by Lorenzo Recupero

The Crimson Tide’s postseason slate included the baseball and softball teams, but both went down in defeat during the first round of the MIAA D.1 north tournament last week.

The dual loss brings a close to the 2019 spring sports season at Everett High School.


The Lady Tide (12-9) had a fantastic year on the mound behind the starting duo of freshman Celeste Fuccillo and junior Ariana Garay, but a lack of hitting in vital situations led the team to falter during the postseason as they fell, 9-2, to Woburn High School in the first round of the playoffs.

“We got our bats on the ball, but just hit it directly to people,” said EHS head coach Stacy Schiavo after being bounced from the playoffs by Woburn HS. “We had ups and downs this season, but I will say I’m proud of all our girls for their accomplishments this season both on and off the field,” said Schiavo as her season came to a close.

The good news for the Lady Tide: They graduate just one starter, senior captain Kaylee Nearen.

The lack of a roster turnover allows the team to pick up right where they left off next season. Another year of experience for a playoff roster should bode well for the team next year.

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— Eye on Everett —

The $12,000 Fraud

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By Josh Resnek

The mayor granting himself $12,000 for a car allowance at a budget cutting session two weeks ago is US Attorney material.

The council awarding him the $12,000, and the mayor accepting it after he berated the council, was an obscenity.

Did everyone in the council chamber interested in this matter, voting on it and accepting forget for a moment that this is bad government?

That it might be illegal government action?

I wonder what Andrew Lelling would think about this $12,000 car allowance?

US Attorney Lelling is the guy overlooking the more than 6 year ongoing investigation into municipal corruption in Everett.

The FBI has been all over the mayor and his friends.

There are wire taps, secret grand jury reports, law suits, allegations of every kind being made including that the mayor took a payment for his role in the casino land sale.

Many citizens come forward to remind us of the mayor’s alleged schemes to profit from his hard work here in Everett.

The mayor believes he should be paid for everything he does. That’s what he told the city council.

He complained they had hesitated about the $12,000 he asked for. He would punish them if they didn’t give him the $12,000.

So he got his $12,000.

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Sonya J. Cannon

Cannon, Sonya J. (Senna) Of Everett, formerly of Chelsea, on June 6th.

Beloved wife of the late Thomas. Mother of Ronald M. and his wife Jodi A. of Pelham, NH. Sister of Ronald F. Senna of Everett. Also survived by two grandchildren Mackenzie M. and Thomas J., one niece Suzanne Senna, and one nephew Sean Senna.

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Frances M. Faxon

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FAXON, Frances M. (Milioti) of Everett, entered into eternal rest on Sunday, June 9, 2019 at home, surrounded by her loving and caring family. She was 93 years old. Born in Boston, Frances lived in Everett for many years. Daughter of the late John and Margaret M. (Stornanti) Milioti.

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To the 2019 Graduates Of Everett High School

It is a brave new world in America for today’s graduates.

Figuring out who they want to be, and where they want to go and juxtaposing that against what is possible makes life in these United States for recent high school graduates more complex than ever before.

College remains supremely important as educating oneself is key.

Education is paramount to achieving one’s dreams – that – and a bit of timing and luck.

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