2013-14 Revere Youth Wrestling Sign-Ups

On September 17, 2013, in Uncategorized, by rasb

2013-14 Revere Youth Wrestling Sign-Ups 

WHEN: Wednesday September 25th  and October 16th, 2013
7:00 – 8:00 PM
WHERE: Revere HS Auditorium Hallway
COST: $140.00 (second child $70.00)
*Make checks payable to Revere Youth Wrestling
If you have any question, please feel free to contact Coach Patrick Scavuzzo 
Dan Mosher
Revere High School Math Faculty
Head Varsity Wrestling Coach

Eric Moats Being Honored

On September 11, 2013, in Uncategorized, by rasb

Eric Moats, long time athletic trainer for Revere retired in the spring.  He will be honored during halftime of the football game on Thursday.



By Hayden Hajdu on August 30, 2013 11:43 p.m.

With a new look on offense and a stingy defense, Revere scores 55 points to open up the 2013 season.
Revere scores on their first offensive series and never looks back.  Jr. starting Quarterback Zeck Lehman was 10 of 13 passing for 313 yards and 3 TD’s.  Jr. Nick Zimmerman hauled in 4 passes for 104 yards and 3 touchdowns (two rushing).  Jr. Zack Lalkowski was on the receiving end of 3 passes for 135 yards and 2 touchdowns.  Sr. Austin Hawkins had a great all around game with 2 receptions for 61 yards and was the team’s leading rusher with 56 yards on 8 carries and a touchdown.   Revere used a well balance attack piling up 550 yards total offense.
Defensively Revere was very aggressive totaling 7 sacks and limiting Buckeye to under 12 minutes of total time of possession.
Final score: Revere 55 | Buckeye 7

Revere Youth Sports Recycles!

On September 3, 2013, in Uncategorized, by rasb

Revere Youth Sports Recycles!

Sports programs across the country have been dealing with the same rising costs and aging equipment issues and “registration fees” can only go so far.  This year, we’ve found a way to supplement our finances and we need some SUPERHERO’s to help us out.

Revere Youth Sports is participating in a Recycling Program! This fundraiser is FREE and simple because there’s nothing to sell, no paperwork to fill out and no deadline. The program runs year-round, accumulating constant income for the many improvements we can make for all of our participants.

Please HELP our cause by giving us your empty printer cartridges and cell phones.  We’ll take it from there!  All components will be recycled and nothing will end up in the landfills.  Last year alone, more than 500 million cartridges were discarded from offices and homes, while 125 million cell phones were tossed or replaced.  So as you think about Back-to-School or changing your phone, be a SUPERHERO and help us collect.  All proceeds will be used to help keep our sports program updated with the latest uniform and equipment needs.

To help us out – many local businesses are stepping in by participating.  While visiting any of the below, please bring your printer cartridges & cell phones and look for our drop-bins.  The locations are:

  • Acme Fresh Market – 3979 Medina Rd,  Montrose
  • Colonial Pharmacy – 1915 N Cleveland-Massillon Rd,  Bath
  • Constantine’s Nursery & Garden Center – 2518 Brecksville Rd, Richfield
  • Corkscrew Johnny’s – 2542 Brecksville Rd,  Richfield
  • Gasoline Alley – 870 N Cleveland-Massillon Rd,  Akron
  • Musketeer’s Bar & Grille – 3027 Brecksville Rd,  Richfield
  • Smith Bros Garden Center (RB Stout) – 1285 N Cleveland-Massillon Rd,  Bath
  • Subway – 4174 Wheatley Rd,  Richfield
  • Yoga Bliss – 3045 Smith Rd,  Fairlawn

PLEASE HELP.  We ask that you make your athlete or cheerleader aware of this and Dad’s and Mom’s,  think beyond your home!  Believe it or not – businesses can support this program too and we request you find out how your office can help.  Just think – we can raise money and you can help without spending a cent.  Each of the businesses above will be visited twice weekly.  We will collect, submit – and issue progress reports on how we’re doing.  Remember, if you don’t help, we cannot win! 

If you have office locations that want their own boxes – we can make those available as well with FREE prepaid shipping labels sent, sent directly to your business, organization, or facility within the continental United States.  Business supporters simply need to load boxes, apply the FREE prepaid shipping label and give it to your UPS driver. If you work for a company that may be interested in supporting us, please call FundingFactory toll-free at 1.888.883.8237. Give the customer service representative our organization identification number, [ID# 334811] and they’ll set you up to support our account.

If you have any questions about this great opportunity, please feel free to email me at brad.garrison2@roadrunner.com  We thank you for your support!

