Since opening the 2023 season with two losses, the Revere High School baseball team has regrouped by taking four of its next five games to eclipse the .500 mark seven games into the campaign. Following a close one-run loss at Cambridge last week, which came on the heels of their 10-run home-opening defeat of Medford, the Patriots collected three consecutive victories.
The most recent of those wins came on Wednesday morning when Revere got a stellar starting-pitching effort from senior Dom Boudreau in an 8-2 road takedown of neighboring rival Everett. Boudreau hurled a complete game and allowed just one hit. He fanned 13 batters. Taking charge on offense against the Crimson Tide were freshman Dom Bellia with three hits, including a triple, and two runs scored, senior Giancarlo Miro, who chipped in with a three-bagger and two runs scored, and juniors Kyle Cummings, who also tripled and drove in a run, and Ollie Svendsen, who clocked a double and drove in three.
Wednesday’s triumph improved the Patriots to 4-3 overall with a home contest against Weston on tap for Friday morning. Revere then plays at Somerville next Monday, April 24.
The Patriots began the winning stretch with a convincing 17-1 defeat of Chelsea last Thursday. Earning their first varsity hits in the victory were senior Jose Mayorga and freshman Frankie Annunziata.
Revere then played another morning contest, this time on the road against Malden on Patriots’ Day. The result of Monday’s tilt was a 5-0 shutout of the Golden Tornadoes. Starting pitcher Kyle Cummings was solid with a 13-strikeout performance, as he went the distance and surrendered just three hits. Cummings also helped his cause offensively by swatting two hits and collecting an RBI. The offensive attack was aided by Brendan Sack with a base hit and an RBI and Sal DeAngelis with a double and a run driven in. Bellia added two sacrifice flies.