Minutemen Sports Rally

On February 17, 2015, in RASBC, by rasb

Saturday, February 21st at 6:30pm

Minutemen Sports Rally
Raffle Dinner Party

St. George Fellowship Center

3204 Ridgewood Road Fairlawn, Ohio

 

5 Days and counting~!

On January 27, 2015, in RASBC, by rasb

CLICK HERE FOR YOUR DISCOUNTED TICKETS

PRINTABLE FORM AVAILABLE HERE

Minutemen Sports Rally
Raffle Dinner Party

Revere’s Call to Arms!!!

Date: Saturday, February 21st

Location: St. George Fellowship Centre 3204 Ridgewood Road Fairlawn, Ohio

Features: $2,000 Grand Prize, Sideboards, Silent Auction, DJ, Games, Dinner and Drinks included.

Price:  Discounted tickets if you register before 2/1/15:   $120 for a couple.  $70 for a single.

(After 2/1/15: price increases to $140 for a couple and $80 for a single.)

New this year… in addition to your ticket cost…Help make this event even better by becoming an event sponsor!  Gold Sponsor-$50 Platinum Sponsor-$100 addition to the ticket cost.

We are still collecting silent auction items for this event.  If you have an interest in donating, please contact us by replying directly to this email.  Thank you

CLICK HERE FOR YOUR DISCOUNTED TICKETS

PRINTABLE FORM AVAILABLE HERE

 

Letter from the Revere Board of Education

On January 27, 2015, in RASBC, by rasb

A thank you letter from the Revere Board of Education to all the Revere All Sports Booster Club Members.  Your generous and continue support is very appreciated.  Read more here.

 

10 Days Left for Discounted Tickets!

On January 21, 2015, in RASBC, by rasb

CLICK HERE FOR YOUR DISCOUNTED TICKETS

PRINTABLE FORM AVAILABLE HERE

Minutemen Sports Rally
Raffle Dinner Party

Revere’s Call to Arms!!!

Date: Saturday, February 21st

Location: St. George Fellowship Centre 3204 Ridgewood Road Fairlawn, Ohio

Features: $2,000 Grand Prize, Sideboards, Silent Auction, DJ, Games, Dinner and Drinks included.

Price:  Discounted tickets if you register before 2/1/15:   $120 for a couple.  $70 for a single.

(After 2/1/15: price increases to $140 for a couple and $80 for a single.)

New this year… in addition to your ticket cost…Help make this event even better by becoming an event sponsor!  Gold Sponsor-$50 Platinum Sponsor-$100 addition to the ticket cost.

We are still collecting silent auction items for this event.  If you have an interest in donating, please contact us by replying directly to this email.  Thank you

CLICK HERE FOR YOUR DISCOUNTED TICKETS

PRINTABLE FORM AVAILABLE HERE

 

Revere Lacrosse Update

On January 12, 2015, in RASBC, by rasb

To Current, Former and Future Lax Families,

Our Club will have our annual kick off meeting next Wednesday at Pinnacle.

We will talk a little about the Club,

Serve Pizza and Play Catch

Please tell your friends.

Thank you,

Coach

 

For Questions Visit the Website

www.reverelacrosse.com

 

To The Revere Community-

On November 25, 2014, in RASBC, by rasb

We would like to thank everyone in the Revere community for your continued support of the Revere All Sports Booster Club, including our annual membership program, volunteer hours, concession stand assistance, advertisers, donors and the Jared Ellsworth Tournament. Without you none of this would be possible.

Volunteers of the RASBC work quietly behind the scenes carrying out our mission supporting the student athletes of Revere. These faithful volunteers work hundreds of hours each year for the benefit of our students, school and community. We are extremely grateful for their efforts.

We continue to grow our organization and increase the level of support for our student athletes. We are also extremely excited for the future of Revere. Last year we experienced a record increase in participation from middle and elementary school parents and we expect this trend continue.

Below is a summary for last year of how we raised funds and where the money was utilized. Our contributions are vital to the operations and student experience of our athletic programs. Last year we funded over $103,000, including $25,000 as a final turf payment and $22,000 for the new high school scoreboards. We are very proud of these accomplishments.

Please help us help our students by becoming a member and volunteering when possible. Support our advertisers and spread the word that great things are happening at Revere.

Sincerely……….

Alex Burlotos – RASBC President

Dave Holvey – Treasurer

Gretchen Brokloff – Vice President

Tim Baker – Secretary

 

The RASBC raises funds to support Revere students through…..

 

  • Memberships
  • Concession stand sales
  • Ad sales – programs & banners
  • Spiritwear
  • Reverse Raffle Dinner
  • Jared Ellsworth Tournament

 

 

Last year the RASBC funded the following amounts….

 

  • Coaches Clinics                                                                          $4,000
  • Direct purchases – uniforms, equipment, supplies           $14,000
  • Revere High School Scoreboard                                            $22,000
  • Turf final payment and landscaping                                     $27,000
  • Athletes/awards- plaques, pictures, banners                      $7,000
  • Payments to District for sports funds use                            $13,000
  • Scholarships including Jared Ellsworth                                $11,000
  • Jared Ellsworth grants                                                               $5,000
  • Total – $103,000
 

Minutemen Sports Rally/Raffle Dinner

On November 25, 2014, in RASBC, by rasb

Revere’s Call to Arms!!!

 Saturday February 21, 2015

This is a terrific event and a major fundraiser for the RASBC.  The entire Revere Community is invited to this annual gathering where a fun time is guaranteed for all.

Volunteers are needed will be needed to make this event the best ever!  Let us know if you would like to help.

SILENT AUCTION ITEMS NEEDED – Anyone who would like to donate auction items or services please click here for the donation form.  These donations are vital to our fundraising efforts in support of our Revere students.   Thank you!

Location: St. George Fellowship Centre 3204 Ridgewood Road Fairlawn, Ohio  (Click Here for a map)

Features: $2,000 Grand Prize, Sideboards, Silent Auction and Games

Price:  Discounted tickets if you register before 2/1/15:   $120 for a couple.  $70 for a single.  (After 2/1/15: price increases to $140 for a couple and $80 for a single.)

New this year… in addition to your ticket cost…Help make this event even better by becoming an event sponsor!  Gold Sponsor-$50 Platinum Sponsor-$100 addition to the ticket cost.

Register online  or Click here for the printable form!

PROCEEDS SUPPORT REVERE BOOSTER CLUB!

Any Questions……  Please contact Colleen Wertz at colleenw6@yahoo.com

 

Jared Ellsworth Celebration Basketball Tournament

On November 7, 2014, in RASBC, by rasb

Jared Ellsworth Celebration Basketball Tournament

The twelfth annual Jared Ellsworth Basketball Tournament will be held from Wednesday, February 25 through Sunday, March 1, 2015.  The tournament is for Boys 3rd through 6th grade and girls 4th through 6th grade and is held on the campus of the Revere Local School District located in Bath/Richfield, OH.

 The main web-site for the tournament is      http://www.jaredellsworthtournament.org

For additional information you may click on the links below:

COACHES – This year you may register and pay on-line via pay-pal/credit card.  Simply select the number of teams your are registering and click “Pay Now” below to register your team.    The tournament fee per team is $200 and will be billed to your PayPal account or credit card once you complete the transaction via PayPal.

Once payment has been made, email us at jetournament@roadrunner.com indicating that payment has been made with your team name and contact information.  Also include in the email your school district, boys / girls and grade.   A full registration form must still be completed to finalize entry into the Tournament.  The completed and signed Registration Form can be e-mailed to jetournament@roadrunner.com

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High school football/Revere 24, Tallmadge 19: Minutemen build big lead, hold on to hand Blue Devils first loss

Suburban showdown ends with first defeat of year for Blue Devils

By Jeff Brewer
Special to the Beacon Journal

BATH TWP.: Revere football is back.

And Minutemen senior two-way standout Zach Lalkowski is lobbying for more Thursday night games.

Hosting its biggest home game in at least five years, Revere edged Tallmadge 24-19 in a Suburban League showdown at Pappano Stadium.

Behind second-year coach Mike Murphey, Revere (5-1, 3-0) used a dominant first half and survived four second-half turnovers to hand the Blue Devils (5-1, 2-1) their first loss of the season.

