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Vancouver Whitecaps FC Residency teams in first place in Northwest Division

Vancouver Whitecaps FC Residency teams are both in first place in their division after home wins over Juventus Sport Club and San Jose Earthquakes this weekend.

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U-18

The ‘Caps cruised to a 4-0 victory against Juventus Sport Club on Saturday with goals from Terran Campbell, Matthew Baldisimo, Alphonso Davies, and Daniel Sagno.

Whitecaps FC U-18 lineup vs. Juventus Sport Club
Luciano Trasolini; Andre Baires, Vana MarkarianQuinn Bredin, Andre Earthy-Find (Frazer Poulter); Matthew Baldisimo, Marcello Polisi (David Norman 60’); Zoom Langwa (Thomas Gardner 60’), Terran Campbell, Cole Morokhovich (Alphonso Davies 65’); Daniel Sagno

Sunday provided a bigger test for the Blue and White with first place in the Northwest Division on the line against San Jose Earthquakes.

The visiting Quakes opened the scoring on 28 minutes, but the ‘Caps responded immediately. Kadin Chung and Daniel Sagno put together great interplay down the right wing, leading to a fine run and goal from David Norman to level the score at 1-1 only two minutes after San Jose's goal. Then, just before halftime, Thomas Gardner scored for a 2-1 advantage and momentum clearly in favour of the home team.

A red card to Norman in the second half had the ‘Caps down a man, but it would be the Blue and White who scored again through Cole Morokhovich for a 3-1 win.

“Two good performances from the boys this weekend,” said Whitecaps FC U-18 head coach Rich Fagan. “Everyone has contributed over the Saturday and Sunday matches, and that now has us in a good position heading into our matches in Florida.”

Whitecaps FC U-18 lineup vs. San Jose Earthquakes

U-16

The U-16s started their weekend with a 2-0 win against Juventus Sport Club with first half goals from Michael Baldisimo and Theo Bair.

Whitecaps FC U-16 lineup vs. Juventus Sport Club

Sunday brought another close match, but a controlled performance from the ‘Caps. Michael Baldisimo again scored, this time in the second half, to earn a 1-0 win over San Jose Earthquakes.

Whitecaps FC U-16 vs. San Jose Earthquakes

Trevor Schneider; Terrell Smith, Liam Robinson, Joel Harrison, Chris Guerreiro; Andres Charles-Barrera; Michael Baldisimo; Nicolas Apostol, Alphonso Davies, Noah Verhoeven (Georges Mukumbilwa 67'); Alan Camacho (Theo Bair '58)

“All in all, two decent performances, two clean sheets, and two good results,” said Whitecaps FC U-16 head coach Adam Day. “We now have time to prepare for our first match in Florida against FC Dallas, which we are naturally really looking forward to.”

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