HS Sports Roundup

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EHS girls track finished 4th in this years James Kelpris Division 1 Invitational Indoor Relays. Featured from left to right: Junior Dajana Tadic, Senior Captain Lucia Seide, Senior Captain Victoria Chaparro, and Sophomore Rejeana Guillaume.

By Lorenzo Recupero

Boys basketball — With a 56-48 win over Snowden in the BABC MLK Classic on Monday, the boys improved to 8-2 overall. They hit the hardwood again at EHS Wednesday (Jan.22 @7pm) against 9-1 Chelsea High School. Look for the height advantage of the Crimson Tide to help propel them past a skillful but undersized Red Devils squad. With two more wins, EHS will qualify for the division 1 tournament.

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Girls basketball — The Lady Tide got off to their hottest start in over a decade before dropping their first loss of the season to Arlington Catholic Friday. They rebounded for 58-26 win over Salem on Monday. They improve to 9-1 overall and need just one more win to qualify for the division 1 tournament. They’ll get the chance to clinch Thursday (Jan.23 @6:30pm) at Haverhill High School.

Hockey — The Crimson Tide will hit the ice at Nashoba Valley Saturday (Jan.25 @11:50am).

Indoor Track and Field — After finishing 4th place out of more than 50 division 1 teams to compete in Saturday’s James Kelpris Invitational, EHS track is beginning to heat up. They will celebrate Senior Night on Wednesday (Jan.29 @6pm) before taking on rival Somerville.

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