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LIVE RESULTS

Welcome to the Riverhounds Academy Live Results page, an all-in-one destination that will track the club's youth teams in action, provide news about the Academy and link to news updates ranging from the Grassroots Program to Academy tie-ins with the Pro Team.

The weather is getting a little colder and rainy, but ECNL, Pre-ECNL and GLA league action roll on this weekend, with most of the action at home at Montour Junction and at other sites around the Pittsburgh area.

Keep checking back for updates throughout the weekend.


Saturday, Oct 24

In Great Lakes Alliance matches:

• The 09 East Girls started slow but then gained control of play in a 3-1 win over SCS United in Cranberry Township. Rylee Leasher picked up a pair of goals, and Kate Habershaw also scored for the Hounds, who had a good team defensive effort.

• The 07 RDA II Boys were 2-1 winners in a battle with Allegheny Force in New Kensington.

In Pre-ECNL matches at Montour Junction:

• The 11 Girls were topped 3-0 by a bigger and stronger Ohio Premier side, but the Hounds showed definite improvement over their last outing, even without their full compliment of players.

Sunday, Oct. 18

In ECNL play at Highmark Stadium:

• The 07 Girls still have room for improvement but handily issued a 3-0 defeat to the Western NY Flash. Mia Deramo, Sierra Dupre and Helena Walker scored to earn the three points.

• The 08 Girls failed to deal with a pair of set pieces and fell behind to the WNY Flash. Emme Kline pulled a goal back, but the Hounds were unable to rally and  fell to their northern opponents, 4-1.

In Pre-ECNL play at Montour Junction:

• It was a difficult day for the 10 Girls, who started off their first match against Cleveland Internationals in good form. Some later-game lapses cost them in a 3-0 defeat, and things got more difficult when the injury bug struck later in the day, ruling out a handful of players during a 4-0 loss to the Western NY Flash.

In Great Lakes Alliance play:

• The 08 East Boys built on Saturday's performance with another win, 4-1 on the road at FC Pittsburgh. Ian Natale scored twice in the morning win, while McAlister Steele and Brody Baker added the other goals.

• The 09 East Boys gave a game effort but couldn't put their chances into the net in a 3-1 loss to Croatia Jrs. 

• The 07 East Boys were tripped up by FC Pittsburgh, 6-1. Kyle Hospodavis notched the consolation goal for the Hounds.

Saturday, Oct. 17

In Great Lakes Alliance play in Erie, Pa.:

• Ty George provided great goalkeeping for the 08 East Boys to keep Perrysburg SC (Ohio) at bay, and the Hounds came alive with a dominant second half to turn a one-goal halftime lead into a 5-0 win. The Hounds got a pair of goals from Kollin Maxey and individual strikes by Cole Radcliffe, Braden Crowe and Ian Natale in the win.


The 2008 Boys are ready for action before their first match of the weekend against hosts Penn FC at the Coppa Classico in Hershey, Pa.

Monday, Oct. 12

At the WAGS Tournament in Richmond, Va.

• The 04 Girls brought the week to a close with another hard-fought match, falling 2-1 to a highly regarded Maryland United side. Fiona Mahan scored the Hounds' goal with a strike from about 25 yards out, while the team twice hit the bar and had an Ava Boyd goal disallowed for a disputed offside call. All told, with girls from three age groups combining to make up the team, it was a very productive weekend for this group.

Sunday, Oct. 11

At the WAGS Tournament in Richmond, Va.

• The 07 Girls continued their excellent play by advancing to the final with a win over Reading Rage, 6-1. Ava Yurko and Simone Sharpless and Robyn Reilly were excellent in the midfield, while Bella Costa, Maddie Marcotte and goalkeeper Molly Kubistek continued their good play for the weekend. The team got off to a fast start in the final with a well-struck Sharpless goal from 20 yards out, but bad weather and a handball call in the box hurt the Hounds, who were topped 2-1 by FC Delco.

