United States U17 forward Tonny Temple trained with Bethlehem Steel FC while he was back in the area over the weekend.
The Millville, Pa., native, who is part of the final class at the U17 U.S. Soccer Residency Program in Florida, came off the bench in the second half of a scrimmage for Steel FC against the first team on Saturday. The Union won 3-1.
The 16-year-old also trained with the team on Friday, but according to team officials is not training with the team this week.
One of the most prolific scorers in the short history of the Philadelphia Union Academy, Temple netted 23 goals in 16 games for the U14 team over two seasons.
He joined the Union in its first year in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy in 2013-14, but left for the U.S. Residency Program at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida in 2015.
U.S. Soccer announced earlier this month that the current class will be the last for the program, which was founded in 1999.
Temple scored 12 goals in 25 games over the past two seasons for IMG Academy’s U16 and U18 teams in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy.
He was one of 37 players at a U.S. U17 training camp last week. Head coach John Hackworth used the camp, which included a pair of friendlies against Japan, to prepare for qualifying matches for the U17 World Cup.