Archive - Oct 20, 2013
PAWTUCKET â€“ Over the course of a season, a team can become like family.
Sometimes nuclear, sometimes extended, but when a group of individuals come together for an extended period of time, giving everything they have for each other, working towards a common goal, it is easy for lasting bonds to be forged.
SOUTH KINGSTOWNâ€”Wins have been hard to come by this year for the Chariho girls volleyball team.
With just three on the season, the Chargers found themselves on the opposite end of the Division I-South standings as they traveled to face third place South Kingstown Tuesday night.
It was an upset in the making that fell just three points short as South Kingstown escaped with the 25-17, 25-18, 19-25, 22-25, 15-12 win.
WOOD RIVER JCT.â€”Quarterback Jesse Sedoma ran in three touchdowns and threw for another, helping Warwick Veterans overcome deficits and penalties to topple Chariho 26-14 in a hard-fought, back-and-forth Division II-A contest Friday night.
The Chargers came into the matchup 1-3 overall but had lost three straight division games.
After beating D-III Narragansett to start the season, they lost 32-0 to Coventry on Sept. 20, 32-6 to Westerly the next week and 24-8 to Mount Hope on Oct. 4.
WOOD RIVER JCT.â€”If Chariho field hockey coach Johannah LaFountain had one game sheâ€™d want back from the start of her teamâ€™s season it was a 1-1 draw in the teamâ€™s opener at Warwick Veterans.
Tuesday the Chargers edged out a 1-0 victory over the Hurricanes and while it didnâ€™t retroactively add those two points lost earlier this fall, it was nonetheless a critical win in the teamâ€™s push for a playoff spot.
WOOD RIVER JCT.â€”The last undefeated team in Division III has finally fallen.
The Chariho girls soccer team opened league play with 10 straight victories but Friday the Chargers suffered their first setback, a 1-0 loss at Moses Brown.
â€śI think it was kind of eye opening for them,â€ť Chariho coach Brittney Godbout said by phone Tuesday night. â€śThere were tears a bit of a shock but they came out this week and they realized that they can lose.â€ť
NARRAGANSETT â€” When youâ€™re a squad competing for a playoff spot like the Narragansett girls soccer team, losing a game down the stretch of the regular season stings.
Losing your best offensive player and one the stateâ€™s best goal scorers, however, can be catastrophic.
The Mariners (4-4-1 Division II) dropped a 5-2 decision to Warwick Vets (8-2-0 D-II) Friday but more painful than the defeat was the loss of junior striker Chelsea Sahagain, who left the game just before halftime after colliding with a Vets player and did not return.
WEST GREENWICH â€” It went down to the wire as the Exeter-West Greenwich boys soccer team hosted Prout last Friday.
The Knights gave the Crusaders fits all afternoon and it took nearly every single one of the gameâ€™s 90 minutes to decide the outcome, but ultimately Prout came away with the 2-1 win.