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Revere picked up a 6-1 win over Lynn English.

Kesley Morales scored on a feed from Catalina Chizavo and Sandra Torres. Kaylin Oliva Folgar found the net on a feed from Erika Mejia. Sandra Torres added an unassisted goal, and Ari Pina from Oliva Folgar.

Kathy Granados scored on a pass from Emily Torres, and Samarah Paiva found the net on a pass from Amilee Alvarez Hernandez.

Revere also beat Lynn Classical, 3-0, another Greater Boston League win, and climbed to 9-0-1.

The Patriots got goals from Paiva, who scored from a pass from Mejia.

Chizavo scored with an assist from Mejia. Mejia then followed by scoring on a free kick in the second half.

Nisrin Sekkat recorded another shoutout of the season coming up big with some saves in the second half.

Revere is ranked No. 52 in Division 3 out of 67 teams in the latest MIAA rankings. The top 32 make the postseason. Those who don’t crack the top 32 but finish with a .500 winning percentage also make the postseason.


Revere/Malden golf team cruising along


Revere/Malden topped Medford, 47-25, on the links in Greater Boston League action last week at Mount Hood Golf Course in Melrose. The Patriots climbed to 6-1-1 on the season.

“The coaching staff was particularly impressed with the significant improvement in our team’s ball striking,” Revere/Malden coach Brandon Pezzuto said. “The coaches observed an increased number of fairways in regulation, and greens in regulation. Our golfers have been improving each match, and we are very happy with the progress we have seen thus far. As a whole, we have worked on controlling our tempo to hit more controlled shots, keeping more shots in play and in better positions to improve our scores.”

Many of the team’s golfers are beginning to compress the ball, causing the ball to project off the clubface, the coach added.

“Our focus moving forward will be strictly our short games, specifically lag putting, focusing on two putts rather than three putts, chipping with numerous clubs and pitching the ball with the goal of getting up and down,” Pezzuto said. “We are confident if our golfers approach our short-game work as deliberately as our work on the full swing they will further develop their repertoire of shots, filling the golf shot toolbox with even more tools.”

Some highlights from the Medford win include No. 2 Frankie Annunziata of Revere winning his match, 6-3, with a great birdie of the 165-yard, par 3 following a great approach shot to 3 feet.

No. 5 Jonathan Wells of Revere won his match, 7-2, with a well-played opening birdie on the 470-yard par 5.

Malden’s Tommy Cronin at No. 6 won, 7.5-1.5, with a steady round of solid play.

No. 7 Ollie Svendsen of Revere consistently battled and won his match, 6-3, and No. 8 Ryan Coggswell of Malden kept his ball in play and won, 7.5-1.5.

“Mount Hood is certainly a challenging course if you find yourself in difficult positions,” Pezzuto said. “And I think our golfers have learned that through our practice sessions. We were able to simplify the course by playing short of the greens as opposed to directly at flags, running the risk of finding their ball over the green with difficult scrambling positions. Our next match is Thursday 10/5 at Stoneham Oaks against Everett.


Revere boys’ soccer making mark in GBL


The Revere boys’ soccer team is having a solid first half of the season at 6-2-1. That record put the Patriots at No. 30 in Division 2 out of 59 teams according to the latest MIAA rankings.

Nicolas Morgira (three), Kaue Alves (five), Brayan Medina (four), Emmanuel Lopera (one), Jeremy Romero (two) and Santiago Velez (one) have the goals on the season. Medina (three), Eric DeCarvalho (one), Santiago Velez (three) and Francisco Navarette (one) have the helpers for the Patriots.


Revere volleyball nets first two victories


Revere picked up its first two wins on the volleyball courts in convincing fashion, 3-1 over Lynn English and 3-0 over Medford. The Patriots improved to 2-11.
Wednesday 3-1 W @ Lynn English

Against Lynn English, Susan Lemus Chavez had five aces, six kills and 12 assists.

Liv Yuong had four aces and 10 kills. Danna Canas had seven kills, and Samantha Hoyos had six aces.

Lemus Chavez had five aces, six kills and 14 assists against Medford.

Lea Doucette had five kills and eight aces,

“Setter Susan Lemus Chavez has been crucial in setting up plays offensively,” Revere coach Emilie Hostetter said. “Hitters Danna Canas and Liv Yuong have been influential in our success.”


Revere field hockey drops Northeast


Revere took care of Northeast Metro Tech, 12-1, in field hockey action. Goals were scored by Matt Terrell, Danni Randall, Isabella Mendieta and Gemma Stamatopoulos (with assists by Bella Stamatopoulos and Jullia Martins).

“Our team came together and played hard all four quarters,” Revere coach Alex Butler said.

The team also fell to Greater Boston League rival Everett, 2-0.

“The game posed many unique challenges, many of which were out of our team’s control, that our team faced with grit and poise but ultimately did not result in a win on the scoreboard,” Butler said. “However, the sportsmanship our team displays on and off the field is always something we are proud of.”


Revere cross country tops Everett


The Revere girls cross country team came away with another win, beating Everett, 15-50.

The team in the home meet took five of the top seven spots in the race.

Olivia Rupp led the race from the start. Hiba El Bzyouy and Daniela Santana Baez each ran personal best paces.

“Hiba has been a great addition to the team and has bettered her race pace in every race this season,” Revere coach Katie Sinnott said. “This is a great accomplishment. It is also fantastic to have a strong group of runners so that when one runner is not having the greatest race day, the rest of the team steps up and pushes through.”

Revere individual results:

Olivia Rupp – 1st overall – 23:17

Hib El Bzyouy – 2nd overall – 23:43

Rocio Gonzalez Castillo – 3rd overall – 24:29

Daniela Santana Baez – 4th overall – 25:10

Yasmin Riazi – 6th overall – 27:01

Stephanie Reyes – 8th overall – 31:11

Anahis Vasquez – 9th overall – 36:56

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