Academy remains unbeaten at MHTC in 2020

The FC Cincinnati Academy went unbeaten against Internationals in USSF Development Academy regular-season action at the Mercy Health Training Center on Saturday, March 7. The Under-17’s played to a scoreless draw while the Under-15’s won, 6-0. Ryder Mills logged a hat-trick for the Orange and Blue.Under-17’s 

FC Cincinnati 0, Internationals 0

Mercy Health Training Center – Turf Field | Milford, Ohio

March 7, 2020

Although FC Cincinnati held possession and dictated the tempo of the game, the club was unable to score a goal. The closest opportunity came in the 19th minute. Arquimides Ordonez (Fort Thomas, Ky.) dribbled from the right flank and took a shot on goal as he approached the endline. The shot was parried away by the goalkeeper over the crossbar for a corner kick

Scoring Summary


FC Cincinnati: Beckham Sunderland (GK), Arnel Miscic, Blake Ivey, Maxwell Miller, Tacobi Nsimpasi, Daniel Samways (Ashton Kamdem 83’), Ethan Mills (Manuel Gutierrez 66’), Arquimides Ordonez, Charlie Hamann, William Bernhard (Andrew Boettcher 77’), William Bencic

Misconduct Summary

CIN – Arnel Miscic (caution) 56’

CIN – Daneil Samways (caution) 60’

INT – Ian Yarwood (caution) 90’


FC Cincinnati 6, Internationals 0

Mercy Health Training Center – Turf Field | Milford, Ohio

March 7, 2020

Adal Salinas (Cincinnati, Ohio) put the Orange and Blue ahead in the fourth minute, when he pounced on a rebound. Seconds before the first half ended, Travis Smith (Prospect, Ky.) lofted a through ball to Ryder Mills (West Chester, Ohio). Mills dribbled past the Internationals’ goalkeeper and scored his first goal of the afternoon. In the 49th minute, Salinas dribbled towards goal from the half-field line and threaded a through ball to Mills, who slotted the ball inside the right post. Salinas and Mills connected once again in the 63rd minute. Mills got behind Salinas’s low cross and completed his hat-trick. Salinas was fouled right outside of the penalty box in the 71st minute. Bennet Gerak (Villa Hills, Ky.) curled a shot inside the far post for FCC’s fifth goal. Gavin Green (Florence, Ky.) scored the last goal of the match in the 78th minute, when he beat the backline of Internationals and poked the ball past the goalkeeper.

Scoring Summary

CIN – Adal Salinas (unassisted) 4’

CIN – Ryder Mills (Travis Smith) 40’

CIN – Ryder Mills (Adal Salinas) 49’

CIN – Ryder Mills (Adal Salinas) 63’

CIN – Bennet Gerak (unassisted) 71’

CIN – Gavin Green (Matthew Dreas) 78’

FC Cincinnati: Austin Wells (Eli Cogan 69’) (GK), Travis Smith (Grady Johnson 67’), Adam Enouen (Andrew Gaydosh 69’), Sam Vota, Jonah Arszman, Silas Borgman (Gregory “Tre” Jervier 60’), Matthew Dreas, Nicholas McHenry (Gavin Green 67’), Nicholas Samways (Bennet Gerak 60’), Adal Salinas, Ryder Mills (James Jackson 69’)

Misconduct Summary

CIN – Sam Vota (caution) 46’

CIN – Blake Gordon (caution) 67’