The Everett High School football team clinched at least a share of the Greater Boston League title with a clear-cut 42-20 victory over Malden Saturday afternoon at Macdonald Stadium.
Malden, on paper at least, was rated the second best team in the GBL, having handed No. 16-ranked Swampscott its only loss of the season. But between the lines Everett showed that the difference between No. 1 and 2 in the GBL is vast.
Senior quarterback Jonathan DiBiaso and his group of receivers were once again unstoppable. DiBiaso passed for 234 yards and four touchdowns and also rushed for a score as Everett built a 35-0 lead.
Wide receivers Kenny Calaj, Jalen Felix, and Jaylen McRae and tight Ralph Jonathas caught touchdown passes in the game.
Vondell Langston rushed for 76 yards and one touchdown to give the Lynn English scouts in attendance something else to ponder in the Tide’s 40-points-a-game offense.
Everett, ranked No. 1 in Massachusetts and No. 7 in the East in the USA Today regional rankings, improved its record to 10-0 (3-0 in the GBL). The Crimson Tide can clinch an undisputed GBL title with a win over Cambridge on Thanksgiving at Everett Memorial Stadium.