Sports 01-31-2018

EHS Roundup

 EHS girls basketball wins two contests

The Everett High girls basketball team enjoyed a successful week, cruising to a pair of victories over Northeastern Conference opponents Danvers and Medford.

In a 60-46 triumph at Danvers last Tuesday, the Lady Crimson Tide led from pole-to-pole, jumping out to an early 9-2 advantage after the opening tip and never looking back.

Everett led 20-14 after the first period and 33-23 at the half. Danvers came out after the intermission with a triangle-and-two defense in an attempt to shut down the top two Lady Crimson Tide scorers, the backcourt duo of Yaz Guerrier (21 points on the night) and Jackie Emmanuel (16 points).

Danvers  brought the lead under double digits on a few occasions, but

Everett’s Maddie Duraes (10 points) filled the void, dropping in a three-pointer and a pair of deuces, that thwarted the Lady Falcons’ defensive strategy and maintained the Lady Crimson Tide’s advantage at a healthy 45-34  after three periods, from where Everett brought home the victory.

Carolann Cardinale chip-ped in seven points, Kloe Cardillo hit for four, and Saunti Burton added two to round out the Everett scoresheet.

Three nights later, the Lady Crimson Tide entertained former Greater Boston League foe Medford and ran away to a 60-37 triumph.

This one never was in doubt for coach Tammy Turner and her crew, who bolted to a 13-3 lead in the opening period, which ballooned into a 29-12 bulge at the half and a 51-22 romp by the third buzzer.

Guerrier topped the scoresheet for Everett with 24 points, followed by Cardinale with 12, Emmanuel with 11, Duraes with seven, Vickie McCardle with four (on two steals and length-of-the-floor lay-ups), and Burton with two.

The Lady Crimson Tide, who now stand at 7-4 as they cross the halfway point of the season, were set to travel to Swampscott last night (Tuesday) and will host Beverly Friday evening. They will make the trek to Marblehead next Tuesday.


EHS boys take four firsts in track meet

Although the Everett High boys indoor track and field team came out on the short end of a 55-31 decision to Marblehead in a meet held last Thursday at Somerville, the Crimson Tide grabbed first place in four of the 10 events.

Harchdy Souffrance sped to victory in the 50-yard dash in a time of 5.4 seconds; MacShillimgford topped the field in the 300 in 37.1; and Aiman Salih took the top spot in the 1,000 in 2:46.6.

In addition, the Crimson Tide’s 4 x 400 relay quartet handily outran their Marblehead counterparts by 22 seconds with a clocking of 3:56.1.

Everett boys who earned three points for their team with second-place finishes were: Josue Quijada in the shot put with a throw of 37′-5″; Clarence Jules in the 50 dash in 5.4; and Eduardo Chaparro in the 300 dash in 37.9.

Third-place efforts that earned a single point for the Everett side of the scoresheet came from Ryan Vu in the 600 in 1:33.5 and Mario Rivera in the two-mile run in 11:55.2.


Douyon, Santos win for EHS girls track

Nathalie Douyon and Jessica Santos turned in first-place performances in their respective events for the Everett High girls track team in their meet last week With Marblehead.

Nathalie took first in the high jump with a leap of 4′-6″ and Jessica sprinted to victory in the 50 yard dash in a clocking of 6.6 seconds.

Second-place finishers for the Lady Crimson Tide who placed three points on the Everett side of the scoresheet were Saraphina Dophine in the shot put with a toss of 26′-3″ and Cyara Lambert in the 300 dash in 44.1.

Third place points came from: Fabiolle Jean with a shot put throw of 25′-7″; Douyon in the 50 yard hurdles in 8.9; Shakira Fedna in the 50 yard dash in 6.9; and Diana Lemus in the 1,000 in 3:26.6.

The Everett team edged their Marblehead counterparts in the 4 x 400 relay by 0.5 of a second, 4:54.4-4:54.9.

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