Boys basketball – After starting the season with a loss against one of the regions top teams in Catholic Memorial, the Tide have reeled off 3 straight wins against Revere, Medford and Belmont to improve to 3-1 overall. “ We’ve won 3 in a row since our opening loss to CM. We’ve gotten after it defensively. Omar Quilter, Dimitry Philippe and Brandon Johnson have led the way setting the tone on that end. Offensively, Omar Quilter, Dimitry Philippe, John Monexant and Franky Aubourg have all led the team with balanced scoring,” said head coach Stanley Chamblain. They hit the court next at the BABC Classic on Friday (Tech Boston, 12:20pm) and Saturday (Scituate, 3:00pm). After the road trip, they return home to play Lynn Classical January 3rd (7PM).
Boys cross country – Arthur Rosa was named GBL all-star.
Football – Wide receiver Tyrese Baptiste was named Boston Globe All-Scholastic for his efforts on the field this fall. The honor from the Globe is handed out seasonly to the top athletes in the region and Baptiste surely fit the bill. In a winning season for the Crimson Tide, the speedy wideout amassed 1,200 receiving yards (4 rec. touchdowns) and 300 rushing yards (5 rush TDs). In his final season with the Tide, senior Eli Auguste was named Most Valuable Player for the GBL. Seniors John Malloy, Jason Portillo, and juniors Duke Doherty and Josaiah Stewart were all named league all-stars.
Boys soccer – Moses Herrera, Guilherme Moraes were named GBL all-stars for their efforts on the field.
Girls soccer – Multi-sport standout Carolann Cardinale was named GBL all-star team in her final season.
Volleyball – Lorena Corbelli was named GBL all-star.