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Boys fall in 3OT thriller at Beverly

December 30, 2009
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Close only counts in horseshoes, as the saying goes, and the Revere High boys basketball team learned the truth of that axiom after last Monday’s 72-67 loss at Beverly in triple overtime. “Both teams had ample opportunity to win the game in regulation and the first two overtimes,” said RHS head coach Rick Hayes....

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Scata takes first in shotput vs. Gloucester

December 30, 2009
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Briana Scata took first place in the shotput and Jessica Simpson scored points in two events to highlight the RHS girls indoor track team’s meet against Gloucester that was held last Tuesday at Peabody. Scata’s shotput toss of 27 feet easily outdistanced the field, with the next closest competitor coming in at 23-7. Lady...

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Arachiche dashes to victory vs. Gloucester

December 30, 2009
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Souhil Arachiche won the dash event for the second straight meet, speeding to victory in the 45 yard dash in 5.3 seconds in last Tuesday’s meet against Gloucester that was held in Peabody. Chris Panzini grabbed a second place in the1000 yard run in 2:43.9 and Brahim Rhazi did likewise in the mile run...

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Jenkins and Restiano lead Pats to victory in DeCristoforo’s first game

December 16, 2009
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Jenkins and Restiano lead Pats to victory in DeCristoforo’s first game

Junior forward Morgan Jenkins and freshman guard Gena Restiano combined for 41 points as the Revere High girls basketball team opened its season with an impressive 64-41 victory over Medford Friday night. The game marked the head coaching debut at Revere High for Diana DeCristoforo. Jenkins, a two-time league All-Star, scored 20 of her...

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Revere football players help Northeast Regional make history

December 8, 2009
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Revere football players help Northeast Regional make history

The Northeast Regional football team won the first Super Bowl championship in the history of the Wakefield vocational school, defeating Brighton, 22-12, in the Division 4A contest Saturday at Bentley University. Northeast earned the trip to the Bowl by winning the Commonwealth Athletic Conference Small championship and then besting Marian, 24-14, in the semifinals....

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Revere fields a ‘Dream Team’ in the Saugus Invitational All-Star tourney

December 8, 2009
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With a team comprised of 11 and 12 year-old all-stars from both McMackin and St. Mary’s baseball little leagues, Revere competed in the 2009 Saugus Invitational All-Star Tournament along with teams representing Saugus, Wakefield, Malden and Lynnfield. Led by head coach John Leone and assistant coaches Mark Scearbo and Anthony Palermo, Revere dominated and...

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RHS Powder Puff team ready to take on Peabody

November 19, 2009
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By Nicholas DeAngelis Revere Patriots Powder Puff football team faces Peabody this Saturday at 1 pm at Peabody. The Revere Powder Puff tradition had started in the late ‘70s and through the years they have been playing against various teams such as Winthrop, Everett, North Reading, and now Peabody. The Patriots defeated Peabody last...

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Pals rally for fall championship

November 5, 2009
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Pals rally for fall championship

The Revere Pals captured the 2009 Tenth Player fall baseball championship with a thrilling 6-5 comeback victory over the Tenth Player Wreck of Malden team in nine innings on Oct. 26 at St. Mary’s Field in Revere. Sal Guarino had an infield single to drive in the winning run for the Revere 10-12 year-old...

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Rams are great late in victory over Patriots

November 5, 2009
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With nine minutes to play in Friday’s game, the Patriots very much alive in their hopes to upset a very strong Lynn Classical team. Revere trailed by only seven points and had not allowed the Rams to score at all to that point in the second half. Unfortunately, the Lynn Classical quickly offense found...

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Revere falls flat against Lynn English

October 29, 2009
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Revere falls flat against Lynn English

The Revere High Patriots suffered their worst defeat of the season on Friday when they were annihilated, 40-0 by the Lynn English Bulldogs. The already-shorthanded Patriots suffered injuries to a pair of its key players during the loss, bringing the total number of injured starters to a distressing nine. Quarterback Paul Norton took a...

