EHS Boys Soccer Wraps up Season
The Everett High boys soccer team concluded its season with non-league contests against Wellesley and Wakefield last week.
Although the Crimson Tide came up short in both contests by scores of 3-0 and 1-0 respectively, first-year EHS head coach Pedro Blas was upbeat about his team’s effort.
“This season was definitely a learning experience for both the coaching staff and the players,” said Blas. “After playing some of the top teams in the state, we all realize what it takes to be a team. Players are definitely motivated for next year. Our seniors this year gave it all they had and I am extremely proud of them and happy I got to coach them their last season.”
EHS Girls Soccer Drops Final Contests
The Everett High girls soccer team ended its season last week with a pair of contests against non-league foes Stoneham and Dracut. The Lady Crimson Tide fell short by scores of 7-0 and 6-1 respectively.
Sophomore Zineb Drissi scored the Everett goal in the Dracut contest after receiving a nice corner kick from captain Carolann Cardinale.
Although coach DeAnn Gallagher’s crew dropped both encounters, Gallagher remained upbeat about the team’s future.
“It might not have been the best way to finish our season, but the girls did try and put much more effort into the Dracut game in the second half,” said Gallagher. “Hopefully the seniors played their hearts out in their last career high school game.
“Overall I am proud of this group,” Gallgher added. “I am hoping the younger girls will work hard in the off season. I look forward to next year!”