Trinidad and Tobago 9 v Puerto Rico 8 M
Trinidad and Tobago and Puerto Rico faced off to determine who would be playing in the fifth/ sixth place game in the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Both teams played hard and battled throughout the game with Trinidad and Tobago taking the 9-8 victory. Jonathon Gillette lead Trinidad and Tobago’s offense with five goals in the win while Rey Castillo scored four goals for Puerto Rico. Sebastian Vanreeken made eight saves for Trinidad and Tobago while Jorge Torress made also made eight saves for Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico’s Rey Castillo and Fernando Zayas scored the first two goals of the game to put their team ahead. Jonathon Gillette answered for Trinidad and Tobago in the last five seconds to make the score 2-1 Puerto Rico after one quarter.
Both Puerto Rico and Trinidad and Tobago capitalized on either 6x5 advantages or five-meter penalty shots in the second quarter. Abiel Quionenes started off the scoring in the second quarter with goal on the 6x5 advantage followed by Castillo converting on a five-meter penalty pulling Puerto Rico ahead 4-1. Gillette then scored two goals both in man up situations to bring Trinidad and Tobago within one goal with a score of 4-3 Puerto Rico going into the half.
In the third quarter, Trinidad and Tobago’s Loon Daniel scored on a 6x5 advantage to knot the game up at four. Kieron Emmanuel then scored to gain the lead of 5-4 for Trinidad and Tobago but Castillo capitalized on another five-meter penalty shot to tie the score at five to end the quarter.
Puerto Rico 8 (2,2,1,3) Rey Castillo (4), Fernando Zayas (1), Abiel Quinones (1), Angel Rosado (2)
Trinidad and Tobago 9 (1,2,2,4) Jonathon Gillette (5), Loon Daniel (1), Kieron Emmanuel (2), Justin Bodden (1)
Mexico 12 v Peru 4 M
Mexico and Peru matched up to determine who would be playing Trinidad and Tobago in the fifth place game at the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Peru took the lead early but Mexico’s offense soon gained control of the game to win 12-4. Jorge Cervantes scored three goals to lead Mexico’s offense. Arturo De Le Mora started in the net for Mexico and made 12 saves while Jefferson Penedo made eight saves for Peru.
Peru’s Augusto Otero scored the only goal in the first quarter to give them the 1-0 lead. In the second quarter, Peru’s Eduardo Grandez scored in the first minute to make the score 2-0 Peru. After, Mexico followed with six-goal run with goals by Diego Lucero (2), Hazel Vera, Diego Mercado, and Jorge Cervantes (2) to take a 6-2 lead going into the second half.
Mexico expanded their lead with three goals to start the third quarter by Mercado, Cervantes, and Arturo Rico. Peru’s Grandez scored his second goal of the game to make the score 9-3 with one quarter remaining.
In the final quarter, Mexico scored three goals to solidify their 12-4 win. Rico, Rodrigo Rumos, and Roberto Vera all scored in the quarter while Mexico’s defense held Peru scoreless until the final 10 seconds when Peru’s Santiago Nunuez capitalized on their last 6x5 of the game.
Peru 4 (1,1,1,1) Augusto Otero (1), Eduardo Grandez (2), Santiago Nunez (1)
Mexico 12 (0,6,3,3) Diego Lucero (2), Hazel Vera (1), Diego Mercado (2), Jorge Cervantes (3), Arturo Rico (2), Rodrigo Rumos (1), Roberto Vera (1)
Canada 6 v Brazil 7 W
Canada and Brazil battled each other in the semi-finals on Day Seven of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Both teams played hard but Brazil came out on top with a 7-6 win. Diana Abla’s three goals led Brazil to victory while Emma Wright led Canada’s offense with three goals of her own. Victoria Chamorro made 10 saves in the net for Brazil while Claire Bredin made three saves for Canada.
In the first quarter, Canada’s Axelle Crevier came out and scored the first goal to pull Canada ahead 1-0 but goals by Dianna Abla and Izabella Chiappini gave Brazil the 2-1 lead soon after. Kyra Christmas responded with a goal soon after to tie the score at two with three quarters remaining.
