Tide Run Record to 9-2

By Lorenzo Recupero

The Crimson Tide boys’ basketball team is poised for another championship run in the MIAA tournament.

Currently sitting at 9-2, they need just one more victory to qualify, as the magic number of wins to make the playoffs is 10.

The team still has 9 more games, which means 9 more chances for Stanley Chamblain to capture his first playoff berth as head coach.

“[To reach the postseason] we must come out hard and executing in our game, doing the little things that the other guys don’t want to do,” said Chamblain of what it’s going to take to reach the postseason.”

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New-Look Tide Prove To Be a Quick Study

By Lorenzo Recupero

Without an all-time leading point-getter or a bulky forward that could play point guard coming off the bench, the Crimson Tide are still scoring wins and finding new ways to be successful in a process new head coach Stanley Chamblain is reveling in.

“We don’t have a 2,000 point scorer, and we have a lot of work to do, but the growth in our younger players is remarkable,” said first-year head coach Stanley Chamblain, referring to the departure of Ghared Boyce from the championship team a season ago and the development of the young team he’s captaining now.

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Crimson Tide Basketball Players Conclude Productive Summer Season

By Lorenzo Recupero

Basketball season for Everett High School is on freeze until the opener in December, but that hasn’t stopped some of the returning players from heating up their game during the summer months.

“I grew up in Everett and to see the energy for basketball how it is now in the city is a beautiful thing,” said incoming head coach Stanley Chamblain, who moved to the city during middle school and couldn’t recall a time when basketball was such a buzz.

“We had [summer leagues] but the energy, and buzz around the city for basketball isn’t like it is now,” he said, “Its so important to have the summer leagues not only for the players to continue to work on their game but just to help keep kids focus away from the computer screens,” he said.

Since the season ended in April, EHS basketball players have only had several weeks off. In the first week of June, Everett’s summer league basketball started up and culminated the second week of August.

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