Page 14 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, March 1, 2019 DIV. 1 STATE TOURNAMENT CAMBRIDGE 61, EVERETT 40 EHS senior Kayo Dias makes a pass. Crimson Tide The Everett Crimson Tide boys basketball team saw its season come to end Wednesday night with a 61-40 loss to Cambridge Rindge & Latin in the first round of the MIAA Div. 1 State Tournament. It was an emotional night all around, as EHS head coach Stanley Chamblain said goodbye to his senior class, which has enjoyed a tremendous amount of success over the past four years. In addition, CRLS head coach Lance Dottin watched as his team defeated an EHS squad that includes his son, senior Amir Dottin. The Tide conclude the season with a record of 14-7. Cambridge head coach Lance Dottin embraces his son, Amir, after the Falcons defeated the Crimson Tide in a North Sectional first-round game Wednesday night at Everett High. Everett High head coach Stanley Chamblain has the Crimson Tide pointed in the right direction. EHS head coach Stanley Chamblain embraces senior Kayo Dias as Wednesday’s game winds to a conclusion. Crimson Tide sophomores Paulo Silva Rodrigues (left) and Omar Quilter are two of several talented underclassmen who saw significant playing time in 2018-19. Senior captain Erick Thompson tightly defends a CRLS Falcon. A trio of Crimson Tide players pursue a loose ball during Wednesday’s State Tournament game at EHS. Above and below, the Crimson Tide cheerleaders. The Crimson break from a huddle. Junior Jaden Mahabir gets ready to take a shot.

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