Everett pulls away from Xaverian, captures 12th title
Dan Ventura Saturday, December 02, 2017

    The Everett defense did the job in a crucial moment, then the offense took over. One play after the Hawks were stopped on downs at the 2 late in the third quarter, Kevin Brown ripped off a 98-yard touchdown and Everett was on its way to a 35-10 victory and the school's 12th Super Bowl title.
   Turnovers hurt Xaverian in the early going as the Crimson Tide converted both of them into scores. Mike Sainristil returned an interception 43 yards for the game's first score, then a fumble paved the way for a 4-yard TD run by Sainristil.
   When Xaverian finally controlled the ball, it was able to move the ball on the ground. Ike Irabor ripped off a 15-yard TD run to cut the deficit in half, 14-7. Before the end of the half, the Hawks moved inside the Crimson Tide 5, before settling for a 20-yard field goal by Brian Fallon. Everett (11-0) wasted little time in the third quarter, marching 73 yards in three plays. Jake Willcox threw a 27-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Norcia to extend the lead to 21-10.
   Xaverian put together a terrific drive. Starting at their own 8, the Hawks went on a 13-play drive. They were hampered by a holding call (clear-cut) which negated a touchdown, moving the ball back to the 14. Xaverian got as close as the 3, but Davin Sweeney's pass intended for Brian Abraham was incomplete. Brown took over and his teammates soon followed suit.

        John DiBiaso steps down as Everett football coach
Everett football coach John DiBiaso walked into a room full of his players today and delivered one of the toughest speeches of his illustrious career.DiBiaso told the team that he was stepping down as the head coach. He will remain at the school as head basketball coach and athletic director until the end of the school year. “It was very difficult,” DiBiaso admitted. “I've spent 39 years of my life in this building and it is an emotional time.” (read more)

  • Kevin Brown helps Everett roll at Fenway Park


  •  Perhaps it was a case of Fenway-induced jitters that had the Everett High football team looking more vulnerable than its usual dominant self in the early going on Wednesday night. Or maybe it was the damp, blusterous conditions (read more)
    Dan Ventura October 27, 2017

    Everett's John DiBiaso became the fourth football coach in state history to win 300 games tonight when the Crimson Tide defeated St. John's Prep, 49-14, in the opening round of the Division 1 North tournament at Everett Memorial Stadium. (read more)

  • Scholarship Fundraiser

    This year the E-Club will begin the holidays with sale of live balsam wreaths with a bow to benefit our Scholarship Fund.  (read more)

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  • DENNIS GILDEA - Founder

    From 1926 to 1954, Gildea was head football coach at Everett High School. He compiled an overall record of 163–72–29. His teams were champions in 1927, 1936, and 1945. Gildea was known as an innovator in high school football. His 1940s teams used the T Formation and he was one of the first coaches to frequently use substitutions and special assignments for certain players.