Highlights of EHS Sports in 2023

Everett High Football Falls Short of an MIAA Playoff Berth

The Everett High football team had a 7-1 record with seven consecutive victories as the MIAA playoffs were set to begin in November. Many observers felt that first-year head coach Justin Flores had his GBL championship team playing its best football of the season and ready to make a strong run for a Division 1 state title.

But the Crimson Tide would not qualify for the playoffs after the MIAA power rankings placed Everett in the No. 18 position in Division 1. Sixteen teams, including one school [BC High] that Everett had defeated during the season, qualified for the playoffs.

Everett completed its season with a 56-28 victory over St. Mary’s in a Thanksgiving eve game at Everett Memorial Stadium.

All-Scholastic Christian Zamor, one of the state’s most highly recruited players and recipient of the Bouvier Jewelers Award at the E Club Dinner, announced during the season that he had decommitted from Boston College and would consider other colleges for the next chapter of his rising football career.

Meanwhile, EHS football alumnus Mikey Sainristil is having an outstanding season for the University of Michigan football team that will play Alabama in the College Football Playoffs on New Year’s Day.

Poste-Schiavo Leads EHS Softball to GBL Crown

Coach Stacy Poste- Schiavo’s softball program, led by seniors Kristi Skane, Kayley Rossi, and Jules Curran, continued its decades-long excellence, capturing an undisputed GBL title and making another appearance in the MIAA Tournament. Poste-Schiavo, one of the state’s winningest active coaches, was the recipient of a Citation of Achievement Award at the ‘E’ Club Dinner.

Skane represented Everett High in the Harry Agganis Softball Classic in Lynn, turning in an excellent performance. Skane is now studying at University of Southern California, one of the nation’s most prestigious colleges.

Coach Mike Fineran’s girls volleyball team, led by captains Nicole Brandano and Yasmine Laabadia, qualified for the MIAA Tournament.

E Club of Everett Rolls On

The E Club of Everett distinguished itself once again, hosting two impressive banquets and presenting scholarships to Everett High seniors. The club, under the leadership of Executive Director Carl Colson and President Michael LaCourt, remains one of the area’s most respected and well-known sports booster organizations.

Pop Warner Team Qualifies for National Championships

The Everett Crimson Tide Pop Warner organization, under the direction of President Brian Dimond, had another banner year, giving more than 200 youth football players and cheerleaders an opportunity to showcase their athletic skills while learning about teamwork and sportsmanship.

Coach Melvin Fiore’s 10-under team advanced to the National Championships in Orlando, Florida, providing a memorable experience for all the players, coaches, and parents who traveled to the Sunshine State.

Everett Little League Wins District 12 Title

Everett Little League has enjoyed a resurgence, thanks to the leadership of President Brian Savi and other officers in the youth baseball organization.

The ELL 12-year-old team, led by manager Joe Young, won the District 12 title in the Williamsport Tournament.  All-Star pitchers Nick Young and Caden Foley helped Everett bring home the title with their clutch performances.

Meanwhile, All-Star player Nick Savi showed his initiative and leadership as the state’s top individual fundraiser for the Jimmy Fund.

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