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Everett squeaks past Revere to even record at five

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Crimson Tide girls’ basketball stays busy to begin new year 

The Everett High School girls’ basketball team (5-3 in the Greater Boston League, 5-5 overall) started the 2023 portion of the schedule with a busy slate of games. The Tide played four games, winning two. They opened up last week with a loss to visiting Lynn English on Jan. 10, 39-23. But they bounced right back two nights later to trounce host Somerville going away, 39-14. They then completed this three-game stretch last week with a loss against Malden Catholic, 71-28.

But once again, it didn’t take them long to get back on the winning track, when they took down Revere on Tuesday night, Jan. 17, 49-47.

“We beat Revere in a tough battle of a game,” said coach Riley Dunn. “It was a great team win under pressure. Senior captain Kayley Rossi had 17 points and four assists to help lead us on the court. Junior Malaica Guillaume chipped in with nine points, eight rebounds and three steals, while playing a key role in this win.”

In the Lynn English game, Rossi poured in 11 points to lead the way. Emillia Maria Babcock was the leader in the Somerville game with 10 points and eight steals. Rossi poured in 14 points against the Lancers to close out the week.

As of Jan. 17, the Everett girls are ranked 60th in Division 1, but it doesn’t include the win over Revere.

Here’s the list of Division 1 teams from No. 1 to No. 64: 1. Bishop Feehan 8-0, 2. Andover 8 0, 3. Wachusett Regional 7-0, 4. Newton North 8-1, 5. Woburn Memorial 9-0, 6. Framingham 7-4, 7. Lincoln-Sudbury 8-1, 8. Needham 4-3, 9. Springfield Central 7-0 10. Chelmsford 8-1, 11. North Andover 6-4, 12. Brookline 3-3, 13. Bridgewater-Raynham 7-2, 14. Lexington 7-2, 15. Winchester 9-1, 16. Attleboro 6-1, 17. Franklin 4-2, 18. Belmont 8-3, 19. Newton South 6 3, 20. Central Catholic 4-4, 21. Methuen 6-4, 22. New Bedford 6-2, 23. Wellesley 5-5, 25. Mansfield 5-3, 26. Weymouth 5-4, 27. Quincy 8-1, 28. Peabody 7-0, 29 Reading Memorial 5-4, 30. Algonquin 4-4, 31. King Philip Regional 4-4, 32. Plymouth North 9-2, 33. Acton-Boxborough 6-4, 34. Natick 2-6, 35. Waltham 6-5, 36. Braintree 3-5, 37. Marshfield 5-3, 38. Concord-Carlisle 3-6, 39. Lynn Classical 9-0, 40. Lowell 2-4, 41. Westford Academy 4-5, 42. Haverhill 3-6, 43. Brockton 5-5, 44. Taunton 4-4, 45. Hopkinton 1-8, 46. Doherty Memorial 7-2, 47. Hingham 2-8 48. Cambridge Rindge & Latin 3-8, 49. Shrewsbury 2-5, 50. Milford 2-5, 51. Boston Latin 2-7, 52. Lawrence 3-5, 53. Beverly 3-6, 54. Arlington 0-8, 55. Lynn English 6-3, 56. Barnstable 3-7, 57. West Springfield 1-6, 58. St. Paul Diocesan 0-10, 59. Malden 5-5, 60. Everett 4-5, 61. Medford 2-6, 62. Somerville 1-7, 63. North High 2-6, and 64. High School of Science and Tech, 2-5.

After going up against Medford on Jan. 19, the Everett girls will head to Beverly Saturday afternoon, Jan. 21, to take on the Panthers, starting at 3 p.m. They will be at Malden on Tuesday, Jan. 24, to face the Golden Tornadoes at 6 p.m.

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