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Mystic Valley Eagles Girls’ Varsity Basketball program honors family members on Senior Night

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  The Girls’ Varsity Basketball Eagles seniors were accompanied by their family members during last Wednesday’s Senior Night at Mystic Valley Regional Charter School against the KIPP Academy Lynn Collegiate High School Panthers. They beat the Panthers, 42-30.

Mystic Valley’s Team Manager Tahcyana Alexandre (third from left) was accompanied by her father, Emmanuel, her mother, Wisalean, and her brother, Emmanuel. After graduation, the scorekeeper wants to study ultrasonography at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Sciences.
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Eagles’ Co-Captain Mairead St. Clair was accompanied by her mother, Deborah, and her grandmother, Claire. After graduation, the double-double student athlete plans to study speech language pathology and American Sign Language at Northeastern University.
Mystic Valley Eagles Seniors, pictured from left to right – Liliana Palomino, Mairead St. Clair, Tahcyana Alexandre, Kali Griffiths and Gianna Gray – and Head Coach Jonathan Currier.
Eagles’ Co-Captain/Forward Liliana Palomino presented to her mother, Maria, and her father, Manuel. After graduation, the three-year varsity player plans to study mechanical engineering and philosophy at Northeastern University.
Mystic Valley guard Kali Griffiths was accompanied by her mother, Leanne, her father, Greg, and her sisters, Rianna and Johanna. The highly competitive player plans to study cosmetology after graduation.
Eagles’ forward Gianna Gray was accompanied by her mother, Teresa, and her father, Michael, during last Wednesday’s Girls’ Basketball Senior Night at Mystic Valley Regional Charter School. The defensive specialist plans to study environmental science after graduation.

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