Twin sisters Eliana and Edlyn Hernandez (8) unwrap their vessel to see if their egg is still hard boiled or scrambled, and the twins find success – one intact egg. The twin sisters were just one group out of many that joined in on the Kelly School’s STEM Night Egg Drop experiment last Thursday, Jan. 31. Students used math, science and engineering lessons to create a protective cover for their egg, which was then dropped from a 30-foot crane.
Quintavius Smith, 22, 85 Blossom St., Chelsea, was arrested for failing to stop for police, speeding, stop sign violation, operating motor vehicle unlicensed, receiving stolen property over $250, reckless operation of motor vehicle.
Domenic Strazzulla, 53, 151 Liverpool St., East Boston, was arrested on a warrant.
Jomael DeJesus, 19, 93 Bellingham St., Chelsea, was arrested on warrants.
Marbin Bardales, 34, 15 Haskel Ave., Revere, was arrested for possessing/drinking open alcoholic beverage in public.
Spencer Clark, 38, 8 Grove St., Chelsea, was arrested for assault with dangerous weapon, threat to commit crime.
Mario Hurtado, 24, 725 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested on conspiracy to violate drug law.
Carlos Hernandez, 21, 29 Library St., Chelsea, was arrested for operating motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license (2 counts).
Elizabeth Toro, 30, 959 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery aggravated on pregnant person.
Amy Pinabella, 43, 59 Bellingham St., Chelsea, was arrested on warrants.
Anastacio Rivera, 25, 116 Curwin Circle, Lynn, was arrested on 5 warrants.
Brunildo Pabon, 40, 26 Eleanor St., Chelsea, was arrested for breaking and entering nighttime vehicle/boat for felony (2 counts), possessing burglarious instrument.
Wilmer Reyes, 28, 948 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested for operating of motor vehicle unlicensed, marked lanes violation, failure to wear seat belt.
Daniel Barke, 25, 110 Malden St., Everett, was arrested on warrant.
Dramane Ky, 25, 14 Central Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for disorderly conduct, assault and battery.
Madeline Rosa, 39, 767 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery on +60 disabled, unarmed robbery on +60, assault and battery with dangerous weapon on +60 person.
Pedro Hernandez, 23, 767 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery on +60/disabled, unarmed robbery on a +60, arrest warrant.
Robert Soroka, 42, 235 Revere St., Revere, was arrested for receiving stolen property over $250.
Dany Betanco, 38, 71 Congress Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for malicious destruction of property over $250, witness intimidation, larceny over $250.
Kendrick Tate, 24, 27 Gerrish Ave., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrants, home invasion, kidnapping, witness intimidation, assault with dangerous weapon, possessing to distribute Class D drug, possessing Class B drug.
Lucio Martinez, 19, 79 Marshall St., Somerville, was arrested for witness intimidation, kidnapping, possessing to distribute Class D drug, possessing Class B drug.
The team includes, Doris Hernandez, Maria Andurai, Sophia Vital, Jaylee Ortiz, Trinity Hoffman, Kylie Lemerise, Alyssa Soule, Julianna Vargas, Michelle Coreas, Melany Vargas Jayvianna Hunter, Raquel Class, Monica Cruz, coaches Henry Hoffman Colleen Soule.
Red Devils drop holiday tilt with Matignon, 18-12
The Chelsea High football team turned in a valiant effort, but came up short by a score of 18-12 in a Thanksgiving Day battle with Matignon at Dilboy Stadium.
The contest began well for the Red Devils. After the CHS defense forced Matignon to punt on its opening possession, the Red Devils marched 50 yards for a touchdown, capped by a four yard burst into the end zone by sophomore David Bui.
However, Matignon bounced back thanks to a big return on the ensuing kickoff which brought the ball to the Chelsea 30. Matignon then executed a flanker reverse on second down to cover the 32 yard distance into the Chelsea end zone to knot matters at 6-6.
