EHS’ Hockey Co-Captain David Saia scored an impressive 100 career points, and he was recognized during last Friday’s Everett High School Varsity Ice Hockey Senior Night at Allied Veterans Memorial Rink. Other teammates shared their future plans after presenting flowers to their family members and friends. Players from Malden High School, Mystic Valley Regional Charter School, Revere High School and Everett High School make up the co-op team. Members of the Cheerleading Team attend Everett High School.
Shown from left to right: hockey cheerleaders Ella Hickey, Nyla Nguyen, Aline Silva, Jacqueline Machado and Joselin Diaz.
Cheerleader Jacqueline Rose Machado (in center) was accompanied by her teammates. She is undecided about her future plans.
Cheerleader Joselin Diaz was accompanied by her boyfriend, Steven Ruiz. She plans to continue her studies at Bunker Hill Community College to major in business and finance.
Cheerleader Nyla-Nhi Nguyen was accompanied by Co-Captain Aline Silva and her friends Diana Flores and Ashley Clavel. She plans to major in health sciences or biology to, hopefully, become a physician assistant or an obstetrician.
Cheerleader Ella Hickey-Schultz was accompanied by her sister Rebecca and her mother, Elena. Her grandmother Pamela cheered her on from a wheelchair. She plans to major in criminology and forensic science at Flagler College this fall.
Captain Aline Silva was accompanied by her mother, Leda. She plans to attend college for marketing to open her own skincare line.
Revere High School student Mykell Schovanec was accompanied by his grandparents Cathi and Ed Connors as well his brother DJ.
Mykell Schovanec, who attends Revere High School, was accompanied by his father, Derek, and his brother DJ.
Co-Captain Riya Tanizaki, of Malden, who attends Mystic Valley Regional Charter School, was accompanied by his parents, Junya and Chisato, his sister Rena and his brother Luka. He plans to study business in college after graduation.
Cam Couto, who attends Everett High School, was accompanied by his father, Lenny, and his grandmother Pattie Marie. He plans to play hockey professionally after graduation.
Co-Captain Christopher Cecca, who attends Revere High School, was accompanied by his parents, Sharon and Paul, his brother, Anthony, his aunt Mary Sacco and his cousin Michelle Cecca. He plans to enter trade school after graduation.
Co-Captain David Saia, who attends Everett High School – and scored an impressive 100 career points – was accompanied by his parents, Linda and David, as well as his brothers, Ben and Dom, during last Friday’s Everett High School Varsity Ice Hockey Senior Night. He plans to work in radiology after graduating from Everett High School.
Coaches presented Everett High School Co-Captain David Saia with a 100 career point jersey and trophy. (Courtesy photo, Athletic Director Tammy Turner)