KINGSTON â€“ You do not play good basketball in every game during a season. Itâ€™s a statistical improbability. The best teams in the country, even those in the past that have gone undefeated, donâ€™t do it. The game is a grind, almost as if by design, and while no one is happy with poor play, you deal with it because you have no other choice.
WEST WARWICK â€“ The programâ€™s reputation has been built on its offensive prowess.
Thursday night the West Warwick girls basketball team showed it can play a little on the other side of the court as well.
After falling down early, coach Mike Francois unleashed a press on East Greenwich that threw its offense out of sorts as the Wizardsâ€™ defense frustrated the Avengers all night, which saved the game because the offense struggled to make anything from anywhere in a 45-38 win in their Division II opener.
By ANGELENA CHAPMAN
Special to the Standard
WEST GREENWICHâ€”The organizational meeting of the Exeter-West Greenwich School Committee resulted in no changes last Wednesday evening.
The election of the school committeeâ€™s chair, vice chair, clerk and choosing who would represent the committee on the Rhode Island Association of School Committees (RIASC) ended with the members already in those positions still in place.
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