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Baseball Pats improve to 5-2 this week

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  By winning five of their first seven contests, the Revere High School Patriots baseball team is off to an impressive beginning to 2022. This week, the Patriots scored two home victories: a close 3-2 triumph over Malden on Monday and a convincing 11-1 win against Everett Wednesday.

  The effort of starting pitcher Domenic Boudreau was the highlight of Monday’s victory. He went the distance, allowing the two runs on just three hits and fanning 12. Meanwhile, the offense mustered enough to bring home the W. Giancarlo Miro led the way with a hit and two runs driven in.

  Several players got into the act offensively in Wednesday’s defeat of the visiting Crimson Tide. Boudreau followed up his pitching performance two days earlier by smacking three hits and driving in three runs. Mike Popp added three RBI of his own with a base hit.

  Contributing two hits each were Brendan Sack (two RBI) and Ollie Svendson (RBI). Sal DeAngelis also finished with a hit and a run batted in. Starting pitcher Kyle Cummings hurled another strong game for Revere. He went the full six innings, striking out seven and giving up just one hit.

  Since losing the season opener to Lynn Classical (a close 3-1 affair), the 5-2 Patriots have won five of the last six games, including their last three in a row after dropping an 11-4 decision at Swampscott last week.

  Revere resumes its season next Monday, April 25, when it hosts Somerville (scheduled 4 p.m. start). The Patriots then have a rematch at Lynn Classical on Wednesday, April 27. It’s a big game, as the Rams currently sit in first place in the Greater Boston League with a 6-0 league mark. Classical was 8-1 overall as of midweek.

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