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Revere wins 8-7 thriller over Copley on Senior Night

RICHFIELD, Ohio—On senior day, the final set of Li brothers heard their names called over the loudspeakers. Peyton and Cade would go on to play a game they will never forget.

"Tonight means a lot. For the past three years, we lost to them in overtime, but this year, we got the job done, and to be with my brother means a lot,” said Peyton.

"Especially being a senior, this rivalry, as he said, we lost all three years; it's nice finally winning our first time," Cade added.

Peyton and Cade combined for five of their team's eight goals on the night in a triumphant 8-7 victory over Copley. This was Revere's seniors first time beating Copley in their high school careers.

"First time in four years, three years it's been a close game, “ Coach Evan said. "No matter if one team is down players or having a rough season, it's always down to the wire."

Peyton and Cade were just two of the many players who contributed to tonight's matchup. Everyone stepped up tonight and played a very physical rivalry matchup.

Freshman Charlie Saum and Zack Nations were also huge parts of the win tonight. Saum and Nations have played together for years, and tonight, they showed off their chemistry when Saum hit Nations with a perfect pass that led to a wide-open goal.

Luke Butler was a brick wall in the goal tonight, saving 14 shots and only allowing seven. Butler helped bail out the defense a few times tonight, but not all the time. The defense played a great game.

One of the most significant parts of Revere's success tonight was where it all started: the face-off. Shayne Apple played amazingly. A few games ago, Apple went down with a neck injury and has returned at full strength. Apple went 7/13 on the night vs Copley.

Revere's crowd was booming for both the home and away team. Both teams played their hardest till the final whistle blew in an epic back and forth rivalry matchup.

Revere will look to continue their win streak when they host Brecksville on Tuesday, May 7, at 7 p.m.

Copley will look to rebound after a tough loss when they head to Westlake on Tuesday, May 7. Face-off will take place at 6 p.m.


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