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Puerto Rico 7 vs. Mexico 6 W

Puerto Rico and Mexico faced off in the opening game of Day Six of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Puerto Rico went on to win the match 7-6 with the help of Allison Fernandez and her four goals of the match. Mexico’s offense was led by Paulina Espadas and Rocio Rivera with two goals of their own. In the goal for Puerto Rico was Nichole Colon with seven saves for the match. Mexico’s goalies split time in the net, Mariana Rodriguez had five saves while Paola Serrano had four. 

Starting off the match was Allison Fernandez of Puerto Rico with the first goal of the game. It was followed up by Paola Fuster with another goal for Puerto Rico giving them the early lead at 2-0. Fernandez was able to draw a five-meter penalty shot and scored her second goal of the match giving Puerto Rico a 3-0 lead. It was late in the first quarter when Paulina Espadas was able to find the back of the net and score Mexico's first goal to end the quarter at 3-1.

In the second quarter, Mexico brought the score to a tie at 3-3 with two goals back to back including a five-meter penalty shot coming from Rocio Rivera. Mexico then took the lead with a skip shot goal coming from their very own Sofia Plascencia, ending the half at 4-3.

Halfway through the third quarter Fernandez was able to connect with the back of the net once again to tie up the game at 4-4. Espadas was quick to answer with her second goal of the match to take the lead before the quarter subsided putting Mexico up one goal at 5-4, with one quarter remaining. 

Fourth quarter was underway and both teams were playing solid defense, but that did not stop Fernandez from scoring her fourth goal of the match to tie up the game once again at 5-5.  Cristina Lugo of Puerto Rico scored her first goal of the match to gain the lead at 6-5 with only a few minutes remaining in the game. Mexico was able to take advantage of a 6x5 offense and scored a goal coming from Maria Ortega to tie the game at 6-6. Only a few seconds were left on the clock when Guarina Garcia drew a penalty shot for Puerto Rico and scored the winning goal to make the final score 7-6. 

Puerto Rico 7 (3,0,1,3) Allison Fernandez (4), Paola Fuster (1), Cristina Lugo (1), Guarina Garcia (1). 

Mexico 6 (1,3,1,1) Paulina Espadas (2), Rocio Rivera (2), Sofia Plascencia (1), Maria Ortega (1).


Trinidad and Tobago 7 vs. Canada 22 M

Trinidad and Tobago faced Canada on day six at the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Canada went on to win the game 22-7 with the offensive effort from Sean Spooner who had five of the twenty-two goals. Trinidad and Tobago's offense was led by Jonathon Gillette with three goals. 

The action was quick to start at the beginning of the first quarter, as Canada scored four goals to take an early lead of 4-0 with the help of Sean Spooner, Euan Scoffield, and Gaelan Patterson. Spooner was able to score two of the four goals for Canada. Trinidad’s Justin Bodden managed to get past Canada’s goalie for their first goal of the game brining the score to 4-1. Before the end of the quarter Canada made one last attempt on goal and Matthew Halajian was successful making the end of the quarter score 5-1. 

In the second quarter, Canada expanded their lead with three more goals by Scoffield, Spooner, and Patterson. Bodden of Trinidad and Tobago scored his second goal of the game to bring the score to 8-2. There was only one minute left when Giordano Marconato and Chris Callaro scored their first goals of the game to extend Canada's lead, ending the half at 10-2. 

Canada played a strong offensive third quarter with seven goals.  Gaelan Patterson and Sever Topan both grabbing two goals a piece, as well as Callaro, Spooner, and Scoffield scoring a goal for themselves. Jonathon Gillette of Trinidad and Tobago scored two goals to add to their score making the end of the quarter score 17-4. 

Canada did not let up on the offensive pressure in the fourth quarter as they managed to put away another five goals with the help of Callaro, Topan, Scoffield, and Spooner. Callaro having two of the five goals. Trinidad did their best to bring the score closer and were successful with three goals of their own, two coming from Kieron Emmanuel and one from Gillette. Canada won the game 22-7. 

Trinidad and Tobago 7 (1,1,2,3) Justin Bodden (2), Jonathon Gillette (3), Kieron Emmanuel (2).

Canada 22 (5,5,7,5) Sean Spooner (5), Euan Scoffield (4), Gaelan Patterson (4), Matthew Halajian (1), Giordano Marconato (1), Chris Callaro (4), Sever Topan (3).


