CHS Roundup

CHS Baseball Team Tops Tech Boston, 6–3

Chelsea High baseball got back in the win column this past week, posting its third victory of the season with a come-from-behind, 6-3 triumph over the Tech Boston Academy Bears last Friday at Carter Park.

The Red Devils pulled ahead in the bottom of the third inning, scoring five runs on three hits. Leading the Chelsea offensive production were Jeanluis Soto, who went 2-for-3 with two RBI;  Elijah Rivera, who was 1-for-2; Xavier Santiago, who was 1-for-3; and Jesse Castillo, who was 2-for-3 with two doubles.

Victor Murillo started for the Red Devils, allowing three runs in two and 1/3 innings, striking out one and walking seven Bear batters.

Soto earned the win, coming on in relief for five and 2/3 innings of shutout baseball in which Jeanluis allowed only one hit, fanning 11 Bear opponents and walking only one.

Coach Mike Lush and his crew are scheduled to host Excel Academy tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at 4:00 at Carter, travel to Revere on Monday, and then entertain Medford next Wednesday.

CHS Girls Track Tops Everett, 77-46

The Chelsea High girls outdoor track and field team earned a 77-46 triumph over Greater Boston League (GBL) rival Everett last Thursday afternoon.

Leading the way for the Lady Red Devils was Thania Simon, who scored 18 points with three first-place finishes, the 200 meter dash with a sprint of 27.0, the long jump with a leap of 14’-3”, and the triple jump with a final landing of 32’-10.5”, and a second place in the 100 meter dash.

Gizelle Rodriguez was a double-winner, grabbing the top spot in the javelin with a throw of 86’-8” and first in the 400 dash with a time of 67.7.

Meleny Rodriguez took first place in the 400 hurdles with a clocking of 82.2.

Hazel Hatleburg placed first in the 800 meter event in a time of 2:56.3 and placed third in two other events, the triple jump and the long jump.

The versatile Lauren Nadow accumulated 10 points with three second-place finishes in the 400 hurdles, the 110 hurdles, and the 400 dash. and a third in the javelin.

Marcaylla Louis-Jean tallied seven points for the CHS side of the scoresheet with second-place finishes in the triple jump and long jump and a third place in the 100 dash.

Kiara Ramirez-Villata contributed six points to the CHS cause with a pair of second-place efforts in the shot-put and discus. throwing-mate Lamari Davis took thirds in both the shot and the disc.

Lyssie Henderson took second place in the 2-mile run and Angely Mejia-Martinez did likewise in the 1-mile. Maria Sola-Hernandez added a third-place point in the 1-mile.

Coach Matthew McCormick and his squad are scheduled to host GBL foe Malden at Chelsea Stadium this afternoon (Thursday).

CHS Trackmen Fall Just Short vs. Everett

The Chelsea High boys outdoor track and field team turned in a strong team effort, but came up just short in their meet last week with Greater Boston League rival Everett, 68-63.

Alex Flores-Chavarria was a double-winner for coach Matthew McCormick’s squad, taking first place in both the 1-mile with a clocking of 5:13.8 and the 2-mile in a time of 11:01.9.

The Red Devils dominated the three throwing events, winning 18 of a possible 27 points. Theo Joseph-Seale Ariel took first place in the discus with a spin of 46’-10.75” and second spot in the shot-put. Teammate Ariel Chacon-Aracena won the shot-put with a throw of 46’-10.75”.

Emerson Melgar-Huezo took second place in the javelin and third in the discus and Adonis Alvarez grabbed third in the javelin.

Sherwin Kim contributed 11 points to the CHS cause with a first place in the 400 hurdles in a time of 64.8 and second places in the 110 hurdles and the triple jump.

Kyle Leong won the triple jump with a final landing of 33’-5”.

Red Devils who scored three points with second-place efforts were: Carlos Perez-Acosta in the 1-mile; Austin Freeman in the 400 dash; Christopher Martinez-Me in the 200 dash; and Bryan Amaya-Yanes in the 800.

Adding single points with third-place performances were Jose Amaya Raudalos in the 2-mile and Leeandro Castro in the 400 dash.

The Red Devils are scheduled to take on GBL foe Malden today (Thursday) at Chelsea Stadium.

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