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CHATTER: REVECHE IS TAKING ON PREPS.

Byline: ERIK BOAL Special to the Daily News

Marlon Reveche has taught some of the area's top tennis players over the years, including Harvard-Westlake of Studio City's Bret Thacher, Ryan Thacher, Sam Wagner -- and his daughters, Cheyenne, a junior at the University of Utah, and Katarina, a senior at Campbell Hall of North Hollywood.

Chaminade of West Hills hopes Reveche's knowledge can return the Eagles girls' tennis team to the top of the Mission League.

After years of running camps and clinics in the San Fernando Valley, Reveche will take on his first high school coaching job this fall.

``I hope it's a really good experience,'' said Reveche, who succeeds Perry Saliano, who led the Eagles to the second round of the Southern Section Div. I playoffs last season. ``I don't know what's going to happen. ... I'm going into the unknown. It's a new chapter in my life because I've never done this before.''

Reveche will coach against his younger daughter Sept. 21 when Chaminade faces Campbell Hall at Valley College.

``She's already giving me the evil eye,'' Reveche said. ``She already (circled) the date on the calendar.''

Chaminade athletic director Joe Shapiro also announced this week that Chaminade was one of nine high schools to be recognized as a ``Champion for Character School'' during the 2005-06 school year by Southern Section officials.

Recent Chaminade graduates Kelly Korras and Peter Ma were selected ``Champions for Character'' by Southern Section officials based on their positive attitudes, leadership abilities, sportsmanship and academic excellence.

A memorial service for Dee Kohlmeier, who served as athletic director for 31 years at Hoover High of Glendale, has been scheduled for 1 p.m. on Sept. 4 at the Hoover gymnasium. Kohlmeier died Saturday of natural causes at age 86.

Cade Kreuter, a sophomore at West Ranch High in Stevenson Ranch and the son of USC baseball coach Chad Kreuter, has transferred to Valencia. He's slated to quarterback Valencia's junior-varsity football team this season.

Former Harvard-Westlake of Studio City soccer standout Ali Riley played all 90 minutes Thursday for New Zealand in a 3-0 loss to archrival Australia in St. Petersburg, Russia, during the FIFA U-20 Women's World Championship.

Gerry Gittelson and Scott French contributed.

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Date:Aug 18, 2006
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