EHS Roundup

EHS Boys Track Rolls Past Chelsea

The Everett High boys indoor track and field team improved its record to 2-1 on the season with a 67-19 victory over Chelsea last Wednesday.

Coach Jehu Cimea’s squad captured first-place in seven of the nine individual events to cruise easily to the triumph.

The first-place finishers for the Crimson Tide were: senior captain Shinay Aristhene in the hurdles in a time of 7.8; junior Jayden Prohete in the 50 dash in a sprint of 5.8; senior captain Omar Marshall in the 300 dash in 40.2; senior Matth Telson in the 1000 in 3:39.6; senior Anthony Cooper in the two-mile in a personal record (PR) time of 12:26.11; junior Jalen Jones in the high jump with a leap of 5’-6”; and sophomore Berlens Beaubrun in the shot-put with a PR throw of 34’-3”.

The EHS 4 x 400 relay quartet of freshman Kayshaun Eveillard, Jones, senior Fludjy Moise, and Marshall ran the oval in a PR time of 4:01 to contribute five points for the EHS cause.

Adding three points to the EHS side of the scoresheet with second-place finishes were: junior Dawens Germain in the hurdles (8.2); Jones in the dash (6.0); senior captain Samuel Desir-Mafouana in the mile (5:31.9); senior captain Angel Torres in the 600 (1:43.3); junior Nischal Tamang in the 1000 (3:42.2); Prophete in the high jump (5’-6”); and junior Jason Stark in the shot-put (34’-1.25”).

Adding single points with third-place efforts were: senior Owen Beauvil in the hurdles; junior Khang Nguyen in the dash (6.4); Moise in the 300 (42.8); senior Aadit Manandhar in the 600 (1:44.6); sophomore David Huezo-Erazo in the two-mile (13:07.7); and junior David Michel in the high jump (5’-6”).

“The boys took the lead from the first two events and never looked back,” noted Cimea.

Cimea and his crew are scheduled to take on Lynn Classical today (Wednesday) and will meet Lynn English next Wednesday that will be highlighted by Senior Night festivities.

EHS Girls Edge Chelsea, 47-34

The Everett High girls indoor track and field team won their second meet of the season with a closely-contested 47-34 victory over Chelsea last week.

The Lady Crimson Tide won four of the nine individual events led by senior captain Nyla Crowder who won two events, the 50 yard dash (6.9) and the high jump (4’-6”). Fellow senior captain Ida Bittaya captured the hurdles (8.8) and junior captain Layla Betancur Cardona won the shot-put with a personal record (PR) throw of 30’-6”.

The Lady Crimson Tide powered to the victory thanks to taking second-place in all nine events: soph Sophia Sousa in the hurdles (9.4); soph Zyelle Cannon in the dash (a PR of 7.0); senior captain Luca Jean Noel in the mile (a PR of 6:55.8); soph Yelsa Garcia in the 300 dash (50.7); soph Milena Antoine in the 600 (2:20.1); junior Tiffany Escobar in the 1000 (4:19); junior captain Suzanne Maharjan in the two-mile (a PR of 16:59.6); and junior Darrynn Desrameaux in the shot-put (a PR of 29’-7”).

Adding single points to the EHS scoresheet with third-place efforts were: soph Jossycah Emmanuel in the hurdles (9.6); freshman Emely DeJesus in the dash (7.2); and senior Selma Moutaouakkil in the 300 (a PRof 51.9).

“The girls’ meet was a close meet,” said EHS head coach Jehu Cimea. “The meet came down to the shot-put. Whatever place we took in that event would determine who won the meet. Our shot-put girls took on the task and won us the meet by taking eight points and extending our lead.

“It was a great meet by both of our boys and girls teams to get the win from a really good Chelsea team,” Cimea added.

The Lady Crimson Tide, who now stand at 2-1, are scheduled to meet Lynn Classical today (Wednesday) and Lynn English next Wednesday for Senior Night.

EHS Girls Hoop Stands at 3-3

The Everett High girls basketball team was looking to get over the .500 mark with their contest at Lynn English yesterday (Tuesday). Coach Riley Dunn and her crew travel to Somerville tomorrow (Thursday) and will host Malden Catholic at the EHS gym on Friday at 7:00. They will trek to Revere next Tuesday.

The Lady Crimson Tide earned a 52-16 victory at Chelsea last Tuesday.  Kayley Rossi led the way with 18 points and five assists. Malaica Guilaume made a nice contribution with six rebounds and four assists.

“It was a great team win,” noted Dunn, whose squad stands at 3-3 on the season.

The victory was sandwiched between a pair of hard-fought losses to non-league rival Lawrence, 46-40, in which Rossi struck for 17 points, and Lynn Classical, 43-38.

In the latter contest, Guilaume turned in a strong double-double with 11 points and 13 rebounds. Teammate Emilia Maria-Babcock also reached double figures with 10 points and pulled down five boards.

“It was a tough loss,” noted Dunn.

EHS Boys Hoop to Host Somerville

The Everett High boys basketball team will entertain Greater Boston League (GBL) rival Somerville tomorrow (Thursday) evening at the EHS gym. The opening tip is set for 7:00.

Coach Stanley Chamblain and his crew earned a pair of victories over GBL rivals Chelsea (72-33) and Lynn Classical (49-44) this past week to improve to 4-1 in the GBL (4-3 overall) and were set to face the first-place Lynn English Bulldogs last night (Tuesday). 

The Englishmen have been the Big Dogs of the GBL thus far this season, standing at 8-0 overall (5-0 in the GBL). They have defeated their opponents by an average score of about 90-40 en route to a number two ranking in the state.

After tomorrow night’s tilt with Somerville, the Crimson Tide are off until next Thursday when they will host GBL foe Medford.

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