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Malden High School Girls’ Soccer Seniors Present Roses to Family and Friends on Senior Night

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  The Malden High School Girls’ Varsity Soccer Golden Tornadoes seniors presented flowers to their families and friends during Senior Night/game against Gloucester High School on October 23 at MacDonald Stadium.
Goalie/Co-Captain Olivia Donahue presents flowers to her parents, Tina and Jeff, during Senior Night at MacDonald Stadium. She is learning toward Suffolk University to study criminal law to become a lawyer.
Emma Smith-Benzan presents flowers to her mother, Darla Smith, and father, Jason Benzan; grandfather Rafael Benzan, grandmother Maria Benzan, aunt Karen Adragna, uncles Nicholas Adragna and Al Smith, brother Sebastian, sister Jazleen, friends Gaby, Mykala Mendez-Sled and Sofia, Pedro and Rosa Blandino. After graduation, she plans to attend University of Massachusetts Lowell to study juvenile services/criminal law.
Defense/Co-Captain Molly Sewell presents flowers to her father, Artie, and siblings Robert, Grace, Arthur “Babia” and Thomas. After graduation, she plans to study nursing, hopefully at Simmons, to become a registered nurse.
Midfielder/Co-Captain Sara Dzaferagic presents flowers to her parents, Kanita and Amir. After graduation, she plans to study business, hopefully at Suffolk University.
Kayleen Denis, third from left, presents flowers to her friends – Jen Victoria, Mackenly Anastal, Stephanie Larrieux – and sister Melissa Calixte.
Midfielder Mica Avellan presents flowers to her grandmother, Virginia Ortega, brother Lucas Avellan and her mother, Lisa Avellan.
Midfielder Lenisa Wilson presents flowers to her parents, Helena and Ralph. After graduation, she plans to major in labor delivery, hopefully at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
Right-wing Karen Rivera presents to her mother, Dorys, her father, Nelson, as well as sisters Monica and Sofia. After graduation, she plans to attend Emerson College or Syracuse University to major in broadcast journalism.
The seniors are honored.
Cynthia Dominguez presents to her father, Selvin Dominguez, brother Jason Dominguez, stepbrother Carlos DiCosta, sister-in-law Susi Nieves, stepmother Neia DiCosta, uncle Jairo Dominguez and ferrets Keko and Luna.
Left Defense Rena Centeio presents flowers to her mother, Maria, and friends Adriana and Marianna Neville.
Friends showed their support for seniors. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)

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