Brazil’s Samanta Rezende scored in the second quarter to make it 3-2 Brazil but Canada’s Emma Wright and Kelly Matthews scored back-to-back to pull their team ahead 4-3. Chiappini scored the last goal of the half to knot the score up at four.
In the third quarter, goals by Abla and Rezendez gave Brazil the 6-4 lead while their defense held Canada scoreless.
Canada’s Wright scored two goals to tie the score at six to start the fourth quarter. With less than a minute and a half remaining in the game ABla scored the game-winning goal for a final score of 7-6 Brazil.
Canada 6 (2,2,,0,2) Axelle Crevier (1), Kyra Christmas (1), Emma Wright (3), Kelly Matthews (1)
Brazil 7 (2,2 2,1) Diana Abla (3), Izabella Chiappini (2), Samanta Rezende (2)
USA 21 v Puerto Rico 1 W
The United States took on Puerto Rico to determine who would advance to the Gold Medal game against Brazil. The United States dominated the game both offensively and defensively to win 21-1. Aria Fischer led the USA’s offense with five goals while Carlee Kapana and Emalia Eichelberger split time in the goal. Kapana made six saves and Eichleberger made two saves . Nichole Colon was in the goal for Puerto Rico and made seven saves for the team.
The United States started the first quarter off with strong with eight goals while holding Puerto Rico scoreless. Devin Grab started off the scoring with a five-meter penalty shot followed by another goal less than a minute later. The scoring continued for the USA with goals by Fischer (2), Katerine Klass (2), Amber McCutcheon, and Haley Wan to give them an 8-0 lead going into the second quarter.
In the second quarter, the USA added to their lead with seven more goals by Mary Brooks, Wan, Brianna Daboub (2), Fischer, McCutcheon, and Klass to make the score 15-0 USA.
Alexis Angermund scored early in the third quarter followed by goals from Fischer, and Daboub to expand to USA’s 18-0 lead.
In the final quarter of play, Jordan Raney scored for the United States that was later followed by a goal by Allison Fernandez with Puerto Rico’s lone goal. Fischer later converted on a five-meter penalty shot and a goal by Alexis Liebowitz to finish the game with the USA winning 21-1
United States 21(8,7,3,3) Devin Grab (2), Aria Fischer (5), Katherine Klass (3), Amber McCutcheon (2), Haley Wan (2). Mary Brooks (1), Brianna Daboub (3), Alexis Angermund (1), Jordan Raney (1), Alexis Liebowitz (1)
Puerto Rico 1(0,0,0,1) Allison Fernandez (1)
Brazil 13 v Canada 4 M
Brazil and Canada meet up in the semi-finals of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships to determine who would move onto the Gold Medal game. Brazil took the lead early in the game and added on to it throughout the game to win 13-4. Brazil’s win came from a joint offensive effort with seven players scoring in the victory. Sean Spooner led Canada’s offense with three goals. Bernardo Oliveria was in the goal for Brazil and made five saves while Yorek Hurrelmann was in goal for Canada and made five saves.
At the start of the game, the Brazilian’s came out full of energy to quickly score the first three goals of the game by Rafael Real, Eduardo Wainberg, and Henrique Vosconuelos. Canada’s Spooner answered soon after to put his team on board but Brazil’s Luis Silva responded to add on to Brazil’s 4-1 lead at the end of the quarter. In the second quarter, Pedro Real scored for Brazil but Canada’s Spooner responded to make the score 5-2 Brazil going into half.
