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October 6th, 2014

Scarlet Knights taken down by North Smithfield Saturday

October 6, 2014

EXETER/WESTGREENWICH—The Exeter\West Greenwich Scarlet Knights have hit a rough stretch for this season. Going into Saturday’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.

Prout steals the show in cross country meet

October 6, 2014

Narragansett – Despite the grey sky and cold precipitation, it was a good afternoon for both Prout’s cross country squads as the girls team came away with two victories and the boys team took all three matchups in Tuesday’s four-team meet.
The Crusader boys took four of the top six individual spots and moved their overall record to 6-1 in the South Division. The wins put them in a tie with North Kingstown for second place behind Chariho. The girls moved their record to 3-3, placing them around the middle of the pack in their division, just behind Middletown.

Narragansett falls 8-1 to Avengers

October 6, 2014

NARRAGANSETT— 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.

Rebels take second place in division cross country meet

October 6, 2014

By JUSTIN BEAUCAGE

CHARIHO—The South Kingstown Rebels Girl’s Cross Country team has had some great success this season. With a 5-0 record entering Tuesday’s race, the team had quite the challenge ahead of them at Chariho High School.
The North Kingstown Skippers, as the second ranked team in the entire state, were one of the toughest opponents the Rebels would face all season. The teams were ready to face off in Tuesday’s meet, along with the Chariho Chargers, on a rainy afternoon at Chariho High School.

ACLU hits out at Coventry PD reporting

October 6, 2014

COVENTRY— If filing a complaint with the police department has been more difficult than it should, don’t be surprised. According to a study completed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Rhode Island, the Coventry Police Department is one of several in the state reported to be in violation of a law requiring the online posting of police complaint forms and complaint procedures.

Source 
Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Coventry man in court for kidnapping, sexual assault

October 6, 2014

WEST WARWICK — A pair of men, one from West Warwick and the other from Coventry, was arraigned yesterday in Third Division District Court on Quaker Lane and charged in connection with the kidnapping and sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl last month.

Source 
Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Kettle, fire union’s Gorman at odds over political signage

October 6, 2014

COVENTRY — After two days of back and forth accusations and arguments between Coventry Professional Firefighters Union President David Gorman and District 21 Senate incumbent Nick Kettle over a political sign, according to Coventry Police Lieutenant John Shields, peace has been restored.
According to Kettle, when he passed by his sign located on Knotty Oak Road on Monday, he found it destroyed. He repaired it that night and placed it out in the same spot only to discover on Wednesday the sign was gone altogether.

Source 
Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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