RHS Sports Roundup

RHS Boys Soccer Blows Away Tornados; Patriots are Tops in GBL

The Revere High boys soccer team concluded their 2021 Fall II season with a resounding 9-0 victory over the Golden Tornadoes of Malden High this past Monday.

Senior Estiven Vasco led the Patriot offensive onslaught with three goals and an assist. Senior captains Michael Maldonado and Diego Salcedo both scored a goal and earned two assists.

Senior Octavio Buenrostro added a goal and an assist. Seniors Juan Perez, Milton Guerra, and Mateo Gavrina also joined in the goal-scoring party, with all three reaching the back of the Malden net. David Vera picked up an assist on the day.

In a 4-2 triumph at Chelsea last Thursday, senior forward Andres Callejas provided the offensive impetus with a hat trick. Andres’s first goal, which was unassisted, gave the Patriots a 1-0 lead. 

Junior midfielder David Marquez made it 2-0 with an unassisted tally. Callejas then added two insurance goals, assisted by junior midfielder David Paiva and senior captain Maldonado, for the 4-0 finale.

Last Tuesday, coach Manny Lopes’s squad edged Medford, 3-1.

Maldonado, assisted by Vasco, scored the initial Patriot goal. Fellow captain Salcedo scored what would prove to be the game-winner with an unassisted marker and Vasco added some insurance with an unassisted goal.

Lopes and his crew thus concluded a highly-successful 2021 campaign in which they compiled a 6-1 record against their seven Greater Boston League opponents to achieve the top mark in the GBL.

RHS Field Hockey Team Tops Everett

The Revere High field hockey team earned a 3-0 victory over Everett last Wednesday.

Goal-scorers for the Patriots were Alannah Burke, assisted by Julianna Raffa;  Burke again, assisted by Skyla DeSimone and Raffa; and Gianna Uminski, assisted by DeSimone.

“Our goalie, Adrianna Fusco, put on an incredible show,” said RHS head coach Briana Scata. “She stopped 10 shots on net to earn the shutout.”

RHS Boys Cross-Country Defeats Malden, 25-30

The Revere High boys cross-country team earned a solid 25-30 victory this past Monday against Greater Boston League rival Malden.

Patriot junior captain Victor Palatere remained undefeated in the Fall II season, coming across the line in first place with a time of 17:56.

Freshman Trey Delaney continued to run well and improve, grabbing third place with a clocking of 19:03.

Miguel Leonarte ran a strong race and finished sixth in 21:36. He was followed by Brayden Shanley in seventh spot in 22:06 and Vincent Nichols in eighth in 22:16.

In a meet last week against Everett, Pelatere once again took first place for the Patriots, finishing ahead of the pack with a time of 18:08 at Macdonald Park in Medford.

“Victor ran a smart race and set the pace for our number two runner,” said RHS head coach Mike Flynn.

The next Patriot across the line was freshman Delaney, who grabbed third place with a clocking of 18:37. “Trey ran a great race,” noted Flynn.

Sophomores Nichols and Shanley finished seventh and eighth respectively in times of 21:49 and 21:55.

“Both Vincent and Brayden ran strong races,” Flynn added. “All of our runners ran very well. They keep improving and I’m very proud of them.”

On the girls’ side, Rocio Gonzalez Castillo, the lone girl who is running in the Fall II season, competed with the boys and finished in fifth place with a time of 21:48. 

“Rocio ran along with the boys and did really well,” said RHS girls head coach Katie Sinnott. “It was probably her best race of the season so far.  She looked strong throughout and kicked in at the end to pass a fellow runner.”

The boys and girls teams were scheduled to meet Chelsea tomorrow (Thursday).

Senior Night Tonight for RHS Volleyball

The Revere High volleyball team is scheduled to conduct its Senior Night festivities this evening (Wednesday) when the Patriots host Chelsea.

In a contest last week, coach Lianne Mimmo’s squad earned a 3-0 shutout over Lynn English.

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