball in the opponent’s end zone. The first goal was scored by Bailey Lonas and followed up by one from Riley Walsh. Lauren Wyllie was the goalkeeper in the second half of the game and also made some great saves. Haley Nolan scored a fantastic goal from the sideline into the corner of the net.

Pepperell A

vs. Stow A

Pepperell U12A had a home game Saturday at Glow in the pouring rain, but the girls were fired up to play! Maddy Koutrouba scored the first goal within the first few minutes. An amazing defensive play brought in by Ally Lynch, Catherine Buckley, and Leah Hannon. Pepperell dominated with awesome shots by Annika Jurgilewicz, Grace Young and Julianna Wooldridge. Pepperell tied the game at 2-2 when Shalee Callahan crossed the ball to Skylar Alves, before taking a 3-2 lead on a great pass by Gianna D’Ambrosio to Julia Sheehan, before Stow earned a tie with the final goal.

Girls under 10

Pepperell United A

vs. Gardner A

The United team conquered Gardner despite the rain. Jessica Bramlett was in net for the first half of the game and made some great saves. Her sister Katie scored the first goal, followed by a tally by Hannah Nolan. Hadley Beauregard played an amazing defensive game stopping the opponent’s attempts at scoring. Sarah David was goalkeeper for the second half of the game making it a shut out. Rileigh Cinquegrano displayed quick footwork and speed. Bramlett and Nolan scored multiple times and the team went on to win the game.

Boys Under 10

Tyngsboro B

vs. Pepperell B Revolution

The boys U10 Revolution played with lots of heart and teamwork in the season’s rainy first game vs. Tyngsboro. Keepers Ashton Gray and Collin Anselmi made many great saves during their time in net. Mik Masterson, Derek Pinkerton, Adam Koretsky, Ashton Gray, Collin Anselmi and Sam Enke showed strong defensive plays and clever dribbling skills to keep the ball moving up the field. Jack Phoenix, Nicholas Cerone, Brendan Cerone, and Ryan Tomasini all showed off their passing and dribbling skills while working with their teammates to set up several plays resulting with shots on net. Adam Koretsky scored the teams lone goal with a strong kick and clear shot from midfield.

Lunenburg A

vs. Pepperell United A

BU10 United had a fantastic opening game against Lunenburg in spite of the rain and the novelty of astroturf. With great teamwork, the boys delivered strong offense with goals by Seth Drahusz, Christopher TenBroeck, Christian Angelucci and Owen Marr. Assists from Owen Marr, Alexander Nick, Patrick Maley and Vinny Sabatino and several additional shots on goal by Joe Couto, Max Phoenix & Mitch Hardy. Couto, TenBroeck & Drahusz each had a few saves in goal.

Under 8

Phantoms vs. Sounders

The Phantoms got off to a great start this season with outstanding dribbling and passing by Ailish Folan, Anna Griffiths, Max Patenaude and Lauren Wooldrige. Their efforts assisted Daniel Abbott, Tallon Craver, and Patrick Folan in unstoppable goal making! Jacob Copson, Caroline Cournoyer, Samantha Farrington, Julia Greer and Gavin Ippolito led an Impenetrable defense.

Breakers vs. Fire

For the Breakers, Liam LaCourse and Rebeckah Rubin made a dynamic duo with passing and dribbling skills. Matthew McMahon, Alexandra Sheehan, and Michael Gillespie scored several goals. Rachel Drahusz and Gavin Eibye also kicked a couple balls in the net. Brian McCall and Luke Boccelli had some great defensive moves. Allyson McMahon, Madelyn Rivett and Becca Epstein supported their teammates with amazing spirit and great hustle.

Galaxy vs. Sol

Team Galaxy’s re-entry into the Fall 2009 season was marked by tremendous teamwork and hustle. Tyler Goldthwaite and Brady Young presented an outstanding ball handling early in the game. First half action included goals by Daniel Balderas, Joseph McGuirk and Olivia Ting. Defensive play included blocked shots on net by Aine Murphy and Caitlyn Swartz. The second half passing game was in full swing with assists from Emily Hannon, Rachel McGuirk and Jacob Morse resulting in an explosive goal by Mark Anderson.

Fire vs. Breakers

The Fire lit it up against their opponent, the Breakers, with Jordan Hodgson, Kasen Deming, Haley Thomas, Anish Jain, Ben Lambright, Colby Deming and Emily Verre each scoring multiple goals. The defense was solid in helping the Breakers aggressive offense. Outstanding plays by Joanna Chase, Mark Thomas and Jacob Myers. Caera Ryan, Lyle Kottke and Olivia Goulding gave great hustle and passes.

Under 6

Crew vs. Kixx

For the Crew, Amanda Nett, Eddie Kozloski, and Dennis Jelley all scored goals. Mason Liverzey, Hayley Millsand Lindsey Stockman displayed great dribbling techniques. Thomas Galligan, Jack Nordougen, Madison Nettand Colby Ventura played a great defensive game.

For the Kixx, Rocco LaMonica, Allison Murphy, Kendall Sullivan and Justin Featherstone scored goals with assists from Logan Ricciardiello, Dova Koretsky, John Escabi and Megyn Fonda. Eva Morrissey, Connor Brebner, and Christopher Brothers showed great hustle and ball control. On the defensive side, Dova Koretsky, Allison Murphy and Justin Featherstone blocked goals and regained control of the ball.

Strikers vs. Storm

For the Strikers, Aidan Gallagher, Duncan Premus, Ashley Regan, Makayla Bobusia, Amanda Regan, and Katie Sergi played strong offense and scored goals. Ethan Marple, Andrew Peterson, Nicholas Mellin, and Matt Regan played solid defense and showed great hustle.

Red Bulls vs. Dynamo

For the Red Bulls, Hannah Morehouse, Connor Ludford, Tessa Holloran and Andrew Markros all scored goals. Delany Clarke, Zachary Greer and Colton LaRose showed great defensive plays. Matthew DiCicco, Lily Boccelli, Mallory Morrill and Michael Scanzillo contributed great hustle.

Ryan Bettencourt, Tighe Archambault and Emma Chase scored multiple goals for the Dynamo. Alivia Ryan and Jaden Boucek scored additional goals. The defense got great plays from Ben Whittemore, Alex Tuliano, Riley Barry and Ellen Minckler.

Crusaders vs. Cougars

For the Crusaders, veterans like Eric Bragg, Lindsay Swartz and Will Conway were impressive. And the rookies Dillon Kelleher, Riley Doyle, Mason Elderd, Ruby Hider and Ella Livie showed great promise as they hustled all over the field. Jack Harrington, Sawyer Mercier and Sam Reed displayed great teamwork.

For the Cougars, the first game of the season included goals by Collin Cerone, Alexander Dunsmoor, Brian Morse and Sydney Ting. On defense, Caroline Abbott, Alex Aponte, and Joshua Doehring displayed great tackling and blocking skills. Some great saves by Joshua Mendes and Sophia Barron, while Caroline Morris and Michael Archambault showed fantastic teamwork as they hustled down the field.