Sports 02-06-2019

EHS Roundup

Girls basketballsplits two contests

The Everett High gils basketball team split its two games this past week to remain squarely at the.500 mark with a 7-7 record.

The Lady Crimson Tide earned one of their biggest victories of the season with a

59-47 triumph over Swampscott, one of the top teams in the Northeastern Conference, last Tuesday.  

Everett jumped out to a 15-3 advantage in the opening period thanks to a combination of a fierce full-court trap defense and the offensive production of Carolann Cardinale, who hit for 10 of her 18 points on the night, primarily thanks to offensive rebounds that Carolann converted into second-chance buckets for her team.

Although the visiting Lady Big Blue, who entered the EHS gym sporting a 9-1 record in the Northeastern Conference, second-best in the NEC behind only undefeated Peabody, sliced the gap to 21-17 by halftime, the Everett girls regained the momentum after the intermission to move out to a 33-25 lead at the third buzzer.

Although the first three periods had been dominated by the teams’ defenses, the offenses took over in the fourth quarter. Both Everett and Swampscott began to drop in three-pointers in a fiery exchange of long-range missiles. Piper Baker and Maddy Duraes were the principal bomb-throwers for Everett, who matched their Swampscott counterparts trey-for-trey.

By the time the final buzzer sounded, Everett had outpointed their guests 26-22 in the final eight minutes to prevail by a score of 59-47.

After Cardinale’s 18 points, Duraes was next on the point-scoring chart with 17. Jackie Emmanuel reached double figures with 10 points, followed by Baker with six, Veronica Bento with five, and Maya Kirnon with three points, all of which were clutch foul shots by Maya down the stretch that fended off any hopes of a Swampscott comeback.

Three nights later the Lady Crimson Tide trekked to Beverly to take on a Lady Panther squad that, similar to Everett, also is right around the .500 mark. 

Everett led at the first two junctures, 16-15 and 34-25, but then endured a disastrous third period in which the Lady Crimson were outscored 25-7, allowing Beverly to move out to a 50-41 lead that Everett never was able to overcome en route to a 72-59 defeat.

Duraes enjoyed a fine game, hitting for 20 points. Cardinale added 15 points and Emmanuel struck for nine. Kirnon chipped in seven, followed by Sara Thompson wth three and Saunti Benton and Briana Hippolyte with two apiece.

“A lack of consistency has been a problem for us all season,” noted EHS head coach Tammy Turner. “We played superbly against a Swampscott team that is one of the best in the area, but then against Beverly, we had a really bad period that changed the entire direction of the game.”

Turner and her crew need to win three of their remaining six contests in order to qualify for the post-season state tourney and finish with the required .500 record.

They were scheduled to host Marblehead last night (Tuesday) and will travel to Lynn English Friday evening. They will entertain Somerville next Tuesday and go back on the road to Lynn Classical next Thursday.

They will wrap their season with Senior Night against Salem on Friday, February 15, and then host non-league rival Haverhill on President’s Day.

EHS indoor track teams conclude season

The Revere High boys and girls indoor track and field teams concluded their dual-meet regular season last Wednesday against Marblehead at the Somerville fieldhouse.

Lucia Seide was the top performer for the Lady Crimson Tide, sprinting to victory in the 50 yard dash in a time of 6.4 seconds. Teammate Jessica Santos sped to a second place finish in a clocking of 6.7.

Victoria Chaparro scored three points for the Everett side of the scoresheet with a second-place performance in the 300 dash in 43.1.

AnnLaurie Pierre added a point for Everett with a third-place effort in the shot put with a throw of 21’-11”. Lyanne Murphy also finished third in her event, the 50 yard hurdles, with a time of 8.6.

On the boys’ side, three Crimson Tide athletes finished in second place: Mac Shillingford in the 600 dash in 36.5; Jason Louis in the 600 in 1:30.8; and Arthur Rose in the mile in 5:26.1.

Four Everett boys scored a point for their third-place finishes: Mario Sheard with a shot put throw of 37’-8”; Fabrice Jacques in the hurdles in 7.9; Clarence Jules in the 50 dash in 5.8; and Ryan Vu in the 1000 in 1:31.3.

LOCAL students earn academic honors

Jada Vaughan Named to UA Dean’s List

Jada Yavette Vaughan of Everett, was named to The University of Alabama Dean’s List for fall 2018.

A total of 12,332 students enrolled during the 2018 fall term at UA were named to the Dean’s List with an academic record of 3.5 or above or the President’s List with an academic record of 4.0 (all A’s).

The UA Dean’s and President’s lists recognize full-time undergraduate students. The lists do not apply to graduate students or to undergraduate students who take less than a full course load.

The University of Alabama, the state’s oldest and largest public institution of higher education, is a student-centered research university that draws the best and brightest to an academic community committed to providing a premier undergraduate and graduate education. UA is dedicated to achieving excellence in scholarship, collaboration and intellectual engagement; providing public outreach and service to the state of Alabama and the nation; and nurturing a campus environment that fosters collegiality, respect and inclusivity.

Lasell College Students Named to Dean’s List

Students at Lasell College were named to the Dean’s List for their strong academic performance in the fall 2018 semester:

Mariana McCarthy of Everett

Jennifer Polanco of Everett

To be named to the Dean’s List, they needed to complete at least 12 credits as a full-time student and achieve a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher.

