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EHS lacrosse, field hockey and football standouts sign during senior signing day

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  At Everett High School on Wednesday, nine student athletes signed on to play sports. They received full academic and/or athletic scholarships. The lineup is as follows:

  • Jayden Biggi – Bentley University
  • Sarai Velez – Regis College
  • Peter Cegobia – Dallas Baptist University
  • Jayden Murphy – University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Moses Seide – Stonehill College
  • Syeed Gibbs – University of Rhode Island
  • Milo Arroyave – Bridgewater State University
  • Ismael Zamor – Boston College

  • Marcus Scott – Lake Erie College

Student athlete Milo Arroyave – shown third from right – plans to attend Bridgewater State University. Pictured from left to right are Asst. Coach Brenden LaRosa, Marcus Scott and Matthew Merino.
Student athlete Ismael Zamor is shown second from left with his brother, Christian, and parents, Marie and Jerry. He plans to attend Boston College, where he will play football.
Student athlete Sarai Velez – shown in the center – plans to attend Regis College. Pictured from left to right: Lucy DiNatale, Alanna O’Brien, Asst. Coach Emily Korb, Head Coach Melissa O’Donnell (former Regis alumni in Field Hockey and Softball), Saraí Velez, Walkiria Davila, Jillian Tobin and Kaylin Seward.
Syeed Gibbs thanked the coaches and teachers who helped him get into college. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)
Superintendent of Schools Priya Tahiliani congratulated Peter Cegobia, who is second from left.
Student athlete Moses Seide is shown in the center with his sister, Lucia, and mother, Micheline. He plans to attend Stonehill College, where he will play football.
Shown from left to right: friend Caitlin McKeithan, student athlete Marcus Scott and his mother, Jasmine Phillips. Scott plans to attend Lake Erie College.
Student athlete Jaylen Murphy is shown with his assistant football coach, John Capra. Murphy plans to attend the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he will play football.
Moses Seide thanked his family and God’s support.
Mayor Carlo DeMaria congratulated the student athletes, adding that a lot of people placed time and energy in them in order to make it happen.
Student athlete Syeed Gibbs – shown in the center – is congratulated by faculty and staff. He plans to attend the University of Rhode Island.
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Head Football Coach Robert DiLoreto said family and togetherness, among other things, made this moment possible.
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Superintendent of Schools Priya Tahiliani congratulated Sarai Velez, who is second from left.
Student athlete Peter Cegobia is shown in the center with his parents. He plans to attend Dallas Baptist University, where he will play lacrosse.
Student athlete Jayden Biggi and family, pictured from left to right: grandfather Jay Holt, Jayden Biggi, mother Kimberly, grandmother Linda Holt and great-grandfather Sonny Harper. The turkey trot champion, who earned a full academic/athletic scholarship, plans to attend Bentley University to major in business.

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