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Union 2 comes from behind to draw Hartford Athletic 3-3

Stafford, Sullivan and Borgelin scored in the mid-day friendly in Connecticut



Caden Stafford, Quinn Sullivan and Shanyder Borgelin scored to earn the Philadelphia Union II a hard fought come-from-behind 3-3 draw in a mid-day friendly at Hartford Athletic on Wednesday.

Head coach Marlon LeBlanc brought seven first team players with him for the friendly against the USL Championship side, including goalkeeper Greg Ranjitsingh, who showed well early to keep the deficit to just one after an early goal from Bradford Jamison IV.

Ranjitsingh, Brandan Craig and Jack McGlynn all put in a 90-minute shift while Nathan Harriel, Cole Turner and Quinn Sullivan played 74 minutes. Trialist Ryan Kingsford (Harcum College / West Chester United) replaced Paxten Aaronson in the 70th minute.

Union II returns home Sunday for an afternoon friendly against Loudoun United at the Power Training Center.

HFD – Bradford Jamison IV (Gabriel Torres) 3’
PHI – Caden Stafford (Nathan Harriel) 13’
HFD – Thomas Janjigian 43’
HFD – Juan Carlos Obergon Jr. (Danny Barrera) 59’
PHI – Quinn Sullivan 62’
PHI – Jack Jasinski 84’


Philadelphia Union 2: Greg Ranjitsingh; Jackson Gilman, Brandan Craig, Mani Diop, Nathan Harriel (Jack Jasinski 74’); Cole Turner (Anthony Ramirez 74’), Dante Huckaby, Jack McGlynn, Quinn Sullivan (Ian Abbey 74’); Paxten Aaronson (Trialist 70’, Jake Spadafora 83’), Caden Stafford (Shanyder Borgelin 70’).

Substitutes not used: Ben Martino

Matthew Ralph is the managing editor of Philadelphia Soccer Now / Brotherly Game. He's covered soccer at all levels for many years in the Philadelphia region and has also written for, NPSL, PrepSoccer and other publications. He lives with his wife and two young children in Broomall, Pa., but grew up in South Jersey and is originally from Kansas.

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