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Chargers football comes up short against Mt. Pleasant, 22-21

October 16, 2014

PROVIDENCE- After starting the season with a big victory on their home field, the Chariho Chargers have struggled lately. With three straight losses, including two shutouts, the Chargers were looking to get out of their early-season slump this past Friday night against Mount Pleasant High School.
The offense came back for Chariho on Friday night, as the team scored three touchdowns and took Mount Pleasant to overtime. However, it couldn't get the victory for the Chargers, as the Kilties edged by Chariho in double-overtime, 22-21.

Exeter-West Greenwich remains in second place

October 16, 2014

EXETER-WEST GREENWICH— There couldn’t be a better time for the Exeter-West Greenwich girls soccer team to notch a win in the scoring column, after previously losing two straight games, falling to Portsmouth and Mt. Hope. That task may sound difficult as the South Kingstown Rebels, who sit quietly in third place of the Division I-South standings, came to town.

Skippers improve to an undefeated 5-0 on season

October 16, 2014

WESTERLY- The North Kingstown Skippers have been one of the best teams in Division II this season. Going into Friday night's game, the team had a 4-0 record, and were looking to improve upon it this past Friday night against Westerly at Westerly High School.
The Skippers were able to remain unbeaten, defeating Westerly on Friday night, 28-19.
The team improved to 5-0 this season with the victory. A two-score third quarter helped North Kingstown get the big road victory against Westerly on Friday night.

Rebels drop home game to Cranston West

October 15, 2014

SOUTH KINGSTOWN— The South Kingstown Rebels are coming off one of their biggest games of the season from two weeks ago, as the team got their first victory of the season. The Rebels looked to carry that momentum and get their second consecutive win on Friday night against Cranston West at Curtis Corner Middle School.
Unfortunately, for the Rebels, South Kingstown didn’t have enough offense to keep up with the Falcons, as Cranston West cruised to the 40-21 victory.

Mariners make it to final match but come away empty-handed

October 15, 2014

LINCOLN—Volleyball season is almost at an end, and the more than twenty teams took part in the Koch Eye Volleyball Tournament this past Monday. The 15th annual tournament is a chance for teams to get ready for the playoffs, and build up on some of their skills for the final stretch of the season.
Going into the tournament on Monday at CCRI in Lincoln, the teams were split up into different divisions. The purpose of the tournament was to have teams play other teams that don’t get to play each other in the regular season.

Chargers tennis stands at first place

October 9, 2014

CHARIHO- The Chariho Chargers have been one of the best teams in all of Division III tennis this season. The Chargers have been one of the most improved teams from last season, and have a 9-1 record.
The Chargers suffered their first loss against North Smithfield on Tuesday night by the score of 6-1. It is the first defeat the Chargers have had all season.

Field hockey win for Avengers

October 9, 2014

NORTH KINGSTOWN— After coming away with a 5-1 victory over North Kingstown last year in the Division I quarterfinal field hockey playoffs, East Greenwich was well-prepared for a similar outcome in last Friday’s matchup versus the Skippers, but North Kingstown wouldn’t go down easy this time around.

EG takes win against undefeated Classical

October 9, 2014

EAST GREENWICH—There couldn’t have been a better outcome for East Greenwich football this past Friday night as they squared off against Classical in a duel that ended on the final scoring drive with the Avengers pulling away with the 20-14 upset win over The Purple.

NK freshman running with the big dogs

October 9, 2014

It’s been a great learning experience for cross country runner Luke Embry.
Embry, from North Kingstown (The Prout School) is just a freshman at Roger Williams but he’s already running against the big boys. In last weekend’s Paul Short Invitational at Lehigh, he and his teammates competing against mainly Division I and II runners.
“We were in the Gold Race, the most competitive race of the day, and Luke equaled his personal best (27:57) for eight kilometers,” coach Sean Livingston said. “He handled himself very well in that atmosphere.”

Cross country leaderboard full of EG runners

October 9, 2014

WARWICK – Both East Greenwich cross country squads capped impressive seasons with dominant wins in the final dual meet of 2014 but the girls got the slight edge on the season, with the win they cemented the Suburban Division title and polished their 8-0 record.

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