Trinidad and Tobago 9 v Puerto Rico 9 M
Trinidad and Tobago faced off against Puerto Rico to start off day 4 of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Both teams battled it out over four quarters with the game ending in a 9-9 tie. Fernando Zayas led Puerto Rico’s offense with five goals and Kieron Emmanuel led Trinidad and Tobago also with five goals. Jorge Torres was in goal for Puerto Rico with four saves and Sebastain Venreeken was in goal fro Trinidad and Tobago with 14 saves.
Zayas started off the game strong for Puerto Rico with two goals early on. Trinidad and Tobago’s Loon Daniel answered with a goal of his own but Elerick Curet capitalized on a 6x5 advantage for Puerto Rico making the score 3-1 after one quarter.
In the second quarter, Puerto Rico’s Rey Castillo scored first which was followed by a three goal run from Trinidad and Tobago to tie the game at four with goals by Justin Bodden and Emmanuel (2). Zayas put Puerto Rico back on top with a goal in the final minute of the half to make it 5-4 Puerto Rico.
Emmanuel tied the game at five followed by a goal from teammate Daniel to give Trinidad and Tobago the 6-5 lead. Zayas answered to knot it up at six soon after. Trinidad and Tobago pulled ahead once again with another goal by Emmanuel but Zayas tied the game to make it 7-7 after three quarters.
In the fourth quarter, Abiel Quinones scored his first goal of the game to bring Puerto Rico ahead 8-7 but Jonathon Gillette tied the game back up for Trinidad and Tobago. Castillo gave Puerto Rico the lead once more which was soon followed by another goal by Emmanuel to make the final score 9-9.
Trinidad and Tobago 9 (1,3,3,2) Loon Daniel (2), Justin Bodden (1), Kieron Emmanuel (5), Jonathon Gillette (1)
Puerto Rico 9 (3,2,2,2) Fernando Zayas (5), Elerick Curet (1), Rey Castillo (2), Abiel Quinones (1)
Mexico 8 v Puerto Rico 14 W
Mexico and Puerto Rico’s teams kicked off day four of the women’s session at the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. After a close first quarter, Puerto Rico pulled ahead to take the lead and won with a final score of 14-8. Allison Fernandez led Puerto Rico’s offense with six goals while Maria Ortega led Mexico’s offense with thee goals. Nichole Colon was in goal for Puerto Rico and made eight saves while Mexico’s Mariana Rodriquez and Paola Serrano split time in the net. Rodriquez made two saves while Serano made five saves.
In the first quarter, Puerto Rico’s Allison Fernandez scored to give the team the early lead but goals by Mexico’s Paulina Espadas and Maria Ortega made the score 2-1 Mexico. Cristina Lugo tied the game up at two for Puerto Rico with a goal in the final 30 seconds of the first quarter.
Puerto Rico took the lead in the second quarter with goals early on by Fernandez and Maria Quiles to make it 4-2. Rocio Riveria answered to bring Mexico within one goal but Puerto Rico’s Paola Fuster into make the score 5-3. Mexico’s Ortega scored which was then followed by back-to-back goals by Puerto Rico’s Nathalia Melendez, and Marianna Laboy to increase their lead to 7-4 Puerto Rico going into the half.
Puerto Rico expanded their lead in the third quarter with five goals by Guarnia Garcia (2), Fernandez (2) and Melendez (1). Mexico’s Ortega scored the lone goal for the team to make the score 12-5 with one quarter remaining in the game.
In the fourth quarter, Fernandez scored both of Puerto Rico’s goals and Paola Bustos, Paola Dominguez, and Daniela Maya all scored a goal for Mexico for a final score of 14-8.
Mexico 8 (2,2,1,3) Paulina Espadas (1), Maria Ortega (3), Rocio Rivera (1), Paola Bustos (1), Paola Dominguez (1)
Puerto Rico 14 (2,5,5,2) Allison Fernandez (6), Cristina Lugo (1), Maria Quiles (1), Paola Fuster (1), Natahlia Melendez (2), Marina Laboy (1), Guaruna Garcia (2), Daniela Maya (1)
USA 19 v Brazil 4 W
The United State’s women’s team took on Brazil on Day Four of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. USA’s offense dominated the whole game, which allowed them to gain the lead early on and to win 19-4. Brianna Daboub and Jordan Raney both scored four goals to lead the team to victory. Carlee Kapana and Emalia Eichelberger shared time in the goal for the United States while Victoria Chamoro was in the goal for Brazil. Kapana made five saves, Eichelberger made four saves, and Chamorro made five saves.
