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Generation Adidas Cup

Generation adidas Cup 2014: Wins for Seattle, LA, San Jose, Colorado in placement games

FRISCO, Texas — Competition continued on Friday at the Generation adidas Cup for teams that did not reach the semifinals. The eight remaining teams in the International Division are playing off for spots 5-12, to be decided on Sunday, while teams in the Domestic Division continue their five-game schedule.

Here’s a recap of the Day 4 action:

International Division

Seattle Sounders 1, Philadelphia Union 0

The Seattle Sounders earned their first regulation win of the tournament (and remained unbeaten) with a 1-0 win over the Philadelphia Union on Friday evening. Philadelphia had finished 2-1 in group play, finishing as the best second-place finishers who did not reach the semifinals.

Jaegar Skifstad converted a breakaway by rounding the goalkeeper in the 23rd minute, and his first goal of the tournament held up as the winner. Goalkeeper Sten Tolgu, making his first start of the tournament, posted the shutout for Seattle.

Philadelphia Union (2-2) vs. Seattle Sounders (1-0-3)
2014 Generation adidas Cup - 5th-8th group

April 18, 2014 –- Toyota Stadium Field 7, Frisco TX

Scoring Summary:
SEA -- Jaegar Skifstad 1 (assist n/a) 23

Philadelphia Union -- Cameron Keys, Robert Campbell, Garrett Keys, Shane Bradley (Freeman Dwamena 44), Matthew Real, Omar Ayala, Andrew Aprahamian (Morgan Hackworth 36), Abu Winter (Josue Monge 45), Derrick Amaniampong (Kevin Carvalho 62), Isaiah Young, Tiger Graham (Colin Brezniak 45).

Seattle Sounders -- Sten Tolgu, Kasey French, Connor Thompson, Bryce Ikeda, Kees Westra, Samad Bounthong, John Dale (Lorenzo Ramos 51), Joseph Hafferty (Diego Silvas 51), Jaegar Skifstad (Connor Noblat 61), Alec Zimmerman (Victor Mansaray 65), Alejandro Hernandez (Ryan Schaefer 63).

Matches played with 35-minute halves.
All statistics contained in this boxscore are unofficial

 

LA Galaxy 3, New York Red Bulls 1

For the second straight day, the New York Red Bulls allowed a goal in the opening minute of the match, and this one helped lift the LA Galaxy to a 3-1 win in a consolation game on Friday evening. Dylan Smith notched his third goal of the tournament on a breakaway in the opening minute to get LA off to a quick start.

The Galaxy added goals from Rey Ortiz and Marc Calderon before Gideon Metrikin scored his second goal of the tournament for the Red Bulls.

New York Red Bulls (1-2-1) vs. LA Galaxy (2-2)
2014 Generation adidas Cup - 5th-8th group

April 18, 2014 –- Toyota Stadium Field 8, Frisco TX

Scoring Summary:
LA -- Dylan Smith 3 (assist n/a) 1
LA -- Rey Ortiz 1 (assist n/a) 53
LA -- Marc Calderon 1 (assist n/a) 60
NY -- Gideon Metrikin 2 (assist n/a) 67

New York Red Bulls -- Tomas Lapinas, Andrew Lombard (Kyle Duncan 36), Mason Deeds, Henry Martin, Marcello Borges, Matt McCarthy (Gideon Metrikin 36), Kyle Zajec (Jerel Blades 52), Ryan Mingachos (Chris Flores 36), Breno Lustosa, Rafael Terci, Mevlan Lebiti (Ethan Lochner 40).

LA Galaxy -- Max Watkin, Danny Huizar (Marc Calderon 52), Christian Onalfo, Brian O'Hara, Michael Lopez, Andrew Perez (Bilal Abdallah 61), Chris Segovia (Enrique Bustamante 59), Juan Orozco, Jorge Ruiz, Rey Ortiz, Dylan Smith (Alex Ramos 18).

Matches played with 35-minute halves.
All statistics contained in this boxscore are unofficial

San Jose Earthquakes 5, Toronto FC 1

Winless in the tournament despite several strong performances, the San Jose Earthquakes took out their frustrations on Toronto FC, rolling to a 5-1 win.

Kevin Perez struck first for San Jose, calmly finishing to the lower left corner after the ball fell to him at the top of the penalty area. Rei Dorwart made it 2-0 partway through the first half, racing past the Toronto defense and finishing with his right foot.

