THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, ApRil 28, 2023 Page 19 Mustangs humble Everett in close decision T he Everett High School softball team (6-1 in the Greater Boston League, 7-1 overall) ventured out of its comfort zone last Friday to face a perennial formidable opponent at Glendale Park, but for the Crimson Tide fans it was the same dominating results. Before taking on nonleague Boston Latin Academy, the Everett girls were 6-0 against their GBL counterparts, and all of those games were not even close – the latest was a 16-3 rout at Revere on April 19. The script remained the same in the nonleague contest, with the Crimson Tide picking up another five-inning mercy rule triumph after beating the Dragons to the tune of 16-0. “Latin Academy always gives us great games,” said coach Stacy Schiavo. “Last year, we beat them, 7-3, but the second time around they beat us, 2-0. The girls were once again ready to play them this year.” “At practice, leading up to [Friday’s] game, we focused on hitting. The girls had to adjust to fast pitching, but the extra work paid immediate dividends by their swings in the game. The defense also continued to support [pitcher Kristi] Skane in the circle, while she also had another great game teaming up with Everett’s Gianna Masucci in action. her batterymate Kayley Rossi,” added Schiavo. Skane issued just one hit with no walks in five innings against the Dragons to account for her fourth shutout this spring. She ended up fanning six. The Tide scored one in the home half of the first inning. Emma Longmore started it off with a walk. Emilia Babcock then reached on a bunt and went to second as a result of an error, putting runners in scoring position for Rossi, who doubled home Longmore. The Tide broke the game wide open with 13 runs in the second. Ashley Seward led off with a triple. Arabella Cvitkusic then singled her home before Longmore drew another walk. With runners on first and second, Babcock blasted a three-run homerun. Skane drew a walk to keep the inning going. Rossi was then safe on first on a hit that bounced over the shortstop’s glove. Both runners advanced into scoring position on a passed ball before Gianna Masucci doubled home Skane. Rossi scored a short time later on a passed ball. Alexa Uga was then hit by a pitch to put two runners back on base for Seward, who belted the team’s second three-run round-tripper in the inning. Bryanna Mason and Longmore followed with solo shots. Babcock then singled before coming all the way home on a double by Skane to close out the offensive surge in the frame. The Tide was credited with their final runs of the game in ~ Legal Notice ~ CITY OF EVERETT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS EVERETT, MASSACHUSETTS ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed Bids for the construction of the “Spring Street Header Pipe Drainage Upgrades” will be received by the City of Everett Department of Public Works located at 19 Norman Street, Everett, MA 02149 until 2:00 p.m. local time on May 11, 2023 at which time the Bids received will be publicly opened and read. Sealed Bids must have outer envelope marked as “Spring Street Header Pipe Drainage Upgrades .” The work primarily consists of replacing existing 42-inch and 60-inch drain lines with a 72-inch RCP drain line and concrete junction structures. Additionally, the work consists of reconnecting to existing drainage pipes, relocation and replacement of existing utilities affected by the installation of the 72-inch RCP drain line, and site restoration. Site r estoration consist of pavement repair, fence repair, retaining wall repair, and plantings. Bids shall be on a lump sum and unit price basis, as indicated in the Bid Form. All Bids for this project are subject to the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 30, Section 39M as amended. Bidding Documents may be obtained electronically from the Tighe & Bond website at: http://www.tighebond.com/Projects_Out_to_Bid.php Prospective bidders must complete a one-time registration process on the web site in order to receive log-in credentials. Bidders must log in to the web site to download bidding documents for the project. Bidders will be added to the “planholders” or prospective bidders list upon downloading the bidding documents for the project. A bid deposit shall be furnished in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. Minimum Wage Rates as determined by the Commissioner of Department of Workforce Development under the provision of the Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 149, Section 26 to 27D, as amended, apply to this project. It is the responsibility of the Contractor, before Bid opening, to request if necessary, any additional information on Minimum Wage Rates for those trades people who may be employed for the proposed Work under this Contract. A pre-Bid conference will be held at the South end of Spring Street, Everett, MA 02149 on April 25, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. CITY OF EVERETT, MASSACHUSETTS Consulting Engineer: Tighe & Bond, Inc. 53 Southampton Road Westfield, MA 01085 413-562-1600 Winning streak ends at seven against Medford Sometimes a regular season loss does a team good. It humbles them, while trying to figure out what went wrong, before they get into pivotal late season games and the postSOFTBALL | SEE PAGE 23 After pummeling non-league Boston latin Academy, Tide softball loses to Medford to snap streak By Joe McConnell the third. Masucci got it started after getting hit by a pitch. Uga followed with a walk before Seward came through with another three-run homer, this time to the left-centerfield gap. END OF SECTION J:\E\E0733 Everett MA\10-MBTA Crossing Drainage Upgrades\Design\Specifications\Phase 3 (Header Pipe)\DIV 0\00100 Advertisement for Bids .docx April 28, 2023 May 5, 2023 Alexa Ugo at third base for the Crimson Tide.

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