Rain Puts a damper on bats

By Lorenzo Recupero

Following consecutive changes to the schedule due to rainouts last week, the Lady Tide were finally able to hit the playing field on Saturday, but by then their bats had already gone cold in a 9-1 loss to Danvers.
The defeat drops the girls to 3-5 overall on the season ahead of their eighth game of the year against Medford.

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On the Diamond, the crimson tide are starting to take shape

Junior Pitcher Anthony McLain on the mound for the Crimson Tide.

By Lorenzo Recupero

Nearly half way through the season, the Crimson Tide are sitting below .500 in the standings but showing 100 percent of their progress.
The team recently put together their first win streak with back-to-back victories against Malden (9-7) and Winthrop (10-1) before conceding a 3-2 decision against Danvers on April 28.
The three-game sample of work was enough for head coach Joe Lento Jr. to see the ‘process’ is taking place and paying dividends for the future of his team.

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crimson tide recognized as best team in state

DiBiaso and Committee
Standing, from left: School Committee members Joseph LaMonica and Mar- cony Almeida-Barros, Frank Parker, David Ela, Lester McLaughlin, and Thomas Abruzzese, Assistant Super- intendent Charles Obremski, EHS Principal Erick Naumann, and School Committee mem- ber Allen Panarese. Seated, from left: School Committee members Millie Cardello and Bernie D’Onofrio, Superinten- dent Frederick F. Foresteire, coach DiBiaso, and Assistant Superintendent Kevin Shaw.

The Everett High School football team received a beautiful trophy from The Boston Globe for finishing the 2017 season as the No. 1 ranked team in the Globe Top 20. The Crimson Tide began the season as the top-ranked team in the Globe rankings, and that’s where they stayed. EHS never trailed in any of its 11 games as it completed a perfect season with a win over Xaverian in the Div. 1 State Championship at Gillette Stadium, the school’s 12th under head coach John DiBiaso.

Softball team scores 25 runs in wins over salem and peabody

By Lorenzo Recupero

Everett High School’s softball squad is heating up early, and picking up wins behind big at-bats and hits by the plenty.

The Lady Tide opened the season with only one win to go with three losses, but they’ve since turned the table while picking up two more wins along the way.

With a, 12-7, win over Salem and a, 13-10, win over Peabody the team now sits at 3-4 overall.

The key to the success has been the ability to get bat to ball and bring in the runs.

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EHS Edges Winchester

By Lorenzo Recupero

A day after being beaten, 6-5, by a Gloucester team that trailed 4-1 going into the fifth inning of that game, the Crimson Tide baseball team rebounded to earn its first win of the season, a 6-4 victory over Winchester on April 13 at Glendale Park.

Winchester led 4-3 after five innings, but Everett (1-2) scored three in the bottom of the sixth for a come-from-behind win. The Tide were scheduled to play Salem at home on Marathon Monday but inclement weather forced that game to be rescheduled for a later date. Continue reading EHS Edges Winchester