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Everett High baller signs letter of intent

Everett native Yasmeen Guerrier signing her National Letter of Intent to play basketball and continue her studies at American International College

By Lorenzo Recupero

Everett High School’s Yasmeen Guerrier will soon be trading her Crimson in for some gold and black.

The senior basketball star signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball for American International College in Springfield.

This past basketball season at Everett High School, Yasmeen became the first female 1,000-point scorer in nearly 20 years since Keri Downs did it last from 1995-99′.

Her commitment to AIC means she will continue her learning while pursuing a degree in physical therapy.

Those familiar with the future Yellow Jackets’ skills on the court know this means buckets for AIC, who will be getting a determined scorer and passer with some mean handles on the hardwood.

A grateful Yasmeen issued this statement to family and friends via her social media account:

“It’s always been a dream to study physical therapy and play ball in college. Thank you for all the support and love I received daily, it has really helped me to keep pushing and achieve my goals.”



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