The Everett High football team rolled to a 42-0 victory in its Greater Boston League opener Friday night at Hormel Stadium.
Quarterback Jonathan DiBiaso threw two touchdown passes and rushed for a score as the Crimson Tide improved their record to 7-0. Everett is ranked No. 1 in both Boston newspaper polls and No. 7 in the eastern United States in the USA Today poll.
Everett exerted its strength from the opening bell. DiBiaso connected with Jakarrie Washington for a 67-yard TD strike for a quick 6-0 lead. Placekicker Gilly DeSousa followed with the first of six consecutive PATs to make it 7-0.
Manny Asprilla was on the receiving end of a 10-yard touchdown pass to extend Everett’s lead to 14-0. DiBiaso made it a 21-point quarter with a nine-yard run for a touchdown.
Vondell Langston continued his outstanding season with two touchdowns runs of 42 and 67 yards. Nick Chiarello completed the scoring with a one-yard run.
The Crimson Tide defense blanketed the Mustangs’ offense for the shutout.
Everett is one of nine teams in Eastern Mass. owning an undefeated record. The Tide is the only Division 1 team with an unblemished slate.
Everett plays Somerville Friday night. The Highlanders are 1-1 in the league and 2-5 overall.
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