The teams then exchanged punts, with Nick Ieng taking the Matignon kick and racing 64 yards for an apparent touchdown. However, Nick’s fine effort was called back because of a ref’s flag on a Chelsea player for a block in the back. With the Red Devils taking possession at their own 38, Chelsea proceeded to nullify the penalty by marching into the Matignon end zone. Senior captain Dennys Hernandez, an offensive lineman, got the call for the final two yards to make it 12-6 in favor of Chelsea.
“It’s always nice to reward a senior lineman who has put in the work for four years both in the weight room and in the trenches on the offensive line,” said CHS head coach Jack Halas. “Dennys is a great kid, and I’m glad we were able to give him the ball for the touchdown in the final game of his CHS career.”
However, all of the good work of the Chelsea offense went for naught thanks once again to poor coverage on the ensuing kickoff. The Matignon kick returner took the ball all the way to the CHS three yard line, with kicker Henry Lemus making a saving tackle. Still, three plays later Matignon reached paydirt to even matters at 12-12.
The half ended with Chelsea punting on its next offensive possession and Red Devil Luis Jiminez intercepting a Matignon “Hail Mary” pass as the clock wound down.
The second half proved to be defensive struggle. The Red Devils were able to advance only as far as the Matignon 32 in the third quarter, with the drive sputtering out thanks to a mishandled snap on a third-and-five. Matignon then took over and put together its best drive of the day, aided once again primarily by a wide-receiver reverse play that eventually led to a touchdown from the Chelsea three yard line.
With the contest now in the fourth quarter, the Red Devil defense needed to make a stop, and it did, giving the ball to Chelsea at the CHS 46 with about 4:00 to play. The Red Devils appeared primed to seize the momentum. Ieng carried for 22 yards off the right side, Bui ran for eight more yards, and a 12 yard completion over the middle from Mike Rowan to Dashuan Alves gave Chelsea a first-and-10 at the Matignon 16.
However, that would prove to be as close as Chelsea would get to the Matignon end zone, as the drive ended after two incomplete passes. Matignon then was able to take knees to end the ballgame.
“It was a tough one to lose,” said Halas. “Give lots of credit to Matignon. They had a game plan which they executed well. We did not make the key plays or enough plays to allow us to win the ballgame. They made more plays than we did, and they deserved to win the game. They outplayed us.
“Obviously, it was not the way we wanted to send our seniors out on Thanksgiving,” added Halas. “We left too many opportunities out on the field. The big play hurt us badly both in the kicking game and defensively. We had a couple of drives offensively sputter out because of poor execution.”
A number of Red Devils turned in fine performances. Rowan hit on 13-of-18 passes for 71 yards. Jiminez was his chief target with six receptions for 41 yards. Alves grabbed two passes for 15 yards. Ieng lugged the ball 13 times for 74 yards and caught three passes for 12 yards. Bui rushed for 38 yards on seven attempts and had two receptions for three yards to go with his TD. Hernandez had one carry for two yards and a TD.
Defensively, Hernandez was a bulwark with six tackles. Alves and Nelson Hernandez were credited with five tackles each. The duo of Edwin Dubon and Bui made four tackles apiece.
Bruins Beatby Bob Morello
Bruins ‘Go West Young Man’
Using the popular idiom – “the early bird gets the worm,’ the Boston Bruins left a day earlier for their Western road trip, with the hopes of creating a more fitting idiom, such as “the early team gets the win.” Departing a day earlier to arrive in Edmonton on Monday, Boston opened up their stay by one more day, which means that they arrived, relaxed, and had their Tuesday morning practice in Edmonton, instead of Wilmington.