• The 08 Girls were flying out of the gate in their semifinal, as an Emme Kline free kick and a Addi Pavely finish from a great team move put the girls ahead by two goals. The team controlled much of play, but Fredericksburg FC (Va.) got a late consolation goal to make the finish a little tense in the 2-1 win. The 08s ran out of steam in the final, however, as a very good Beach FC (Va.) side had the better of the match in a 3-0 Hounds loss.

• The 04 Girls were up against a physically strong TSJ FC Virginia side, and a dubious penalty put them behind in what would end as a 3-1 loss. Fiona Mahan scored the goal on a deftly played through ball by Lola Abraham, as the Hounds got a good learning experience from the match.

At the Coppa Classico in Hershey, Pa.

• It's on to the final for the 09 Boys, who were paced by four Grayson Stuart goals in a 5-1 semifinal win over Hershey. The team's clean sheet for the tournament finally was ended by a penalty kick, but the defense continues to play well. In the final, it was Warren Agostoni who carried the scoring load with three in a 6-1 win over Keystone FC. Carson Torres was outstanding throught the weekend with an all-tournament performance.

• Also coming out as champions were the 08 Boys, who needed penalties to hoist the trophy against Baltimore Crew after a scoreless draw. Caleb Campo made a critical penalty save, and the Hounds converted five of six kicks. The team earlier cruised to the final with a comfortable 3-0 win over FC Revolution, scoring early then controlling the ball.

• The 06 Boys finished second in their group after closing the weekend with a 6-1 win over Old Line SC (Md.). Most of the goals were well-constructed team strikes, as Pablo Linzoain finished a pair, and John Krug, Logan Pappert, Danny Steven and Zach Nash all recorded goals.

• The 07 Boys knocked off Southern Chester County, 2-0, to advance to the championship game. The final was a tough one, though, as host club Penn FC produced a big performance to beat the Hounds, 4-0.

• FC Europa topped the 10 Boys in a high-scoring semifinal, 6-3. Ryan Perez did have a pair of goals in the defeat, and Alex Mestre played a fantastic match.

• The 09 RDA II Boys prevailed with a 2-1 semifinal win over DASC Thunder. The team jumped out with an early goal by Devin Sartori, but a little complacency set in, and the Thunder equalized before halftime. The team came out with more fire in the second half, and Grayson Brunotto scored a well-deserved winner. In the final, the side had plenty to be proud of in a great effort, but they came up just short against Harford (Md.), 4-3. Sartori, Liam McKim and Taven Antosh notched the Hounds' goals.

• The 08 RDA II Boys were stopped short of the final in a neighborhood rivalry match, falling 1-0 to FC Pittsburgh in the semifinal.

• Also toppled in the semifinals were the 07 RDA II Boys, who fell 2-0 to Celtic SC.

• The 12 East Boys closed the weekend with a great all-around team effort for a 5-1 win over Keystone FC. Liam Pletcher scored twice, while Ridge Brunton, Nick Bosnic and Caleb Lovas also found the net for the Hounds.

Saturday, Oct. 10

At the WAGS Tournament in Richmond, Va.

• Playing with the contributions of a number of 05 and 06 players, the 04 Girls turned out a great 4-1, come-from-behind win over Skyline Elite, Virginia's top-ranked team in the age group. Trailing 1-0 at the break, the Hounds pulled even with a Fiona Mahan penalty kick won by Lola Abraham. Audrey Bianco, Ava Brucker and Kimberly Cora kept the goal rush going, while the Hounds got superb contributions from everyone, including center back Bella Vozar and forward Ava Boyd.

• A slow start saw the 08 Girls concede in the just the third minute of the game against Charlotte Independence. The second half was better and played mostly in the opponent's half, and the Hounds were able to pull out a 1-1 draw after an excellent solo goal by Averie Bierker, who cut in from the left side and chipped the ball over the onrushing goalkeeper from a tight angle.  The Hounds left it until late in their second match, but Camdynn Gonzalez poked home an Emma Kline cross from close range for a 1-0 win over Beadling. The match was evenly played throughout, but the Hounds missed some promising first-half chances, as Bierker struck the bar and Gonzalez put a good chance high.

