RHS Sports Roundup

RHS Girls Soccer Senior Night Tomorrow; Bettero Nears 100 Goals

As the RHS girls soccer team heads into the last two weeks of the season, the Lady Patriots, who stand at 8-5-1, will be looking to clinch a spot in the post-season state tournament.

In addition, senior captain Carolina Bettero, who has 97 career goals, will be looking achieve the coveted 100-goal milestone.

The Revere girls recently dropped a 2-1 decision to Lynn Classical.

“We have had some heart-breaking games this season and this was among them,” said RHS head coach Megan O’Donnell. “Classical is a great team with a great coach who makes these games fun.

“We had great play from our freshman goalkeeper, Nisrin Sekkat, and solid defense from Ari Pina, Giselle Salvador, Sandra Torres, and Emily Gomes,” said O’Donnell.

“Our midfield has been solid all season, coming from all different players, Catalina Chizavo, Erika Mejia, Angela Huynh, and Nahomy Martinez,” O’Donnell added. “We also have had solid leadership up at the striker position from Kyra Delaney and Carolina Bettero.”

This past Thursday the Lady Patriots traveled to Medford and lost another heartbreaker, 2-1, to a strong Lady Mustang team.

“We had solid midfield play from Nahomy Martinez, Erika Mejia, and Catalina Chizavos,” O’Donnell noted. “We had plenty of chances, but the Medford keeper was on her ‘A game’ against us.”

However, the Lady Patriots concluded their week by breaking into the win column with a 4-2 triumph against Somerville.

Bettero was on fire, torching the Lady Highlander net for all four of the Revere goals.

“Our keeper, Nisrin Sekkat, had an unbelievable game in goal for us, making some awesome saves,” added O’Donnell.

O’Donnell and her crew will host Malden tomorrow evening (Thursday) for Senior Night festivities under the lights at Harry Della Della starting at 6:00.

“We have our eyes set on making the tournament this season,” said O’Donnell.

RHS Volleyball Wraps up Regular Season Today

The Revere High volleyball team will conclude its regular season today (Wednesday) with a match at Everett. 

Coach Lianne Mimmo and her squad celebrated Senior Night in appropriate fashion last Monday with a 3-0 victory over Chelsea.

Two days later the Patriots came up on the short end of a 3-2 decision at Malden. 

“Unfortunately, we struggle to maintain our leads, and that was the case in this match,” said Mimmo.

Last Friday Revere traveled to Winchester, currently ranked 12th in Division 1.

“We lost 3-0, but we had some pretty competitive sets,” Mimmo noted.

After today’s contest with Everett, Mimmo and her crew will await word of their seeding and opening game pairing in the upcoming state tournament.

RHS Girls Cross Country Tops Chelsea

The Revere High girls cross country team hosted Chelsea last week and emerged with a victory.

On her last race on home turf, senior Carly Bennett ran strong and finished third overall. Sophomore Rocio Gonzalez Castillo led the race from the first step as she continues to improve. Rocio ran her home-best course time and easily finished first.

Overall results:

Revere 15, Chelsea 50

Individual results:

1st = Rocio Gonzalez Castillo – 22:51

3rd = Carly Bennett – 24:12

5th = Yasmine Riazi – 26:51

6th = Christy Ly – 27:03

7th = Samantha Solis – 30:33

Coach Katie Sinnott and her crew were set to wrap up their regular season dual-meet schedule today (Wednesday) at Somerville and then will compete in the Greater Boston League championship meet next Wednesday at Macdonald Park in Medford.

RHS Boys Soccer Wins Two Contests

The Revere High boys soccer team turned in a busy and productive week of action this past week.

Last Saturday (October 9), the Patriots battled Division 1 power St. John’s Prep to a nil-nil standoff.

However, two days later coach Manny Lopes’s crew found the range in their contest with Boston Latin to come away with a 4-2 victory.

The goal-scorers for the Patriots were Keny Guerrero Alvarez (assisted by Luis Marquez), captain David Marquez (assisted by Felipe Maia), Kevin Rivas Flores (unassisted), and David Marquez again for his second goal of the game (assisted by Jeferson Pineda Mejia).

Last Tuesday, the Patriots edged Lynn English, 2-1. Bryan Medina (assisted by David Marquez) and David Marquez (unassisted) reached the back of the English net.

Revere’s lone setback of the week came against undefeated Medford, which sits atop the GBL standings,  by a score of 2-0. The Mustangs have allowed only seven goals all season.

Lopes and his squad, who stand at 6-5-3 on the season, were scheduled to host Chelsea yesterday (Tuesday) and will play at Malden tomorrow (Thursday). They will go to Charlestown on Friday.

Short-Handed RHS Boys Come up Short vs. Chelsea

The Revere High boys cross country team, which was missing its top runner, Victor Pelatere, who was out sick, ran up against a strong Chelsea team last Wednesday and came up on the short end of an 18-41 decision on the Patriots’ home course behind Revere High School.

“Chelsea has a really solid team,” said RHS head coach Mike Flynn. “We were short-handed with our top runner being sick, but I was very proud of the boys because most of them earned a personal record (PR) on their home course.”

The individual results for the Patriots were as follows:

5th:  Trey Delaney: 18:40 (his PR);

6th:  Mohamad Ouakani: 18:56 (close to his PR);

7th:  Miguel Leonarte: 19:03 his PR;

10th:  Brayden Shanley: 20:02 his PR; and

13th:  Santiago Gill: 30:24 his PR

 Flynn and his crew travel to Somerville today (Wednesday) and will compete in the GBL Meet next Wednesday at Macdonald Park in Medford.

RHS Golfers Conclude Season

The Revere/Malden co-op golf team wrapped up its season this past week.

In a 47-25 victory over Lynn English, Ollie Svendsen played number two and won his match, 5.5-3.5. Jake Simpson played in the No. 6 slot and won his match 5-4.

The Patriot Tornados also played well, though coming up short, in a 40-32 loss to Somerville.

The highlight of the match was provided by junior Ryan Willett, playing at No. 3, who deadlocked his Somerville counterpart, 4.5-4.5, tying the match on the last hole.

The Revere lineup featured senior captain Alexio Trichillo at No. 1, sophomore Ollie Svendsen at No. 2, junior captain Joe Lydon at No. 4, sophomore Saul Kurenberg at No. 5, sophomore Jake Simpson at No. 6, sophomore Jacky Summers at No. 7, and Ryan Cogswell at No. 8.

The Greater Boston League Open was held this past Thursday at the Unicorn Golf Course in Stoneham. Each GBL school sends it top two players.

Alexis Trichillo and Ryan Willett represented the Revere/Malden program.

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