Coach Claude Julien explained, “It just shows how important this road trip is to us. We know there is a difference and a time change and everything else, and that represents a challenge in itself in any normal situation. So we thought coming in a day earlier and getting ourselves acclimated to, I guess, this area here and making the most of it was basically what we’re trying to do here.” It made good sense for the Bruins players to enjoy a solid night’s sleep for the two days prior to last night’s (Wednesday 9:30pm) road trip opener versus the Edmonton Oilers, all the while adjusting to the time difference, and a lengthy airplane ride. Having had a four-day layoff since earning their huge win over the New York Rangers, the question to be answered is: “Does ‘rest’ equal ‘rust,’ or ‘resilience?’
The Oilers roster will be missing two of their top players due to injuries, number one pick, Connor McDavid, and Nail Yakupov. While this matchup looks like an easy win for the Bruins, Edmonton, despite holding the bottom spot in league standings, has had spurts of playing well of late, and will likely not be easy pickings for the Bruins. The Bruins were looking to notch a victory over the Oilers and their general manager, former B’s GM, Peter Chiarelli, to start the three-game road trip, but their focus is on playing the steady, consistent hockey that has earned them their five-game win streak.
Nothing short of a three-game sweep on this road trip will be considered acceptable, or as coach Julien summarized, “We all know these western trips are always tough trips, no matter where the teams are in the standings, I’m really focused on having a good road trip here. A good start to this trip is imperative. We’ve got a little bit of a streak going and we know the feeling of winning. So it’s about doing the right things to keep it going.”
On Friday, Boston will begin a back-to-back schedule with a game versus the Calgary Flames (12/4 at 9:00pm), and finishes up with the Bruins taking on the Vancouver Canucks (Saturday 12/5 at 10:00pm).
This current stretch of five games in eight days will wrap up with Boston hosting the Nashville Predators (Monday 12/7 at 7:00pm), then back on the road to take on the Montreal Canadiens (Wednesday 12/9 at 7:30pm). The B’s left Boston with a five-game win streak which they hope to have extended to eight, at the expense of three Western Conference teams that are currently mired in the bottom six positions of their conference – all out of playoff position. A possible downside is the fact Boston has not faced any of the three teams they will meet on the three game road trip, which means it may take some time for the Bruins to adjust to the new faces and styles.
Alexander Santana, 28, 461 Crescent Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for operating a motor vehicle unlicensed, unregistered, ininsured
Jude Cutone, 48, 207 Shurtleff St., Chelsea, was arrested on warrants.
Marlon Rodriguez, 31, 94 Erving St., Everett, was arrested for improper turn, operating motor vehicle unlicensed, furnishing false name.
Angel Quilan, 25, 45 Winter St., Quincy, was arrested on a warrant.
Amilcar Hernandez-Rodriguez, 26, 31 Heard ST., Chelsea, was arrested for operating motor vehicle unlicensed, one way violation.
Antonio Rivas, 23, 110 Orange St., Chelsea, was arrested for assault with a dangerous weapon.
Alberto Lopez Junior, 21, 88 Williams ST., Chelsea, was arrested for possessing to distribute Class B drug, conspiracy to violate drug law, possessing to distribute Class D drug.
Michael Fitzpatrick, 46, 767 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, warrant, assault with serious bodily injury, assault to murder, carrying dangerous weapon.
Jose Ramos, 28, 12 Fourth ST., Chelsea, was arrested for shoplifting.
Segundo Lopez, 39, 9 Casatle Apt. 7
Marshfield, was arrested for operating motor vehicle unlicensed, red light violation.
Carlos Torres, 39, 35 Jefferson Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor & serious injury, operating motor vehicle unlicensed, reckless operation of motor vehicle.
Juan Lassend-Soto, 25, 32 Carmel St., Chelsea, was arrested or possessing Class A drug.
Sully Rios, 23, 122 Beacon St., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.
Jose Colon, 18, 199 Chestnut St., Chelsea, was arrested or assault with a dangerous weapon, threat to commit crime.
Lisa Selvage, 50, 10 Forsyth St., Chelsea, was arrested on warrants and shoplifting.
Rogenia Cobb, 42, 105 Chauncy St., Boston, was arrested for shoplifting.
