Fall sports update: week of September 14

Aidan McKee and Chloe Grimm

Men’s Cross Country – The team went to Howe Meadow for their senior night against Kent Roosevelt for their only home meet of the season. The team won with a perfect score of 15 with Revere scoring all top five positions. The team will travel to Boardman this Saturday for an invitational. 

 

Men’s Golf – On Tuesday, the team will defend its home course Fairlawn Country Club against the Magics of Barberton. Then on Thursday, the squad will travel to Tallmadge to battle the Blue Devils.

 

Men’s Soccer – The undefeated team lost their first game away at Hudson last Saturday 2-1. The goal was scored by sophomore Joe Brown. The team played a make-up game against Norton Monday and won 2-1. On Tuesday, the team faced Barberton in a match they won 8-0.

 

Football – On Friday, the team traveled to Cuyahoga Falls where they bested the Black Tigers in a 21-7 victory. The Minutemen were propelled by a rushing attack led by sophomore Rowan Klein who carried the ball for two touchdowns and 101 yards on 11 carries. They will travel to Tallmadge to battle the Blue Devils on Friday.

 

Women’s Cross Country – The team faced Kent Roosevelt Tuesday for their only home meet of the season and celebrated their senior night. The team defeated Kent, and will travel to Boardman this Saturday for an invitational. 

 

Women’s Golf – On Wednesday, the team will defend its home course Fairlawn Country Club against the Fighting Irish of St. Vincent – St. Mary 

 

Women’s Soccer – The team stayed home on Thursday to defend their home turf, where they bested Field in a 5-1 victory over the Falcons. This week the team traveled to Wadsworth on Monday and lost 3-2. They will travel to Barberton on Wednesday.

 

Women’s Tennis – On Thursday, the team was defeated at home in a 4-1 bout against Hoban. On Monday, the team bested rival Copley High School in a 4-1 rout.

 

Volleyball – The Minutemen traveled to Highland on Thursday to face the Hornets, and lost 3-2. Despite a 2-set rally in the bottom of the match’s first half, the team was unable to best a 5-1 Highland squad.