RHS Sports Roundup

RHS Golfers Top NE Voke in Finale

The Revere/Malden co-op golf team ended its season on a high note with a victory over non-league rival Northeast Regional last Tuesday at Mt. Hood.

The teams played a stableford (6 points per birdie, 4 points per par, 2 points per bogey, 1 point per double bogey) format, with coach Brandon Pezzuto’s Golden Patriot Tornados carrying the day by an 11-point margin.

The leading point contributors for Revere/Malden were Jake Simpson (23), Ryan Willett (20), and Alexio Trichillo (20).

RHS Girls Cross Country Tops Somerville

The Revere High girls cross country team ended its dual-meet season on a winning note with a victory over Greater Boston League rival Somerville last Wednesday.

“The race at the top was competitive, with about 45 seconds separating 3rd place from 5th place,” said RHS head coach Katie Sinnott.

Both Yasmin Riazi and Christy Ly ran personal best home race times, as well as personal best paces.

“Yasmin took over a minute per mile off her last race, a break-out race for her,” noted Sinnott.

Rocio Gonzalez Castillo and Jessica Medina also turned in personal best home race times, and Carly Bennett ran her best race of the year.

“This was our last dual meet of the season and it is evident how much time and work the girls have put in,” said Sinnott. “The girls are racing their best of the season and look to run strong at the GBL Meet.”

The GBL Meet is scheduled for today (Wednesday).

Overall results

Revere 15, Somerville 50

Individual results

Rocio Gonzalez Castillo – 2nd overall – 22:27

Carly Bennett – 4th overall – 22:45

Yasmin Riazi – 5th overall – 23:30

Christy Ly – 8th overall – 25:40

Samantha Solis – 9th overall – 28:17

Maajda Louaddi – 10th overall – 29:08

Jessica Medina – 11th overall – 40:36

RHS Boys Soccer Ties Chelsea, Rips Malden

The Revere High boys soccer team enjoyed a successful week, earning two victories and a tie.

The deadlock came last Tuesday with Greater Boston League rival Chelsea, a battle that saw the teams duel to a 1-1 standoff.

Keny Guerrero Alvarez, assisted by Bryan Medina, scored the Patriot goal.

The Patriots had better success finding the back of their opponent’s net two days later on Thursday when they easily-handled Malden, 5-1, on the Golden Tornados home field at Pine Banks.

Five different Patriots contributed to the goal-scoring spree: Felipe Maia (assisted by K. Bonn Quiroz), David Paiva (from David Marquez), Guererro (from Paiva), Jeferson Oineda Mejia (from Paiva), and Joao Victor Cunha (from Mejia).

The Patriots were scheduled to meet non-league rival Charlestown on Friday, but won the game by forfeit.

Coach Manny Lopes and his crew, who now stand at 8-5-4, will conclude their regular season this Saturday morning when they host non-league opponent Newton North at Harry Della Russo Stadium. The opening kick-off is set for 10:00.

The Patriots then will await word of their seeding and first-round opponent in the MIAA post-season state tournament.

Impressive Performances for RHS Boys Cross Country

Although the Revere High boys cross-country team came out on the short end (actually, the long end in cross country) of a 15-46 decision to unbeaten Somerville last Wednesday, RHS head coach Mike Flynn was pleased with his team’s individual performances.

Mo Ouakani came in 7th with a personal record (PR) on the Patriots’ home course in a time of 18:12.

“Mo deserves a lot of credit for having his PR on the final home race,” said Flynn.

Right behind Ouakani was Victor Pelatere, who finished 8th in a clocking of 18:13.

“Victor deserves a lot of credit because he hasn‚Äôt felt well in a few weeks and ran an excellent race while not being close to prime running shape,” noted Flynn.

Trey Delaney came in 11th with a time of 19:07, followed by Brayden Shanley, who ran an excellent race. Brayden finished in 13th with a PR on his home course of 19:45.

“This is the first time that Brayden broke 20 minutes on the home course, which is a testament to his dedication this season,” said Flynn.

Miguel Leonarte finished in 16th place with a time of 21:04 and Santiago Gil ran his PR on the home course, coming in 19th with a time of 25:40.

Flynn and his crew were set to compete in the GBL Meet today (Wednesday).

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