Thomas Dunn, 34, 56 Franklin Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery on a police officer, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, threat to commit crime.
Elizabeth Spatcher, 28, 900 21st St., Other, FL, was arrest ed on a felony warrant.
Michael Silva, 34, 22 Athens Dr., Saugus, was arrested for possessing Class A drug.
Jose Gonzalez, 57, 121B Hawthorne St., Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery an d with disturbing the peace.
Anna Bailey, 29, 124 Spencer Ave., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.
Jaspar Dodson, 28, 855 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested for trafficking cocaine, conspiracy to violate drug law, possessing to distribute Class B drug.
Sir Dodson, 27, 855 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested for trafficking in cocaine, conspiracy to violate drug law, warrants, possessing to distribute Class B drug.
Mary Sackor, 34, 25 Standaford St., Boston, was arrested for disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace.
Alexus Iraola, 18, 78 Reed Ave., Everett, was arrested for larceny over $250, attempted breaking and entering night time for felony and dangerous weapon.
Tanya Morris, 35, 15 Staples Ave., Everett, was arrested for shoplifting.
Cesar Alicea, 19, 53 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested on a felony warrant.
Francisco Correa, 39, 28 Malden St., Everett, was arrested for possessing Class A drug.
Zacarias Concepcion, 28, 307 E. 8th St., Boston, was arrested for distribution of Class A drug.
Saulorenan Solisborjas, 20, 182 Hitchborn St., Revere, was arrested for disorderly conduct and threat to commit a crime.
Norma B orjas, 41, 182 Hitchborn St., Revere, was arrested for disorderly conduct, assault, interfering with police officer and threat to commit a crime.
Meneel Hernandez, 17, 103 Garland St., Everett, was arrested for receiving stolen motor vehicle, resisting arrest, assault and battery on a police officer (2 counts).
William Ginepra, 39, 5 Admirals Way, Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (2 counts).
William Morales, 18, 147 Shurtleff St., Chelsea, was arrested for unarmed robbery, assault and battery, intimidate witness, resisting arrest.
Luis Tizol, 22, 147 Shurtleff St., Chelsea, was arrested for un armed robbery, assault and battery (2 counts).
Jarrod Harris, 38, 147 Russell ST., Everett, was arrested for assault with a dangerous weapon, threat to commit a crime, conspiracy, witness intimidation, warrant.
Angel Andrades, 45, 5 Webster Ct., Chelsea, was arrested for possessing Class A drug.
Jery Hernandez, 19, 112 Grove St., Chelsea, was arrested on warrants.
Mary Caraballo, 23, 472 Riverside, Lawrence, was arrested on a warrant.
Jeffrey Whitley, 52, 767 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrestrd for trespassing.
Tomas Barillas, 18, 26 Grove St., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.
Cesar Alicea, 19, 53 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested on warrants.
Emidio Diniz, 45, 38 Grove St., Chelsea, was arrested for operating motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license, uninsured motor vehicle, unregistered motor vehicle.
Guy Waters, 36, 35 Dennis St., Boston, was arrested for possessing to distribute Class drugs, resisting arrest.
Rosemarie Lewis, 51, 16 Shurtleff St., Revere, was arrested for operation of motor vehicle unlicensed, one way violation, leaving scene of property damage.
Stacey Doe, 46, 150 Captains Row, Chelsea, was arrested on warrants.
Jose Colon, 18, 199 Chestnut St., Chelsea, was arrested for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
Jessica Palilunas, 26, 66 Englewood Ave., Everett, was arrested for aggravated assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
Nicole Castro, 28, 185 Fells Ave., Medford, was arrested on warrants.
Norma Cruz, 33, 1 Webster Ct., Chelsea, was arrested for shoplifting.
Robert Nicoli, 50, 738 W. Briar Pl., Chicago, IL, was arrested for possessing Class b drug, conspiracy to violate drug law.
