Boston High School: Cameron Bielski

Revolution player commitments, letters signed

February, 11, 2011
Our friends in the New England Revolution communications office passed along a note of several local players who have signed their national letter of intent or declared their college commitments recently.

Two Massachusetts high school players who were a part of the Revolution U-18 teams signed their national letters of intent as Cole Denormandie (Lincoln-Sudbury) signed to the University of Cincinnati while Cameron Bielski (Dover-Sherborn) signed to the University of New Hampshire.

Yannick Kabala of New Hampshire's Manchester Central High School signed to Southern New Hampshire.

Also announcing their college commitments were Matthew Keys of King Philip (UMass-Amherst) and Sean MacDonald (Manchester Central) who will join Kabala at Souther New Hampshire.

U-16 teamer Mitchell Taintor, a junior at Connecticut's E.O. Smith High also announced his commitment to play at Rutgers.

Denormandie and Keys earned high school All-American accolades by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) following last fall’s high school soccer season. In addition, Denormandie, Keys, Bielski and Taintor also earned NSCAA High School All-Region I (New England) honors.

Dover-Sherborn pulls out OT thriller, moves on

November, 18, 2010

WEYMOUTH, Mass. -- Sam Jordan was just in the right place at the right time.

Jordan took a header from fellow junior Sam Hunter and scored the game-winning goal as Dover-Sherborn (15-2-4) earned a trip to the Division III state final in a 2-1 overtime thriller over North champion Rockport.

“In the first half, we started off slow, but in the second half we picked it up and got that nice goal from Colin [Jamerson],” Jordan said. “Now we have the girls in the state semifinals too so this is one of the best days in the school's history.”

Jordan's goal came 1:54 into the extra frame and sends the Raiders to the state soccer finals for the first time since 1992, when they won the whole enchilada.

“Honestly, I'm speechless but once we started to play our style of game and stopped playing their game running and kicked the long ball, we got down to business,” Dover-Sherborn head coach Joe Gruseck said.

After a scoreless half, junior midfielder Shaffy Roell gave Rockport (18-4-1) a 1-0 lead in the 44th minute on an assist from Chandler Burnham off a cross. The cross ricocheted out in front of goaltender Brian Hands just far enough to give Roell a highlight reel score topped with a post-goal somersault as the ball crossed the end line.

But the lead did not last very long as the pressure from the Raiders was relentless on Rockport goalie Keady Segal. Segal came into the semifinal game with three consecutive shutouts in the tournament alone to give him a total of 11 shutouts on the season. But the senior goalie's playoff scoreless streak came to an end as senior captain Colin Jamerson tied it up in the 50th minute of regulation just beating Segal to his left from 10 yards out on a lead pass from fellow captain, Cameron Bielski.

Bielski almost ended it inside of four minutes left in regulation, but Segal (12 saves) came up with a fingertip stop again diving to his right with the outcome keeping the score knotted at one goal apiece.

“[Rockport] is so big and we tried to take that away from them, so the scouting report was to keep it low on [Segal] and he would tend to stay home,” Gruseck said. “It looked like Colin [Jamerson] got a piece of it but Jordan was right there too."

DeNormandie, Keys named soccer All-Americans

November, 11, 2010
The Eastern Mass. Soccer Coaches Association has also released its list of players who have made the All-New England and All-State squads, which include Lincoln-Sudbury's Cole DeNormandie and King Philip's Matt Keys as All-Americans.

From the EMSCA:

All-New England
Homero Morais, Somerville
Robert Lynch, Weymouth
Thomas Ballenthin, Lexington
Tyler Savonen, Nauset Regional
Keady Segal, Rockport
Edwin DeMoya, Salem
Cameron Bielski, Dover-Sherborn

Fernando Baptista, New Bedford
Carlos Ruiz, East Boston
Jim O'Leary, St. John's Prep
Caio Mitre, Barnstable
Devin Devoy, Bishop Feehan
Adam Johnson, Central Catholic
Justin Marino, Duxbury
Brad Prouty, Norwell
Alex Perkins, Nantucket
Doug Garabedian, Bishop Fenwick
Devin Delfino, Bourne
Stephen McAvoy, Walpole
Erickson Alves, Brockton
Claudio Soares, Madison Park
Adam Colella, St. John's Prep
Marcello Cugno, Medford
Tom Wampler, Attleboro
Jordan Vanderhooft, Lexington
Luke Finkelstein, Peabody
Gui Campos, Barnstable
Alex Roache, Whitman-Hanson
Flavio Cavalho, Gtr. New Bedford Voke
Nick Cotter, Sandwich
Cam McGrory, Concord-Carlisle
Timothy Hamelin, Coyle-Cassidy
Tyler McQuesten, Tewksbury
Aidan Harrison, Medfield
Josh Croteau, Pentucket
Yuri Catao, Marian
Luke Daniels, Nantucket
Jonah Adkins, Cohasset
Andrew Sheridan, Marshfield
Reyn Wagenaar, Wellesley
Phil DiTullio, BC High
Chris Kafina, Lincoln-Sudbury
Nate Petrou, Silver Lake
Ramon Ambrosio, Canton
Benjamin Bratt, Winchester
Evan Boudreau, North Andover