October 2nd, 2014
EXETER/WESTGREENWICHâ€”The Exeter\West Greenwich Scarlet Knights have hit a rough stretch for this season. Going into Saturdayâ€™s game against North Smithfield, the team had lost its first two games, and were looking to get their first victory of the season against the Northmen on Saturday afternoon.
Despite the confidence going into the game, the Scarlet Knights were defeated by North Smithfield, 40-6, on Saturday at Exeter\West Greenwich High School.
CHARIHOâ€”North Kingstown have had quite the cross country season thus far in the early fall. As the second ranked team in the entire state, the Skipperâ€™s Girls Cross Country team was ready for their second meet of the season, as they got ready to race against the South Kingstown Rebels and the Chariho Chargers on a rainy Tuesday afternoon at Chariho High School.
The Skippers showed why they are one of the best teams in cross country, as they were able to defeat South Kingstown and Chariho on Tuesday afternoon in a crucial race that had implications on division championships on the season.
EAST GREENWICH- The East Greenwich Avengers have had their struggles early in this season. The team fell to an 0-2 record, including a tough 28-7 loss against Middletown last Friday night.
The Avengers looked to bounce back and get back on track against Toll Gate this past Friday night at East Greenwich High School.
East Greenwich bounced back, and then some, against Toll Gate, shutting out the Titans, 34-0, for their first victory of the season.
NARRAGANSETTâ€” The Avengers girls volleyball team is off to a tremendous start this fall, winning seven of their first eight contests in the season. East Greenwich hit the road on Tuesday night and traveled to Narragansett High School to face the Mariners, as they were victorious once again winning, 3-0.
PAWTUCKETâ€” This past Friday the Chargers football team hit the road for their third game of the season taking on the Tolman Tigers at Parisseau Field in Pawtucket. The Tigers clawed their way through the game by not allowing Chariho to add any points to the scoreboard, defeating the Chargers by three touchdowns, 21-0.
CHARIHOâ€” The North Kingstown Skippers have had quite the cross country season thus far in the fall. As the second ranked team in the entire state, the Skipperâ€™s Girls Cross Country team was ready for their second meet of the season, as they got ready to race against the South Kingstown Rebels and the Chariho Chargers on a rainy Tuesday afternoon at Chariho High School.
CHARIHOâ€”The Chargers hosted the Cumberland Clippers this past Monday night at Chariho High School in what was primed to be a Division 1 showdown.
The Chargers, despite the struggles earlier in the season, showed they are one of the best teams in the division, as they cruised to the victory in three sets, 3-0.
The Chargers dominated the game early and often against the Clippers. Rhiannon Wilson had ten kills in Mondayâ€™s victory against Cumberland. Teammate Emily Ali had eight kills in Mondayâ€™s win, helping the team earn their third win of the season.