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Tide boys dominate Lynn English on the track to record third victory

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Everett girls fall short to the Bulldogs, despite several personal best performances


By Joe McConnell


The Everett High School boys and girls indoor track teams had mixed results in their most recent meet against Lynn English at the Reggie Lewis Athletic Center in Roxbury on Jan. 10. The Everett boys (3-2) exploded past the Bulldogs to the tune of 84-5, while the girls dropped a 62-33 decision to their Lynn counterparts.

Sophomore Kayshaun Eveillard qualified for states in the 55-meter dash after running a 6.89 in the JV race,” said coach Jehu Cimea. “Senior Donald Michel also made states after completing the hurdles in 8.65. Sophomore Lucas Nunez had a personal best in the 1,000 with a time of 3:09.25, while his classmate Jeremy Whitlow also had his best personal time in the 1,000 with a time of 3:25.52. Senior captain Nischal Tamang had a personal best in the mile with a time of 5:21.37.

“In the girls meet, senior captain Suzanne Maharjan (15:36.67) was credited with a personal best in the two-mile by 30 seconds,” added Cimea.

Jeremiah Jeanlouis (7.18) broke the tape first in the 55-meter dash. Joao Barreiros (7.28) and Matt LaMonica (7.29) came in third and fourth place.

Kayshaun Eveillard (37.59) and Luvens Hector (40.98) topped the ticket in the 300. Sterley Hall (44.96) ended up fourth. Dawens Germain (1:42.41), Adrien Reyes (1:42.96) and Dante Gell (1:52.18) experienced similar results in the 600.

Lucas Nunez (3:09.25), Jeremy Whitlow (3:25.52) and Randy Cruz (3:40.52) swept the 1,000. Nischal Tamang (5:21.37), John Cardoso (5:49.77) and Miguel Ventura (6:29) did the same picking up all nine points in the mile.

Khang Nguyen (18-5.5) bested the entire field in the long jump. Dawens Germain (5-4) and Donald Michel (5-0) took the top two spots in the high jump. Shane MacKenzie (37-9), Jason Stark (37-8) and Fabrice Michaud (36-9.5) swept the shotput.

Donald Michel (8.65) and Dawens Germain (11.10) ran one, two in the 55-meter hurdles. Anthony Whitlow (12:37.46), David Huezo-Erazo (13:50.57) and Kyle Leong (15:33.35) swept the two-mile.

In the girls meet, Yelsa Garcia (8.16) and Isabella Pimenta (8.43) were third and fourth in the 55-meter dash. Zyrell Cannon-Mathis (50.90) and Angelina Papa (51.63) did likewise in the 300.

Milena Antoino (2:11.6) was second in the 600. Tiffany Escobar (4:20.43) also recorded a second for the team in the 1,000, as did Nicole Fonseca (7:44.84) in the mile, and Garcia (12-1) in the long jump.

Darrynn Desrameaux (31-6) and La Betancur-Cardona (29-3.5) captured first and second in the shotput, while Tiana Allen (23-0.5) and Graziella Foster (22-11.25) finished fifth and sixth.

Nicole Brandao (10.29) went to the head of the class in the 55-meter hurdles. Devon Gomez-Walrond (11.32) and Juliette Romboli (11.47) finished third and fourth. Suzanne Maharjan (15:36.67) broke the tape first in the two-mile.

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