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15U-19U Boys Recap


The 15U-19U boys played their first four games of National League in Panama City, FL this past weekend.


BRAUSA Blue 05 Boys finished the weekend with 1 win and 3 losses. Jacob Foley, Drey Plummer, and Ryan Belal scored goals for BRAUSA.  

Washington Capital United 05 Blue currently sit in 3rd place in the Blue division with 2 wins and 2 losses. Nicholas Barrette leads the team in scoring with 3 goals.

Bethesda SC Blue finished 2-1-1 and are in third place in the Red Division. Beka Eado and Alexandro Moreno scored 3 goals and 2 goals respectively.

Pipeline 05 Pre-Academy lost 3 games and tied 1. Dylan Shepherd led Pipeline offensively with 2 goals.


Pipeline Pre-Academy are within touching distance of being top of the Red Division. They currently have 9 points and only miss out on top spot through goal difference. Drew Ligotti and Matthew Marquez both had two goals apiece.

Potomac Blue 2006 went 2-2 and currently sit in 5th place in the White Division. In attack, Miguelangel Kery leads the team with 2 goals.


Bethesda Blue lost 3 games and tied 1 game in the Black Division. Hugo Barnes, Hunter Bredow, Oluwaseni "Seni" Joseph, and Kevin Peprah all supplied goals.

Baltimore Celtic Premier had a perfect weekend winning all four games. Lawrence Aydett leads the age group with 5 goals; Eron Sylejmani is also among the top scorers with 4 goals.


Baltimore Celtic 02 matched the 03s performance by winning all 4 games. Spencer Hanks leads the 18U age group Golden Boot Race with 6 goals.

BRAUSA 02 Blue finished the weekend unbeaten, with 2 wins and 2 ties; they currently sit in second place. BRAUSA relied heavily on Taylor Calheira for goals as he is fourth on the age group’s top goal-scorers list with 5.


Pipeline Pre-Academy went 1-2-1 in their 4 games. Kenneth Clapp leads Pipeline’s attack with 2 goals.

OBGC Rangers Blue 2001 lost 2 games and tied 2. OBGC were clinical in attack with Riley Daiger scoring 4 goals.

All 15U-19U boys teams are back in National League play at the end of December!