It was another successful takeoff and landing for the Jonathan DiBi-Air Show.
DiBiaso, the sizzling southpaw, tossed three touchdown passes, two to Matt Costello, as the Everett High School football team bested Boston College High School, 37-27, in its final non-league game Friday night.
DiBiaso tuned up for the upcoming Greater Boston League schedule (Friday at 7 p.m. at Medford) by throwing for 225 yards. Costello had eight catches for 112 yards.
Manny Asprilla, star of the Tide’s big win over Xaverian a week ago, also caught a touchdown pass. Jakarrie Washington had two key catches in the game. Vondell Langston kept the BC defense honest with some potent runs.
Everett built a 30-8 lead before the Eagles stormed back to close the gap to 30-27. But DiBiaso scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter to seal the victory.
“We just let up but BC High is a good team,” said head coach John DiBiaso. “They played well, too.
Jonathan DiBiaso and Matt Costello received Boston Globe “Star of the Week” honor for Division 1. DiBiaso is leading Division 1 in touchdown passes with 22. Costello leads in touchdown receptions with 11. Asprilla is tied for second with eight touchdown receptions.
Everett faces an old friend this week in former Crimson Tide assistant coach Rico Dello Iacono, who is head coach of the Medford Mustangs (0-6).