Everett High’s Ellerbe, Zamor Named to All-Scholastic Teams

Everett High School senior quarterback Karmarri Ellerbe and junior wide receiver and safety Christian Zamor were named All-Scholastic by the Boston newspapers.

Ellerbe was selected to the Boston Globe and Boston Herald Football Teams. Zamor was selected as a Boston Herald All-Scholastic.

Both players made major contributions to Coach Rob DiLoreto’s 2022 team that captured the Greater Boston League title and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Division 1 state playoffs.

Ellerbe, who was voted the Greater Boston League’s most valuable player, led Everett to a 17-3 record in his two seasons as Everett’s starting quarterback. He rushed for 888 yards, passed for 750 yards,  and scored 10 touchdowns this season. He had 19 career touchdown passes.

The 6-foot, 225-pounder averaged close to 10 yards per carry during his two-year reign at the helm of the Everett offense. Ellerbe is considering prep school or a four-year college for the next chapter in his football career.

Zamor became one of the leaders of the Everett defense this season. “In many ways, he is clearly a Division 1 college-level player on the defensive side of the ball,” said Coach Rob DiLoreto.“He made a lot of our coverage calls. He really understood what we were trying to do schematically on defense.”

Zamor has received an offer from Boston College and will join the Division 1 program in Chestnut Hill following his graduation from Everett High in 2024. His older brother, Ish Zamor, is a wide receiver for the Eagles.

Everett’s Non-League Opponents Set

Everett High will play Xaverian High School in its non-league opener to the 2023 season. In Week 4, Everett will host Boston College High School.

The Crimson Tide have not been able to find an opponent for their Thanksgiving game.

Likely Completes Successful NFL Rookie Season

Former EHS football star Isaiah Likely completed a successful inaugural season for the Baltimore Ravens in the National Football League with an appearance in the Wild Card game against the Cincinnati Bengals Saturday. The Bengals prevailed, 24-17, over their AFC North divisional rival. The Ravens were without their No. 1 quarterback Lamar Jackson for the game.

Likely, a 6-foot-4-inch, 235-pound tight end, had 36 pass receptions for 373 yards for a 10.4 yards-per-reception average. He scored three touchdowns and emerged as a strong blocker and dependable pass receiver for the Ravens.

Mike Sainristil Will Return to Michigan

Everett’s Mike Sainristil has announced online that he will return for another season in the University of Michigan football program. Sainristil was a starting defensive back for the Wolverines who finished the regular season undefeated and won the Big-10 championship game before falling to TCU, 51-45, in the national semifinals in the Fiesta Bowl.

Sainristil had considered making himself eligible for this year’s NFL Draft, but he opted to return to Coach Jim Harbaugh’s surging program that has qualified for the College Football Playoffs the past two seasons.

Sainristil moved from wide receiver to defensive back at the start of the 2022 season.

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