"We just told (Cipollone) that it wasn't his fault and it could have happened to anybody," Revercomb said.
There was nobody happier than Cipollone when Revercomb tied the score one last time with less than 10 minutes remaining.
The play began on a corner kick by Joey Trupo.
"It bounced around and luckily I was in the right place," Revercomb said. "I was just happy it went in."
That the goal kept Catholic's 48 game unbeaten streak alive was only a byproduct of the effort, according to Fox.
"We haven't really talked very much about that," Fox said. "Our main goal is the state championship."
The Patriots had a chance to win when a foul call just outside the box gave them a direct kick with a minute remaining.
"It was just a big game for us," Revercomb said.
Finding an opening on the set play Drew Davis took a shot from just inside the box but it sailed well over the crossbar.
"Usually he'll convert that ball," GW Coach Tom Hopper said. "It was open, no doubt about it."
Phillips finished with six saves while Irish keeper Mitch Thorsteinson had three.