Mike Sainristil’s Versatility Camp

Leader Herald Staff Report

Michigan Wolverine and Everett native Mike Sainristil will always be a Crimson Tide alumni.

That’s why the 2019 Massachusetts Gatorade Player of the Year and stud wide receiver for Michigan University is ready to give back to his hometown via his first ever football camp.

Sainristil’s Versatility Football Camp will be taking over Everett Memorial Stadium on Sunday, May 22 from 10:30am-2pm. The camp will cater to registered pre-high school athletes free of charge, with two time slots for Kindergarten-4th grade (10:30am-12pm) and 5th grade-8th grade (12:30pm-2pm).

Sainristil, who is bringing to camp the services of his former Everett High coaches and teammates amongst other volunteers, is living out a personal dream of paying it forward to the city that raised him.

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Crimson Tide Alumni Cine and Sainristil Compete in CFP

Former EHS football stars and teammates, Georgia’s Lewis Cine, left, and University of Michigan’s Mike Sainristil, right, competed against each other in the NCAA 2021 Orange Bowl. (Photo courtesy of Cine’s Facebook Page)

By Lorenzo Recupero

The pride and spirit of the Everett High School football tradition overflowed into college footballs nationally televised 2021 Orange Bowl competition, where former Crimson Tide standout defensive back Lewis Cine and stud wide receiver Mike Sainristil faced-off against each other for the first time.

Cine’s Bulldogs finished on top of Sainristil’s Wolverines, 34-11, but both players provided boost to their respective programs.

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