• Battling through rain, the 07 Girls got a free kick goal and a penalty converted by Simone Sharpless for a 2-1 win over West-Mont United. Lilly Dejesus and Maddie Barr both were strong in the back for the opening win. Later in the day, the team picked up its second win, 5-1, over Charlotte Independence. Sierra Dupre scored the double, and Mia Deramo, Emma Schupansky and Robyn Reilly also added goals.  

At the Coppa Classico in Hershey, Pa.

• First to kick off were the 09 RDA II Boys, and they were up for the early start with a 6-3 win over PA Classics. The team was excellent in possession in the first half, being patient and finding runners to open up a three-goal lead.  PA Classics pushed back to start the second, but the Hounds recovered after a spell being caught playing kickball. Devin Sartori and Aniketh Gosh scored twice each, and Liam Greg and Liam McKim added the other goals. The second match was a step back in play by the side, but the Hounds showed heart in a scrappy 3-3 draw with Harford FC (Md.).

• The 08 RDA II Boys found themselves locked in a battle of wills with local club CASA, and the net result was a 1-1 draw. The opponents were strong in the middle with a center back standing over 6-feet tall, but the Hounds used their advantage on the wings. The Hounds took the lead with a McAlister Steele goal, but the team conceded a late free kick that cost it the victory. The team's second match saw them concede early despite carrying play, but soon the goals would come in a 5-1 win over Northern Elite (Md.). Mark Martella scored twice; Joseph Preston and Colton Yonker also scored; and Canaan Kerestesi and Jace Gratchic were outstanding in the win.

• On a narrow, bumpy field, the 07 RDA II Boys had to adapt and look for more through balls, which they did with some success in a 4-2 win over Northeast Cantalao. AJ Marcotte, Sutton Hoehl, Nathan Kline and Noah Akamonlar scored for the Hounds. The team's second match of the day pitted them against a CASA side with a standout player standing above the rest. Credit Graham Kunz for a good game working to contain him, but the opposing side came out on top, 4-1.

• Adam Figura posted the clean sheet in net for the 09 Boys, who knocked off host side Penn FC, 4-0. Warren Agostoni scored twice, Cam Sullenger and Christian Ovalle also had goals, and Dylan Shallenberger had a pair of assists in the win. The second match was less of a test, as Agostoni bagged four and Grayson Stuart added three as part of an 11-0 win over Keystone SC.

• Chalk up two good performances on the day for the 08 Boys, the first resulting in a comeback 2-2 draw against Penn FC. The Hounds controlled possession but were beaten twice on mistakes playing out of the back. Goals by Calder Mahan and a late one by Tristan Josephic earned the point. The team's second game, a 3-0 win over Northeast Cantalao had goals by Harper Boles, Josephic and Owen Shearer, while Mahan, Brody Kennedy and Zach White all had standout a game.

• The 07 Boys were resounding winners in their first match, topping Fusion FC by a 7-1 count. The scoring was spread out with two goals by Roman Agostoni and one each for Finn Kichi, Brayden Davin, Ethan Voight-Cherna, Victor Slack and JJ Vozar. The side squandered more chances in their second match but still came away with a 3-1 win over FC Europa behind goals from Wyatt Catchen, Kichi and Agostoni.

• The 06 Boys won convincingly in their opening match, 5-0 over Hanover. The second match was a tighter affair facing Northern Baltimore, and mistakes at the back hurt the Hounds in a 3-2 defeat.

• The 10 Boys got a draw and a win on their day, first splitting a 2-2 match with Keystone FC. Ryan Perez scored both goals, and both goals for the opponents came by way of penalty kick. The second outing saw Perez score two more as part of a 5-0 win over Northeast Cantolao.  Johnathon Menke also had two goals and two assists in the win.

• Liam Pletcher and Ridge Brunton scores as the 12 East Boys got a taste of tournament action, but the Hounds were topped 4-2 by Hanover SC. Gunner Respit scored in the team's second outing, but they were topped by PA Classics.