San Jose put things away in the second half, as Dorwart set up Kaya Fabbretti for the 14-year-old's first goal of the tournament. Forward Amir Bashti converted a penalty kick and set up 15-year-old Ivan Valencia for a goal of his own before midfielder Luca Uccello scored a late consolation goal for Toronto.

Toronto FC (0-4) vs. San Jose Earthquakes (1-1-2)
2014 Generation adidas Cup - 9th-12th group

April 18, 2014 –- Toyota Stadium Field 7, Frisco TX

Scoring Summary:
SJ -- Kevin Perez 1 (unassisted) 12
SJ -- Rei Dorwart 1 (unassisted) 22
SJ -- Kaya Fabbretti 1 (Amir Bashti 2) 52
SJ -- Amir Bashti 2 (penalty kick) 66
SJ -- Ivan Valencia 1 (Amir Bashti 3) 67
TFC -- Luca Uccello 2 (unassisted) 69

Toronto FC -- Michael Uccello, Marcus Godinho (Steven Furlano 36), Nikola Stakic, Bola Avolonto, Vincent Mauro (Alexander Pena 57), Liam Fraser (Mateo Restrepo 36), Glenn Muenkat, Luca Uccello, Nicolas Osorio (Malik Johnson 36), Patrick Boyle (Jordan Montoya 36), Tomasz Balicki.

San Jose Earthquakes -- Remi Prieur, Alex Fluitt, Jorge Lara, Rory Birse, Desmond Madrigal, Rei Dorwart, Jamal Bernardez (Theo Huxham 36), Kevin Perez (Pablo Gervacio 50), Ivan Valencia, Amir Bashti, Yousef Diyab (Kaya Fabbretti 36).

Matches played with 35-minute halves.
All statistics contained in this boxscore are unofficial

 

Colorado Rapids 3, Chivas Guadalajara 0

The Colorado Rapids earned their first win of the tournament, cruising to a 3-0 win over Chivas Guadalajara. Colorado jumped on top just six minutes in when a long right-wing cross from Elias Helbig ran all the way to the back post, where left back Christopher Reichman came charging forward to one-time it home.

The Rapids doubled their lead in the 21st minute, as Kyle Ericson curled a free kick to the top corner. Defender and captain Quentin Pearson added the finishing touch in the second half when a corner kick fell in the penalty area, and he reacted first to fire a high left-footed shot into the net.

Chivas Guadalajara (0-3-1) vs. Colorado Rapids (1-2-1)
2014 Generation adidas Cup - 9th-12th group

April 18, 2014 –- Toyota Stadium Field 4, Frisco TX

Scoring Summary:
COL -- Christopher Reichman 1 (Elias Helbig 1) 6
COL -- Kyle Ericson 1 (unassisted) 21
COL -- Quentin Pearson 1 (unassisted) 57

Chivas Guadalajara -- Abraham Sanchez, Jose Lopez, Diego Manzo, Hector Reynoso, Fernando Cibrian (Eduardo Guzman 36), Juan Carlos Juarez, Moises Navarrete (Freddy Ortega 36), Oscar Perez, Alexis Lopez (Roberto Lopez 36), Erick Hernandez (Jesus Peña 36), Luis Diaz (Rodolfo Gonzalez 36).

Colorado Rapids -- Tucker Schneider, Ernesto Rangel (Blake Moncur 54), Sam Raben, Quentin Pearson, Christopher Reichman, Elias Helbig, Greer Solarte (Luke Marchesani 47), Miles Chow, Kyle Ericson, Nathan Braaten (Anthony Rosales 65), J.T. Grover.

Matches played with 35-minute halves.
All statistics contained in this boxscore are unofficial

 

Domestic Division

Portland Timbers 1, Montreal Impact 1 (Portland won shootout 5-4)
Goals – David Chimento (POR); Esleyder Luarca (MTL)

Columbus Crew 2, Sporting Kansas City 1
Goals - Edward Folds, Devyn Etling (CLB); Dorian Hernandez (KC)

D.C. United 2, Houston Dynamo 0
Goals - Donovan Pines, Patrick Jean-Gilles (DC)

Chicago Fire 3, Chivas USA 0
Goals - Collin Fernandez 2, Djordje Mihalovic (CHI)