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EHS SPORTS UPDATE: Crimson Tide baseball starts the season with a 2-2 mark; softball gets second no-hitter pitching performance in as many weeks; Crimson Tide Boys Volleyball goes to 2-2 with a match victory over Chelsea

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  Everett High baseball second-year Head Coach Joel Levine has the Crimson Tide baseball squad all even at 2-2 overall after a strong season start. Everett started the season with a pair of one-sided wins over Greater Boston League rivals Malden (11-1) and Chelsea (13-0), as the Tide piled up the offensive numbers. Everett also got strong pitching performances out of sophomore righthanders Justin Longmore and Matt Turilli.

  Coach Levine’s Tide then ran into both Lynn teams in back-to-back fashion this past week, with similar results. A double-dip took place with Everett falling, 11-1, in a road game at Fraser Field in Lynn and then dropping a heartbreaker, 6-5, at home at Glendale Park on Wednesday, April 13. The sophomore righty Longmore pitched another excellent game on Wednesday, but unearned runs hurt the cause on a picture-perfect spring weather day.

  Everett baseball has a busy week ahead with a non-league road game at Greater Lawrence Tech at 10:00 a.m. today followed by a road trip on Patriots’ Day, Monday, April 18 against GBLer Somerville at Trum Field at 10:00 a.m. On Wednesday, April 20, Everett will take on Revere High at home (Glendale Park, Everett) at 10:00 a.m.


Everett High Softball gets another no-hitter as Skane, Tide blank Chelsea Devils

  Everett High softball and Head Coach Stacy Schiavo may have made some school history when a Tide pitcher hurled a no-hitter for the second time in two weeks. Celeste Fuccillo accomplished the feat last week in a 7-0 win over Malden to start the season; Kristi Skane then proceeded to do the same in a Crimson Tide shutout victory over Chelsea High. Skane allowed no hits, walked three and struck out 12 Red Devil hitters.

  Skane also had a big day at the plate with a leadoff triple in the first, then scoring what turned out to be the first and game-winning run. Bryanna Mason, Jayla Davila and Emila Marie-Babcock all had big hits to power a six-run third inning. Everett exploded with 11 runs in the fourth inning to put the game out of reach.

  Skane finished off the shutout and the no-hitter with two strikeouts to end the game.

  Everett improved to 3-1 overall (3-1 GBL) with a 10-0 shutout win over Lynn English on the road on Wednesday. Skane was again on top of her game in the victory. It was Everett’s third shutout win in four games to start the season.

  A slew of fielding errors sealed the deal for Everett in an 8-1 loss at home to Lynn Classical on Monday. Celeste Fuccillo allowed zero earned runs on the day from the mound in the loss.

  Everett gets some bigtime “home cooking” in its next three games, hosting non-leaguer Rockport today at 10:00 a.m. at Glendale Park. The Crimson Tide is also home against GBLer Somerville on Monday, Patriots’ Day, and home again against Revere on April 20 at 10:00 a.m. – both games at Glendale Park in Everett.


Everett Boys’ Volleyball knocks off Chelsea, a 3-2 final

  The Everett High boys’ volleyball team evened its record at 2-2 with a 3-2 match win on the road at Chelsea last Friday. It took a fifth set, but the Tide was able to pull out a 15-9 win in the last frame after taking the first two and dropping two close sets after that.

  Senior Derrick Sands finished strong for the winners, leading Everett with three straight service points to make the difference in the final, winning set. Freshman Enrique Franca and senior Brandon Ho also were strong for the Crimson Tide in the win. Senior Marcilio Melo and junior Dimitar Dimitrov also performed well for Everett as did senior Caio Santos and junior Jason Martinez.


Everett High Outdoor Track splits with Revere; boys top Patriots but girls track tumbles

  Hector Guevara led Everett in the field events and Syeed Gibbs did the same on the track in a dominating win for Everett High Outdoor Track over Revere. It was a split for the Crimson Tide, as the Everett girls fell to Revere in the meet.

  Gibbs won the 100 dash with a time of 10.9 seconds while Guevara took the shotput competition with a toss of 35 feet-9 1/4 inches. The Tide senior also won the discus throw at 82 feet-5 inches.

  Everett senior Wensley Mompremier took second in the two-mile at 12:12 while 10th-grader Khjang Nguyen was also second in the long jump at 16 feet-5 inches.

  On the girls side, Senior Rejeana Guillaume won the 00-200 meter with a time of 28.8 seconds. She finished second in the long jump at 14 feet-5 inches. Sophomore Layla Betancur-Cardona won the shotput at 25 feet-5 inches.

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Everett High sophomore pitcher Justin Longmore has been the Tide’s top man on the mound in its 2-2 season start. (Advocate Photo)

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