CHS Roundup

Warsame Wins Three Events for Boys Track

The Chelsea High boys outdoor track and field team came up just short in their meet with Somerville last week by a score of 64-62.

Ali Warsame once again led the Red Devil scoresheet with 18 points. Ali took first in three events, the long jump with a leap of 18’-5”, the 100 dash with sprint of 11.7, and the 200 dash in a clocking of 24.1.He also grabbed second in the triple jump (38’-5”).

Nathaniel Nadow was a double-winner for coach Cesar Hernandez’s squad. Nate won the 400 hurdles with a clocking of 1:02.3 and the 800 with a time of 2:10.4.

Theodore Joseph Seal won the shot-put with a toss of 37’-8.5” and took second in the discus with a throw of 97’-0” to score eight points, as did teammate Emerson Melgar, who won the discus with a spin of 99’-9” and took second in the javelin with a throw of 99’-2”

Contributing three points to the CHS scoresheet with second-place finishes were: Ariel Aracena in the shot-put (36’-10”);  Jose Amaya in the 110 hurdles (29.5); and Kevin Flores in the mile (5:21.9).

Adding single points with third-place efforts were: Alexander Cano in the javelin (95’-7”) and the 400 hurdles (1:08.9); Austin Freeman in the 400 dash (58.3); and Ajay Singh in the two mile (13:39.2).

Hernandez and his crew are scheduled to host Everett today (Thursday) and will trek to Malden next Thursday.

Strong Effort for CHS Girls Track

Although The Chelsea High girls outdoor track and field team dropped a 71-55 decision to Somerville last week, there were a number of strong performances turned in by head coach Cesar Hernandez’s Lady Red Devils.

The Chelsea throwing contingent swept both the shot-put, led by Kiara Ramirez (28’-11.5”) and followed by Lamari Davis (27’-5.5”) and Dhalia Christmas (26’-6.5”), and the discus, paced by Christmas (80’-4”) and followed by Ramirez (70’-4”) and Angelina Agostini (67’-11”).

Chelsea went 2-3 in the javelin, with Anais Artica in second spot (64’-10”) and Lauren Nadow in third (60’-9”), thus accumulating 22 of the 27 points in the throwing events.

Giselle Olivar won the 110 hurdles with a clocking of 19.1 and took second in the 400 hurdles with a time of 1:27.2 for eight points on the day.

Rosalinda Rojas contributed six points to the CHS cause with second-place performances in the 800 (3:01.9) and the mile (6:56.9).

Nadow was a multi-faceted performer for Chelsea. In addition to her third-place effort in the javelin, Lauren finished second in the 110 hurdles (20.4) and third in the 400 hurdles (1:34.4) to tally five points.

Contributing three points to the CHS scoresheet with second-place efforts were Marcaylla Louis Jean in the triple jump (26’-3”) and Emily Singh in the 400 dash (1:19.9).

Adding single points with third-place finishes were: Keiri Hernandez in the long jump (11’-10.5”) and the 200 dash (30.4); Adyen Bonilla in the 400 dash (1:28.9); Ashley Mejia Puzul in the 800 (3:24.2); Marcaylla Louis Jean in the 100 dash (14.9); and Reina Moreira in the two mile (16:18.5).

Despite Loss, Some Brights Spots for CHS Baseball Team

Although the Chelsea High baseball team came up on the short end of an 11-0 decision to Greater Boston League (GBL) rival Lynn Classical on Monday at Carter Park, there were some bright spots for head coach Mike Lush’s Red Devils.

Starting pitcher Nazareth Aquino went 3-and-2/3 strong innings, giving up six hits and one walk while fanning three Ram batters.

Leudy Sanchez came on in relief to finish up, tossing 1-and-1/3 innings, yielding five hits with two strikeouts.

At the plate, Yared Rodriguez went 1-for-1 and Elijah Rivera went 1-for-2.

“The rest of the team had tough at-bats, but came up short against the Classical pitchers,” noted Lush. “We started off strong, but four errors doomed us.”

The Red Devils traveled to GBL foe Somerville yesterday (Wednesday) and will host non-league foe Excel Academy tomorrow (Friday) at Carter.

They will make the short trek across the Parkway to face GBL rival Everett on Monday and return home next Wednesday to host GBL opponent Malden.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *