Revere Women’s Youth Soccer Camp

On June 12, 2014, in Uncategorized, by rasb

Revere Women’s Youth Soccer Camp will be held June23rd thru June 27th.  Please click here for more information.


Youth Football Camp

On May 27, 2014, in Uncategorized, by rasb

Chipotle Fundraiser

On May 27, 2014, in Uncategorized, by rasb
Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support the Revere High School Boys Lacrosse team.  The entire REVERE COMMUNITY is invited including the boys and girls high school, middle school and youth programs. All Revere graduating seniors too!
WHEN – TUESDAY, MAY 27th from 5-8PM
WHERE – Fairlawn Chipotle / Medina & Clev Mass Roads
       WHY – Because REVERE LAX ROCKS & 50% of all proceeds benefits REVERE Lax
Bring in this flyer, smart phone or just tell the cashier you support REVERE!

Athletic Director Update

On April 4, 2014, in Uncategorized, by rasb

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2014 Little Minutemen FootBall Camp

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On February 27, 2014, in Uncategorized, by rasb

A big THANK YOU to those that attended and donated to the Reverse Raffle Dinner!  It was a social and financial success!!!



Saturday, February 22, 2014 at 6:30 pm

RASB’s Annual Revere Reverse Raffle Dinner

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

$2,000 GRAND PRIZE     •     Sideboards, Silent Auction and Games


Revere Reverse Raffle Dinner

On December 12, 2013, in RASBC, by rasb

Save the Date !

Saturday, February 22, 2014 at 6:30 pm

RASB’s Annual Revere Reverse Raffle Dinner

$2,000 GRAND PRIZE     •     Sideboards, Silent Auction and Games

***Discounted Tickets Before 2/1/14 – $100 per couple or $70 single***

Tickets After 2/1/14 – $120 per couple or $80 single

Includes:  Beverages, Dinner and a Raffle Ticket!!

RESERVE A TABLE (8 per table) … Alumni Welcome!


Questions?  Please contact Cheryl Sternasty at 330-666-7104 or



                                            By Michael Beaven  Beacon Journal sports writer

 Published: November 9, 2013 – 07:56 PM
 | Updated: November 11, 2013 – 07:43 AM                                                                                                                                                        


                                  The Revere High School soccer team holds up their  Division II State Championship trophy after defeating Bishop Watterson 2-0 Saturday at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus. (Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal)
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Division II boys soccer state championship: Revere 2, Columbus Bishop Watterson 0
 November 11,2013 12:43 PM GMT
Michael Beaven
Beacon Journal Publishing Co.

COLUMBUS: Revere boys soccer coach Sandor Jakab was in the middle of savoring the moment on the pitch when assistant John Rorabaugh came over to chat him up.Rorabaugh gave Jakab a hug and did his best distraction job as a group of Minutemen sophomores proceeded to dump a cold bucket of ice water on their leader on a cool and windy day at Columbus Crew Stadium.It was celebration time for Revere following its 2-0 victory Saturday over Columbus Bishop Watterson in the Division II state championship match. The title is Revere’s first in an OHSAA state team tournament.Sophomore Daniel Branch scored a goal in the fourth minute and senior Nolan Dyko added a goal in the 32nd minute to lead the Minutemen (21-0-2) over the Eagles (18-5-0).“This is beyond belief,” Jakab said following hugs with his wife, Sherri, and their six children. “It has been a lifelong ambition, but it has also been this team’s ambition to bring a state title to this school. Golly, we are a team. How we came together as a team to get this done this year is unbelievable. What a feeling.”

Revere finished as state runner-up in 2011, 2010 and 1995, and was a state semifinalist participant in 2004 and 2000. The Minutemen have a 78-5-4 record since 2010.

“This was obviously emotional and the third time is the charm I guess,” senior goalkeeper Joel Gerberich said. “Being able to go down and turn to [senior] Chase Somple [and share a hug], this has been what we have been working for all year. This was emotional and awesome.”

Revere held an edge in shots on goal (7-1) and corner kicks (2-0).

“We came out and got those two early goals,” Jakab said. “We knew we had the wind at our back. Branch came out strong and hit that one. Dyko put one away. That is energy that we feed off of. We had to go through moments and we got the job done today. That is a very good team that we played against.”

Branch finishes the season with a team-high 19 goals.

“They are a good team, but we were just on fire and we didn’t let up,” Branch said. “They are definitely one of the best teams we have played all season.

“I have been so anxious since the end of last season. This is all I have wanted to do. This means a lot that we came through and we got this win.”

Revere senior Brian Gillette assisted on Dyko’s goal, his 13th this season.

“Thankfully the ball came to me from Brian’s pass,” Dyko said. “He was the garbage man who picked up the loose ball and passed it to me. I was focused enough to put it away. I felt like I was focused for this game and mentally prepared, and same for the whole team. This is a great feeling.”

Gerberich saved one shot and benefited from a solid defensive unit of seniors Brandon Taylor and Andrew Robinson and sophomores Simon Kirkendall and John Sternasty.

Taylor said the perpetrators of dousing Jakab with water were “sophomore hooligans.”

“This feels great,” Taylor said. “It hasn’t really set in yet.”

Dyko and Somple started at midfield with junior Luke Kasson. Branch started at forward with seniors Jordan Marich and Blake Easterling.

“I know it sounds cliché, but it is so indescribable,” Somple said. “The feeling, I still can’t believe it is real. It doesn’t feel like we won. I am sure it will settle in later.”

Revere caps its season with 101 goals scored and 11 goals allowed. The Minutemen shut out 16 opponents this season and Gerberich finishes with 39 shutouts in his career.

“They were smart,” Watterson coach Chad Smith said. “They won the coin toss and they took the wind, which is exactly what we wanted to do. They were more smart in playing direct right at us with the wind. I think the first goal, I saw a little bit of nerves in my boys. I felt like we were not exactly fluid in our movement.

“They are a very well coached team and you could tell they have played here before two years ago. Just the experience of being here and the experience being in this situation, and there are some big boys on that team. If you looked down their sideline you see several large kids on that team. We knew we were in for a battle.”


Michael Beaven can be reached at 330-996-3829 or Read the high school blog at Follow him on Twitter at and on Facebook at

Revere boys soccer defeats Bay to clinch berth in OHSAA Division II state final (video)

                Revere goalie Joel Gerberich celebrates defeating Bay on Wednesday in a Division II boys soccer state semifinal at Brecksville-Broadview Heights to earn a trip to Columbus for Saturday’s state final. (Lonnie Timmons III, The Plain Dealer)
                    By                     Robert Rozboril, Northeast Ohio Media Group                     on  November 06, 2013 10:38 p.m.

BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, Ohio – Revere came out aggressive from the start of Wednesday’s boys soccer Division II state semifinal and it paid off as the Minutemen defeated Bay, 4-3, on a rainy night at Brecksville-Broadview Heights.

The Minutemen will face Columbus Bishop Watterson, which beat Indian Hill, 2-1, in overtime, in the Division II state final Saturday at Crew Stadium in Columbus at 3:30 p.m.

“This team has put it together with team chemistry, creating and finishing the opportunities at hand,” said Revere coach Sandor Jakab. “It’s a tremendous group of individuals and we have a lot of ways to do things. We defend well and we’re very dynamic at the attacking end of the field as well.”


Nolan Dyko put Revere on the board first on a header with 19:11 to go in the first half. Brandon Taylor provided the assist. Bay goalie Colin Southerington stepped up into a crowd to try and knock the shot away with his head but the ball skipped off his head and into the goal.

Dyko took an assisting role on Revere’s second goal, just minutes later. He came up near the left post and dished it to Brian Gillette, who netted the Minutemen’s second score.

The game went to halftime with Revere holding onto a 2-0 lead.

Almost 11 minutes into the second half, Southerington made an acrobatic save on a shot by Jordan Marich only to have Gillette score his second goal of the night off the rebound.

Revere’s Brian Gillette scores his third goal against Bay on Wednesday. (Lonnie Timmons III, The Plain Dealer)

Revere got an opportunity for a free kick after Daniel Branch was fouled while driving toward the goal. The kick was no good as it went off the crossbar.

Dillon Gundlach put Bay on the board with a goal with less than 19 minutes left. Just moments later, Revere answered as Gillette netted his third goal of the night. Marich got an assist on the play. Gillette now has 13 goals on the year and seven in postseason play.

“He just comes out every day and works his tail off. He’s probably the hardest working kid we have,” Jakab said about Gillette.

Bay made it exciting in the final minutes. Domenic Ruma scored the second goal for Bay. Matt Comienski added a score on a penalty kick with 17 seconds remaining to bring the Rockets to within one, but it was too little, too late in the end.

“It’s heartbreaking,” said Bay coach Bobby Dougherty, describing the experience of coming so close to a state championship game. “But we’re a little older this year. It’s a thick junior class and we’ve got a couple of seniors in the mix. We’re going to be just as nasty next year and hopefully we can get over that hump.”

While Jakab was excited his team came away with a win and a trip to the state title game, he was less than thrilled that the Rockets were able to score two late goals against his players.

“You can never let up against a team like Bay,” Jakab said. “I was disappointed that we allowed some of the complacency to settle in. With that said, we finished the game.”