Sunday, Oct. 4

In ECNL matches at Highmark Stadium:

• The 07 Boys completed a weekend sweep of their Buckeye State visitors with a 5-2 win over Ohio Premier. JJ Vozar and John Krug scored twice each, and Pablo Linzoan had the other goal in a game where the Hounds could have added two or three more. The defense did not concede in the run of play, as the visitors' two goals came via penalty kick and corner kick.

• The scoreline wasn't flattering to the 08 Boys, who fell 4-0 to Ohio Premier, but the Hounds' coaches still had plenty of good things to say about the performance. The RDA side played well, but the visitors were an exceptionally good opponent and the Hounds were "slightly naive in a few big moments," according to the staff. 

• The 07 Girls bounced back from Saturday's defeat, especially defensively, to take a 2-0 win over Ohio Premier. Molly Kubistek posted the clean sheet in net, and Fiona Mahan was outstanding from start to finish for the Hounds. Sierra Dupre and Emma Schupansky handled the scoring in the win.

• The 08 Girls took some steps forward, but they were beaten by some through balls behind the defense and fell 4-0 to Ohio Premier. Ava Hutter and Cianna Brokenbeck both were very composed in possession for the Hounds, and Emma Kline was active in the center of the midfield.

In ECNL Regional League matches at Highmark Stadium:

• After a scoreless first half, the 07 Regional League Girls got goals from Kate Hillegas and CC Wessel for a 2-0 win over Ohio Premier. Maddie Marcotte assisted both Hounds goals.

• The 08 Regional League Girls played an even first half against Ohio Premier, but communication broke down along the back line in the second half and the team struggled to connect playing out of danger in a defeat.

In Great Lakes Alliance matches near Cleveland:

• The 10 East Girls played perhaps their best match, but a few mental breakdowns cost them in a 5-3 defeat against hosts FC Evolution. The second match of the day was a tougher one, as the side fell on the road to a very good Cuyahoga Valley SA side.

Saturday, Oct. 3

In ECNL matches at Highmark Stadium:

• The 08 Boys got the day started with a rout, topping Ohio's Pacesetter SC by a 7-0 count. The defense was excellent throughout, and Calder Mahan shone with three goals and also some excellent passing up front. Zach White scored twice, and Brody Kennedy and Owen Shearer also notched goals.

• The second half was the better one for the 07 Boys, who pulled away for a 4-1 win over Pacesetter SC. The visitors leveled the score on a set piece after John Krug put the Hounds ahead in a sloppily played first half. The Hounds pulled ahead for good five minutes after the break through Pablo Linzoan. Having the better of possession then led to Brayden Davin not giving up on a play and scoring from a long cross, and then Linzoan set up JJ Vozar for the last goal with a big pass over the top.

In ECNL matches in Medina, Ohio:

• The 08 Girls competed well and created chances that could have made it a different match against Cleveland Internationals. The hosts were clinical in front of the Hounds' goal, however, sending the RDA side to a 5-1 defeat. Morgan Ferris tallied the Hounds' goal.

• Defensive errors were costly for the 07 Girls, who finished enough chances to get a result but fell, 5-3, to Cleveland Internationals. Emma Schupansky and Sierra Dupre each scored goals that pulled the scores level before the home team pulled ahead 4-2. Schupansky scored again, but the Hounds conceded a fifth as they pushed forward looking to tie the game late.

In ECNL Regional League matches at Highmark Stadium:

• From a first-half corner kick, Lilly Hillegas put a rebound into the roof of the net for the 07 Regional League Girls, and the Hounds were able to hold on for a 1-1 draw against Pacesetter SC in a well-played match by both sides.

• The 08 Regional League Girls played well in the back and decently in the midfield, but despite having a majority of possession, they didn't have their striking boots on and eventually fell 2-0 to Pacesetter SC.

