Sports 12-20-2017

December 22, 2017
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EHS boys basketball beats Gloucester 83-53

Ghared Boyce poured in 25 points and Isaiah Likely added 13 more as the Crimson Tide swamped the visiting Gloucester Fishermen 83-53 Monday night, Dec. 18, at Everett High School in the season’s home opener.

The Tide put the game away early, as Boyce tallied 15 of his points in the opening quarter and Everett surged to a 32-11 lead.

They never looked back.

The Fishermen reeled in the high-flying Everett offense in the second quarter, as Boyce was held to a solo three-pointer and Everett notched only 14 points to take a 16-point lead into halftime, 46-30. But Everett revved up the offense in the third quarter, spreading 25 points among Likely (8 points), Boyce (4) Jake Willcox (4), Caleb Jacobs (3) and Nate Mehu, Schooby Beldor, and Jaylen Smith with two apiece to make the score 71-41 after three.

Besides Boyce’s 25, and Likely’s 13, Eric Thompson (10), Beldor (9), Caleb Jacobs (7), Wilcox (8) Jason Maitre (4), Mehu (2) Kyle Alci (2) and Smith (2) and Monte Campbell (1) contributed points to the Everett rout.

 

Everett boys hoop wins its season opener

The Everett High School basketball team opened its season with a 93-37 victory over Saugus Friday night.

Senior guard Ghared Boyce poured in 30 points to power the Crimson Tide in the rout. Senior point guard Caleb Jacobs had 15 points. Schooby Beldor had 12 points while Jake Willcox had 11 points. Monte Campbell (8), Eric Thompson (6), Kyle Alci (4) and Jaylen Smith (4) also contributed to the win in Everett’s first basketball game as a member of the Northeastern Conference.

Everett has high goals this season.

“We’re all looking forward to working with Coach [John] DiBiaso in his final season and our goal is to win a state championship and make history,” said Boyce, who is a team captain along with Isaiah Likely and Schooby Beldor.

Boyce said he watched the Crimson Tide football team win a second straight title this season.

“The football guys on our [basketball] team are athletic, they’re fantastic. They’re great kids, hard workers and I love playing basketball with them,” said Boyce.

EHS Roundup

EHS girls track runs past Revere

 

The Everett High girls indoor track and field team defeated Revere, 51-35, at the Revere field house last week.

The Lady Crimson Tide captured five first-places among the nine individual events and also took the 4 x 100 relay.

The first-place finishers for Everett were: Nathalie Duyon, who tied for the top spot in the high jump with a leap of 4′-4″; Fabiolle Jean with a shot put toss of 26′-11″; Naeela Bond in the 50 hurdles with a clocking of 8.9; Jessica Santos in the 50 dash in 6.9; and Cyara Lambert in the 300 dash in 50.2.

Adding three points to the Everett side of the scoresheet with second-place performances were: Duyon in the hurdles in 9.0; Victoria Chaparro in the dash in 7.0; Deana Lemus in the 1000 in 4:05.5; Stjefany Luna in the mile in 6:38.8; and Rothsaida Sylvainie in the two-mile in 16:20.

Adding single points for the Lady Crimson Tide were: Skayla Vaughan in the 300 in 53.3; Haley Oteri in the 600 in 2:12.6; Omayma Salih in the 1000 in 4:06.8; and Diana Flores in the mile in 7:16.3.

 

EHS boys track falls to Revere

 

Although the Everett High boys indoor track and field team came up on the short end of a 48-34 decision to Revere, a number of Crimson Tide performers turned in fine efforts.

Harchdy Souffrance sped to victory in the 50 dash in 5.7 seconds. Aidan Salah captured first place in the 600 in 3:02.8 and Mario Sheard grabbed top spot in the shot put with a throw of 41′-6″.

The Crimson Tide also won the 4 x 100 relay by a spread of six seconds, 4:11-4:17.

Second-place finishers who added three points for the Everett cause were: Reginald Jean in the hurdles in 8.3; Jason Guzman in the shot put with a toss of 40′-3″; Mac Shillingford in the 300 in 40.6; and Mario Rivera in the mile in 5:34.3.

Single points for third-place finishes were contributed by Kawan Lopes in the dash in 6.1 and Bryan DeSouza in the 300 in 41.7.