The Everett High School football squad stayed unbeaten with a dominating, 41-0 shutout win over Medford in the Tide Homecoming game last Friday night. The Crimson Tide stayed perfect at 6-0 on the season in the Greater Boston League (GBL) and can claim an outright league championship with a win on the road over Malden. That game was played last night in Malden (after press deadline).
Everett was also looking to finish strong before the start of the MIAA State Football Playoffs, which start next week. The top 16 teams in each division face off in quarterfinals action next weekend, with Everett expected to host a home game with its unbeaten mark.
Against Medford, Everett started fast with 27 points in the first quarter for a commanding lead. Ismael Zamor scored on a three-yard run on the first Tide drive. Senior JC Clerveaux then scored on a 13-yard run before scoring a second touchdown on a 60-yard run. Junior Cam Mohamed added a fourth touchdown on a 21-yard run for Everett. Tide defensive tackle Donovan Gaskins returned a fumble for a touchdown, and defensive back Ramar Robinson did the same when he ran back a Medford fumble for a 101-yard touchdown, which may be a school record.
Revere Boys Soccer finishes strong with a win and a tie
The Revere High boys soccer team finished the regular season strong and now awaits their postseason playoff seeding notification. Revere tied Chelsea, 1-1, on a goal by Keny Guerrero Alvarez. Bryan Medina had the assist for the Patriots.
Revere got the first of two wins for the week with an offensive show in a 5-1 win over Malden on the road. Scoring goals for Revere were Felipe Maia, David Paiva, Keny Guerrero, Jefferson Pineda Mejia and Joao Cunha.
Revere improved to 8-5-4 with the week’s work, which included a forfeit win over Charlestown.
Non-league opponent Newton North was scheduled to come to Della Russo Stadium on Saturday at 10 a.m. for the regular season finale.
Malden Boys Soccer qualifies for postseason with pair of wins in last two games
They took it “down to the wire,” but Head Coach Jeremiah Smith’s Malden High Boys Soccer team snagged a postseason MIAA Division 1 State Boys Soccer Tournament with a pair of wins. Malden topped non-leaguer Whittier Tech on Monday, 3-1, in the rain and then got an unexpected forfeit win over Lynn English on Wednesday. Malden finished the regular season at 7-7-4 with the pair of wins and now awaits word on its state tourney fate.