The Sporting Kansas Town Academy enjoyed a productive journey to Texas United this weekend, gathering three wins and a draw on Sunday in Fort Value, Texas. The U-19s, U-17s and U-15s all emerged victorious as the 2021-22 MLS Subsequent standard time rolled onward, when the U-14s claimed a draw to be certain that Sporting finished the afternoon unbeaten
In a competitive activity that hung in the balance, the Sporting KC U-19s prevailed 2-1 with 2nd-fifty percent aims from Braxton Arpachinda and Jayvin Van Deventer. Arpachinda opened the scoring on the hour mark, hammering residence a blistering shot from the prime of the box just after acquiring a pass from George Medill.
Texas United equalized five minutes later, but Sporting bagged the match-winner on 79 minutes when Medill tallied his 2nd support by participating in to Van Deventer, whose 25-yard thunderbolt gave head mentor Rumba Munthali’s facet a deserved victory.
Stingy defending was the title of the activity for a Sporting KC U-17 outfit led by head mentor and club legend Benny Feilhaber. The lone aim of the match arrived just after 35 minutes when Luis Agustin Cruz-Ayala whipped in a corner kick that Ryan Wagner headed past the Texas United goalkeeper.
Underneath the steerage of head coach Chris O’Neal, the U-15s ongoing their winning ways in comeback style. Following conceding a 35th-minute intention and facing a 1- deficit at halftime, Sporting restored parity two minutes into the 2nd 50 percent when Leo Christiano assisted a aim from Luis Ortiz. Christiano then went from provider to target scorer, sending a amazing free kick into the top corner to give Sporting a 2-1 advantage. On the brink of total time, the U-15s added an insurance coverage aim as Angel Franco set the result out of get to.
Led by head coach Declan Jogi, the U-14s went in advance 1- with a Troy Lor penalty kick in the 51st moment. Texas United drew level with 8 minutes remaining as the groups settled for a 1-1 stalemate.
Up Up coming: U-17s stop by St. Louis Town SC on Saturday