The United States’ Mary Brooks scored the first goal of the game that was followed later on by a goal by Brazil’s Izabella Chiappini. The USA answered with a three goal run with goals by Jordan Raney and Briana Daboub (2) to give the United States a 4-1 lead after one quarter.
Diana Abla scored early in the second quarter to give Brazil their second goal of the game but the United States continued to build their lead with goals by Katherine Klass, Aria Fischer, Alexis Liebowitz, Raney, and Amber McCutchen. Klass and Daboub were also able to capitalize on five-meter penalty shots to expand their lead to 11-2 at the end of the half.
The USA’s offense continued to dominate in the third quarter with goals by Devin Grab, Raney, Daboub and Sydney Blubaugh while Brazil’s Mariana Durate scored the teams only goal in the quarter to make the score 15-3 with one quarter remaining.
Sofia Rivas scored for Brazil in the fourth quarter but the USA added four more goals by Brooks, Haley Wan, Devin Grab, and Raney for a final score of 19-4 USA.
United States 19 (4,7,4,4) Mary Brooks (2), Jordan Raney (4), Brianna Daboub (4), Katherine Klass (2), Aria Fischer (1), Alexis Liebowitz (1), Amber McCutcheon (1), Devin Grab (2), Haley Wan (1)
Brazil 4 (1,1,1,1) Izabella Chiapinni (1), Diana Abla (1), Mariana Durate (1), Sofia Rivas (1)
Argentina 11 v Puerto Rico 10 M
Argentina and Puerto Rico battled it out on Day four of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. The game remained close the whole time but Argentina had a three goal run in the final three minutes of the game to win 11-10. Esteban Corsi and Carlos Canmasio both scored four goals in the Argentina victory while Rey Castillo led Puerto Rico’s offense with five goals. Lucas Cabrozzi made three saves for Argentina and Jorge Toress made 12 saves for Puerto Rico.
Fernando Zayas scored the first goal of the game but that was quickly followed by goals from Argentina’s Esteban Corsi and Carlos Canmasio to make the score 2-1 Argentina. Brazil’s Elerick Curet tied the game at two with less than a minute remaining in the first quarter.
Puerto Rico’s Gilberto Millan scored but it was answered shortly after by a goal from Argentina’s Gonzalo Caso to knot up the score at three. Rey Castillo’s back-to-back goals for Puerto Rico put them ahead 5-3 but Argentina’s Canasio put the team within one goal with 10 seconds left in the second half to make it 5-4 Puerto Rico.
Early in the third quarter, Carlos Canmasio scored his third goal of the game for Argentina to tie the score at five. Puerto Rico responded with goals by Castillo and a five-meter penalty shot by Abiel Quinones to gain a two-goal lead. Argentina’s Corsi scored with under two minutes remaining in the quarter to shorten Puerto Rico’s lead to 7-6.
In the fourth quarter, Argentina’s Tomas Manocchio tied the game at seven in the first minute. Puerto Rico answered with two goals by Castillo and Curet to make it 9-7. Canmasio brought Argentina within one but Castillo scored another goal to pull Puerto Rico ahead to 10-8. Argentina then responded with three goals by Corsi (2), and Manocchio to win the game. Corsi’s last goal came in the final second for an Argentina win of 11-10.
Argentina 11(2,2,2,5) Esteban Corsi (4), Carlos Canmasio (4), Gonzalo Caso (1), Tomas Manocchio (2)
Puerto Rico (10 2,3,2,3) Fernando Zayas (1), Elerick Curet (2), Gilberto Millan (1), Rey Castillo (5), Abiel Quinones (1)
Mexico 5 v Brazil 11 M
Brazil and Mexico meet up on Day four of the Junior Pan American Championships. Brazil gained he lead in the second quarter and built on it throughout the rest of the game. Pedro Real and Rafael Real lead Brazil’s offense with three goals each while Mexico’s offense was lead by Sinai Gonzalez with four goals. Mexico’s Alfredo De La Mora made eight saves while Brazil’s Bernardo Oliveira made 10 saves.
In the first quarter, Mexico came out strong with the first two goals of the game by Sinai Gonzalez and Jorge Cervantes but Brazil’s Pedro Real answered with consecutive goals to tie the score at two to end the quarter.
