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Revolution Grab Five Youth Awards

The future is bright for the New England Revolution.

If this year's U.S. Soccer Development Academy (USSDA) awards are any indication, the future is bright for the New England Revolution.

The Revs captured five USSDA awards, according to a release from Tuesday. Highlights include Bryan Scales being named as the Eastern Conference's under-15/16 Coach of the Year and current first-team player Zachary Herivaux earning a spot on the Eastern Conference's U-17/18 starting XI.

Three of the Revolution's five awards came at the U-15/16 level. Goalkeeper Troy Miller and defender Daniel Jones were included in the Eastern Conference's U-15/16 starting XI while Scales was listed as Coach of the Year.

Scales' U-16 team went 12-5-9 in the regular season, entering the playoffs as the 18th seed. The team would advance as far as the USSDA Quarterfinals before being ousted by the higher-ranked Philadelphia Union.

Going up an age group, Herivaux was the sole Revs representative on the Eastern Conference's U-17/18 starting XI. Herivaux spent time as both a defender and midfielder for the U-18s, also serving as captain. He signed as a Homegrown in May, forgoing the opportunity to play at Providence College.

The final youth award bestowed upon the Revs was from U-13/14 level as squad was recognized as having the best style of play in the East. The Revolution U-14s are led by head coach Gary Hall and only had one loss in 28 games this year.