EHS Roundup

EHS Track Teams Open 2022 Season

The Everett High girls and boys track teams opened their 2022 dual-meet season this past Friday with a meet against Greater Boston League rival Revere.

On the girls’ side, Rejeana Guilaume captured the high jump with a leap of 4’-4” to place five points onto the Everett side of the scoresheet.

Julianna Edwards won the shot-put with a toss of 26’-4” and Alyssa Hurley took second with a throw of 25’-11”.

In the 50 yard hurdles, Lakisha Kirnon grabbed second place with a clocking of 9.4 seconds and teammate Ida Bitaya took third in 9.9.

Gig Boyce sprinted to victory in the 50 yard dash with a time of 6.85 and Datchne Elysse took third in 7.0.

Yelsa Garcia finished third in the 300 dash in 52.4 and Anaika Accilien grabbed third spot in the 600 with a run of 2:23.2.

In the 1000, Nataly Anaya took second place in 4:25.7 and Luca Jean-Noel finished third in 4:27.7.

The final tally showed Revere prevailing by a score of 52-29.

Although the boys fell by a score of 65-20, there were a number of Crimson Tide who turned in fine performances.

Donovan Gaskins won the shot-put with a toss of 38’-5/5” and teammate Joseph Murillo took second with a throw of 34’-10.75.”

Omar Marshall won his event, the 300 meter dash, with a clocking of 43.4, to add five points for the Everett side of the scoresheet.

Matth Telson scored three points with a second-place performance in the 600 dash with a run of 1:53.1

In the 50 yard dash, Brandon Ho grabbed third place with a sprint of 6.3 seconds. Dennis Blanco Canton took a third place with a clocking of 3:37.4 in the 1000 meter run.

Angel Torres likewise added a point for the Everett cause with a third-place effort in the mile in 6:08.2, as did Wensley Mompremier in the two-mile run with a time of 12:34.4.

Everett Track Competes at the Speed Classic

A large contingent of members of the Everett High boys and girls indoor track teams competed at the Speed Classic that was held this past Sunday at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Boston.

For the girls, Gigi Boyce was the top Everett finisher in the 55 meter dash, coming across the line in a time of 8.15 seconds to place 26th among the field of 156 competitors.

Nyla Crowder sprinted to a clocking of 8.47, followed by teammates Datchene Elysse in 8.54, Ida Bittaye in 8.64, Arianna Reed in 9.08, Darynn Desrameuax in 9.31, Kristi Skane in 9.35, Julianna Edwards in 9.36, Sophia Souza in 9.41, Geralisha Jacquet in 9.46, Sephora Cherilus in 9.53, Zyelle Cannon in 9.54, and Olivia Lavaud in 9.74.

In the 300 dash, freshman Yelsa Garcia performed superbly with a clocking of 47.91, placing Yelsa in 21st place in the field of 110 runners.

In the 600 dash, Nataly Anaya came across the line in 2:09.29 and teammate Suzanne Maherjan clocked-in at 2:36.06.

In the 300 hurdles, Lakisha Kirnon finished in 26th spot in 11.01.

The 4 x 200 relay team finished in 13th place with a time of 2:03.58.

On the boys’ side, Brandon Ho finished in 41st place in the 55 dash with a sprint of 7.28 among the field of 164 competitors.

Owen Beauvil clocked-in at 7.91, followed by Aadit Manadhar in 8.01, Ansh Soni in 8.16, Khang Nruyen in 8.18, Alexander Velasco in 8.33, Sushant Shrestha in 8.79, and Daniel Ngo in 9.54.

In the 300 dash, Omar Marshall turned in a performance of 41.43, good for 38th place in the field of 118 runners. Omar was followed by teammates Angel Torres (42.83), Aleck Reteau (42.93), Reklov Legeroy (43.76), Fludjy Moise (45.69), and Shinay Aristhene (47.50).

In the 600 dash, Matth Telson was the top Everett competitor with a time of 1:41.82. Samuel Desir-Mafouana was close behind in 1:42.69, followed by Wensley Mompremier in 1:48.56.

EHS Basketball Teams Open 2022 GBL Season

The Everett girls and boys basketball team opened play against their Greater Boston League opponents last week.

On the boys’ side, the Crimson Tide took the measure of Revere last Tuesday by a score of 67-53. Everett overcame an early deficit of 17-7 after the first quarter, employing full-court pressure that created Revere turnovers, to slice the margin to 29-27 at the half.

The Everett defense continued to make life difficult for Revere after the intermission, with the Crimson Tide forging a 43-40 advantage after three periods.

The contest remained a tight affair, with Everett holding onto a slim 51-47 lead with four minutes to play, but a pair of steals and layups by the Tide opened up a 55-47 bulge.

The Patriots hung tough, closing the gap to 55-51, but some clutch three-point shooting down the stretch by Everett sealed the victory.

Roger Vasquez (25 points) and John Monexant (15 points) led the way in the scoring column for the Tide.

Two nights later, Everett made it 2-0 in the GBL (2-1 overall) with a victory over Medford, 65-51.

Coach Stanley Chamblain’s squad was set to take on GBL rival Malden yesterday (Tuesday) and then will play in a holiday tournament next week at Cathedral High.

The EHS girls, the defending GBL champs, came up short in its contests with Revere (62-39) and Medford (55-53).

Emilia-Maria Babcock (15 points) and captain Kayley Rossi (14 points) topped the scoring chart for the Lady Crimson Tide in the Revere contest.

In addition to Rossi and Babcock (who is a freshman), members of coach Riley Dunn’s varsity squad include seniors Jane Odiari (F), Ashley Cordeiro (G), and Celeste Fucillo (F) and a host of newcomers: juniors Japhnie Pierre (G), Nehemie Lucien (F), Tatiana Moran (G), Tanaeja Elie (F), Lamiah Wizard (G/F) and sophomore Kaesta Sandy (F).

“We have a lot of newcomers to the team,” said Dunn. “It’s a rebuilding year, but we have a lot of potential.

“We’re very excited for the opportunity to be back on the court for a full schedule of games,” Dunn added. “We’re looking forward to seeing the younger girls step up and make big contributions to this program.”

Dunn and her crew were scheduled to meet GBL foe Malden last night (Tuesday) and will play at non-league rival Arlington next Wednesday.

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