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USA 7 V Brazil 7 M

 The United States and Brazil battled it out in the opening game of Day Five of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. USA scored first but after that Brazil gained the lead. The USA fought throughout the game to tie it at seven in the final seconds. Marco Stanchi and Thomas Dunstan both scored two goals to lead the USA’s offense while Brazil’s offense came from a joint effort. Alex Wolf made 10 saves in the goal for the United States and Bernardo Oliveira also made 10 saves for Brazil.

Stanchi scored the first goal of the game to put the USA on top but Brazil’s Guicherme Gomes took advantage of a five-meter penalty shot to tie the score at one. Pedro Real then gained the lead for Brazil to pull them ahead 2-1 Brazil after one quarter

In the second quarter, Brazil expanded their lead with two 6x5 goals by Pedro Stellat, and another goal by Pedro Real. Dunstan scored for the USA to make the score 5-2 Brazil at halftime.

The United States went on a three goal run with goals by Dunstan, Stanchi, and Bennett Williams to ties the game at five but Brazil’s Gomes answered to regain the lead of 6-5 Brazil with one quarter remaining in the game.

Warren Snyder tied the game at six in the first minute of the fourth quarter but Rafael Real answered with a goal of his own to pull ahead for Brazil 7-6. In the final 10 seconds of the game, Bryce Hoerman scored for a final score of 7-7.

United States 7 (1,1,3,2) Marco Stanchi (2), Thomas Dunstan (2), Bennett Williams (1), Warren Snyder (1), Bryce Hoerman (1)

Brazil 7 (2,3,1,1) Guicherme Gomes (2), Pedro Real (2), Pedro Stellat (2), Rafael Real (1)

Canada 19 v Puerto Rico 5 W

Canada and Puerto Rico played each other on Day 5 of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Canada took the lead early and built on it the entire game for a final score of 19-5 Canada. Canada offense was a joint effort with three goals apiece by Kyra Christmas, Axelle Crevier, and Emma Wright while Guarina Garcia scored two goals of Puerto Rico. Kelsey Jensen and Claire Bredin split time in net for Canada and Nichole Colon was in the net for Puerto Rico. Jensen made two saves, Bredin made three saves, and Colon made five saves.

Canada gained the lead early in the first quarter and held it from then on with six goals in the quarter by Christmas, Crevier, Hayley McKelvey (2), Amy Yule, and Wright. Puerto Rico’s Guarina Garcia scored their lone goal in the quarter to make the score 6-1.

In the second quarter, Canada expanded their lead with four more goals by Crevier, Danika Kotylak, Sarah Myers, and Wright. Puerto Rico’s Garcia scored her second goal of the game and Nathalia Melendez also scored making the score 10-3 going into the half.

Christmas started off the third quarter with back-to-back goals for Canada while Francisraquel Del Valle answered for Puerto Rico. Wright scored once again for Canada to make the score 13-4 Canada.  In the final 10 seconds, Puerto Rico’s Cristina Lugo and Canada’s Crevier both scored for a score of 14-5 Canada at the end of the third quarter.

In the fourth quarter, Canada continued to build on their lead with goals by Kelly Matthews (2), Kindred Paul (2), and Amy Yule. Puerto Rico did not score for a final score of 19-5.

Canada 19 (6,4,4,5) Kyra Christmas (3), Axelle Crevier (3), Hayley McKelvey (2), Amy Yule (2), Emma Wright (3), Danika Kotylak (1), Sarah Myers (1), Kelly Matthews (2), Kindred Paul (2)

Puerto Rico 5 (1,2,2,0) Guarina Garcia (2), Nathalia Melendez (1), Cristina Lugo (1), Francisraquel Del Valle (1)

USA 25 v Mexico 2 W

The United States faced off against Mexico on Day Five of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. The USA’s strong offensive play led them to a 25-2 win over Mexico. Devin Grab’s seven goals lead the USA’s offense while Emalia Eichelberger made nine saves in the victory. Paola Serrano was in the goal for Mexico and made three saves.

Mexico’s Rocio Rivera scored the first goal of the game that was followed by a four goal run from the United States. Katherine Klass and Devin Grab both scored two goals each to pull the USA ahead 4-1 at the end of the first quarter.

In the second quarter, the USA built their lead to 11-2 USA. The United States scored seven goals in the quarter by Haley Wan, Aria Fischer, Grab, Jordan Raney (2), Amber McCutcheon (1), and Klass while Paulina Espasdas scored Mexico’s only goal.

The United State’s played a strong offensive third quarter with 10 goals. Fischer and Grab both scored three goals, while Wan, Raney, Sydney Blubaugh, and Alexis Liebowitz each scored a goal to make the score 21-2 USA with one quarter of play remaining.

In the final quarter, the USA scored four more goals for a final score of 25-2. The goals came from Mary Brooks, Grab, Liebowitz, and McCutcheon.

