• About Cedrina Missamou

    Junior Cedrina Missamou is a returning member of Malden High School’s Blue and Gold. She is hoping to do more sports based videos this year. Born in the West African city of Libreville, Gabon, Missamou came to the United States when she was only nine years old. However, she managed to integrate into the community very smoothly because she visited the state multiple summers before. She was a part of the indoor and outdoor track team her freshman and sophomore year. During her pastime she loves listening to music and more specifically, African music and trap instrumentals. When she is not running, she also likes to binge watch crime series, like Criminal Minds. Missamou is also active member of her community and in fact, just last year, she was a part of a group of student activists who after presenting their case to the school committee, successfully overturned the headwrap ban at MHS.

    Boys Soccer: #Goals

    by  • September 28, 2017 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    By Cedrina Missamou and Jennica Ruan Malden High’s boys soccer team has started the season with much drive and determination, which has been paying off as they have had a great start. The team currently has a record of 6-0-2 making them undefeated thus far. One of their most recent victories occurred on September...

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    Spring Concert Photo Gallery

    by  • May 24, 2016 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

      The annual spring concert was held this May 12th in the Jenkins auditorium under the direction of Mr Todd Cole and the management of Ms. Sarah Bendell. Performances included students from the choral arts society and  students from the concert band.           As with every year, the concert kicked off with an introduction...

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    Boys Cross Country: A Great Course Ahead

    by  • October 8, 2015 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    The Malden High School boys cross country has had victories, made memories as well as lasting friendships. Last year’s team achieved plenty, having not only won the Greater Boston League championship but also, as Coach David Londino puts it, “breaking the drought” by winning half of all their meets. Although last season was successful,...

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