The Revere Youth Football Program



By Michael Beaven
Beacon Journal sports writer

Published: August 20, 2013 – 04:52 PM | Updated: August 21, 2013 – 07:01 AM

Green High School sports teams will soon be heading south more instead of north.
Green Superintendent Jeff Miller said Tuesday that the Bulldogs will be leaving the Suburban League to join the Federal League beginning with the 2015-16 school year.
“I am announcing my recommendation to the board that Green join the Federal League in ’15-’16,” Miller said. “The board meeting is this coming Monday.”
Miller said he gave the situation considerable thought and talked with others at Green.
“I conferred with [Green Principal] Cindy Brown, [Green Athletic Director] Bruce Johnson, numerous community stakeholders and got input from our coaches,” Miller said. “Certainly Bruce, Cindy, [Assistant Principal] Erich Muzi and [Assistant Prinicpal] Bill Bridenthal were involved heavily in gathering the information and bringing me up to speed on this.”
Miller said the vote will go to the five-person board Monday. Green will continue to compete in the Suburban League in the 2013-14 and 2014-15 school years.
“I have the utmost respect for the Suburban League, Commissioner Keith Walker and all the member schools,” Miller said. “There was an athletic meeting earlier [Tuesday] where they were notified in person.
“I have also crafted letters that have gone out to the superintendents, principals and athletic directors at the schools.”
Miller said he “looked at it from a lot of different angles, with one of the prime ones being this is the best possible experience for our student-athletes.”
He also said proximity, natural rivalries with neighboring communities in the Federal League and getting students home earlier to focus on their studies after athletic events were important aspects.
A league of seven
Green, a school in southern Summit County, will join a Federal League that features nearby Stark County schools Canton McKinley, GlenOak, Jackson, Lake, North Canton Hoover and Perry.
“We are very excited about this decision,” Federal League Commissioner Joe Eaton said. “The Federal League couldn’t be happier. That was our mission when we started all of this. Of all the schools we talked to, we were hoping Green would be a player with us. We think it is a win-win for Green and the six schools in Stark County.”
Eaton said at this point the Federal League will move forward with seven schools but would discuss a possible eighth school.
“We will sit down and talk with our seven members, which includes Green, and see where we go,” Eaton said. “We will talk about sticking with seven or going to eight. Right now, we are happy at seven. I would like to sit back and relax at this point. It has been a long process.
“Green did their due diligence for their students, parents and coaches. I know a lot of people were talking and saying Green was playing the Suburban League against the Federal League and vice versa, but that was not the case. This was not an easy decision for Green. They looked at their options and came to this conclusion that it was time to move on. I also see this as a win for the middle school programs. It is just a perfect fit for all. A great move for Green and a great move for the Federal League.”
A league of 16?
Green is a charter member of the Suburban League, which was started in 1949, and will leave behind Copley, Nordonia, Revere and Tallmadge of Summit County and Cloverleaf, Highland and Wadsworth of Medina County.
Walker said the other seven schools are firm with their commitments to the Suburban League.
“Green delivered that information to us at a meeting in person, which was very nice of them,” Walker said. “Their superintendent then made the decision public.
“We have another meeting set for next Monday at 9 a.m., and it will involve the principals and athletic directors of the seven school members and we will put together an action plan on how we move forward.”
Walker said the seven Suburban League holdovers talked about the possibility of adding other schools that are currently in other leagues.
Walker said 13 schools have varying levels of interest in joining the Suburban League. The 13 schools are Medina, Hudson, Stow, Cuyahoga Falls, Brecksville-Broadview Heights, North Royalton, Solon, Twinsburg, Barberton, Kent Roosevelt, Aurora, Kenston and Ravenna.
“An email went out to all of those schools today and we will move as quickly as possible forward,” Walker said. “We let them know that we will be back in touch with them as soon as we can. Highland Principal Dana Addis is the outgoing Suburban League president, and he is going to host the upcoming meeting.”
Walker said the plan is to have a revamped Suburban League that will feature 16 schools, with two conferences/divisions of eight schools. Enrollment figures would divide the schools into big and small groupings.
Even though Green is moving in a different direction, it still would like to play Suburban League schools in the future once it leaves the league.
“We are looking to continue our rivalries with Suburban League schools,” Miller said. “They would be nonleague games, but absolutely we would like to continue to play against Suburban League schools.”
Wadsworth’s new Athletic Director Brad Musgrave and former Athletic Director Rich Berlin each said that the Grizzlies are staying in the Suburban League.
“Wadsworth is committed to the Suburban League,” Musgrave said. “We just found out at the league meeting about Green’s decision.”

The Revere Board of Education sincerely thanks the Revere Booster Club and it’s members for the Scoreboard in the High School Gym and funds to support the Athletic program.

Click here to read the letter.


Revere Youth Sports Recycles!

On August 23, 2013, in Uncategorized, by rasb

2013-2014 MEMBERSHIP

On July 30, 2013, in Uncategorized, by rasb

2013-2014 Membership

We are thankful for all REVERE families who have been members and in previous years and those who have already joined for the 2013-2014.
There are 4 different membership levels to choose from, all offer various membership benefits. These include FREE passes to home sporting events, spirit wear coupons up to $50, window stickers and having your name listed on the RASBC website and fall sports program!
This year we are excited to see more and more REVERE families join the RASBC with students in K-8. It is our goal to have over half of our members from families with students in Hillcrest, Bath Elementary and the REVERE Middle School.
These families and students are instrumental to the continued success of our organization. Their involvement today builds a better foundation for our future. It enhances community spirit and overall REVERE Pride.
We also have many community members and alumni who do not have students in the REVERE schools. We also thank them for their continued support!
Click here to join online TODAY!

 2013 Fall/Winter Sports Programs

Preparations are underway for the 2013 Fall Sports Program (the kind you buy at football/soccer games).

We thank our sponsors for their continued support and welcome new businesses that would like to take advantage of this advertising opportunity.

Click below for advertising form!

RASBC Program_Sponsor_Form_2013

Business card size, ½ Page, ¼ Page or Full Page       

Please contact Gretchen Brokloff at gbrokloff@gmail.com for additional information.


Northeast Ohio Summer Track Series

Revere High School

3420 Everett Rd

Richfield OH 44286

This Meet is for ALL Ages!

Only $5 for Unlimited Participation

Meet Dates:

Tuesday July 9th

Tuesday July 16th

Tuesday July 23rd

Tuesday July 30th

Registration begins at 5:30pm

Field Events and first running event start at 6:00pm

Order or Events

High jump, long jump, shot put

50m Dash

100m hurdles

110m hurdles

100m dash






12 and under events include:

high jump, long jump, 50m, 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m

Meet Benefits Revere Track and Cross Country and the Summer Athletic Running Club

Questions? Contact Dave Parry at dparry@revereschools.org or

Jennie Castle at castle.jennie@gmail.com