Brazil 15 vs. Puerto Rico 7 M 

Brazil and Puerto Rico faced off on the six day of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Brazil won the game 15-7 with an offense led by Pedro Real with three goals of his own. Puerto Rico’s offense was led by Fernando Zayas with four goals. Both Brazil and Puerto Rico’s goalies split time in the net. Jorge Torres had five saves and Jose Cruz had two for Puerto Rico. Bernardo Oliveira of Brazil had three saves and Leonardo Silva had two. 

Brazil’s Pedro Stellet and Pedro Real took the lead early for Brazil making it 2-0. Fernando Zayas of Puerto Rico was awarded the penalty and scored the first goal making it 2-1. Brazil then returned to the strong offensive game and scored three more goals with the help of Henrique Vosconsuelos, Caio Reriero, and Pedro Real with his second goal of the game, making it 5-1 at the end of the first quarter. 

In the start of the second quarter Brazil expanded their lead with two more goals, coming from William Psanquevich for his first, and Reriero for his second of the match. Zayas was able to score his second for Puerto Rico to bring the score closer at 7-2.  Rafeal Real of Brazil joined the rest of his teammates by scoring his first two goals of the match to extend the lead and end the half at 9-2. 

Puerto Rico’s Rey Castillo came out at the beginning of the third quarter and found the back of the net for his first goal of the game making the score 9-3. Towards the end of the third Brazil scored four more goals to increase their lead to 13-3 with the help of Guicherme Gomes with his first goal, Vosconsuelos, and Stellet both with their second, as well as Pedro Real with his third. 

The fourth quarter started off with a penalty being drawn by Puerto Rico and Angel Rosado successfully scoring his first goal. Zayas scored his third goal for Puerto Rico and brought the score to 13- 5 with only a few minutes remaining in the game. Another goal was later scored by Castillo to decrease Brazil’s lead to 13-6. Goal’s were then exchanged by Lucas Pinto of Brazil for his first goal, as well as Zayas with his fourth for Puerto Rico. Pinto then put one more goal in the back of the net to finalize the win with a 15-7 victory.

Brazil 15 (5,4,4,2) Pedro Real (3), Pedro Stellet (2), Henrique Vosconsuelos (2), Caio Reriero (2), William Psanquevich (1), Rafeal Real (2), Guicherme Gomes (1), Lucas Pinto (2). 

Puerto Rico 7 (1,1,1,4) Fernando Zayas (4), Rey Castillo (2), Angel Rosado (1).


Peru 5 vs. Argentina 7 M

Peru and Argentina battled it out on the sixth day of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships.  Argentina won the game 7-5 with the help of Augusto Rey and his five goals. Peru’s offense was led by Eduardo Grandez and his two goals. In goal for Argentina was Lucas Cabrozzi who had seven saves, meanwhile in goal for Peru was Jefferson Penedo with seven saves as well. 

There were plenty of shots in the first quarter but it was a scoreless one, because both teams were playing solid defense, as well as great saves being made from both goalies. Carlos Canmasio opened up the second quarter with a quick goal, making that the first goal of the game to give Argentina the lead at 1-0. Peru did not let the lead last long as Eduardo Grandez made contact with the back of the net to tie it up at 1-1. In the last few minutes a five-meter penalty shot was awarded to Argentina, and Augusto Rey was successful in taking the lead 2-1. Only a few seconds were left in the half and Canmasio took a back handed shot on goal and made it, increasing the lead to 3-1 to end the half. 

The third quarter Argentina increased their lead to 5-1 with two goals. The goals coming from Guido Poggi for his first and Rey for his second of the match. Peru then answered back with three goals with the help of Augusto Otero and Santiago Nunez for their first, and Grandez for his second making the score 5-4 before ending the third quarter. 

At the beginning of the fourth quarter Rey found the back of the net on two occasions to increase Argentinas lead 7-4. The end of the fourth there was a penalty awarded to Peru in which Diego Villar scored his first goal of the match and decreased Argentina’s lead 7-5. Argentina went on to win the game 7-5. 

Peru 5 (0,1,3,1) Eduardo Grandez (2), Augusto Otero (1), Santiago Nunez (1), Diego Villar (1). 

Argentina 7 (0,3,2,2) Carlos Canmasio (2), Augusto Rey (4), Guido Poggi (1),

Mexico 6 vs. USA 15 M

The United States and Mexico faced off on the sixth day of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. USA won the matchup 15-6 with the help of Bennett Williams and Thomas Dunstan who both had three goals. Mexico’s offense was led by Aturo Rico and Diego Mercado who also had two goals each. The goalies for USA and Mexico both split time in the net. The United States Alex Wolf and Conrad Gordon both had four saves. Mexico’s goalies split time as well, Bernardo Aceves had five saves while Alfredo De La Mora had three.