United States 25 (4,7,10,4) Katherine Klass (3), Devin Grab (7), Haley Wan (2), Aria Fischer (4), Jordan Raney (3), Amber McCutcheon (2), Alexis Liebowitz (2), Sydney Blubaugh (1), Mary Brooks (1)

Mexico 2 (1,1,0,0) Rocio Rivera (1), Paulina Espados (1)

Mexico 10 v Puerto Rico 6 M

Mexico and Puerto Rico faced off on the fifth day of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Mexico took the lead in the first quarter and help it the entire game. Sinai Gonzalez and Diego Mercado who both scored three goals led Mexico’s offense. Aldredo De La Mora made 11 saves for Mexico while Jorge Torress made nine saves for Puerto Rico.

In the first quarter, Mexico’s Gonzalez scored the first goal that was quickly answered by a goal from Puerto Rico’s Abiel Quinones to ties the game at one. Mexico responded with a three goal run with goals by Jorge Cervantes, Edson Asenio, and Mercado. In the final minute of the quarter, Puerto Rico’s Gilberto Millan score but Mercado scored once again to make the score 5-2 Mexico.

Mexico’s Cervantes scored his second goal of the game to build their lead to 6-2 Mexico but Puerto Rico’s Millan answered with a goal of his own to make the score 6-3 Mexico at half time.

In the third quarter, Puerto Rico’s Fernando Zayaz scored two goals while Mexico’s Gonzalez and Arturo Rico scored a goal each to add to Mexico’s lead 8-5. Mexico’s Mercado and Gonzalez both scored once more in the fourth quarter whil ePuerto Rico’s Quinones scored once more for a final score of 10-6 Mexico. 

Mexico 10 (5,1,2,2) Sinai Gonzalez (3), Jorge Cervantes (2), Edson Asenio (1), Diego Mercado (3), Arturo Rico (1)

Puerto Rico 6 (2,1,2,1) Abiel Quinones (2), Gilberto Millan (2), Fernando Zayas (2)

Canada 26 v Peru 5 M

Canada faced off against Peru on the fifth day of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Canada offense dominated the game and was lead by Sean Spooner’s six goals.  Canada ended up on top with a final score of 26-5. Yorek Hurrelmann and Simon Wu shared time in the net while Jefferson Penedo was in goal for Peru. Hurrelmann made three saves, Wu made six, and Penedo made five saves.

Canada scored first in the game and built their lead with nine goals in the first quarter by Euan Scoffield (3), Harrison Watt (1), Matthew Halajian (2), Sean Spooner (2), and Devin O’Donnell. Peru scored two goals in the quarter by Diego Villar, and Eduardo Grandez making the score 9-2 Canada with three quarters remaining.

Canada’s increased their lead with six goals by Watt, O’Donnell, Sever Topan (2), Spooner, and Giordano Marconato while Peru ‘s Gabriel Noriega scored a goal as well. After  two quarters, the score was 15-3 Canada.

In the third quarter, Spooner scored three goals while Halajian and Scoffield both scored one. Santiago Nunez scored one goal for Peru to make the score 18-4 with one quarter remaining.

 Canada scored six goals in the final quarter and Peru scored one to make the final score 26-5 Canada. Canada’s goals came from Watt, Halajian, Chris Callaro (2), Topan, and Marconato while Piero Padro scored Peru’s goal. 

Canada 26 (9,6,5,6) Euan Scoffield (4), Harrison Watt (3), Mathew Halajian (4), Sean Spooner (6), Devin O’Donnell (2), Sever Topan (3), Giordano Marconato (2), Chris Callaro (2)

Peru 5 (2,1,1,1) Diego Villar (1), Eduardo Grandez (1), Gabriel Noriega (1), Santiago Nunez (1), Piero Padro (1)

Trinidad and Tobago 7 v Brazil 21 M

Trinidad and Tobago faced off aginist Brazil on the fifth day of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Brazil took the lead early and built on it throughout the game. Brazil’s offense was lead by Rafeal Real, Caio Reriero, and Lucas Pinto who all had three goals while Loon Daniel scored three goals to lead Trinidad and Tobago’s offense. Bernardo Oliveria and Leonardo Salva split time in net for Brazil and made three saves while Sebastian Vanreeken and Krystion Sharpe split time for Trinidad and Tobago to make five saves. 

Brazil’s Pedro Stellat took the lead early for Brazil to make 1-0 but Trinidad and Tobago’s L Daniel tied it up. Guicherme Gomes and Luis Silva both scored to gain the 3-1 lead for Brazil. Trinidad and Tobago’s Kieron Emmanuel scored to decrease Brazil’s lead to 3-2 at the end of the first quarter 

In the second quarter, Brazil expanded their lead to 9-2 with six goals by Pedro Real (2), Enrique Vosconuelos, Roberto Frietas, Pinto, and Rafael Real. Trinidad and Tobago was scoreless in the quarter.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Kyle Ferreira scored in the first minute of the third quarter that was followed by a goal from Brazil’s  Reriero. Emmanuel scored his second goal of the game to make the score 10-4 Brazil. Brazil then answered with five goals by Silva, Rafael Real, William Psanquevich, Reriero, and Pinto to add to Brazil’s 15-4 lead.

