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Tide indoor track athletes wrap up regular season against Medford, Revere

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Postseason begins later today for Everett in the annual GBL Championship Meet at Reggie Lewis


By Joe McConnell


The Everett High School indoor track teams wrapped up the regular season schedule against Revere and Medford in a Greater Boston League (GBL) tri-meet at the Reggie Lewis Athletic Center in Roxbury on Jan. 23. The boys team (4-3) defeated the Mustangs, 53-47, but lost to Revere, 68-32. The Everett girls (1-6) dropped a 69-21 decision to Medford, while also falling to Revere, 75-17.

During the tri-meet, senior girls captain Darrynn Desrameaux broke the school record in the shotput with a toss of 33-1. As a result of that record-breaking throw, Desrameaux qualified for the Division 2 state meet.

The Crimson Tide squads will return to the Lewis complex later today (Feb. 2, 4:30 p.m.) for the annual GBL Championship Meet, which again gets the postseason underway.

Kayshaun Eveillard (6.95) and Jeremiah Jeanlouis (7.26 2) topped the ticket in the 55-meter dash against Medford. Eveillard was second in the Revere portion of the meet. Eveillard (37.13) was then second in the 300 against Medford, but was first versus the Patriots. Dawens Germain (1:40.25) and Adrien Reyes (1:41.69) finished second and third in the 600 against the Mustangs.

Nischal Tamang (5:23.89) ended up second in the mile against Medford, and was third versus Revere. Lucas Nunez (3:03.76) was second in the 1,000 against both opponents. Donald Michel (5-6) and Germain (5-6) secured the top two spots in the high jump in the Medford meet. Germain was third against Revere. Khang Nguyen (18-6.50) chipped in with a second-place finish in the long jump versus Medford, but was No. 1 against the Patriots.

Shane MacKenzie (38-3.25) and Fabrice Michaud (38-2.50) earned eight more points for their teammates with first and second place finishes against Medford.

Michel (8.73) went to the head of the class in the 55-meter hurdles against Medford, and was second versus Revere. Anthony Whitlow (12:30.22) came in second in the two-mile against Medford, but crossed the finish line on top versus the Patriots. David Huezo-Erazo (13:40.13) was third in the Revere meet. The Tide boys also defeated the Mustangs in the 4×800 relays.

In the girls meet, Yelsa Garcia (8.27) was third in the 55-meter dash against both foes. Zyell Cannon-Mathis (49.30) did the same in the 300 versus both GBL rivals. Milena Antoino (2:09) maintained the trend in the 600 during the meet against the Mustangs, but ended up second against Revere.

Desrameaux (33-1) and La Betancur-Cardona (30-6) were the top two shotputters in both the Medford and Revere meets. Nicole Brandao (10.21), Devon Gomez-Walrond (10.94) and Juliette Romboli (11.33) swept the 55-meter hurdles over the Mustangs, but only Brandao finished in the top three against Revere, coming in second. Suzanne Maharjan (15:29.12) was third in the two-mile against both Medford and Revere.

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