Boston High School: Chandler Burnham

Revolution announces 2011-12 youth squads

August, 9, 2011
The New England Revolution has announced the rosters for the 2011-12 Under-18 and Under-16 youth teams, as selected by the youth development coaching staff during a series of invitational and open tryouts in June and July.

Here are the rosters:

No. Name POS HT Birthdate Hometown Former Club
37 Matthew Bitchell* F 5-11 03/15/1994 Byfield, Mass. FC Bolts
11 Andrew Burnham D 6-1 07/08/1994 Rockport, Mass. FC Bolts
37 Chandler Burnham M 6-1 07/08/1994 Rockport, Mass. FC Bolts
16 Daniel Chmura*^ D 6-0 02/03/1993 Wilbraham, Mass. Western FC
18 Devin Devoy*** F 5-8 10/10/1994 North Attleborough, Mass. FC Bolts
10 Diego Fagundez** M 5-6 02/14/1995 Leominster, Mass. FC United
2 Willis Griffith* D 6-0 08/09/1994 Amherst, N.H. Seacoast United
34 Jack Hilger** M 5-9 05/15/1994 Hopkinton, Mass. FC Puma
28 Nicholas Hoffman M 5-8 06/22/1994 Southborough, Mass. NEFC
15 Valdair Lopes D 5-6 03/25/1994 Providence, R.I. Bruno United
36 Dominik Machado** M 5-7 12/01/1994 Attleborough, Mass. Explosion FC
38 Peguy Ngatcha* F 6-1 02/28/1994 Manchester, N.H. NH Classics
8 Ramiro Osario M 6-0 10/12/1994 Hooksett, N.H. Seacoast United
30 Colin Patch M 6-3 09/26/1993 Providence, R.I. FC Bolts
20 Rainer Randell M 5-7 1/26/1994 Cranston, R.I. Blackwatch Premier
31 Forest Sisk*** D 5-10 04/09/1994 Sudbury, Mass. FC Bolts
35 Colin Sweeney* D 5-6 02/10/1994 Northborough, Mass. FC Blazers
42 Mitchell Taintor** D 6-2 09/11/1994 Storrs, Conn. Northeast United FC
1 Tyler Zon*^ GK 6-2 12/14/1993 Wellesley, Mass. FC United

No. Name POS HT Birthdate Hometown Former Club
21 Luke Albertini M 5-10 04/021996 North Attleborough, Mass FC Bolts
14 Daniel Apajee* M 5-9 03/28/1996 Cranston, R.I. Blackwatch Premier
12 Austin Aviza GK 6-1 02/17/1997 Medway, Mass. NEFC
20 Derek Blanchette* D 5-2 02/03/1997 Hope, RI Blackwatch Premier
19 Dan Casey D 6-1 01/09/1996 Westborough, Mass. FC Bolts
3 Matthew Cooper D 5-11 05/08/1995 Londonderry, N.H. Seacoast United
25 Federico Ferre* D 5-6 03/10/1995 Waltham, Mass. MPS
44 Gregory Forgue D 5-7 10/23/1995 Lincoln, R.I. FC Bolts
7 Mawolo Gissie F 6-0 11/23/1996 Worcester, Mass. NEFC
40 David Hepp* GK 5-9 02/27/1995 Natick, Mass. MPS
23 Zachery Herivaux M 5-10 02/01/1996 Brookline, Mass. Shalrie Joseph
29 Kevin Herrera* F 5-7 07/10/1996 Lynn, Mass. FC Bolts
6 Guyllain Kabala D/M 5-8 10/14/1996 Manchester, N.H. Seacoast United
17 Ryan Kingsley* M 5-8 02/28/1995 North Attleborough, Mass. Blackwatch Premier
9 Amadu Kunateh F 5-7 01/24/1997 Lynn, Mass. North Shore United
26 Erik Martel M 5-8 04/18/1995 Bedford, N.H. NH Classics
24 Declan McCabe* M 5-8 01/12/1996 Weston, Mass. MPS
43 Matthew Mozynski* GK 6-2 05/10/1995 Bellingham, Mass. MPS
41 Christian Sady** D 5-8 01/05/1995 North Andover, Mass. NE Aztecs
22 Casey Schehl D/M 5-8 01/15/1995 Bedford, Mass. Seacoast United
4 Will Szostkiewicz* D 5-10 03/11/1995 Longmeadow, Mass. MPS

Director of Youth Development and Head Coach, Under-16s: Bryan Scales
Revolution Academy Director and Assistant Coach, Under-18s: Deven Apajee
Head Coach, Under-18s: John Frederick
Assistant Coach, Under-16s: Gary Hall
Goalkeepers Coach: Karl Spratt

* - Denotes number of seasons played previously with Revolution Under-16 squad
^ - Denotes number of seasons played previously with Revolution Under-18 squad

Top Drawer Soccer rankings released

May, 5, 2011
Top Drawer Soccer has released its rankings of its top individual prospects, broken down nationally and regionally. Below are the Massachusetts natives cracking the Top 20 Northeast lists, with their national rankings in parentheses where applicable.

2012 BOYS
1. Felix DeBona, Everett (31)
2. Devin Devoy, Bishop Feehan (45)
4. Jack Hilger, Hopkinton (87)
5. Chandler Burnham, Rockport
7. Forest Sisk, Lincoln-Sudbury
10. Andrew Burnham, Rockport
12. Jay Marchand, North Andover
15. Daniel Tchen, Concord-Carlisle
16. Derrick Boateng, Worcester South

2012 GIRLS
2. Mikayla Williams, Stoughton (30)
3. Kayla Shea, Shrewsbury
7. Colby Woeltz, Noble & Greenough
8. Corey Persson, Danvers
12. Becky Litwin, Westborough
13. Mai Mitsuyama, Natick
15. Emily Nasuti, Millbury
19. Hayley Katkowski, Westford

2013 BOYS
1. Diego Fagundez, New England Revolution Academy (3)
3. Dominik Machado, Attleboro (64)
5. Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu, Roxbury Latin
6. Aidan Browne, Boston Latin
7. Matt Nyeayea, Worcester South
9. Marc Greenblatt, Winchester
12. Federico Ferre, Waltham
13. Matthew Callahan, Newton North
15. David Hepp, Natick

2013 GIRLS
2. Hayley Dowd, Peabody (6)
3. Lauren Berman, Canton (10)
7. Jillian Clapp, Marshfield
11. Kim Slade, Wachusett
12. Maddie Brosler, Millis
16. Kendall Andrew, Oliver Ames
17. Samm Alves, Sharon
18. Meg James, Sharon
20. Andrea O’Brien, Concord-Carlisle

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."