EHS Boys and Girls Track Teams Top Classical
The Everett High boys and girls indoor track and field teams handily outran Greater Boston League (GBL) rival Lynn Classical last week.
First-place finishers for the Crimson Tide boys, who triumphed by a score of 64-19, in their respective individual events were: senior Richard Malloy in the 50 dash in a time of 5.6 seconds; junior Omar Marshall in the 300 dash in 41.9; junior Matth Telson in the 600 in 1:53.3; senior Hablemariam Yirdaw in the 1000 in 3:37.7; senior Wesley Mompremier in the two-mile in 12:26.4; and senior Joseph Murillo in the shot-put with a toss of 36’-4.”
Adding three points for the Everett cause with second-place efforts were: junior Adam Penaflor in the hurdles in 8.6; junior Reklov Lageroy in the 300 in 44.0; junior Aadit Manadhar in the 600 in 2:09.4; freshman David Huezo-Erazo in the two-mile in 15:50.8; Malloy with a high jump of 5’-2”; and freshman Pablo Jimenez Pineda in the shot-put with a toss of 22’-2”.
Third-place finishes adding one point to the Everett side of the scoresheet came from junior Shinay Aristhene in the hurdles in 9.1; senior Lilian Pochot in the dash in 6.2; junior Angel Torres in the 300 in 44.6; senior Dennis Blanco Canton in the 1000 in 3:41.9; Penaflor in the high jump with a leap of 5’-0”; and freshman Diego Sanchez with a shot-put throw of 16’-2”.
The 4 x 400 relay quartet of Telson, Desir-Mafouana, Penaflor, and Marshall earned five points with a clocking of 4:16.
On the girls’ side, the Lady Crimson Tide handily won by a score of 71-5.
Everett took first place in every event: senior Lakisha Kirnon in the hurdles in 8.9; senior Gigi Boyce in the dash in 7.0; freshman Yelsa Garcia in the 300 in 51.8; senor Nataly Anaya in the 600 in 2:27; junior Samantha Exil in the 1000 in 5:01.9; junior Luca Jean Noel in the mile in 8:01.5; junior Suzanne Maharjan in the two-mile in 19:59; senior Rejeana Guilaume with a high jump of 4’-4”; and sophomore Layla Betancut-Cardona with a shot-put throw of 24’-3”.
The Everett 4 x 400 relay quartet of Datchene Elysse, Selma Moutaouakkil, Nataly Anaya, and Yelsa Garcia
handily ran to victory in a time of 5:17, compared to the Classical clocking of 6:03.
Scoring three points for the Everett side with second-place performances were: junior Ida Bitaya in the hurdles in 10.5; junior Nyla Crowder in the dash in 7.2 and in the high jump with a leap of 4’-2”; senior Datchene Elysse in the 300 in 53.7; senior Anaika Accilien in the 600 in 2:36.2; and junior Julianna Edwards in the shot-put with a throw of 22’-7”.
Third-place points were earned by junior Sophia Souza in the hurdles in 10.6; junior Selma Mouaouakkil in the dash in 7.4; and sophomore Arianna Reed in the 300 in 56.8. Coach Jehu Cimea and his squad were scheduled to meet Lynn English yesterday (Tuesday) and will travel to Somerville next Wednesday