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Crimson Tide girls’ basketball team escapes past host Revere for fifth GBL win

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Everett preps for busy week against non-league Lowell, then Lynn rivals Rams and Bulldogs

  The Everett High School girls’ basketball team (5-4 in the Greater Boston League, 5-6 overall) took on host Revere on Jan. 17 and came away with a clutch win to remain in the hunt for a state tournament berth.

  “This was a huge win for us,” said coach Riley Dunn. And it turned out to be an even more important triumph considering they dropped a 50-37 decision to Medford two nights later, also on the road.

  Kayley Rossi paced the offensive attack against the Patriots with 17 points. Rossi also chipped in with five assists and three steals. “Rossi contributed some huge buckets down the stretch that helped us pull out the win,” said Rossi.

  Emilia Maria Babcock was next in line on offense with 11 points. She also grabbed seven rebounds. “This was a great team win,” added the Everett coach.

  But the Mustangs then avenged an earlier 45-41 loss to the Tide to even the score on the season.

  Malaica Guillaume led all Everett scorers with 12 points against the Mustangs the second time around. She was also credited with eight rebounds.

  The Everett girls took on Malden on the road and Chelsea at home earlier this week (after press deadline). They are scheduled to host Lowell on Monday night (Jan. 30), starting at 7 p.m., before heading to Lynn the next night to face the Lynn Classical Rams, beginning at 6 p.m., to close out the month of January. The Lynn English Bulldogs then come to town to go up against the Crimson Tide on Feb. 2 at 6 p.m.

Emilia Maria-Babcock reaped 11 points for the Lady Tide.
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The Crimson Tide’s Malaica Guillaume led Everett with 12 points. (Advocate photos by Emily Harney)

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