EHS hockey team defeats Brookline, 7-1 Alumni Skate Saturday
The Everett High hockey team moved within one game of reaching the .500 mark with a 7-1 victory over Brookline at B.U.’s Walter Brown Arena Saturday.
Marc Faia — who had a pair of four-goal games last week — continued his hot scoring streak, netting the hat trick. Ray Suppa, who is among the leading scorers in the state, lit the lamp twice. Bryan Bessler added a goal and had two assists.
The Crimson Tide dropped a 7-5 decision two days earlier to Methuen. Faia and Suppa potted two goals apiece. J.J. McLaughlin also reached the back of the net and had two assists. Jack MacLaughlin earned two assists.
Suppa ranks fifth in scoring in Eastern Mass. with 18 goals and 24 assists for 42 points. Teammate Faia ranks ninth in scoring with 23 goals and 16 assists for 39 points.
Coach Jason Lawrence and his crew, who stand at 7-8 overall and who are the co-titlists of the Greater Boston League, host Revere this evening (Wednesday) at Allied Veterans Rink. Face-off is set for 7:00.
Saturday brings the annual Everett High Alumni get-together. The festivities, which will feature a game among the alumni, will get underway at 1:00 at Allied Vets Rink. All former Crimson Tide players are invited and encouraged to join in for what always is a fun time.
The annual Mulloy Hockey Tournament will be held Monday and Wednesday of the holiday week at Allied Veterans Rink. Everett will meet Somerville in the tourney opener at 7:00 Monday and then face either Hamilton/Wenham or Northeast Regional in the consolation or final Wednesday.
EHS girls basketball back in action tonight
The Everett High girls basketball team, the undefeated and undisputed champs of the Greater Boston League, swing back into action tonight (Wednesday) when they make the long trek to Methuen.
The Lady Crimson Tide, who have competed their GBL season with a 6-0 mark and who are 11-2 overall, have been off for the past week because of a quirk in their schedule.
Coach Tammy Turner and her crew next will trek northward to Salem this Friday.