EHS Roundup

EHS Boys Track Tops Lynn English

The Everett High boys indoor track and field team improved to 3-2 on the season with a runaway 70-9 triumph over Greater Boston League (GBL) rival Lynn English at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Boston.

In addition to the team’s victory, there were a number of individual highlights for coach Jehu Cimea’s Crimson Tide:

Sophomore Kayshaun Eveillard qualified for the State Meet that will be held at the end of the season in the 55 meter dash with a sprint of 6.89;

Senior Donald Michel also made States in the hurdles with a time of 8.65;

Sophomore Lucas Nunez achieved a personal record (PR) in the 1000 with a clocking of 3:09.25;

Fellow sophomore Jeremy Whitlow also ran PR in the 1000 with a time of 3:25.52; and

Senior captain Nischal Tamang ran a PR in the mile with a time of 5:21.37.

The full results for the Crimson Tide were as follows:

55 dash: Jeremiah Jean- Louis, 1st, 7.18; Joao Barreiros, 3rd, 7.28;

55 hurdles: Donald Michel, 1st, 8.65; Dawens Germain, 2nd, 11.10;

300 dash: Kayshaun Eveilard, 1st, 37.59; Luvens Hector, 2nd, 40.98;

600 dash: Dawens Germain, 1st, 1:42.41; Adruen Reyes, 2nd, 1:42.94;

1000:  Lucas Nunez, 1st, 3:09.35; Jeremy Whitlow, 2nd, 3:25.52; Randy Cruz, 3rd, 3:40.52;

1-mile: Nischal Tamang, 1st, 5:21.37; John Cardoso, 2nd, 5:49.77; Miguel Ventura, 3rd, 6:29;

2-mile: Anthony Whitlow, 1st, 12:37.46; David Huezo-Erazo, 2nd, 13:50.57; Domenico Dele Rosa, 3rd, 15:33.35;

High jump: Dawens Germain, 1st, 5’-4”; Donald Michel, 2nd, 5’-0”;

Long jump: Khang Nruyen, 1st, 18’-5.5”; and

Shot-put: Shane McKenzie, 1st, 37’-9”; Jason Stark, 2nd, 37’-8”; Fabrice Michaud, 3rd, 36’-9.5”.

Cimea and his crew will be back at the Reggie next Tuesday for their final tri-meet of the regular season against GBL opponents Revere and Medford.

EHS Girls Track Falls to English

The Everett High girls indoor track and field team came up short in their dual meet against  Greater Boston League (GBL) opponent Lynn English last Wednesday, 62-33, at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Boston.

Three Lady Crimson Tide captured first place in their respective events: Darrynn Desrameaux won the shot-put with a throw of 31’-6”; Nicole Brandao sped to victory in the 55 meter hurdles in a clocking of 10.29; and Suzanne Maharjan took top spot in the 2-mile run with a time of 15:36.67, a clocking that marked a personal record (PR) for the senior captain by 30 seconds.

The other point-scorers for Everett were:

55 dash:  Yelsa Garcia, 3rd, 8.16;

55 hurdles: Devon Gomez-Walrod, 3rd, 11.32;

300 dash: Zyelle Cannon-Mathis, 3rd, 50.90;

600 dash: Milena Antonio, 2nd, 2:11.06;

1000: Tiffany Escobar, 2nd, 4:20.43;

1-mile: Nicole Fonseca, 2nd, 7:44.84;

Long jump: Yelaa Garcia, 2nd, 12’-1”;

Shot-put: Layla Betancur-Cardona, 2nd, 29’-3.5”.

Coach Jehu Cimea and his squad will take on GBL foes Revere and Medford next Tuesday at the Reggie in a tri-meet to wrap up their regular season.

EHS Girls Basketball Looks To Get Back on Track

The Everett High girls basketball team was looking to get back on the winning track with a contest at Greater Boston League (GBL) rival Chelsea yesterday (Tuesday).

The Lady Crimson Tide came up short in their three games this past week.

Last Tuesday, coach Riley Dunn’s squad dropped a 46-45 decision to GBL foe Medford in overtime. Emilia Maria Babcock turned in a superb effort, pouring in 22 points and grabbing six rebounds. Kaesta Sandy, who made some big plays down the stretch, reached double figures with 10 points and pulled down seven boards.

In addition, “Casey Martinez and Taisha Alexandre both took charges for the team on defense, boosting the energy when we needed it,” said Dunn. “Sonia Constanza Flores and Malaica Guillaume were also consistent defensive forces battling for rebounds, getting big stops, and never giving up.

“We went down in the game early, but continued to battle the entire time,” Dunn continued. “We had numerous people stepping up on the team doing the little things — taking charges, grabbing big rebounds, and making big plays under pressure. Unfortunately, we didn’t come up on the other side, but I’m proud of the girls’ fight and ‘never quit’ attitude.”

Last Thursday, the Lady Crimson Tide fought hard with another GBL foe, Malden, but fell just short once again, 40-38.

“It seemed to be a week of close games,” noted Dunn. “We lost another tough battle to Malden. It was a high-intensity, high-energy game throughout each quarter — really great energy for a girls high school basketball game. Unfortunately, we didn’t end up on top.”

Malaica Guillaume was all over the boards with her second double-double of the season, scoring  14 points, pulling down 12 rebounds, making three steals, and blocking two shots. Emilia Maria Babcock also once again was a force for Everett, scoring 11 points, grabbing five rebounds, and was everywhere on defense with five steals.

This past Friday Dunn’s crew took on non-league opponent Lowell and dropped a 52-39 decision.

“It was another tough loss,” said Dunn. “We came out strong and stayed with Lowell most of the game with a very tough defensive effort and great contributions on offense. We are definitely growing as a team and it is starting to show on the court. We’re looking to get a ‘W’ next week as we continue to get better.”

Emilia Maria Babcock had another impressive stat line, snagging her first double-double, with 16 points, 10 boards, four assists, and three steals. Malaica Guillaume chipped in six points, six caroms, two assists, and two steals in leading the Tide’s defensive effort.

After last night’s contest with Chelsea, Dunn’s crew will host GBL rival Lynn Classical tomorrow (Thursday) evening with the opening tip set for 7:00. They will travel to GBL opponent Lynn English next Tuesday.

EHS Boys Hoop Hosts Lynn English Tuesday for 1st Place

The Everett High boys basketball team, which rebounded from its first Greater Boston League (GBL) loss of the season to Revere with victories over GBL rivals Medford (75-61) and Malden (54-40) this past week, will host GBL foe Lynn English next Tuesday in what shapes up as a battle for undisputed possession of first place in the GBL.

Both teams presently have one loss in the league. The Crimson Tide leashed the Bulldogs in the teams’ first meeting earlier in the season in a barnburner, 65-61, and the rematch at the EHS gym promises to be more of the same before what should be a packed EHS gym. The opening tip is set for 7:00.

Prior to that battle, coach Gerry Boyce and his crew were scheduled to host Chelsea yesterday (Tuesday) and will travel to Lynn Classical tomorrow (Thursday).

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