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EHS Crimson Tide Varsity Baseball seniors share future plans during Senior Night

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  The Everett High School Varsity Boys’ Baseball Crimson Tide team honored their seven seniors during last Friday’s Senior Night against the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School Eagles at Glendale Park.

Nick Gilbert (#31) was accompanied by his mother, Francine, and his father, Michael. He plans to attend the Peterson School to study HVAC, hopefully, to work for the City of Everett.
Tyler Wedge (#24) was accompanied by his mother, Sharon McGough, and his father, Robert. He plans to work in welding after high school graduation.
Alex Velasco (#5) was accompanied by his girlfriend Vanessa Almonte, grandmother Marie Hutchinson, his mother, Antonia Hutchinson, and sister Lia Velasco. He plans to attend New England College in New Hampshire to play baseball and study criminal justice to eventually work in forensics.
Matthew Turilli (#12) was accompanied by his mother, Denise. He plans to enter the Army National Guard and/or attend The Peterson School in Woburn.
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Seniors, shown from left to right: David Saia, Tyler Wedge, Nick Gilbert, Arman Mustafa, Matthew Turilli, Omar Marshall and Alex Velasco.
David Saia (#8) was accompanied by his parents, Linda and David, as well as his girlfriend, Mia Oliva. He plans to work in radiology to conduct MRIs, following in his father’s footsteps.
Arman Mustafa (#19) was accompanied by Assistant Coach Steven Gallagher. He plans to attend U/Mass Boston to study engineering.
Alex Velasco (#5) was joined by his proud mother, Antonia Hutchinson, during last Friday’s Everett High School Varsity Baseball Senior Night game against the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School Eagles.
Omar Marshall (#14) was accompanied by his friends: Kristi Skane, Julianna Edwards, Michael Vasquez, Albertson Joseph, Julia Curran, Adam Marshall and Younes Shaikh. He plans to study education at Salem State University.

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