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Power Training Complex hosting final home academy games of the year Saturday

Cedar Stars Academy come to town for games kicking off at 10 a.m., noon and 2:30 p.m. in Chester

Matt Ralph

The Philadelphia Union academy teams will host their final home U.S. Soccer Development Academy games of the calendar year on Saturday at Power Training Complex in Chester.

The U19s are coming off of their biggest offensive output of the season - an 8-2 win over Players Development Academy - on Saturday and a scoreless draw against Baltimore Armour.

Jeremy Rafanello and Issa Rayyan each had braces against PDA while Benjamin Ofeimu added his first of the season and Brenden Aaronson had his second goal of the campaign. Rafanello leads the team with a dozen goals in 10 games, good enough for third place in the country. Brady McSwain recorded the clean sheet in his second start in the scoreless draw with Armour.

Their game against Cedar Stars Academy - Monmouth kicks off at 2:30 p.m.

The U17s will be looking to run their unbeaten streak to four after a pair of wins over PDA and Baltimore Armour last weekend.

Axel Picazo had a goal in each match while Aboubacar Camara, Nicholas Blacklock and Adam Lenges also scored in the two wins. Eoin Gawronski recorded his second clean sheet of the season in the shutout over PDA.

Their game against Cedar Stars Academy - Monmouth kicks off at noon.

The U15s kick off at 10 a.m. and will be looking to keep the pressure on first place New York Red Bulls in the Atlantic Division after picking up two more wins last weekend.

Selmir Miscic had a brace to bring his goal scoring haul to 17 in a 2-1 win over PDA and Patrick Bohui had a brace in a 3-0 win over Baltimore Armour. Bohui has six goals in his first five games for the team while Jack Roberto added his first goal and Chay Kaplan recorded his third clean sheet of the season.

The U14s will kick off the same time as the U19s on Saturday while the U13 team kicks off at noon. The U12 games will both kick off at 9 a.m. at YSC Sports.