Rafael Real scored early in the second quarter to put Brazil ahead 3-2. Mexico’s Gonzalez knotted the game back up at thee but Brazil answered to pull ahead with goals by Pedro Stellat and Rafael Real. Gonzalez scored his second goal of the quarter to raise the score to 5-4 Brazil.
In the third quarter, Gonzalez tied the score at five but Brazil’s Henrique Vosconuelos capitalized on the five-meter penalty to gain the lead back to 6-5 Brazil with one quarter remaining.
Brazil expanded their lead in the fourth quarter with goals by Rafael Real, Vosconuelos, Pedro Real, Guicherme Gomes, and Lucas Pinta to make the final score 11-5 Brazil.
Brazil 11 (2,3,1,5) Pedro Real (3), Rafael Real (3), Pedro Stellat (1), Henrique Vosconuelos (2), Guicherme Gomes (1), Lucas Pinta (1)
Mexico 5 (2,2,1,0) Sinai Gonzalez (4), Jorge Cervantes (1)
Trinidad and Tobago 10 v Peru 9 M
Trinidad and Tobago took on Peru on the fourth day of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. The two teams battled it out with Trinidad and Tobago prevailing for a final score of 10-9. Kieron Emmanuel scored five goals to help led Trinidad and Tobago’s offense while the leading scorer for Peru was Diego Villar with five goals. Sebastian Vanreeken made seven saves in the net for Trinidad and Tobago while Peru’s Jefferson Penedo made six saves.
Trinidad and Tobago came out strong in the first quarter with three goals by Justin Bodden and Jonathon Gillette (2). Peru then answered with three goals of their own to tie the score at three after one quarter. Peru’s goals came from Diego Villar (2), and Augusto Otero.
In the second quarter, Peru’s Diego Villar scored three goals in a row followed by a goal from Santiago Nunez to put Peru ahead 7-3. Trinidad and Tobago’s Emmanuel scored two back-to-back goals to bring the team within two goals. The score was 7-5 Peru at the end of the first half.
Emmanuel scored early in the quarter to make the score 7-6 Peru but Otero answered for Peru. Both Emmanuel and Ostero scored once more before the quarter ended to push the score to 9-7 Peru.
In the fourth quarter, Trinidad and Tobago scored all three goals. Emmanuel scored first to bring the team within one goal followed by a goal from Loon Daniel to tie the score at nine. Adrian Hinds scored the game winner for a final score of 10-9 Trinidad and Tobago.
Trinidad and Tobago 10 (3,2,2,3) Justin Bodden (1), Jonathon Gillette (2), Kieron Emmanuel (5), Loon Daniel (1), Adrian Hinds (1)
Peru 9 (3,4,2,0) Diego Villar (5), Augusto Otero (3), Santiago Nunez (1)
USA 13 v Canada 5 M
The United States faced off against Canada on Day Four of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. The United States played a strong offensive game with goals from eight different players to win the game 13-5. Alex Wolf and Conrad Gordon split time in the net for the United States while Yorek Hurrelmann and Simon Wu split time in net for Canada. Wolf made six saves and Gordon made four saves while Hurrelmann made eight saves.
In the first quarter, the USA took the lead early with goals by Bryce Hoerman and David Kessler while Canada remained scoreless making the score 2-0 USA.Canada responded in the second quarter with three goals in a row by Sean Spooner and Euan Scoffield (2) to take the lead 3-2 Canada. Timothy Simenc then capitalized on a five-meter penalty shot to tie the game at three. In the final 15 seconds of the half, Warren Snyder regained the lead for the USA making the score 4-3 USA going into half time.
The United States expanded their lead in the third quarter with six goals by Thomas Dunstan (2), Kent Inoue, Hoerman, Simenc, and Kessler while not allowing Canada to score bringing the score to 10-3 USA.
In the fourth quarter, Inoue and Matthew Maier both scored to build the USA’s lead to 12-3. Canada’s Matthew Halajian scored soon after which was then answered by the USA’s Bennett William. Canada’s Dusan Boskovic scored the last goal of the game on a five-meter penalty shot for a final score of 13-5.
United States 13 (2,2,6,3) Bryce Hoerman (2), David Kessler (2), Warren Snyder (1), Timothy Simenc (2), Thomas Dunstan (2), Kent Inoue (2), Matthew Maier (1), Bennett Williams (1)
Canada 5 (0,3,0,2) Sean Spooner (1), Euan Scoffield (2), Matthew Halajian (1), Dusan Boskovic (1)