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Canada 23 v Puerto Rico 2 W

Canada and Puerto Rico matched up to determine who would win the bronze medal at the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Canada’s offense dominated to give them a 23-2. Emma Wright scored six goals in the victory for Canada. Kelsey Jensen was in goal for Canada and made two saves while Nichole Colon made five saves for Puerto Rico.

Canada came out early with goals by Krya Christmas and Kelly Mathews to give their team a 2-0 lead. Allison Fernandez answered to put Puerto Rico on board but after Canada went on a four-goal run to expand their lead to 6-1 with goals by Emma Wright, Christmas, Axelle Crevier, and Matthews.

In the second quarter, Canada’s offense expanded their lead with seven goals from Wright (3), Kindred Paul, Christmas, Hayley McKelvey, and Matthews to make the score 13-1 Canada.

Canada’s Wright and Sarah Myers scored early in the third quarter to add on to Canada’s lead to 14-1. Puerto Rico’s Cristina Lugo then converted on a 6X5 advantage that was then followed by another goal by Wright and a goal by Crevier pulling them ahead 17-2 Canada.

In the final quarter, Canada scored six more goals by Amy Yule, Christmas, Myers (2), Crevier, and Kindred Paul for a final score of 23-2

Canada 23 (6,7,4,6) Kyra Christmas (4), Kelly Matthews (3), Emma Wright (6), Axelle Crevier (3), Kindred Paul (1), Hayley McKelvey (1), Sarah Myers (3), Amy Yule (1)

Puerto Rico 2 (1,0,1,0) Allison Fernandez (1), Cristina Lugo (1)

USA 11 v Brazil 6 W

The United States and Brazil matched up in the Gold Medal game of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Both teams played hard but the USA came out on top to win the gold medal 11-6.  Aria Fischer and Jordan Raney led the USA’s offense with three goals each. Carlee Kapana started in goal for the United States and made six saves while Victoria Chamorro made six for Brazil.

Aria Fischer scored in the first minute of the game to give USA the early lead but Samanta Rezende answered for Brazil. Jordan Raney scored to pull the USA ahead 2-1. Izabella Chiappini responded with a goal 30 seconds later for Brazil to tie the score at two. Fischer regained the lead for the USA but Chiappini answered once again to knot the game at three to end the quarter.

The United States took control of the lead in the second quarter with five goals by Amber McCutcheon, Devin Grab, Brianna Daboub, Raney, and Mary Brooks while Diana Abla scored Brazil’s only goal to make the score 8-4 going into half time.

In the third quarter, Brazil shortened the USA’s lead with two goals by Abla, and Adhara Santoro. The USA did not score in the quarter but still held an 8-6 lead at the end of the quarter. Raney, Fischer, and Haley Wan all scored in the fourth quarter to solidify the USA’s win with a final score of 11-6. 

United States 11 (3,5,0,3) Aria Fischer (3), Jordan Raney (3), Amber McCutcheon (1), Devin Grab (1), Brianna Daboub (1), Mary Brooks (1), Haley Wan (1) 

Brazil 6 (3,1,2,0) Samanta Rezende (1), Izabella Chiappini (2), Diana Abla (2), Adhara Santoro (1)

Trinidad and Tobago 8 v Mexico 10 M

Trinidad and Tobago and Mexico faced off in the fifth place game at the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Both teams battled in a close game with Mexico taking the 10-8 victory and qualifying for Junior Worlds next year. Diego Mercado scored three goals for Mexico in the win while Loon Daniel lead Trinidad and Tobago’s offense with three goals. Alferdo De La Mora was in the goal for Mexico and made 12 saves while Sebastian Vanreeken made 15 saves for Trinidad and Tobago.

In the first quarter, Mexico got on the board first with a goal from Diego Mercado. Trinidad and Tobago’s Kieron Emmanuel converted on a five-meter penalty shot soon after to tie the game at one. Mexico then regained the lead with a goal from Sinai Gonzales. However, Trinidad and Tobago’s Emmanuel and Loon Daniel answered to take over the lead making the score 3-2 Trinidad and Tobago after one quarter.

Mexico’s Diego Lucero scored early in the second quarter to tie the score at three but Justin Bodden and Daniel scored back-to-back to give Trinidad and Tobago a two-goal lead. In the final 20 seconds, Mercado scored bringing Mexico within one goal for a score of 5-4 Trinidad and Tobago.

In the third quarter, Mexico came out strong with three goals by Gonzales, Mercado, and Jorge Cervantes to take over the lead of 7-5. Trinidad and Tobago then responded with goals from Jonathon Gillette and Daniel to tie the score at seven to end the quarter.

Mexico gained the lead with three goals in the fourth quarter by Edsen Asenio, and Arturo Rico (2). Trinidad and Tobago’s Gillette scored in the final minute for a final score of 10-8 Mexico.

Trinidad and Tobago 8 (3,2,2,1) Kieron Emmanuel (2), Loon Daniel (3), Justin Bodden (1), Jonathon Gillette (2)

Mexico 10 (2,2,3,3) Diego Mercado (3), Sinai Gonzales (2), Diego Lucero (1), Jorge Cervantes (1), Edsen Asenio (1), Arturo Rico (2)

Canada 11 v Argentina 8 M

Canada took on Argentina in the Bronze Medal game of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Canada played a strong offensive game to beat Argentina 11-8.  Sean Spooner scored four goals for Canada in the victory while Carlos Canmasio scored three goals for Argentina. Yorek Hurrelmann was in goal for Canada and made four saves while Lucas Cabrozzi made eight saves for Argentina.