Brazil expanded their lead in the third quarter with three goals by Guicherme Gomes, Silva, and Wainberg. In the last minute and a half, Canada’s Chris Callaro scored making the score 8-3 Brazil with one quarter remaining. In the final quarter, Brazil scored five more goals from Rafael Real, Pedro Real (2), William Psanquevich, and Pedro Stellat. Canada’s Spooner scored in the final 10 seconds for a final score of 13-4
Brazil 13 (4,1,3,5) Rafael Real (2), Eduardo Wainberg (2), Henrique Vosconuelos (1), Luis Silva (2), Pedro Real (3), Guicherme Gomes (1), Pedro Stellat (1)
Canada 4 (1,1,1,1) Sean Spooner (3), Chris Callaro (1)
USA 11 v Argentina 6 M
The United States faced off against Argentina to determine who would move onto the Gold Medal game at the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. The USA gained the lead early and worked to build it throughout the game to win 11-6. Thomas Dunstan and Bennett Williams both led the USA’s offense with three goals each. Alex Wolf started in the goal for the United States and made eight saves in the victory while Lucas Cabrozzi was in goal for Argentina and made two saves.
USA’s Thomas Dunstan scored in the first minute of the game to make it 1-0 USA but Felipe Alfonso responded to tie the game at one. Kent Inoue scored followed by Dunstan’s second goal of the quarter to give the USA a 3-1 lead with three quarters remaining.
Argentina’s Martino Guido scored first in the second quarter that was soon followed by a goal by Marco Stanchi to make the score 4-2 USA. Gonzalo Caso brought Argentina back within one goal but Matthew Maier extended the USA’s lead shortly after to make the score 5-3 going into half time.
In the third quarter, Agustin Jewerowicz’s goal brought Argentina within one goal of the lead once again but that was followed by goals by Dunstan and Inoue to add to the USA’s 7-4 lead. Caso scored his second goal of the game for Argentina that was later answered by a goal by Bennett Williams to give the USA a 8-5 lead.
Williams expanded the USA’s lead to four with a goal early in the fourth quarter that was answered when Augusto Rey capitalized on a five-meter penalty shot making the score 9-6 USA. The United States’ Stanchi and Williams then scored the final two goals of the game for a final score of 11-6 USA.
United States 11 (3,2,3,3) Thomas Dunstan (3), Kent Inoue (2), Marco Stanchi (2), Matthew Maier (1), Bennett Williams (3)
Argentina 6 (1,2,2,1) Felipe Alfonso (1), Martino Guido (1), Gonzalo Caso (2), Agustin Jewerowicz (1), Augusto Rey (1)
Peru 9 v Puerto Rico 13 M
Puerto Rico and Peru faced off in the seventh place game of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships today. The game remained close until half way through the second quarter when Puerto Rico broke away to win the game 13-9. Fernando Zayas led Puerto Rico’s offense with six goals in the game while Diego Villar scored three for Peru. Jorge Torres wa in goal for Puerto Rico and made saves while Jefferson Penedo made saves for Peru.
In the first quarter, Peru’s Santiago Munez scored the first goal that was followed by two goals from Puerto Rico by Abiel Quinones and Michael Montero to gain a 2-1 lead. Peru’s Diego Villar then tied the game at two before Puerto Rico’s Fernando Zayas scored in the final 30 seconds to give Puerto Rico a 3-2 lead going into the second quarter.
Peru’s Augusto Otero knotted the game up at three with a goal early in the second quarter. Zayas regained the 4-3 lead for Puerto Rico but Villar tied it once again for Peru. Zayas then responded with two goals to give Puerto Rico a 6-4 lead after the second quarter.
Puerto Rico used the third quarter to grow their lead with five goals by Angel Rosado (2), Zayas (2), and Raymond Rodriguez to give them an 11- 4 lead.
In the final quarter, Puerto Rico started off with two goals by Montero and Rey Castillo to give them a 12-4 lead. Villar converted on a five-meter penalty shot that would be the start of a five goal run for Peru. Otero, Nunez, Sebastian Morales, and Eduardo Grandez all scored to make the final score 13-9 Puerto Rico.
Peru 9 (2,2,0,5) Santiago Nunez (2), Diego Villar (3), Augusto Otero (2), Sebastian Morales (1), Eduardo Grandez (1)
Puerto Rico 13 (3,3,5,2) Abiel Quinones (1), Michael Montero (2), Fernando Zayas (6), Angel Rosado (2), Raymond Rodriguez (1), Rey Castillo