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Oakers earn road tie, still in search of Division II playoff bye

October 25, 2013

WESTERLY — If the Coventry boys soccer team is going to earn a bye into the Division II quarterfinals, the Oakers are going to have to work for it.
Coventry entered last week’s road game against Providence Country Day in prime position to earn a bye with three road games left to finish the season.

Oakers dominate

October 25, 2013

COVENTRY—For the first 20 seconds it appeared as if the Pilgrim football team would have a shot of hanging with Coventry Friday night.
Just 47 seconds later, the Oakers put the lowly Patriots in their place as Michael Nolan’s 44-yard touchdown run opened the flood gates on a 40-6 Coventry victory.

Midfield has been Chariho’s strength

October 25, 2013

WOOD RIVER JCT.—At the beginning of the season Chariho field hockey coach Johannah LaFountain feared her team may be in store for a building year.
“Everybody thought – including myself – we were going to be in for a building year,” LaFountain said. “I’m just so, so proud of them.”

Chargers rebounded from draw with NP

October 25, 2013

WEST WARWICK—To put it simply, the more physical team won the de-facto Division III-A girls soccer title game Friday afternoon.

Reloading year for field hockey

October 25, 2013

WOOD RIVER JCT.—At the beginning of the season Chariho field hockey coach Johannah LaFountain feared her team may be in store for a building year.
“Everybody thought – including myself – we were going to be in for a building year,” LaFountain said. “I’m just so, so proud of them.”

Chariho secures Div. III-A title

October 25, 2013

WEST WARWICK—To put it simply, the more physical team won the de-facto Division III-A girls soccer title game Friday afternoon.
Chariho, which was coming off a bad run of recent results following an undefeated start to the season, pushed and moved West Warwick around the field to secure the division title just three seasons after winning just one game.

Rethinking business model for public institutions

October 25, 2013

KINGSTON – Why is public higher education important? What will it look like in the future?
Those were some of the questions David A. Bergeron, vice president for postsecondary education at the Center for American Progress and former acting assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of Education, discussed Tuesday in his lecture, which was part of the University of Rhode Island’s Fall 2013 Honors Colloquium.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

 

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