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As Everett boys basketball gets ready for the postseason, hockey shoots for one more win to secure berth 

After officially qualifying for the Division 1 state tournament last week in a 57-39 win over Somerville, the Everett High School boys basketball team (10-5 in the Greater Boston League, 10-8 overall) dropped its next two games to non-league and ancient rival Cambridge at home, 59-45, before falling to Revere on Senior Night, 56-49.

As of Feb. 14, Coach Stanley Chamblain’s team is the 49th seed in Division 1. Lynn English, the Greater Boston League’s top team at 17-0, is the 13th best team in the division. Malden (10-8) is right behind the Tide as the 50th best team.  Lawrence (18-1), Catholic Memorial (16-2), Central Catholic (13-4), Franklin (15-1), Needham (15-1), Newton North (15-4), North High (16-2), North Andover (11-7), Beverly (13-5) and Xaverian Brothers (9-8) are the Top 10 Division 1 clubs.

Boys hockey needs one more win to clinch berth

The Everett boys co-op hockey team (4-5 in the Greater Boston League, 9-9 overall) needs just one more wins in their final three regular season games to secure a Division 3 state tournament berth.

After losing to non-league Bedford in back-to-back games last week by scores of 4-1 and 5-1, REEM defeated St. Joseph’s Prep Wednesday night, 10-2. They will now take on non-league Taunton in a rematch Friday night (Feb. 17) at home in Everett on Senior Night, starting at 6 p.m., after losing to their South Shore counterparts last month, 6-2. League rival Somerville then comes to Everett for a 6 p.m. Monday night, before non-league Northeast Voke closes out the regular season the next night at the same time.

As of Feb. 14, the Tide is now the 40th ranked team in Division 3. Scituate (14-4-2) and Lynnfield (15-0-1) are the top two teams in the division with undefeated records.

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