After a tough weekend in Development Academy against the Philadelphia Union, the Impact wanted to bounce back against Seacoast United, last Sunday in the New Hampshire.
All three teams can say mission accomplished. The Impact U15 won 6-1, the Impact U17 5-1 and the Impact U19 3-0.
The Impact U15 unbeaten this season
The Impact U15 earned a decisive 6-1 win over the weekend. Maël Henry opened the scoring quickly off a corner from Renaud Caron in the 13th minute. Gabriel Antinoro followed with a goal from the penalty spot, and Maximilian Banfi added one on a counterattack a few minutes later. Before halftime, Jean-Aniel Assi also got his name on the scoresheet after receiving a pass from Jordan Therrien, but Seacoast United scored right after.
Back from the locker room, Jordan Therrien wasted no time, scoring from 20 metres out. Antinoro scored his second of the game a few minutes later, his 12th this season, assisted by Banfi.
The Impact U15 remains unbeaten after seven games with a 6-0-1 record, cementing itself in first in the Northeast division with a total of 32 goals scored and only five allowed.
The Impact U17 comes back to its winning ways
The Impact U17 lost its last two games but bounced back in the best of ways, with a convincing 5-1 win.
In the 17th minute, Junior Kabwe from a set-piece 20 metres out with a precise curled shot. Seacoast United equalized right after.
The Impact wasted no time getting its lead back, scoring two straight goals. Jérémie Omeonga scored off a pass from Tomas Giraldo in the 25th minute and Mouhamadou Kane followed a few seconds later with a goal of his own from way outside the box.
Nicolas Gagnon’s players added two goals in the second half. The first came from Matthew Catavolo in the 75th minute and the second from Omeonga through a right-footed volley.
Head coach Nicolas Gagnon and his team now have a 5-2-0 record and remain at the top of the Northeast division, in front of the New England Revolution.
A second clean sheet for the Impact U19
The Impact U19 got its second clean sheet of the season with a 3-0 win. Mikale Fontaine scored a brace and Cédric Toussaint scored as well. Calin Calaidjoglu assisted on two goals.
Montreal is now tied with NYCFC at the top of the division with a 5-1-0 record.
This Sunday, the U15 and U17 teams will be the only ones in action, as the Impact host Met Oval at Centre Nutrilait. The Impact U15 will play at 10am and the U17 at 12:30pm. The games are open to the public.