In Great Lakes Alliance play in North Ridgeville, Ohio:

• Noah Jurcevich and Jackson Backer scored for the 09 East Boys, who had a great second half with opportunities to grab a winner in a 2-2 draw against Cleveland Force.

Sunday, Sept. 27

In Great Lakes Alliance matches in Erie, Pa.:

• After being level at halftime, the 09 Boys kept a second-half clean sheet and controlled the action for a 4-2 win over Rochester  Rush (N.Y.). Warren Agostoni had three goals and an assist, Grayson Stuart had a goal and an assist, and Dylan Shallenberger added a helper in the win.

• The 07 RDA II Boys were caught flat-footed and conceded in the first 30 seconds, but the team recovered with improved energy for a 1-1 draw with Barca Academy (Ohio). 

• Two teams with similar, possession-focused styles squared off, and it was the 08 RDA II Boys who came out on top with a 3-1 win over Barca Academy. Milo Kent, Canaan Kerestesi and Colton Yonker recorded the Hounds goals in the win.

• The 10 Boys had a pair of near misses against Ohio clubs, falling 3-1 to Team Challenger and 2-1 to Pacesetter SC. Bobby Bosvic scored from a Manny Yu assist in the opener, as the Hounds left a handful of chances on the table. Parker Osterman put the team ahead in the second match, but a pair of miscues allowed Pacesetter to come back and win.

• Mac Meager scored a nice goal for the 11 Boys, but tired legs and playing without three starters took its toll as the team was trumped by Buffalo Elite (N.Y.).

• Sarah Tinkey posted a clean sheet in goal for the 09 East Girls in a scoreless draw with Columbus United (Ohio). Mikaela Bunovich, Ava Ruvalcaba and Rylee Leasher also had strong performances in the defensive struggle.

• The 07 East Boys never seemed to have their legs under them, according to the coaches, and inconsistency led to a 2-0 loss against Worthington United (Ohio).

In Pre-ECNL matches in Ohio:

• The 11 Girls were matched against a physically bigger Ohio Premier side, but despite a slow start, the side acquitted themselves well in a 4-2 loss.

• The 10 Girls were praised by the staff for playing perhaps their best game since coming together as a group, and they should be proud despite taking a hard-luck 1-0 loss to Ohio Premier. The Hounds just couldn't find the net and had a pair of shouts for a penalty kick to be awarded go unanswered.

The 09 Girls couldn't get into a rhythm and lost to Ohio Premier.

Saturday, Sept. 26

In Great Lakes Alliance matches in Erie, Pa.:

• The 07 RDA II Boys got things off to a good start with a 2-0 win over Pacesetter SC (Ohio). Nathan Kline scored, and the Hounds also benefitted from an own goal in a game where the team created more chances but couldn't finish consistently.

• Credit the 09 East Boys for showing a ton of heart in the second half, as they tried to rally from down by three goals. The Hounds cut the lead to one on two occasions, but they were unable to complete the comeback in a 4-3 loss to Perrysburg SC (Ohio). The momentum of that second half carried forward into the team's second match of the day, a 5-1 win over Western New York Flash.

• The 09 Boys were lacking in organization defensively during their first match, conceding an own goal and a penalty kick as part of a 6-1 loss to Club Ohio. Dylan Shallenberger scored the lone goal from a corner kick. The second match was an improvement in both play and result, as the team won 3-2 over Columbus United (Ohio). Warren Agostoni scored twice, and Grayson Stuart also scored to give the Hounds the edge, but another penalty kick and an error at the back made things close at the end.

• The 09 RDA II Boys were another side that had a mixed bag of results, as they were stopped 9-2 by Club Ohio but bounced back with a 4-2 win over Cleveland Force. The team made good progress on the day and showed plenty of fight even when trailing by a large margin in the opening game, but the group still has work to do keeping possession in the final third.

In ECNL Regional League matches at Montour Junction:

• Both the 07 and 08 Regional League Girls ran into lopsided defeats at the hands of very skilled Cleveland Force sides, but they will each have a chance to rebound Sunday when they host Cleveland Internationals.