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ing in a way.” Giannino said one of her big focuses this year is passing a comprehensive billboard ordinance. “We started working on it last year and we want to pass it this year,” she said. “The amount of billboards in the city is crazy so it is important to have this done.” She also wants to look at zoning ordinances and parking ordinances in the city. “When it comes to zoning, it is important that we have the right zoning laws that attract the right kind of businesses to Revere,” she said. “Also, we need to look at how they impact residents. We have been working on this and still will work on this year.” When it comes to parking, she said the council needs to look at it as ward-by-ward issues. “There are parking issues everywhere but they are unique to every community,” she said. “We need to look at them individually if we want to make a difference.” McKenna said she was honored to receive a unanimous vote of support from her col-

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Stage set for Valentina Pepic to hit 1,000 points By Julian Cardillo

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alentina Pepic is just nine points away from scoring her 1,000th point in a Revere High School jersey. Pepic will get a chance to hit the millennial mark on Tuesday against Everett at home. “She’s very happy that she’ll

probably get to hit this achievement at home,” said RHS Head Coach Lianne O’Hara. “Our game on Friday against Saugus got snowed out so, in a way, it kind of worked out for the best.” The Lady Patriots are currently 3-2 on the season after falling to Holy Name, 65-47 over winter break. Though freshman

Ayah Harper has 12 points and eight rebounds, Revere had 23 turnovers in the game, which O’Hara said was eye-opening for her team. “We need to take better care of the ball,” O’Hara said. “We turned the ball over pushing up the court. I like the effort, but we didn’t execute well.”

Basketball Pats stumble in first half against Peabody By Julian Cardillo

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he Revere High basketball teams are rallying in games when they’re down – but Head Coach David Leary is hoping to see their play at the end of contests show up at the beginning. A poor start doomed the Patriots to Peabody on Wednesday night as they lost 76-56 and slipped to 0-4. “We struggled again in the first half and it really hurt us,” said Leary. “They played the full court press and we didn’t handle it well. They got good looks on their shots and on fast breaks. It was kind of a snowball effect.” Revere turned the ball over 16 times in the first half and

ended the opening quarter down 20-7. By halftime it was 32-13. EJ Leone led Patriots scoring with 13 points and five rebounds. Omar Bendjahene had 10 points and three assists while Marcus Brunson-Perez recorded eight points and five rebounds. “We were better in the second half,” Leary said. “We took care of the ball more. We had more energy. We switched it up on defense which seemed to give Peabody trouble. “We actually didn’t start the third quarter well. In the first four minutes Peabody made it a 31-point game, so we called a timeout to calm everyone down.” Revere was looking for-

ward to rebounding on Friday against Saugus, but the game has been cancelled due to the snow. Instead, the Patriots’ next game will be on Tuesday against Everett. “It doesn’t get any easier,” Leary said. “We’ve fallen behind in the first half and have been clawing to get back into games. Maybe we need to make changes to our rotation or our lineup. The kids are working hard; it’s just been a lack of execution more than anything.” Everett are 4-1 after losing to Brighton on December 28… Saugus named senior center Devon Avery as team captain over winter break...Leary wanted to wait until the break to name a new captain, as the team is young.

Tuesday’s game against Everett will be Revere’s first game in 12 days. O’Hara said her team is itching to get back on the court

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Meet the 2017 RHS Patriots Hockey Cheerleaders

Pictured front row from left to right: Alexa Bessler, Sophia Abruzzese, Captain Alexis Wiswall, Captain Brenden Godino, Captain Melaina Polan, Ava Wiswall and Alexa Panzini. Second row from left to right: Laura Rezzai, Farah Selman, Adrianna Keefe, Sofia Gendreau, Olivia Harvey, Taylyn Portrait, Emily Chiles, Adamarys Sanchez Cardona, and Madeline Stuart. Third row from left to right: Nevaeh Taylor, Kaitlin Mendalka, Zachary Chbani, Jennifer Nogueira, Alexandra Ramirez Caro, Brenda Bettero, Kalei Alba. Captain Melaina Pollan gets her sign ready for Back row from left to right: Brianna Senecal, Taylor Sujko, Israelly Menezes, Julianna DiCicco, Danielle Goalie Kenny Uminsky. LaFontaine. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

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Rick Briana starts on the first RHS scoring drive. (Advocate photos by Al Terminiello)

HOCKEY BATTLE | from page 5 ing a 3-1 lead, the Patriots re-asserted themselves and came out on top 4-3 to im-

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Marc Giodano was denied on this attempt but scored shortly afterwards for the third RHS score in the first period.

