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Boys Basketball Team Starts New Chapter

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First-year head coach Stanley Chamblain (center) gathers his team during a timeout. (Photo by Joseph Prezioso)

Leader Herald Staff Report 

Everett is 2-0 on the young season, having defeated Saugus (75-22) and Gloucester (61- 44) in a pair of Northeastern Conference games to open the campaign.

For the first time in more than a generation, EHS has a new coach on the sideline, as Stanley Chamblain has taken over for John DiBiaso.

Roby Dormevil closes down a passing lane.

The Crimson Tide step out of conference in the coming days as they host Bishop Stang on Thursday, Dec. 27 (12:20 tipoff) and travel to Brookline on Friday, Dec. 28 (1:40). Brookline is currently ranked No. 1 in the Boston Globe Top 20.

Everett is coming of one of the best seasons in school history, as it won the Div. 1 North Sectional title before falling to Mans eld in the Div. 1 state semi finals at the Boston Garden.

 

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