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Tide boys complete annual GBL Indoor Track Meet fourth overall; girls ended up sixth

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By Joe McConnell


On Feb. 2 at the Reggie Lewis Athletic Center in Roxbury, the Everett High School boys and girls indoor track teams participated in the annual Greater Boston League (GBL) Meet.

The Everett boys (46 points) as a team finished fourth. Revere (124), Somerville (111) and Medford (57) topped the locals on the leaderboard, while Chelsea (35), Malden (27) and Lynn English (3) followed them.

In the 55-meter dash, sophomore Kayshaun Eveillard (6.82) came in third, right behind Allen Hou (6.65) of Revere and William Parkes of Somerville (6.71). Senior Jeremiah Jeanlouis (6.99) was sixth.

In the 300, Eveillard (36.82) ran second only to Medford’s J.T. Mastrocola (35.21). Junior J.N. Baptiste Orleus (42.28) and senior Sterley Hall (42.47) completed the sprint in 13th and 14th place.

In the 600, senior Dawens Germain (1:33.26) accounted for a seventh-place finish. Sophomore Adrien Reyes (1:39.32) was 16th.

In the 1,000, senior Nischal Tamang (2:59.27) wrapped up a fourth-place finish. Sophomore Lucas Nunez (3:02.33) enjoyed a Top 10 finish in eighth place. His classmate Jeremy Whitlow (3:22.89) was 17th.

Coming through in the mile for Everett was junior John Cardoso (5:43.73), who recorded a 10th place finish. Sophomore Miguel Ventura (6:13.22) came in 12th.

Sophomore Anthony Whitlow (11:58.75) was eighth overall in the two-mile. Freshman Domenico Delle Rosa (14:33.44) accounted for a 16th place finish.

In the 55-meter hurdles, senior Donald Michel (8.63) was credited with a sixth-place finish. The Tide foursome of Jalen Jones, Matthew LaMonica, Khang Nguyen and Eveillard (1:36.85) was third in the 4×200 relays.

Reyes, Baptiste, Tamang and Germain (3:59.72) finished fifth in the mile relays. Sophomores Jeremy Whitlow, Dante Gell, Tyre Lule and Nunez were (10:34.86) sixth in the 4×800 relays.

Michel and Germain (5-8) tied for third with their Somerville counterpart in the high jump. Nguyen (18-6) finished second overall in the long jump. Jones (17-8) ended up sixth. Junior Fabrice Michaud (39-7.5) was eighth in the shotput. Senior Jason Stark (37-1.5) came in 11th overall.

Girls finish sixth

As a team, the Crimson Tide girls (29 points) ended up sixth overall. Revere (106.33) won the meet, followed by Medford (91), Chelsea (71), Somerville (57.33) and Malden (30). Lynn English (18.33) finished behind the locals in seventh place.

Junior Yelsa Garcia (ninth) and sophomore Isabella Pimental (12th) just missed making the finals in the 55-meter dash. Junior Zyelle Cannon-Mathis (49.88) ended up 13th overall in the 300. Her classmate Angelina Papa (51.25) was close behind in 15th place.

In the 600, sophomore Milena Antonio (2:02.47) finished in the Top 10 in 10th place. Senior Tiffany Escobar (4:03.25) came in ninth in the 1,000. Her classmate Nicole Fonseca (4:23.87) was 13th.

Senior Suzanne Maharjan (15:41.22) chipped in with a sixth-place finish in the two mile. In the 55-meter hurdles, senior Nicole Brandao (10.39) crossed the finish line in fourth place. Junior Devonnie Gomez-Walrond (11.22) was eighth.

In the 4×200 relays, the team of Papa, Cannon-Mathis, Pimental and Garcia (1:57.71) finished fourth. Antonio, Fonseca, Maharjan and Escobar (12:52.84) teamed up to finish fourth overall in the 4×800 relays.

Senior Darrynn Desrameaux (34-11.25) went to the head of the class with a first-place finish in the shotput. Her classmate Layla Betancur-Cardona (29-8.50) came in third, followed by Brandao (27-5.75, fifth) and freshman Graziella Foster (19-7, 14th).

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