Revere led 17-0 at half behind the outstanding play of Lalkowski, a 6-foot-4, 200-pound wide receiver and defensive back. His two tough receptions for 45 yards, fumble recovery and interception were huge in the Minutemen building a lead at intermission.

Lalkowski (five receptions, 87 yards, one touchdown) had plenty of help. The Minutemen swarmed on defense and missed few tackles. Senior defenders Zeck Lehman and Jack Smith (having recovered from a broken hand) came up big for Revere.

The Minutemen also got a solid game from sophomore Clayton Langdon, who carried 16 times for 146 yards and one touchdown. Revere senior quarterback Chase Costanzo completed 12-of-21 throws for 177 yards and one touchdown.

Midway through the third quarter, a clutch 34-yard reception by senior Joe Siesel from senior quarterback Joseph Vassalotti (17-of-36 passing, 272 yards) to the Revere 2 put the Blue Devils on the doorstep. Senior C.J. Berg covered the final 2 yards and Tallmadge was back in the game, trailing 17-7 at 5:30 of the third quarter.

The Blue Devils pulled to within one score after Vassalotti’s completion to senior Latrele Moore resulted in a 71-yard catch-and-run touchdown. A botched extra point left the score at 17-13 with 2:21 left in the third.

Revere showed its mettle on the ensuing possession, driving 76 yards in six plays to go top 24-13 late in the third. Lalkowski finished the drive with an 18-yard scoring reception.

The Blue Devils did not go quietly. After a drive stalled at the Revere 11, Vassa­lotti and Moore hooked up on a 14-yard touchdown pass with 4:53 left to trim Tallmadge’s deficit to 24-19. A two-point pass was incomplete.

The Minutemen went cold on offense and their defense had to rise up to clinch the win. The Blue Devils had yet another opportunity with 2:57 to go and the ball at the 50.

A 33-yard touchdown run by Berg was wiped out by a holding penalty. Then Leh­man and senior Clay Erdie came up with sacks to force Tallmadge into a decisive fourth-and-20 with just over a minute left.

Vassalotti’s desperation pass was batted down and the Revere faithful heaved a sigh of relief.

Revere changed the pace of the game on its second possession, going no-huddle, and moving 54 yards in five plays to the end zone. Costanzo’s 18-yard pass completion to junior Nate Predjov and Langdon’s 31-yard run set up senior Nick Zimmerman’s 4-yard scoring run at 3:55 of the first quarter.

Langdon popped a 44-yard yard touchdown run through the middle of the field and Revere led 14-0 midway through the second quarter.

Langdon’s 15-yard run to convert on third down and a great grab by Lalkowski along the Revere sideline enabled Minutemen senior Brady Tieland to kick a 30-yard field goal with 10 seconds left in the half.

Read the high school blog at http://www.ohio.com/preps.

Find this article at:

http://www.ohio.com/sports/high-school/high-school-football-revere-24-tallmadge-19-minutemen-build-big-lead-hold-on-to-hand-blue-devils-first-loss-1.528220

 

Revere Grad!

On September 16, 2014, in RASBC, by rasb
Gerberich MAAC

EDISON, N.J. – Niagara Purple Eagles freshman goalkeeper Joel Gerberich was named the MAAC Wilson Rookie of the Week after wins over Big 4 rivals Buffalo and St. Bonaventure last weekend.

He opened the two-game set with a three-save performance through 90 minutes of a 2-1 victory over Buffalo in the home opener. The lone goal allowed came on a penalty kick. He followed up with a six-save second half against St. Bonaventure that allowed his squad to come away with a 1-0 win in overtime. The win over the Bonnies was his first collegiate shutout. In total, he played over 182 minutes and made nine saves for a .900 save percentage and a 0.49 goals against average.

“Joel has been solid for us all year both making saves and dealing with crosses,” head coach Eric Barnes said after the shutout on Sunday. “His stats haven’t done him justice. He was an integral part in earning the win on Friday as well as keeping the clean sheet today. He has a very bright future.”

The Purple Eagles are back in action this Sunday when they host Detroit at 2:00 p.m. at Niagara Field.