After stumbling against the Philadelphia Union in Development Academy on September 29, the Montreal Impact Academy teams were quickly back to their winning ways, managing victories in their five games in October.
This Sunday, the three teams will be at Centre Nutrilait to host the Boston Bolts’ teams. The U15 will play at 10am, the U17 at 12:30pm and the U19 at 3pm.
Impact U15 5-1 Met Oval U15
Impact U17 7-1 Met Oval U17
The Impact U15 remains unbeaten this season with a 7-0-1 record and an impressive total of 37 goals scored. The team is first in its division and 5th in the league.
The U17 team also jumped into first in the Northeast division with its last win, with a 6-2-0 record.
The Impact U19 is tied for first in its division with New York City FC and is second in the league with a 5-1-0 record.
There’s a stark contrast between our opponent’s different teams.
The U15 team is right behind the Impact in the standings with a 7-1-0 record, the team having won its last three games. It beat the New England Revolution 1-0 on September 15 amongst important wins. It’s also the team that’s conceded the least number of goals in the Northeast division with only five.
The U17 team has had a tougher season thus far. It has a 2-6-0 record with only eight goals scored and twice as many goals conceded. The U19 team, on its end, has a 2-3-1 record, but also allows twice more goals than it scores.
About the Boston Bolts
The Boston Bolts Academy, located in Massachusetts, stretches through the entire state and has locations in New Hampshire and Rhode Island, with teams ranging from the U8 to U19 age categories.
If most of its athletes receive scholarships, the Bolts also developed players that ended up playing professionally. Diego Fagúndez, before he joined the New England Revolution, is an example, as well as Mike Fucito, a former Impact player.