Canada started the game full of energy by scoring three goals. Devin O’Donnell scored twice and Matthew Halajian scored a goal to give Canada a 3-0 at the end of the first quarter.

In the second quarter, Argentina’s Augusto Rey put his team on the board. Euan Scoffield scored soon after to increase Canada’s lead to three but Argentina’s Carlos Canmasio responded with back-to-back goals to bring his team within one goal. Sean Spooner made the score 5-3 Canada with a goal in the final 20 seconds of the half.

Argentina’s Esteban Corsi capitalized on a five-meter penalty shot that was followed by a goal by Canmasio to tie the score at five. Spooner and Halajian responded by both scoring a goal to regain the lead. Matas Canda scored to bring Argentina within one to end the quarter 7-6 Canada.

In the final quarter, Canada’s offense came out strong. Spooner and Scoffield both scored to make the score 9-6 Canada. Argentina’s Tomas Manocchio then responded. Spooner and Dusan Boskovic scored soon followed by one last goal by Argentina’s Guido Poggi for a final score of 11-8 Canada.

Canada 11(3,2,2,4) Devin O’Donnell (2), Matthew Halajian (2), Euan Scoffield (2), Sean Spooner (4), Dusan Boskovic (1)

Argentina 8 (0,3,3,2) Augusto Rey (1), Carlos Canmasio (3), Esteban Corsi (1), Matas Canda(1). Tomas Manocchio (1), Guido Poggi (1)

USA 10 v Brazil 9 M

The United States and Brazil meet up in the Gold Medal game of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Both teams played hard but the United States came out on top. The United States came back from a three-goal deficit in the third quarter to win the game 10-9. USA’s offense was a joint effort with goals from eight different players while Pedro Real scored three goals for Brazil. Alex Wolf was in the goal for the United States and made eight saves while Bernardo Oliveria made three saves for Brazil.

In the first quarter, Matthew Maier put the USA on the board early with a goal on a 6X5 advantage but Brazil’s Guicherme Gomes converted on a five-meter penalty to tie the score at one.

Brazil took the lead in the second quarter with a goal by Pedro Stellat but Bennett Williams answered with a goal to knot up the score at two. Real and Henrique Vosconuelos both scored to give Brazil a 4-2 lead. David Kessler scored for the USA to bring them within one goal from the lead. Real then scored back-to-back goals to make the score 6-3 Brazil. In the final minute of the half, Warren Snyder scored making the score 6-4 Brazil at halftime.

In the third quarter, Roberto Freitas scored early to increase Brazils lead to 7-4.  The United States then went on a three-goal run to tie the game at seven. David Kessler, Thomas Dunstan, and Bryce Hoerman all scored in the quarter.

Marco Stanchi, Hoerman, and Nicholas Carniglia each scored a goal to give the USA a 10-7 lead. Brazil then answered with two goals by Eduardo Wainberg and Gomes for a final score of 10-9 USA.

United States 10 (1,3,3,3) Matthew Maier (1), Bennett Williams (1), David Kessler (2), Warren Snyder (1), Thomas Dunstan (1), Bryce Hoerman (2), Marco Stanchi (1), Nicholas Carniglia (1)

Brazil 9 (1,5,1,2) Guicherme Gomes (2), Pedro Stellat (1), Henrique Vosconuelos (1), Pedro Real (3), Roberto Frietas (1), Eduardo Wainberg (1)

USA 10 v Brazil 9 M

The United States and Brazil meet up in the Gold Medal game of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Both teams played hard but the United States came out on top. The United States came back from a three-goal deficit in the third quarter to win the game 10-9. USA’s offense was a joint effort with goals from eight different players while Pedro Real scored three goals for Brazil. Alex Wolf was in the goal for the United States and made eight saves while Bernardo Oliveria made three saves for Brazil.

In the first quarter, Matthew Maier put the USA on the board early with a goal on a 6X5 advantage but Brazil’s Guicherme Gomes converted on a five-meter penalty to tie the score at one. 

Brazil took the lead in the second quarter with a goal by Pedro Stellat but Bennett Williams answered with a goal to knot up the score at two. Real and Henrique Vosconuelos both scored to give Brazil a 4-2 lead. David Kessler scored for the USA to bring them within one goal from the lead. Real then scored back-to-back goals to make the score 6-3 Brazil. In the final minute of the half, Warren Snyder scored making the score 6-4 Brazil at halftime.

In the third quarter, Roberto Freitas scored early to increase Brazils lead to 7-4.  The United States then went on a three-goal run to tie the game at seven. David Kessler, Thomas Dunstan, and Bryce Hoerman all scored in the quarter.

Marco Stanchi, Hoerman, and Nicholas Carniglia each scored a goal to give the USA a 10-7 lead. Brazil then answered with two goals by Eduardo Wainberg and Gomes for a final score of 10-9 USA.

United States 10 (1,3,3,3) Matthew Maier (1), Bennett Williams (1), David Kessler (2), Warren Snyder (1), Thomas Dunstan (1), Bryce Hoerman (2), Marco Stanchi (1), Nicholas Carniglia (1)

Brazil 9 (1,5,1,2) Guicherme Gomes (2), Pedro Stellat (1), Henrique Vosconuelos (1), Pedro Real (3), Roberto Frietas (1), Eduardo Wainberg (1)