Monthly Archives: September 2010

Everett Homecoming

September 30, 2010
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Everett Homecoming

Everett Homecoming King David Lima and Homecoming Queen Mirabella Daguerre and Queen’s Ladies in Waiting Katrina Iliadis, Heidi Duran, Shaquaya Lewis, and Julie Centeno, all students at Everett High School, are shown on the Homecoming float during the parade Saturday as they made their way to Everett Memorial Stadium for the St. John’s Prep-Everett...

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Aldermen say spend no more than necessary

September 30, 2010
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While the current economic times translate into major savings with many construction projects costing less and in some cases getting additional work done for no more than the money already allocated, the Board of Aldermen made it very clear at their meeting on Monday night that they still do not want to expand the...

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ABCC official indicted for extortion

September 30, 2010
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A man planning to open a restaurant in Everett was contacted by an Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission official who apparently used his position to extort money from the man. The ABCC official Arthur Hitchman, 39, of Melrose, has been indicted by a Middlesex Grand Jury on charges of attempted extortion, soliciting and accepting a...

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Everett needs to monitor its absentee ballots

September 30, 2010
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The ugly specter of voting irregularities has been raised again following the release of statistics which show that 744 people in Everett voted by absentee ballot in recent elections. The Independent has written at least five articles during the past three years detailing the bloated number of absentee ballots and the protocol for filing...

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Golfers top Somerville, 39-33

September 30, 2010
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The Everett High golf team defeated Somerville last week, 39-33, for their first victory of the season. The match took place on the Crimson Tide’s their home course at Mt. Hood. “It was a nice win,” said EHS head coach Iggy Giangregorio. “The team played well and the victory was well deserved.” Crimson Tide...

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Field hockey tam defeats Revere, 2-1

September 30, 2010
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The Everett High field hockey team won its second game of the season Friday with a 2-1 victory over former GBL rival Revere. After the Lady Crimson Tide had spotted Revere a 1-0 lead in the opening half, Dachelande Joseph, assisted by Nancy Nguyen, knotted matters at 1-1 before the intermission. That set the...

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Volleyball team defeats Medford

September 30, 2010
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The Everett High volleyball team turned in a come from behind effort to defeat GBL rival Malden last week, 3-1. After dropping the first set 25-21, the Lady Crimson Tide roared back to claim the next three sets to chalk up the victory. “It was a very exciting match,” said EHS head coach Mike...

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Girls soccer falls to Somerville

September 30, 2010
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The Everett High girls soccer team dropped a 4-1 decision to Somerville last Friday. The Lady Crimson Tide battled their GBL rival to a 1-1 standoff through the first half, but Somerville struck for three unanswered markers to claim the victory. Junior Ana Souza, who had been playing defense until this game, scored the...

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Boys soccer team ties Somerville, 2-2

September 30, 2010
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Walles Nogueria scored a goal with about 15 minutes to play to give the Everett High boys soccer team a 2-2 tie with GBL rival Somerville last week. Somerville had taken a 2-1 advantage into the locker room, but the Crimson Tide defense held firm throughout the second half to allow the forward lines...

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Perez, Mangan pace cross country teams

September 30, 2010
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Ricardo Perez and Jessica Mangan paced the Everett High boys and girls cross country teams in their meet last week at Somerville. Perez, the EHS boys captain, placed fifth overall on the boys’ side, covering the 2.5 mile Somerville course in a time of 15:43. “Ricky ran very well,” said EHS head coach Shelanda...

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