Parlin School Quarter Two Honor Roll


High Honor

Gabriel Costa Fernandes

Gabriel Cunha

Melissa Gomez

Isabella Gonzalez

Belma Ikanovic

Luira Leite

Lucas Moreira

Abegail Musto

Carter Nguyen

Emily Nogueira

Tracy Pham

Ruby Renderos Batia

Ashley Seward

Christine Vanson


Sadie Almeida

Makayla Alphonse

Joshua Alves,

Jude Bach

Jevaun Berberena

Tre’von Carrington

Sonia Constanzs Flores

Albert Correa

Fahema Coudo

Vatte Fabert

Mama Gassama

Marie-Judette Germain

Marie-Judith Germain

Angel Jaikaran Guevara

Mayra Gutierrez

Angel Hernandez

Sarah Kiefer

Carlos Mungia Palacios

Aisha Oliver

Henrique Pinto

Leanette Rivera

Victoria Rodrigues

Kimberly Sanabria

Albert Santana


Clarice Alexis

Jessica Alonzo Guevara

Luis Bitencourt

Aura Linares

Rebecca Louis-Jaques

Bryan Martinez Ochoa

Marc Naceus

Dominc Papa

Emily Pindea

Aileen Ramos

Jonathan Renderos

Jonathan Rodriguez

Anthony Santizo

Angelina Vazquez


High Honors

Isadora Alves

Ana Julia Barreto

Luis Fernando Santana

Michelle Germain

Yasmine Laabadla

Leyna Lamothe

Angel Lemus-Paz

Luiz Maximiano

Myrsa Prinston

Emmanuela Raymond


Mebelin Aguilar Viera

Nataly Clara Alvarenga

Stasy Alvargena Lemus

Jose Aleman Rodriguez

Michael Cintron

Hugo Coutinho

Rodrigo Escobar

Susi Flores Palacios

Bryhanna Germain

Dawens Germain

Luis Granados Tejada

Gerardo Landaverde Chacon

Jenelly Lopez Rivera

Fernay Mendoza Ramos

Aeshah Mohammed

Jason Nelson

Fausto Paniagua

Maria Eduarda Pereira

Katherine Perez Privado

Emerson Pineda Chacon

Joselin Pineda Ramos

Salina Pun


Anderson Alas Pineda

Jessica Bechirian

Roshdi Belaji

Jasmine Carranza

Jennifer DeOliviera

Rafael Garcia

Sophia Gurung

Evelin Hernandez Murcia

Harry Jaikaran Guevara

Naika Jules Fleurant

Bryan Landaverde Domininguez

Bruno Lima

Dominik Mazariegos

Janeli Posada

Keilly Posada Morales

Darius Previlon

Jonelis Rodriguez Ramos

Lian Santos Dorosario

Ana Luiza Silva

Jacquelyne Tejada Chacon

Jackelyn Tejada Moraga

Ruthe Keren Xavier


High Honor

Abid Akrout

Gabriel De Andrade

Xenia Garcia Lemus

Yan Giestas Santana

Maria Goncalves

Benjamin Ikanovic

Kamili Vitoria Luiz Joaquim

Nancy Maharjan

Brandon Orellana Lemus

Marcos Pereira

Sicari Shand

Roger Vasquez


Alba Alvarado Coto

Jessica Escalon Landaverde

Karen Escobar Aguilar

Aniyah Eutsay

Leah Ferullo

Nilthon Flores Granados

Steven Hernandez Espinoza

Kimberly Herrera

Brandon Huezo

Luca Jean Noel

Anthony Melara

Mustafa Mohammed

Mauricio Morales

Mariana Najarro

Selvin Oajaca Rojop

Luiza Oliveira

Vanessa Rodrigues

Sarah Sales

Jesus Salguero Gonzalez

Jonathan Salguero Gonzalez

Sabrina Santana Hernandez

Carmen Soto Quintanilla

Moises Umana

Alexander Velasco

Leo Villanueva Figueroa


Leilani Almeida

Caio Henrique Araujo

Estefany Becker

Alan-Gregy Brizard

Maria Socorro Cabral

Iasmin Calle Souza

Steven Cordeiro

Cameron Couto

Caitin Currie

Gabriela De Barros

Daniel De Oliveira

Natalie De Oliveira

David De Souza

Charles DeBrosse

Nicholas DeSimone

Djoulissa Desriveaux

Joselin Diaz Luarca

Keinsnein Dorvilien

Helen Dos Santo Freitas

Josue Elena Alvarez

Tanaeja Elie

Brayan Erazo Nunez

Maressa Fernandes

Lilian Figueroa

Ana Flemings

Jackie Flores Guerra

Julissa Flores

Rayssa Gomes de Lima

David Guevara Contreras

Carla Guevara

Edin Jumique Garcia

Reklov Lageroy

Jasmin Maldonado-Hercules

Joao Pedro Marchetti

Omar Marshall

Fludjy Moise

Nolvi Navarro Sanabria

Tania Palencia Arriola

Karina Perez

Isabella Peronni

Anais Pina

Jennifer Portillo Sola

Moonhack Rattan

Kathelyn Cristine Ribeiro Farias

Ananda Rodrigues

Gustavo Rodrigues

Albert Rodrigues Lebron

Joao Rafael Santana

Luis Enrique Santizo Coronado

Brian Santos

Younus Shaikh

Geovany Tondreau

Johnny Trejo Tejada

Naun Ventura

Kerry Vincent

Katherine Vivas Tejada

Giaccobe Ward

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