EHS Roundup

EHS Girls Hoop Wraps Up Season

The Everett High girls basketball team concluded its 2024 season with a 57-33 loss to Marblehead.

Emilia Maria Babcock led the Lady Crimson Tide with 11 points and pulled down five rebounds. Malaica Guillaume hit for nine points and grabbed eight boards.

The Tide finished with an 8-12 record, a final mark that does not reflect the many contests in which coach Riley Dunn’s squad fell short by two points or less.

For the EHS senior quintet of Malaica Guillaume, Malica Guillaume, Taisha Alexandre, Kaesta Sandy, and Gleidy Tejada Sanchez, the contest marked their final appearance in an EHS uniform.

“We will miss our five seniors,” said Dunn.

Desrameaux is 18th at Meet of Champions

Everett High shot-put record-holder Darryn Desrameaux capped off her superb indoor season with an 18th-place finish in the MIAA’s Meet of Champions that was held last Saturday at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Boston.

Darryn’s best toss of the day was 34’-1.5”. The Meet of Champions brings together the 25 best athletes in each track and field event, including the winners of all of the state divisional meets as well as the other top competitors.

Desrameaux established the EHS school record this season with a throw of 34’-11.25”. She also won the Greater Boston League championship and finished ninth in the Division 2 State Meet the previous week.

EHS Boys Open Play in State Tourney

The Everett High boys basketball team opened play in the MIAA Division 1 state tournament last night (Tuesday).

Coach Gerry Boyce’s Crimson Tide, who compiled a 15-5 overall record and finished in second place in the Greater Boston League with a 12-2 mark, are seeded 37th in Division 1. They traveled to 29th-seed Haverhill (9-11) for their preliminary-round contest.

The winner will move on to the Round of 32 to take on #4 seed No. Andover (16-4) at a time and date to be determined.

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