William Garcia, 29, 70 Franklin Ave., Chelsea, was arrested for distribution of drugs, possessing Class B drug, conspiracy to violate drug law.
Kathy Hawes, 50, 7 Temple St., Cambridge, was arrested for shoplifting.
Henry Acosta, 21, 59 Burma Rd., Chelsea, was arrested on a warrant.
Kevin DiGaetano, 23, 973 Broadway, Chelsea, was arrested on felony warrant.
Thomas Fitzpatrick, 49, 39 Winlock Rd., Boston, was arrested on felony warrants.
This summer, the Chelsea Rotary Club is sponsoring 20 lucky Chelsea students between ages 7 and 15 to an all expense paid week of overnight camp at Camp Rotary in Boxford, MA. Since 1998, the Chelsea Rotary Club has sponsored over 250 children at the overnight camp with the help of many generous community partners. The camp, run by the Lynn Rotary Club, provides all types of positive recreational and other activities for children from different communities. Chelsea children are selected through an essay contest open to all Chelsea children between the ages of 7 and 15. A committee of Chelsea Rotary Club members reviews all letters and makes the selection of campers. Pictured with Camp Rotary Executive Director Dr. Richard Cowdell and Chelsea Rotary Club Camp Rotary Committee Chairperson Sue Gallant are some of this year’s lucky campers including Younes Maizut, Manny Andrade, Dimpal Biswa, Luis Rivera, Katherine Acevedo, Katherine Palacios, Paola Gonzalez, Alexander Gutierrez, Henry Martinez, Jullian and Tatiana Hernandez, Misael Goday- Nunex, Rigoberto Murillo, Heidy Jimenez Prado, Emily Espina Miranda and Yelena Hernandez Bonilla. The Chelsea Rotary Club congratulates all the winners of this year’s camp essay contest!
Chelsea High senior Carlos Vega placed an exclamation point onto the approaching end of his fine career with the Red Devil baseball program by pitching a no-hitter last Friday against Lynn Tech on his home field. Carlos was immense from start to finish, fanning 13 Tech batters and allowing only one Tech base-runner, that coming via a walk on a 3-2 pitch in the sixth.
“Carlos was superb,” said CHS head coach Alan Beausoleil. “He was in command the entire game.”
Vega fittingly scored the only run he would need in the open inning when he singled with two outs and came home when junior Carlos Ramos followed with a two-run home-run high and deep into right field that cleared the netting and landed in the MDC pool.
The roundtripper was the first of two for Ramos on the day, as Carlos duplicated that feat with another pop into the pool in the sixth frame for a solo homer. Chelsea’s other run came in the second stanza when Luis Martinez reached on an error, stole second, and came home on a base hit by freshman Manny Ortiz.
The no-hitter and victory were the principal bright spots for the CHS diamondmen in a week that saw them drop four other contests. A 9-8 loss in extra-innings at Minuteman Regional proved to be the toughest to take, as the Red Devils held leads of 4-0 and 8-5, only to allow Minuteman to chip away and eventually tie the game in the bottom of the seventh.
The Red Devils scored four runs in the opening stanza. After Jorge Hernandez led off with a walk and Armando Montes reached base on a dropped third strike, Vega came through with a double that plated Hernandez. A base hit by Yvad Rosado brought in Montes and Vega and a double by Orlando Rodriguez scored Rosado.
However, Minuteman got one back in the bottom of the inning and then took the lead with four in the second.
Chelsea reasserted control of the game with another four-run outburst in the fifth, Montes once again reached on a dropped third strike and Vega singled to get the rally started. A three-bagger by Ramos gave Chelsea the lead, 6-5, and a double by Rosado made it 7-5. After Yvad stole third, a ground-out by Orlando Rodriguez scored Rosado for an 8-5 Chelsea advantage.
However, Minuteman got two back in the sixth and then tied the game in the seventh before winning it in the eighth.
