EHS Field Hockey Team Tops Revere
The Everett High field hockey team turned in an outstanding all-around effort to earn a 2-0 victory at Greater Boston League rival Revere last Wednesday.
Omar Marshall, assisted by Robert Fuccillo, scored both of the goals for the Crimson Tide.
“We played great defense all game,” said EHS head coach Melissa O’Donnell. “Ella Hickey played unbelievably, holding Revere’s best player scoreless.”
The coach also cited the strong performances of defenders Jessica Colman, Sarai Velez, Melissa Lopes, and Stephany De Souza.
O’Donnell lauded the offensive play of Robert Fuccillo, Addam Marshall, and Omar Marshall.
“The team had a great game all-around,” added O’Donnell.
The Crimson Tide have a busy week ahead. They will host Revere in a rematch today (Wednesday) at 7 Acre Park and then will make the long trek to non-league foe Rockport tomorrow (Thursday). They will return home to entertain Northeast Regional on Friday and then play at Malden next Wednesday.
EHS Girls Soccer Earns Two Victories
The Everett High girls soccer team enjoyed a successful week, defeating Greater Boston League rival Lynn English last Wednesday and non-league foe Greater Lawrence on Friday.
The contest with English was a defensive battle, but a highlight-reel goal by Lamiah Wyzard proved the difference in a 1-0 victory for the Crimson Tide.
Everett goalkeeper and senior captain Mariana Madrigal Orrego recorded the clean sheet.
By contrast, the win over Greater Lawrence saw Everett reach the back of their opponent’s net five times for a 5-1 win.
The goal-scorers for the Lady Crimson Tide were senior Maria Paula Zubieta Numpaque, senior captain Gigi Boyce, senior Leticia Zavala Ayala, and freshman Yelsa Garcia, who scored two goals.
Keeper Mariana Madrigal Orrego once again earned the win in the net.
“Overall, the team played well,” said EHS head coach Sheryl Steeves, whose squad was scheduled to host GBL rival Somerville yesterday (Tuesday) and entertain Revere tomorrow (Thursday) at 6:00 at 7 Acre Park.
They will travel to Medford next Tuesday and to Malden next Thursday.
Tight Match for EHS Golfers with Lynn English
The Everett High golf team played well, but came up on the short end of a 40-32 decision to Lynn English last Thursday in a contest that was played at the Stoneham Oaks golf course.
“It was a really close match, but ultimately, we did not have enough firepower to win,” said EHS coach Steve Gallagher.
“However, I am very proud of the progress my kids have made this season,” added Gallagher, whose Crimson Tide were led by junior Alex Velasco and sophomore Makenzie Powers, both of whom tied their matches with their English counterparts.
Last Tuesday the Crimson Tide fell to Lynn Classical by a score of 48.5-23.5. Powers turned in a fine performance, defeating her Classical opponent by a score of 5.5-3.5.
Gallagher and his squad were scheduled to meet Somerville yesterday (Tuesday) and then engage in a tri-match with Medford and Revere/Malden tomorrow (Thursday).
EHS Boys Soccer Blanks English, 5-0
The Everett High boys soccer team earned a split decision in its contests with its two Greater Boston
League rivals from Lynn.
After coming out on the short end of a 3-1 decision at Lynn Classical last Tuesday night, the Crimson Tide rebounded with a 5-0 rout of Lynn English.
Guiherme Meireles and Luan Cruz both scored two goals and Guilherme Moraes added a solo marker to provide the offensive punch for Everett.
Senior goal keeper Dominick Reyes earned the shutout in net to post the clean sheet.
“Our seniors stepped up and carried the team with their leadership,” said EHS head coach Pedro Blas. “I was very proud of them.”
Blas and his crew were scheduled to meet Somerville yesterday (Tuesday) and will make the short ride down the Revere Beach Parkway to play at Revere tomorrow (Thursday).
They will host Medford next Tuesday and Malden next Thursday at 7 Acre Park.
EHS Cross Country Team Runs Well vs. Malden
The Everett High cross country team made history last week when coach Brendan Hahesy and his crew hosted Malden in the first-ever race held on Everett’s new 3-mile home course at Rivergreen Park in Everett.
For the girls, Luca Jean-Noel finished in fifth place with a time of 29:37. Suzanne Maharjan finished in sixth with a clocking of 36:06 and Olivia Lavaud took seventh with a time of 41:41.
On the boys’ side, Wensley Mompremier finished in third place with a time of 19:09. Sam Desir came across the line in fifth place with a time of 19:58.
“Running under 20 minutes for three miles is a great accomplishment,” noted Hahesy.
Matth Telson finished in sixth place in 20:27, Anthony Cooper took seventh in 20:46, and Sebasian Fong finished 10th in 26:49.
“We had a strong meet vs Malden,” said Hahesy. “The team is showing a great deal of growth, with the athletes on average improving their time by more than three minutes.”
The Crimson Tide are scheduled to host Revere today (Wednesday) and will travel to Somerville next Wednesday.