Whitecaps FC boys academy teams were back in action on Sunday, taking on rivals Portland Timbers in Oregon.
The U-19s came back twice from a goal down to win 3-2 over their Cascadia rivals.
Emiliano Brienza scored the first goal for the U-19s pic.twitter.com/23L7cbK9tl— Whitecaps FC Academy (@WFCAcademy) October 8, 2019
Thomas Raimbault scored the next two in a 3-2 victory pic.twitter.com/9Oqn4g8k2N— Whitecaps FC Academy (@WFCAcademy) October 8, 2019
The U-17s went down 3-0 early before pulling back to 3-2 in the second half, but ultimately fell by a 5-2 final score.
Caleb Vallance struck for the U-17s pic.twitter.com/0g03yDJD4M— Whitecaps FC Academy (@WFCAcademy) October 8, 2019
Muslim Umar finished this goal in the box pic.twitter.com/Qab7jHjaqd— Whitecaps FC Academy (@WFCAcademy) October 8, 2019
The U-15s fell by a 2-1 score to the Timbers.
Jay Herdman scored the goal for the ‘Caps.
The U-17s and U-15s will play their first round of Generation adidas Cup qualifiers this weekend at Dick’s Sporting Good Park in Colorado.
Playing in Group A, both teams will face their counterparts from FC Dallas on Friday, the host Colorado Rapids on Saturday, and LAFC on Monday.
For the complete GA Cup qualifying schedule and standings, visit mlssoccer.com/generation-adidas-cup/2020/qualifying.