Academy report: U21 in CSL Final, U16 and U18 undefeated against Revolution Empire
Impact U21 in CSL final
The Impact U21 team is headed to the CSL final following a 3-1 win against the York Region Shooters on Sunday afternoon at St-Jean-Vianney Sports complex. Wandrille Lefevre, Anthony Jackson-Hamel and Yacine Ait-Slimane scored to give the U21 its 11th consecutive win.
The team will play the CSL championship game on Saturday, October 27 at 3pm (ET) at Centennial Stadium, in Etobicoke, Ontario, against Toronto Croatia, who finished in 1st in the regular season.
U16 and U18 undefeated
This past weekend, the Montreal Impact U16 and U18 teams went undefeated in a double header against the Revolution Empire, Saturday in Montreal, at the Saint-Jean-de-Vianney Sports Complex.
The U18s were unable to find the go ahead goal against the New England Revolution Academy side and finished the game with a 1-1 draw. Yannick Toker scored the lone marker for the Impact. With the point, the U18 side sits in 7th place in the Northeast Division.
The Impact U16 won 5-2 over the Revolution Empire. David Choinière led the team with two goals while Claudio Di Zazzo, Daniel Ramirez and Jimmy-Shammar Shannon all tallied a goal apiece. The win moves the U16 squad into 4th place in the Northeast Division.
The Impact USSDA teams will host FC Westchester next Saturday, October 27, at the Saint-Jean-de-Vianney Sports Complex. The U18s will play at 11am (ET) while the U16s will take the field at 1:30pm (ET).