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Patriots come from behind and stun the Tanners

October 21, 2009
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Three years ago, the Revere High Patriots won an 18-6 game against Peabody Tanners at Veterans Memorial High to end a five-game losing streak and a 16-year drought against the Tanners. Last Friday, the Patriots once again turned their fortunes around at the hands of the Tanners by beating Peabody, 27-25. The football rivalry...

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Revere Roundup

October 13, 2009
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Revere Roundup

  Simpson paces girls cross country team In an impressive display of top-of-the-order strength and overall team depth, the Revere High School girls cross country team easily defeated the Salem Witches, 18-45, last week at the three-mile course at Gallows Hill Park in Salem. Jessica Simpson finished first overall, in 21:50, while Caitlyn Caramello...

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The Pats were good, but the Big Blue was better

October 7, 2009
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The Pats were good, but the Big Blue was better

The Revere High Patriots showed flashes of brilliance last Friday against a very formidable Swampscott High team. Unfortunately, most of those flashes occurred in the first half, and the Big Blue eventually snuffed them out and ran away with a 37-14 win over Revere. Not only did the Patriots hang close to Swampscott in...

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Patriots chart a better course

October 3, 2009
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Patriots chart a better course

By Pete Legasey For the Journal Badly needing to wash away the taste of last week’s unsightly loss to Medford High, the Revere High Patriots took a step forward on Friday with a hard-fought effort against Danvers. However, the Pats still have yet to rediscover the form that brought them a victory in Week...

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Offense struggles in nonleague loss to the Mustangs

September 24, 2009
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By Pete Legasey For the Journal A week after pulling out an exhilarating overtime win over Northeast Metro, the Revere High Patriots struggled mightily against Medford High. The Pats were unable to conjure any of the magic they performed a week earlier against the Knights and wound up losing, 33-0. “We just plain got...

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More is better – Weathers rushes for 165 yards as RHS survives in OT

September 19, 2009
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By Pete Legasey For the Journal Tom Brady’s team wasn’t the only group of Patriots to enjoy a dramatic, season-opening win this week. The Revere High varsity football team thrilled its home fans with a 20-14 overtime win over Northeast Metro RVT on Friday night at Della Russo Stadium. A 1-0 record is always...

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Revere Roundup

September 19, 2009
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Panzini is the front man Whether he finishes first, last, or somewhere in the middle, there’s no doubt that Chris Panzini is the pace setter of the Revere High School boys cross country team. A senior captain and a four-year runner, Panzini stands as the vocal and emotional leader of this year’s squad, which...

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City spends a day in the winner’s circle

August 5, 2009
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City spends a day in the winner’s circle

Onwingsandaprayer and jockey Orlando Bocachica rated just off the front-runners and drew off to a 3 1/4 length victory in Saturday’s featured race at Suffolk Downs, the City of Revere Classic, as the track celebrated Revere Day, the sixth of eight Commitment to Community days honoring individuals and organizations that make a positive difference...

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A Giant achievement Wallace’s squad wins its second consecutive title

July 31, 2009
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A Giant achievement Wallace’s squad wins its second consecutive title

By Cary Shuman cary@lynnjournal.com The Giants, under the direction of manager Alex Wallace and coaches Steve Roncevic and Richard DiMartino, captured their second consecutive Revere Little League playoff championship, clinching the title with a 9-2 victory over the Dodgers Saturday at McMackin Field. The Giants, who were 0-16 in the 2007 season, have now...

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Nijinsky Bullet named N.E. Horse of the Year

July 22, 2009
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Nijinsky Bullet named N.E. Horse of the Year

Nijinsky Bulllet, a four-time winner at Suffolk Downs last year, was named the recipient of the 2008 James B. Moseley Horse of the Year Award by the New England Turf Writers Association at its 67th Annual Awards Dinner held this evening at the Danversport Yacht Club in Danvers, MA. Owned by Aurora Springs Stable...

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