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Foresteire Commends EHS Student-Athletes for the Football Program’s 800th All-Time Win

September 14, 2018
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Supt. of Schools Frederick Foresteire is commending all the student-athletes who have worn the Everett High football uniform for helping the school reach the 800th victory milestone. Everett’s 34-21 win over Xaverian Friday night in head coach Theluxon Pierre’s debut made it 800 football victories in school history. When you consider Everett has been...

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Everett Football Opens Season at Xaverian:Pierre Set for Head Coaching Debut

September 8, 2018
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Theluxon Pierre will make his debut as head coach of the Everett High School football team Friday night when the Crimson Tide play Xaverian in a rematch of last year’s Division 1 Super Bowl at Gillette Stadium. Pierre has taken over the leadership of the state’s most successful program from John DiBiaso, who is...

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Everett’s Dancing Football Star:Junior Crimson Tide’s Aaron Connor is a National Champion

September 3, 2018
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If Pop Warner football allowed elaborate touchdown celebrations, it would be hard to beat anything performed by the Everett Junior Crimson Tide’s Aaron Connor in the end zone. Aaron, son of Everett Police officer Rick Connor and Phunk Phenomenon Dance Studio owner Reia Briggs-Connor, is officially one of the best junior dancers in the...

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Large Crowds Enjoy Live Racing, Food Trucks at Suffolk Downs

August 11, 2018
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More than 13,000 people came to Suffolk Downs this weekend to enjoy live thoroughbred racing and a food truck festival. And what a show it was. There was a carnival-like atmosphere on two hot summer days at the popular East Boston racetrack. Longtime horseracing fans stood trackside next to some some young families who...

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Exceptional Performance:Everett High School STEM Club Earns National Honors

May 11, 2018
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Exceptional Performance:Everett High School STEM Club Earns National Honors

There was a reason that Everett High Stem Club Advisor Anna Seiders and Everett High Principal Erick Naumann were beaming with pride at the Everett School Committee meeting Monday night at the school library. Supt. Frederick Foresteire and his fellow administrators also clearly shared in the proudness as the students in the EHS STEM...

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Turning Pro:D’Onofrio Signs a Contract with Arena Football League

April 13, 2018
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Former Everett football standout Joe D’Onofrio has signed a professional contract with the New England Cavalry of the American Arena League (AAL). D’Onofrio, who scored 35 touchdowns and accumulated more than 4,000 yards in his career at Pope John XXIII High School and Everett High School, will make his pro debut for the Cavalry...

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Pope John’s Boucher Named Boston Globe Coach of the Year

April 13, 2018
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Pope John XXIII High School’s Leo Boucher was named the Boston Globe Coach for the Year in Division 4. Boucher led the Tigers to the state championship this season with a 24-1 record. Pope John also won its own hoop invitational tournament and the Catholic Central League and North sectional titles. Boucher was humbled...

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Price-Espada Scores 49 as the Tigers Win the Div 4 State Title

March 23, 2018
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Sparked by a sensational 49-point performance by junior guard Angel Price-Espada, the Pope John XXIII High School basketball team blitzed Maynard, 89-57, to capture the Division 4 state championship Saturday at Springfield College. The decisive victory marked the Everett school’s first state title in basketball as coach Leo Boucher and his team claimed the...

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Crimson Tide Fall to Mansfield in State Semifinal

March 16, 2018
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Crimson Tide Fall to Mansfield in State Semifinal

After a scintillating victory over Lawrence in the North Sectional final when a perfectly executed defensive game plan paid off, the Everett High basketball team met its match in the state semifinal, losing a hard-fought 73-65 decision to Mansfield Monday night at the TD Garden. Everett was looking to bring home a Division 1...

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Shea’s Rebellion:Everett Boxer Hopes to Ward off the Best from Ireland

March 16, 2018
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Everett High student Shea Willcox was set to travel to Ireland this week for an international boxing event. Dennis Willcox, who is his son’s assistant trainer, and his older son, All-Scholastic quarterback Jake Willcox, will join Shea as he steps in to the ring against a nationally ranked opponent from Ireland. Amateur boxing observors...

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