In the first quarter USA opened up the scoring for the night with a goal coming from Matthew Maier taking an early lead 1-0. Within minutes of the first goal, USA was awarded a penalty shot and it was successfully converted by Nicholas Carniglia increasing the United States lead 2-0. Mexico’s very own captain Sinai Gonzales scores the first goal for Mexico to decrease the United States lead 2-1. Before the quarter could subside USA managed to put two more goals on the board with the help of Warren Snyder and Thomas Dunstan leaving the quarter at 4-1.

The second quarter started by having Bryce Hoerman increasing the United States lead to 5-1 with his first goal of the night. Arturo Rico of Mexico then scored his first goal to help decrease the lead to 5-2. It was not long after when Dunstan and Maier both scored their second goals of the night to make the score 7-2. Bennett Williams helps increase the lead for USA with his first goal of the night, as well as Hoerman with his second goal of the night making it 9-2. Only a few seconds were left in the half when Rico scored his second goal of the match to make the score 9-3 at the end of the first half.

Mexico came out quick with a goal from Raul Vargas to try and help bring the score closer, USA having the lead 9-4. Williams then had two goals in a row to increase the lead 11-4 over Mexico. Within minutes David Kessler and Tomothy Simenc both hit their first goals of the night for the United States increasing the score to 13-4 at the end of the third quarter. 

The fourth quarter was opened up by Dunstan with his third goal of the night making the score 14-4 with plenty of time to go in the quarter. Mexico was able to find the back of the net twice with the help from Diego Mercado with his first two goals of the game bringing the score to 14-6. Carniglia then managed to get past the Mexico’s goalie for his second goal of the game making it 15-6 to end the game. 

Mexico 6 (1,2,1,2) Sinai Gonzalez (1), Arturo Rico (2), Raul Vargas (1), Diego Mercado (2).

USA 15 (4,5,4,2) Matthew Maier (2), Nicholas Carniglia (2), Warren Snyder (1), Thomas Dunstan (3), Bryce Hoerman (2), Bennett Williams (3), David Kessler (1), Tomothy Simenc (1).


Brazil 13 vs. Mexico 10 W

Brazil and Mexico met up for the final game of Day Six of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Brazil went on to win the game 13-10 with the help of Diana Alba and her five of the thirteen goals. Mexico’s offense was led by Rocio Rivera who had five goals. In goal for Brazil was Victoria Chamorro who had twelve saves for the night. The goalies for Mexico split time in the net and Mariana Rodriguez had five saves while Paola Serrano had one. 

Brazil came out strong in the first quarter with three goals off the bat. One goal came from Marina Araujo and two goals came from captain Izabella Chiappini. Mexico then answered with a goal of their own coming from Rocio Rivera to make the score 3-1. Rivera was then awarded a penalty shot in which she scored to bring the score even closer for Mexico, making the score 3-2.  It was not long after when Diana Abla scored her first two goals for Brazil to increase their lead 5-2 with only seconds to go in the first. The captain of Mexico Paola Dominguez found the back of the net at the buzzer to score her first goal making the score 5-3. 

In the second quarter Samanta Rezende of Brazil made her first goal to increase the lead 6-3, moments later Paulina Espadas of Mexico answered back with a goal of her own making it 6-4. Goals were exchanged on both sides one goal from Mexico’s Maria Ortega and the other from Alba for Brazil making it 7-5. Alba shot on goal once more before the end of the half, and scored her fourth goal for the evening. Brazil now lead Mexico 8-5 at the end of the first half.

Brazil and Mexico both exchanged goals back and fourth in the beginning of the third quarter to bring the score to 10-7. Goals from Brazil came from Mariana Duarte with her first goal, and Alba with her fifth. Mexico’s goals came from Paola Vizcarra with her first goal of the night, and  Rivera with her second. Adhara Santoro of Brazil scored her first goal of the night to extend Brazils lead 11-7. 

Mexico’s Espadas came out and scored her second goal of the night to bring Mexico closer, but Chiappini answered with a goal to match, making the score 12-8. Only three minutes left in the game and Rivera scored her fourth goal to decrease Brazils lead 12-9.  Rezende was quick to answer by scoring her second goal to increase the lead once again to 13-9. The last attempt on goal by Rivera was successful but not enough to beat Brazil. Brazil won the game 13-10.

Brazil 13 (5,3,3,2) Marina Araujo (1), Izabella Chiappini (3), Diana Abla (5), Samanta Rezende (2), Mariana Duarte (1), Adhara Santoro (1),

Mexico 10 (3,2,2,3) Rocio Rivera (5), Paola Dominguez (1) Paulina Espadas (2), Maria Ortega (1), Paola Vizcarra (1)