Archive - Apr 2011
WESTERLY - It was the first match of the season, but it may end up being the biggest.
The Southern Division's top three teams met up Tuesday at foggy Weekapaug Golf Club and it was Prout, the home team, coming away with the sweep, beating North Kingstown 164-165 and Chariho, 164-167, while the Skippers earned a split with the two-shot win over the Chargers.
Prout was led by Nicole Scola, the defending girls champion, who shot a 47; No. 4 Matt Costaregni carded a 41 and Nos. 2 and 3 Greg Zervos and Matt Gerlach both came in at 43.
HOPKINTON -- Before the latest public hearing on a proposed land clearing and earth removal ordinance began Monday night, it became clear that the matter would be continued for the purposes of more research and discussion to find a middle ground.
KINGSTONâ€“ The University of Rhode Island is fast becoming one of the top research and economic engines in the state and it may take one step forward by developing a research and technology park to connect private firms with students and the state.
They sing, they tap dance, they laugh and just have fun!
A group of senior citizens at the Beechwood Senior Center has been getting together a couple times a month for more than 30 years to practice their favorites before they bring their show on the road.
As an eighth grader, everyone told Al Georgio he was too small to play running back in high school
In high school, people said he didnâ€™t have the size to stand up to the rigors of varsity play.
During his record-breaking senior season, few thought he would be big enough to play at the college level.
And each time, Georgio proved his doubters wrong.
NARRAGANSETT - With the gloves not working and the bats failing to do anything, things did not go well for the Narragansett softball team in a 5-1 loss to Middletown Monday afternoon.
Pitcher Hannah Lindsley threw another solid game, but her defense didn't give her much help as errors allowed most of the Islanders' runs to score.
NARRAGANSETT - The Narragansett girls lacrosse team got off to a hot start and never let up in a 12-4 win over Warwick Veterans Monday afternoon.
The Mariners scored nine times in the first half, four of those coming from junior Sam Sabetti.
With the game in control, Narragansett did a good job of playing smart with the ball in the second half and its defense kept Warwick Vets' offense quiet.
For a full story, read the April 27 edition of the Narragansett Times. For a full photo gallery, log on to http://www.ricentral.com/content/warwick-veterans-narragansett-girls-lac...
WEST WARWICK â€” Val Kiers pitched brilliantly Monday afternoon, but the Wizardsâ€™ Division II crossover contest wonâ€™t be remembered for what the junior did in the circle, it will; be remembered for what sophomore Mikaela Grosso did with her arm and bat.
After the Wizards threw away a three-run lead in the sixth inning, Grosso made a perfect relay throw with two outs in the seventh inning to throw out Victoria Spooner at home plate to keep the game tied at 3.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN- The U.S. power grid is a vast network or substations, transformers, and power lines which branch out across the country, bringing electricity to the appliances and technological devices in our homes.
NORTH KINGSTOWNâ€”For Thomas Mulligan, North Kingstown is home.
From the moment he graduated from North Kingstown High School, Mulligan wanted to be a police officer on the North Kingstown Police Department, to serve his community the same way many of his family members and friends in law enforcement had.