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November 7th

Bellows leads Oakers to New Englands

November 7, 2013

NORTH SCITUATE — Throughout the 2013 season the Coventry girls cross country team has battled adversity.
Down two of their top five runners in Jess Bellow and Courtney Grant, the Oakers didn’t make excuses when it came to race day and each time put their best foot forward.
“It’s definitely been tough mentally,” junior Allison Bellows said. “Training this season our team has had a lot of injured girls go out but we also have a lot of girls that have stepped up this season and that’s been pretty exciting to watch.”

Emotional end for Avengers

November 7, 2013

CRANSTON – On paper it was though they were two teams that could not have been more evenly matched.
Just one point separated the East Greenwich High School field hockey team from Moses Brown in the standings, the only difference EG’s loss to Barrington to MB’s tie. The Avs had the best offense in Division I and the second ranked defense, the Quakers third and first, respectively. Both of their games during the regular season ended as 1-1 draws.

Strong showing for EG at states

November 7, 2013

NORTH SCITUATE—Make them earn it.
It was the mantra for the East Greenwich boys cross country team Sunday for the RI State Championships as the Avengers were fully aware of the depth and talent of both Hendricken and La Salle.
Just because the Hawks and Rams were heavily favored to duke it out for the state title Sunday didn’t mean EG was going to roll out the red carpet for the two teams though as the Avs put up a strong fight at Ponaganset High School’s Covered Bridge Trail.

Window closing on East

November 7, 2013

EAST GREENWICH—The playoff window for the East Greenwich football team hasn’t shut but the number of options for getting into the playoffs was limited by Friday night’s 24-20 loss to Classical.
A win wouldn’t have guaranteed the Avengers a spot but from here on out with game’s against three teams – Middletown, Burrillville and Narragansett – each in playoff contention, victories are all but necessary.
“We can’t afford to lose again,” East Greenwich coach John George said, “or we’ll be out.”

Spikers advance to semis

November 7, 2013

PAWTUCKET—The East Greenwich girls volleyball team will be returning to the University of Rhode Island’s Keaney Gymnasium this fall.
After opening the Division II playoff with a convincing sweep of Tiverton, the Avengers punched their ticket to URI with a 25-15, 25-18, 25-20 victory over Tolman on Tuesday.
“They came out strong tonight,” EG coach Terri Garno said. “The first two sets we were up probably eight to 10 points from the get go.”
After convincingly taking the first two games, the Avengers ran into a bit of trouble in the third as the Tigers built a 16-10 lead.

Avs find scoring touch in quarters

November 7, 2013

EAST GREENWICH—So far, it’s been nearly all chalk in the Division I Girls Soccer Tournament.
Aside from No. 10 Cumberland beating No. 7 Kingstown in the opening round, every higher seed has held in D-I and Sunday No. 3 seed East Greenwich added itself as the last name to that list.
Senior Sarah Beaulieu’s goal in the final 10 minutes made the difference as the Avengers held off a pesky Smithfield squad for a 2-1 win to advance to the D-I semifinals.

EG falls short of upset vs. Lincoln

November 7, 2013

LINCOLN—Facing a top-seeded team is never an easy task but the East Greenwich boys soccer team was smelling an upset Saturday night against Lincoln in the quarterfinals of the Division II playoffs.
After beating defending-champ Classical four days prior in a shootout the Avengers once again found themselves in the same sudden-death situation against the Lions but this time it did not go in EG’s favor as Lincoln survived for a 2-1 victory.
“We got unlucky I guess,” East Greenwich senior Pat Lavan said.


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