EHS track teams compete against Beverly
The Everett High boys and girls indoor track teams returned from the vacation break and traveled to Beverly last week.
On the boys’ side, Crimson Tide speedster Clarence Jules earned a first place in the dash, outsprinting the field with a time of 5.7 seconds.
Second-place finishers for Everett who added three points for the EHS cause were: Mac Shillingford, in the 300 dash in 40.3 and the high jump with a leap of 5-2”; Mario Sheard with a shot put toss of 40’-9”; Fabrice Jacques in the hurdles in 8.3; and Jason Louis in the 600 dash in 1:41.2.
Adding single points with their third-place performances were: Justin King in the hurdles in 8.6; Elijah Auguste in the dash in 5.9; and Ryan Vu in the 600 in 1:43.2.
In addition, the EHS 4 x 400 relay team defeated Beverly in an exciting race by just by 0.9 of a second with a clocking of 4:07.6 to add five points onto the Everett side of the scoresheet for a final score of 57-28 in favor of Beverly.
For the Lady Crimson Tide, two EHS girls scored points with third-place efforts, Melissa Dalice with a toss of 23’-2” in the shot and Jessica Santos in the dash in 6.6.