Revere fall sports seasons come to an end

Mikey Kahoe, Associate Editor

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All Revere fall sports teams have ended their regular seasons, and some of those teams made appearances in the state tournament. 

The football team, men’s and women’s soccer teams, golf teams, cross country teams and volleyball team ended their regular seasons. The men’s soccer team ended the regular season 6-6-3 as the third seed in the Kent district. Head coach Nick DePompei commented on what the team must do to succeed in the postseason.

“This group needs to be organized defensively and counter on teams with pace. If we can do that and focus on the details throughout the game this group has potential to go as far as they want,” DePompei said. 

The team lost in the district semi-final on Tuesday, October 22 vs Aurora.

The women’s soccer team has a record of 7-4-3 as they enter the playoffs as the second seed in their district. Head coach Dave Howson spoke about what the team must do to succeed in the playoffs.

“They have to believe in themselves and play as well as I know they can. When the girls play well, they are a very good team,” Howson said.

The team won the District semi-final game against Streetsboro high school and lost Thursday, October 24 vs Copley high school with a score of 3-4. 

The men’s and women’s cross country teams finished their regular season and competed in the Suburban League meet. The men’s team placed second at the Firebird invitational in Dayton and the women’s team placed second in the Avon invitational. 

The volleyball team finished their season 15-4, earning a spot in the playoffs. Senior player Alanna Ramsey commented on some of the team’s achievements throughout the season.

“Tallmadge is our biggest rival and we often receive a lot of trash talk from the team. It was important that we shut them down,” Ramsey said. 

The team lost on Wednesday, October 23 in the district semi-final. 

No one from the mens or women’s golf teams moved on to the playoffs. Senior golfer Madeline Frayser commented on how the team can improve in the future.

“The team did well this year, we had new coaches so there was a big adjustment to this season. Being a senior and it being my last year, I hope I helped the underclassmen carry on the team for future seasons,” Frayser said.

The football team ended their season with a record of 5-5. The team won their final game against Bay High School 23-21.

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