EHS Roundup

EHS Boys Soccer Edges Revere, 1-0

The Everett High boys soccer team made the most of their lone game this past week, earning a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Revere, the defending Greater Boston League champion.

Senior Dan Cadet reached the back of the Revere net to provide the decisiver goal of the contest, while senior goalkeeper Dominick Reyes earned the shutout in net to post the clean sheet.

“Revere is a very disciplined team that plays with a lot of heart, but our guys played a heck of a game,” said EHS head coach Pedro Blas. “We played great under pressure and played well as a team. We controlled 60% of the possession of the ball — it was a great team win.”

Blas and his crew were scheduled to host Medford yesterday (Tuesday) and will entertain Malden tomorrow (Thursday). They will make the short trip across the Parkway to Chelsea Stadium next Tuesday.

EHS Girls Soccer Defeats Salem, 4-1

The Everett High girls soccer team defeated Salem, 4-1, last Monday.

Four Lady Crimson Tide, sophomore captain Layla Betancur-Cardona, senior Maria Paula Zubieta Numpaque, freshman Emilia Maria Babcock, and freshman Yelsa Garcia, reached the back of the Salem net to provide a balanced scoring attack for coach Sheryl Steeves’s squad.

This past Thursday the Everett girls took on a strong Revere opponent for the second time this season and turned in a strong effort despite a 2-1 loss.

Senior Maria Paula Zubieta Numpaque scored the Lady Crimson Tide goal.

“The girls all played really well,” said Steeves. “Unfortunately, we still came up a little short. Captain Mariana Madrigal Orrego was our goal keeper and played an amazing game.”

Steeves and her crew were scheduled to play at Medford yesterday (Tuesday) and will trek to Malden tomorrow (Thursday). They will host Chelsea next Tuesday.

EHS Field Hockey Wins Two Contests

The Everett High field hockey team put it all together to earn a 2-0 victory over Greater Boston League rival Revere last Wednesday.

Omar Marshall, assisted by Meghan Currie, and Robert Fuccillo, assisted by Cristina Snook, scored the Crimson Tide’s goals.

“It was an all-around great game,” said EHS head coach Melissa O’Donnell. “We had great play by all, but our defense of Julianna Edwards, Jessica Colman, Stephanie De Souza, and Melissa Lopes kept us in the game, as did our goalie, Sarai Velez, who earned the shutout.

“Our midfielders, Celeste Fuccillo and Kaylee Rossi, and forwards Omar Marshall, Robert Fuccillo, Ella Hickey, Cristina Snook, Jules Curran, Adam Marshall, Rebecca Hickey, Meghan Currie, Emma Buckley, Kayleigh McMahon, Tianna Allen, Alexa Uga, and Alana O’Brien also played a huge role by keeping the ball on the Revere side of the 50 almost the whole game and holding their best players to zero points,” O’Donnell added.

The following day O’Donnell and her crew made the long trip to Rockport a happy journey and came home with a 2-0 triumph.

Goalie Sarai Velez added another shutout to her career total. Omar Marshall, assisted by Robert Fuccillo and Ella Hickey, and Adam Marshall, unassisted, provided the goal-scoring.

“We had great midfield play by Celeste Fuccillo, Julianna Edwards, Melissa Lopes, and Kaylee Rossi,” said O’Donnell. “Our defense of Jessica Colman, Stephany de Souza, Melissa Lopes, Celeste Fuccillo, and Robert Fuccillo stepped up and stopped eight corners and generated our offense to move the ball up for our forwards,

Jules Curran, Alexa Uga, Ella Hickey, Kristie Skane, Emma Buckley, Tiana Allen, Kayleigh McMahon, Alana O’Brien, Rebecca Hickey, Bethy Palocis. and Meghan Currie.

“We had a lot of our athletes see the field for the first time as varsity players and they all played great,” O’Donnell added.

O’Donnell and her squad are scheduled to play at Malden today (Wednesday) and will host Northeast Regional next Tuesday. They will entertain Revere in a rematch next Wednesday at 7 Acre Park.

EHS Golf Team Continues to Improve

Although the Everett High golf team came out on the short end of a tri-match with Medford and Malden/Revere last week, EHS head coach Steve Gallagher continues to see many encouraging signs from his players.

“We are hitting the ball well, but having some trouble with the short game recently,” said Gallagher. “Justin Longmore and Matthew Turilli both played well enough to win a few holes each, but we have to put it all together going forward.

“We see Somerville and Medford next week so we have more opportunities to get better,” Gallagher added.

The Crimson Tide were scheduled to take on Medford yesterday (Tuesday) and Somerville tomorrow (Thursday).

EHS Cross Country Team Does Well vs. Revere

The Everett High girls and boys cross country teams turned in their fastest individual performances of the season against Revere on a perfect day for a cross-country meet on their new, three-mile home course at 7 Acres Park last Wednesday.

Luca Jean-Noel was the top runner for the Crimson Tide girls, taking fourth place with a time of 28:01. Teammate Suzanne Maharjan came across in eighth place in a clocking of 33:45 and Olivia Lavaud finished in ninth place in 41:28.

On the boys’ side, the Crimson Tide engaged in a fierce battle with their Patriot rivals with just 17 seconds separating the first seven runners. Everett’s Sam Desir finished in second place with a time of 20:13, just four seconds behind Revere’s Victor Pelatere, who is the defending Greater Boston League champion.

Teammate Matth Telson was right behind Sam in third spot in 20:14.

Anthony Cooper also turned in a strong performance, coming across the line in seventh place with a time of 20:26.

Fausto Paniagua finished in ninth place in a clocking of 28:33 and Randy Vega Martinez came across in 11th place with a time of 35:19, 

“We had a good meet,” said EHS head coach Brendan Hahesy. “It was a great performance by the team with every runner posting their best performance of the season.” Hahesy and his crew are scheduled to run at Somerville today (Wednesday) and at Medford next Wednesday

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