THE MALDEN ADVOCATE - Friday, February 1, 2019 Page 7 MHS Golden Tornadoes swim team wins two By Steve Freker S enior Kevin Ochoa and sophomore David Lombardi each won a pair of events, and the Malden High School coed swim team rolled to an 88-78 win over visiting Reading, one of the top teams in the Middlesex League, in a non-league meet. Malden finished the regular season in impressive fashion at 8-2 overall with the victory. Ochoa won the 200 freestyle event at 1:53 and the 100 butterfl y at 57.38 seconds. Lombardi came out on top in the 100 breaststroke at 1:07.91 and also won the 500 freestyle at 5:51.03. Malden’s Haoxi Wang won the 50 freestyle at 22.84 seconds. Some other place fi nishers for Malden included Chloe Akombi, who was second in the 100 backstroke at BASKETBALL | FROM PAGE 6 J. Dicks (12). For the Pistons we got a pair of 15 from K. Williams & T. Stringer as they fought to the end and nearly had this one. Sunday, Jan. 27 Game 1 – Bullets 45, Pistons 36 Tough weekend for the Pistons as they fell to the Boys in Blue in our opening game on Sunday as M. Niboh’s game-high 16 & N. Cornay’s 11 just weren’t enough to carry themselves to victory. But for the bullets a set of 14 was just right, as B. Dorvilier & J. Jonasaint fueled the Win. Game 2 – Lakers 51, Kings 49 The Purple & Gold squeak another by to sweep the weekend & hop into 2nd in the early goings of the season. As Germay MHS senior Kevin Ochoa 1:03.85. Malden was second in the freestyle relay and won the 200 freestyle relay. **** The Golden Tornadoes team, coached by Paul DeVincentis and Jessica Bisson, fi nished 8-2 (19), Dicks (14) and Baptiste (11) were what the coaches ordered for this luncheon of old friends. A. Chen (15) & M. Cherif (14) did all they could but needed a lil’ more fi repower, that just wasn’t there. You live by the 3, you die by the 3. As the Kings coaches cringed as they saw them Jackin’. Game 3 – Celtics 69, Sixers 59 The Emerald stayed laser-focused and scored the highest output of the weekend to end the weekend. But it was Sixers R. St Jean “who was damn near perfect” with a game-high 34 as teammate A. Baires also dropped 10 as their struggles continued. Celtics were hitting some big shots all over the place as S. Kelley with a strong 27, S. Cherefant with 19 and A. Cohen with 16 led the off ensive attack as they still remain perfect on the season.          •   •   •          www.reverealuminumwindow.com overall in the regular season, competed in the Northeastern Conference (NEC) Meet on Wednesday at Salem State University and is competing in the MIAA State Swimming Meet next week. Next Week’s Games ALL games played at the Ferryway School off Ferry Street, 2nd fl oor Sat., Feb. 2 1:15 Bullets vs. Celtics 2:30 Kings vs. Sixers 3:45 Hawks vs. Lakers Sun., Feb. 3* 12:15 Sixers vs. Bullets 1:30 Hawks vs. Celtics 2:45 Sonics vs. Pistons “NEW Website coming soon” On Instagram at MNBL1986 Also on Facebook Our Access TV show is LIVE every Thursday at 6 p.m. on Ch. 3 With Nester Dudley … you can live stream on ATRLive.com http://www.sabatino-ins.com SABATINO 564 Broadway Everett, MA 02149 617-387-7466 Hours of Operation are: Mondays - Fridays 9am to 5pm Saturdays by appointment only SNOW BLOWER SALES, SERVICE & REPAIRS Pickup/Delivery Available 781-289-6466 SABATINOINSURANCE AGENCY Call for a Quote 617-387-7466 Or email Rocco@sabatino-ins.com We cover: * Auto * Home * Boat * Renter * Condo * Life * Multi-Policy Discounts * Commercial 10% Discounts * Registry Service Also Available

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