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EHS Crimson Tide Varsity Girls’ Softball Coach clinches 300th career win

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  Everett Crimson Tide Varsity Softball Head Coach Stacy Poste-Schiavo earned her 300th career win during Everett’s 21-0 shutout win against Somerville High School on Monday.

  “It’s a good feeling,” said Poste-Schiavo, a 1991 Everett High graduate. “I give credit to my girls and assistant coaches. I’m glad we were at home. It wouldn’t have felt the same.”

  The former EHS Class President won 23 state tournaments and three Greater Boston League titles. She pitched a 20-0 record in softball, was a basketball forward and cheered for the Tide football team during her time at Everett High School. The Parlin School seventh grade social studies teacher had her father, Albert, and husband, Michael, cheering her on. She also pitched at Merrimack College and Bridgewater State University in the 90s. She has coached softball at EHS since 1997, adding that the players’ talent makes her want to stay.

  The coach, team and family celebrated with confetti, cake and pizza after the winning game.

Senior Pitcher Celeste Fuccillo, who pitched a no-hitter, said shes been enjoyed her softball career with Poste-Schiavo. Her mother, Andrea, pitched with her in the 90s, coming full circle.

Emilia Maria-Babcock presented Coach Stacy Poste-Schiavo with a game ball that she and her teammates signed.
Everett Crimson Tide softball players made a congratulatory poster. Pictured from left to right: Emma Longmore, Kristi Skane, Arabela Cvitkusic, Bryana Mason, Kayley Rossi, Head Coach Stacy Poste-Schiavo, Gianna Masucci, Celeste Fuccillo, Emilia-Maria Babcock, Ashley Seward, Julia Curran, Jayla Davila and Alexa Uga; Assistant Coach Jennifer Nigro is in front.
Teammates congratulated Coach Stacy Poste-Schiavo with a plaque on her 300th career win on Patriots’ Day.
Everett Crimson Tide teammates celebrated with red and white confetti, which are their team colors. Kristi Skane sprayed confetti after Monday’s 21-0 win against the Somerville High School Highlanders.

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