EHS Sports Roundup

EHS Sports Teams Swing Back Into Action

The Everett High winter sports teams will resume their 2022 season this week after the one-week layoff that was imposed upon all Greater Boston League (GBL) athletic programs by the unanimous decision of the GBL schools because of the widespread Omicron variant of COVID-19 in area communities.

Coach Stanley Chamblain and his EHS boys basketball team, who stand at 3-0 in the GBL and 4-2 overall, were scheduled to host Lynn English last night (Tuesday) and will trek to Somerville tomorrow (Thursday) evening. They will take on non-league foe No. Quincy on Monday at Cathedral High School and will make the short trip down the Parkway to Revere next Wednesday.

Coach Riley Dunn and her Lady Crimson Tide hoop squad, who have dropped a pair of heartbreaking two-point games thus far this season, were looking for their first win of the 2022 campaign at Lynn English last night (Tuesday). They will entertain Somerville tomorrow (Thursday), non-league rival Dracut on Friday, and Revere next Tuesday.

Coach Jehu Cimea and his EHS boys and girls indoor track teams return to action today (Wednesday) vs. Lynn Classical and next Tuesday vs. Lynn English. The Everett/Malden/Revere co-op hockey team is scheduled to meet Somerville today (Wednesday) and will trek to Saugus next Wednesday

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