In an 11-0 loss to North Shore Tech last Wednesday, Vega, Rosado, and Ortiz accounted for the three Red Devil base hits. In a 10-1 defeat to Whittier Tech last Thursday, Chelsea hit the ball well, but could only produce one run. Montes went 2-for-4 with a double and a run scored; Vega was 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI; Jorge Hernandez was 2-for-3 with a stolen base; and Luis Martinez was 1-for-3 with a stolen base. In a 12-1 loss to Greater Lowell Tuesday, Jorge Hernandez had a hit and an RBI; Vega had a hit and a stolen base; Luis Rodriguez had a hit; and Carlos Ramos had a hit and was hit by a pitch.
Beausoleil and his Red Devils, who now stand at 3-12 on the season, will play at Greater Lawrence today (Thursday); trek to Northeast Regional Tuesday; and then conclude their 2014 campaign next Wednesday when they host Maimonides under the lights at 7:15.
CHS trackmen edge Greater Lawrence, 73-63
The Chelsea High boys outdoor track team won its fifth meet of the season (against just one loss) with a 73-63 triumph over Greater Lawrence last week.
“We probably had our best meet of the year,” said CHS head coach Don Fay, whose Red Devils clinched second-place in the Commonwealth Athletic Conference with the win “Everybody was healthy and ran well.”
Chelsea got off to a quick start, going 1-2 in the 400 high hurdles, receiving personal records (PR) from Jeffrey Estrada in a clocking of 63.2 and Eric Flores in 67.0.
In the 100 high hurdles, Haider Kareem finished first and Flores took third.
The CHS 4 x 100 relay quartet of Mohamed Qasim, Mohamed Mohamed, Jose Aguilar and Chris Sanyet defeated their Gr. Lawrence counterparts.
Adriel Rodrigues was a double-winner for Chelsea, finishing first in the discus with a toss of 108′-10″ and first in the shotput with a throw of 41′-11″. The versatile Rodriguez also finished second in the 200 dash in 24.2 and third in the 100 dash in 11.9 to accumulate 14 points for the Chelsea side of the scoresheet.
Ricardo Maldonado also added some big points to the CHS cause, as he has done all season. Ricardo took first in the javelin with a chuck of 124′-2″; second in the high jump with a leap of 5-’6″; second in the 100 dash in 11.75; and second in the 400 dash in 54.0 for a total of 14 points.
Flores captured his first win of the year in the high jump, clearing the bar at 5′-7″.
Estrada won the triple jump at 35-’6″, with teammates Chris Sanyet second at 35-’4″ and Qasim third at 35′-4″.
Christian Calix threw the javelin 110′ to grab second place in that event and Francisco Mercedes finished third with a toss of 98′-11″ to complete a CHS sweep in the javelin.
Eric Orellana picked up a third place in the two-mile run and Jeffrey Estrada ran a PR to finish third in the mile. Alecia Dasilva finished third in the 400 dash in 58.3 and Brian Horn did likewise in the 800 in a time of 2:28.
Sanyet ran a personal best in the 200 dash to grab third in 24.6 and Dominic Vega threw a PR of 85-’5″ in the discus. Also picking up valuable third place points for Chelsea were Mercedes with a throw of 32′-10″ in the shotput and Sanyet in the long jump with his leap of 17′-10″.
“The throwers and sprinters had a great day,” said Fay. “Coach Martineau and coach Arrenson have done very well with our sprinters and throwers this year. We knew Greater Lawrence had a really good 4 x 400 team, so we knew we had to clinch the meet before the relay, which we did.
“This was basically to clinch second-place in the league,” added the coach. “Although this was not our ultimate goal, after the past two seasons of being at .500, it is a step in the right direction.”
The Red Devils will end their regular season with a meet with PMA and Northeast. There also will be the CAC freshman/sophomore meet. May 24 is the date set for the CAC All-League Meet at Greater Lowell.