In the fourth quarter, Trinidad and Tobago and Brazil scored back and forth with three goals each. Daniel scored first to make it 15-5 Brazil followed by a goal from Brazil’s Pinto. Johann Callender then answered for Trinidad and Tobago then Rafael Real scored for Brazil. Daniel scored his third goal of the game for Trinidad and Tobago before Brazil went on a four goal run with goals by Reriero, Pinto, Freitas, and Psanquevich for a final score of 21-7.

Brazil 21 (3,6,6,3) Pedro Stellat (1), Guiicherme Gomes (1), Luis Silva (2), Pedro Real (2), Enrique Vosconuelos (1), Roberto Frietas (1), Lucas Pinto (3), Rafael Real (3), Caio Reriero (3), William Psanquevich (1)

Trinidad and Tobago 7 (2,0,2,3) Loon Daniel (3), Kieron Emmanuel (2), Kyle Ferreria (1), Johann Callender (1)

USA 18 v Argentina 6 M

The United States played their second game of the day 5 against Argentina at the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. The USA started off strong by scoring three goals in the first quarter and continued to build on their lead throughout the game to win 18-6. Nicholas Carnigla led the USA’s offense with five goals in the game. Conrad Gordon got the start in the net and made four saves in the victory while Argentina’s Ignacio Rolla made three saves.

The United States scored three goals in a row by Marco Stanchi, Timothy Simenc, and Carniglia to start the game while their defense held Argentina scoreless to give the USA a 3-0 lead after one quarter.

In the second quarter, the USA expanded their lead. Bryce Hoerman scored early on followed by a goal by Carniglia to make it 5-0 USA. Carlos Canmasio put Argentina on board soon after. Carniglia answered with two more goals in the quarter putting the USA ahead 7-1 going into halftime.

The USA added to their lead in the third quarter with six goals by Kent Inoue, Matthew Maier, David Kessler, Warren Snyder (2), and Simenc. Argentina did not score allowing the USA to expand their lead to 13-1 with one quarter remaining in the game.

In the final quarter, USA’s Bennett Williams scored early in the quarter that was followed by four Argentine goals by Carlos Canmasio, Gonzalo Caso, and Augusto Rey (2) to make the score 14-5 USA. The United States then answered with goals by Williams, Kessler, Carniglia, and Stanchi but Agustin Viluoria scored the last goal of the game for a final score of 18-6 USA.

United States 18 (3,4,6,5) Marco Stanchi (2), Timothy Simenc (2), Nicholas Carniglia (5), Bryce Hoerman (1), Kent Inoue (1), Matthew Maier (1), David Kessler (2), Warren Snyder (2), Bennett Williams (2)

Argentina 6 (0,1,0,5) Carlos Canmasio (2), Carlos Caso (1), Augusto Rey (2), Agustin Viluoria (1)

Brazil 18 v Puerto Rico 10 W

Brazil and Puerto Rico meet up for the final game of Day Five of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Izabella Chappini lead Brazils offense with five goals and Allison Fernandez led Puerto Rico’s offense with six goals. Victoria Chamorro made six saves for Brazil while Nichole Colon made three saves for Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rico’s Nathalia Melendez scored first giving her team a 1-0 lead but Izabella Chiappini answered for Brazil with three goals in a row and Diana Abla also added a goal for Brazil. Allison Fernandez capitalized on a five-meter penalty shot for Puerto Rico to cut Brazil’s lead to two but Sofia Rivas scored in the final minute of the quarter to add onto the Brazil’s 5-2 led.

In the second quarter, Brazil added to their lead with six goals by Mariana Duarte (2), Chiappini, Loren Borges, Abla, and Adhara Santoro. Puerto Rico’s Fernandez scored three goals in the quarter to make the score 11-5 going into the second half.

Brazil’s Rivas scored in the first minute of the quarter but Fernandez answered making the score 12-6 Brazil. Brazil responded with goals by Duarte and Santoro. Fernandez scored her second goal of the quarter to shorten Brazils lead to seven but Rivas scored once again for Brazil. Puerto Rico’s Guarina Garcia then scored for the team but Samanta Rezende scored for Brazil to add to their 16-8 lead.

In the final quarter, Puerto Rico’s Cristina Lugo and Francisraquel Dei Valle both scored but  Abla and Chiappini both answered to give Brazil the 18-10 win.

Puerto Rico 10 (2,3,3,2) Nathalia Melendez (1), Allison Fernandez (6), Guarina Garcia (1), Cristina Lugo (1), Francisraqul Dei Valle (1)

Brazil 18 (5,6,5,2) Izabella Chiappini (5), Diana Abla (3), Sofia Rivas (3), Mariana Duarte (3), Lorena Borges (1), Adhara Santoro (2), Samanta Rezende (1)