2012 JJHuddle Previews: Revere


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2012 JJHuddle HS Football Previews

Revere (0-10)

High School Name: Revere High School
High School City: Richfield
Coach’s Name: Phil Heyn
Years at School (Career record): 2: 3-17
Last Season’s Record (Conference/Finish): 0-10 (0-7)
Last Winning Season: 2009 (7-3)
Division/Region: II-5

Key Returners:

Jason Tretter (12-OT-6’7″-290): Out last year with injury so no current offers but drawing major attention;

Joe D’Amico (12-RB-5’9″, 180): 551 yards rushing;

Paul Gabel (12-RB-LB-6’0″-200): 288 yards rushing, 72 tackles;

Anthony Kelly (12-DT-5’7″-260);

Nick Thiessen (12-OT-6’0″-225); Jake Totten (12-C-6’2″-210);

Zach Wilson (12-LB-6’1″-220);

Roger Wolanski (12-OG-5’11”-245)

Potential college prospects: 

Jason Tretter (12-OT-6’7″-290);

Eddie Schwertner (10-6’0″-260)

Noteworthy News:     

2010 (3-7): Only 3 returning starters.

2011 (0-10): Had 15 starters
out at one point or another and played one of the most difficult
schedules in school history (opponents were 65-35 and 5 opponents
made the playoffs)

2012: “Excitement and
redemption are the words for 2012” according to Heyn. Said the coach: “We bring back a ton of experienced
players and we will be big upfront.”

Schedule: An extremely tough schedule with a non-league that includes Chagrin Falls, North Royalton, and Aurora. Ouch. The Big Game, however, is Copley. Said Heyn: “Revere and Copley have one of the best rivalries in Northeast Ohio.” These two neighboring school districts border one another and share the economic district known as Montrose. Although heated in all sports, the Revere-Copley rivalry take is most prominent form on the gridiron. Revere currently leads the series 31-29. The two teams play for a traveling trophy called “The Victory Bell.”

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