Boys Track Coasts Past Lynn English, 77–8
The Everett High boys indoor track and field team improved to 4-1 on the season with a runaway 77-8 victory over Greater Boston League rival Lynn English last Wednesday.
The Crimson Tide took first place in all nine of the individual events and also won the 4 x 400 relay.
Everett swept four events: the hurdles behind the trio of senior captain Shinay Aristhene (8.0), junior Donald Michel (8.2), and junior Dawens Germain (8.4); the 50 dash with junior Jayden Prohete (5.7), junior Jalen Jones (5.8) and senior Carlos Perez (6.2); the 300 dash thanks to senior captain Omar Marshall (40.6), freshman Kayshaun Eveillard (40.6), and senior Reklov Lageroy (in a personal record time of 41.8); and the 600 dash led by senior captain Angel Torres (1:43.8), senior Aadit Manandhar (1:48), and freshman Kervens Joseph (1:48.6).
Everett went 1-2 in three events: the 1000 (senior Math Telson in 3:13.2 and junior Nischal Tamang in 3:18.8); the two-mile (senior captain Samuel Desir-Mafouana in 12:31 and sophomore David Huezo–Erazo in 13:31); and the high jump (junior Jalen Jones with a leap of 5′-6″ and junior Donald Michel with a jump of 5′-6″).
Junior Jason Stark captured first-place in the shot-put with a personal record throw of 37′-1 and senior Anthony Cooper won the mile with a clocking of 5:35.4.
Senior Shishir Pokhrel added a point with a third place finish in the mile with a clocking of 6:44.4, as did junior Adoni Santos in the shot-put with a throw of 35′-6″.
The 4 x 400 relay quartet of Eveillard, Jones, Fluidly Moise, and Marshall capped the Everett victory with a time of 4:00.7 for the final five points of the day.
Coach Jehu Cimea and his crew will take on first-place Somerville today (Wednesday) and Medford this Monday. The Greater Boston League Championship Meet is scheduled for next Friday, February 3, at the Reggie Lewis Athletic Center.
Girls Track Leashes the Bulldogs, 59–25; Desrameaux Sets Record
The Everett High girls indoor track and field team improved its record to 4-1 with a 59-25 triumph over the Lynn English Lady Bulldogs last Wednesday.
The highlight of the meet for coach Jehu Cimea’s squad was the performance of junior Darrynn Desrameaux, who took first place and set a new Everett High record in the shot-put with a throw of 31′-8.25″.
Darrynn’s performance was one of the seven first-place finishes for the Lady Crimson Tide: junior captain Nicole Brandao won the hurdles in a time of 8.8; senior captain Luca Jean Noel captured the mile with a clocking of 7:02; sophomore Yelsa Garcia sped to victory in the 300 dash with a personal record (PR) time of 49.2; sophomore Milena Antoine won the 600 dash in 2:14.4; junior captain Suzanne Maharjan won the two-mile in 16:33; and senior captain Nyla Crowder took the high jump with her leap of 4′-4″.
The Lady Crimson Tide also won the 4 x 400 relay. The quartet of junior Alisha LaFontant, sophomore Zyelle Cannon, senior Selma Moutaouakkil, and Garcia won their race in a time of 5:21.8, which was seven seconds faster than their Lady Bulldog counterparts.
Adding three points to the EHS score sheet with second-place performances were: senior captain Ida Bittaye in the hurdles (9.1); senior captain Nyla Crowder in the 50 dash (6.7); freshman Akanksha Neupane in the 600 dash (2:20.6); junior Tiffany Escobar in the 1000 (4:21.9); and Brandao in the high jump (4′-4″).
Four Everett girls contributed single points with third-place efforts: Cannon in the dash (7.0); junior Victoria Macao in the 300 (51.4); senior Samantha Exil in the 1000 (4:42.8); and junior Layla Betancur-Cardona in the shot (30′-3.25″).
Coach Jehu Cimea and his crew take on Somerville today (Wednesday) and will face Medford on Monday. The GBL championship meet is set for next Friday, February 3, at the Reggie Lewis Center.
EHS Girls Basketball Edges Revere, 49-47
The Everett High girls basketball team held on to come away with an exciting 49-47 triumph over Greater Boston League rival Revere last Tuesday in a contest that went down to the wire.
Senior captain Kaylee Rossi sank the winning bucket with four seconds to play to cap a strong performance in which Kaylee hit some key hoops down the stretch. Rossi finished with 17 points to go with five assists and three steals.
Emilia Maria Babcock also reached double figures with 11 points and pulled down seven rebounds.
Junior Malaica Guillaume played a key all-around role, chipping in nine points, grabbing eight boards, and making three steals.
“This was a tough battle of a game and a great team win under pressure,” said EHS head coach Riley Dunn.
The Lady Crimson Tide took the measure of another Greater Boston League rival, Somerville, the previous Thursday, 39-14. Babcock topped the scoring column with 10 points and was ferocious on defense with eight steals.
A day later on Friday (January 13), the Lady Crimson Tide came up on the short end of a 71-28 decision to non-league foe Malden Catholic. Rossi hit for 14 points for Everett.
Last Thursday, the Tide fell to GBL foe Medford, 50-37. Guillaume played a strong game with 12 points and eight rebounds.
Dunn and her crew, who stand at 5-6 overall on the season, were set to travel to Malden yesterday (Tuesday) and will host Chelsea tomorrow (Thursday).
They will entertain non-league opponent Lowell on Monday and will trek to Lynn Classical next Tuesday.
EHS Boys Hoop to Host Classical
The Everett High boys basketball team will take on a pair of Greater Boston League rivals in the coming week.
The Crimson Tide, who stand at 6-5 on the season (6-2 in the GBL), are scheduled to make the short trip across the Parkway tomorrow (Thursday) to take on GBL foe Chelsea.
They will host Lynn Classical this coming Tuesday, January 31. The opening tip in the EHS gym is set for 7:00.