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Tide girls’ basketball team trips up Medford for second win

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Everett then falls to Malden in a competitive league battle

  The Everett High School girls’ basketball team, coached by Riley Dunn, are 2-1 after beating Medford, 45-41, in a tough and physical game. Kayley Rossi paced the offensive attack with 13 points and six assists against the Mustangs. Nehemie Lucien was close behind with 12 points.

  The Crimson Tide then dropped a 53-39 decision to Malden. Kaesta Sandy collected 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead her teammates on the floor. Japhnie Pierre chipped in with 11 points and six boards.

  “It was a tough game,” said Dunn. “The score doesn’t do this game justice. We fought hard. A lot of players had to step up and fill new roles, so I am proud of them for accepting the challenge and trying their best.”

  The Everett girls took on host Lawrence on Dec. 28 (after press deadline) to close out the 2022 portion of their schedule. They will then remain on the road to face league rival Chelsea on Tuesday, Jan. 3, beginning at 4 p.m.

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