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Beacon Hill Roll Call By Bob Katzen

THE HOUSE AND SENATE: There were no roll calls in the House and Senate last week. This week, Beacon Hill Roll Call reports on how often local representatives voted with their party leadership. The votes of the 2017 membership of 34 Republicans were compared with those of GOP House Minority Leader Bradley Jones (RNorth Reading). The votes of the 2017 membership of 125 Democrats were compared to House Speaker Robert DeLeo (D-Winthrop). Beacon Hill Roll Call uses 289 votes from the 2017 House session as the basis for this report. This includes all roll calls that were not quorum calls or votes on local issues. A total of 69 (55.2 percent)

of the 125 Democrats voted with DeLeo 100 percent of the time. That means that more than half of the Democrats always voted with DeLeo. The Democratic representatives who voted the lowest percentage of times with DeLeo are Reps. Colleen Garry (D-Dracut) and James Dwyer (D-Woburn). Garry voted with DeLeo 89 percent of the time and Dwyer voted with DeLeo 89.6 percent of the time. No Democrat voted with DeLeo less than 89 percent of the time. None of the 34 GOP members voted with Jones 100 percent of the time. The GOP representative who voted with Jones the most times was Rep. Jay Barrows (R-Mansfield) who voted with him 98.9 percent of the time. The representative who voted with Jones the lowest percentage of times was Rep. Timothy Whelan (R-Brewster) who voted with Jones only

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Answers on page 12 PEPIC | from page 5 after a prolonged spell. “It’s hard to get into a rhythm when there’s this much time between games,” O’Hara said. “We still have very good practices. The girls like working on fundamentals and doing drills.

They work very hard. But still, there’s no competition. “We want to be in a competitive mindset. Everett will be a unique challenge. They’re a new team in the NEC and we’ve seen them play in the past, but they’re largely going to be an unknown for us.”


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REVERE PD ARREST LOG Tuesday, December 26 Hector Evelio Herrera-DelGado, 48, of 109 Thornton St., Revere was charged with operating a motor vehicle without a license.

Wednesday, December 27 Jorge Aguilar-Rodriguez, 19, of 837 Revere Beach Pkwy., Revere was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. John M. Garofalo, 43, of 34 Dyer Ave., Everett was charged with shoplifting $100+ by concealing merchandise; and an arrest warrant.

Friday, December 29 Jose Rivera, 31, of 957 Saratoga St., East Boston was charged with larceny over $250 by false pretense. Hayat Banane, 31, of 500 Revere Beach Blvd., Revere was charged with four counts of shoplifting by asportation.

Jose Luis Mejia-Hernandez, 37, of 61 Bloomingdale St., Chelsea was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Bianca R. DiCenso, 29, of 34 Franklin Ave., Revere was charged with reckless endangerment of a child under 18; disorderly conduct; and assault & battery on a police officer.

Saturday, December 30 Christopher M. Mack, 29, of 115 Endicott Ave., Revere was charged with resisting arrest; and assault by dangerous weapon. Elio Hernandez, 25, of 110 South St., Lynn was charged with two counts of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. DeAndrea R. Ross, 35, of Fall River, MA was charged with an arrest warrant. Pablo Calcano-Castillo, 23, of 64 Rose St., Revere was charged with operating under the influence of alcohol;

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Monday, January 1 Devon E. DeVito, 31, of 133 Adams St., Revere was charged with operating after license or right to operate suspended; uninsured motor vehicle; and operating after revocation of registration. Taylore Nicole Spring, 21, of 16 Border St., Lynn was charged with leaving the scene after property damage; and operating a motor vehicle with license suspended or revoked. Leroy Moreno, 34, of 39 Florence Ave., Revere was charged with assault & battery.

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