Crimson Tide Top Malden, Win Sixth Straight

Damien Lackland (10) celebrates in the end zone with Seajae Gaskill after he scored on a 3-yard run in the win over Malden.

By Lorenzo Recupero

With the 42-6 win over rival Malden, the Crimson Tide are one win away from capturing the Greater Boston League Title and a guaranteed spot in the MIAA postseason.

In order to do so, they’ll have to come up big against another GBL rival in the stout Lynn Classical Rams.

Both squads are meeting at the height of their competitive seasons, too, with the Rams (5-1) on a 4-game win streak and the Crimson Tide (6-1) riding a 6-game win streak into the decisive matchup.

To be victorious against Lynn Classical, the Tide will need their strong defensive play from the win over Malden to carry over.

The Rams average 28 points per game, making them one of the best scoring teams the Tide have matched up with thus far.

Crimson Tide Coach Robert DiLoreto is getting the team ready for what should be a competitive game.

“We are preparing hard for Lynn Classical. They are a team that is well-coached, they play fast, physical and disciplined football,” said DiLoreto. “Our team will need to play our very best football on Friday night in all three phases of the game,” he said.

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Crimson Tide Handle GBL Rival Revere

Cap 4-game Win Streak

By Lorenzo Recupero

The Crimson Tide are inching closer to the playoffs and a top-seeding with the 41-13 win over Greater Boston League counterpart Revere High School on Friday.

Since losing week one, the Tide (4-1) have been playing on another level than their competitors, posting 40 points per game on offense while giving up just 7 points defensively in their last four matches.

To put their resurgence in perspective, the Tide have allowed 29 combined points in their last four games compared to the 49 points they gave up week one.

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Rushing attack batters Somerville, 38-6

Everett’s Jayden Clerveaux (4) makes a run for the end zone during a High School varsity football match between the Everett Crimson Tide and the Somerville Highlanders at Everett Veterans Memorial Stadium on (Photo by Joseph Prezioso)

Improve to 2-0, Lynn English up next


The Crimson Tide jumped on visiting Somerville early in their home-opener Friday, rushing the ball with ease en route to a thorough 38-6 Greater Boston League victory.

Powered by five rushing touchdowns, two from senior running back J.C. Clerveaux, including a thrilling 49-yard score in the first half, the Tide (2-0) looked sharp offensively.

With two passing touchdowns leading the way in the team’s first win, and a stable of runners leading the way in their triumph over Somerville, the Tide showcased an ability to be an all-around offense, able to run and pass effectively to pick up a W.

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School sports set to start immediately

Everett High School Dance Squad members (from left) Rejeana Guillaume, Melissa Dalice and Fransisca Vales perform a routine at halftime of a Crimson Tide basketball game on February 10, 2020. (Photo by Jim Mahoney)


With recent approval from the Everett Board of Health, sports teams at Everett High School will be allowed to compete for the first time in the 2020-2021 school year.

The highly anticipated decision from the Everett BOH comes weeks after much delegation and planning on behalf of the school, city, and state administrators on how best to safely conduct school sports during the ongoing pandemic.

Because Everett’s been deemed a red zone by the state due to higher Coronavirus infection rates here, none of the fall or winter sports teams at Everett High School have been able to gather or practice in any formal way.

Since the pandemic started closing schools last March, coaches and players from each respective sport have been closed-off from any in-person communication, making the recent developments to continue school sports in Everett this season a relief to those involved.

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Plan for high school sports to kick off season February 1

Needs approval of city board of health, would give athletes a chance to play short seasons


Pending approval from the City of Everett’s Board of Health (BOH), team sports play at Everett High School is scheduled to resume Monday, February 1.

Should the City’s BOH approve the winter schedule, according to the Everett Public Schools, the following sports teams will move forward with a modified season in 2021.

If the vote passes, boys/girls basketball along with coed ice hockey will begin tryouts and a preseason Monday, February 1. The regular season for both sports would start on March 1 and run through April 10.

The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) will not be conducting any state-wide tournaments, but the Greater Boston League (GBL) is exploring a division only tournament to wrap up the year.

Along with Everett High School, the GBL currently consists of teams from Malden, Medford, Revere, and Somerville. If a season and subsequent inter-division tournament are approved, these teams would also match up with Lynn Classical, Lynn English, and Chelsea High School to help bolster the competition.

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