April 22nd, 2013
EAST GREENWICHâ€”The season had been going better than many expected for the East Greenwich High School boys volleyball team.
The Avengers were in second place in Divsion II-South and on pace to triple their win total from last season.
EAST GREENWICHâ€”The East Greenwich High School baseball team continues to roll through the early part of their 2013 schedule, running their record to a perfect 3-0 after defeating Toll Gate 6-4 Monday afternoon.
NARRAGANSETT â€” No matter how good the West Warwick baseball team is, the Wizards always find Narragansettâ€™s Sprague Park a difficult place to play.
Whether itâ€™s the cold breeze blowing off the Bay or simply the talented Mariners on the other side of the field, West Warwick usually makes the trek back up Route 4 with a defeat.
KINGSTONâ€”The Prout and Narragansett non-league softball game Wednesday might not have meant a great deal to some, but Prout put on an electrifying performance for the Crusader faithful.
Alicia Marcello was a huge contributor in the Crusaderâ€™s victory.
SOUTH KINGSTOWNâ€”When youâ€™re a pitcher, sometimes there are days when youâ€™re just feeling it.
Days when you warm up before the game and you know youâ€™ve got everything working.
Wednesday at Old Mountain Field was not one of those days for South Kingstown senior Jeremy Swan.
KINGSTONâ€”Amidst national speculation he would be leaving the program after just one season, URI menâ€™s basketball coach Dan Hurley put an end to all the rumors last Friday when he signed a two-year contract extension that will keep him in Kingston until 2020.
WARWICK â€” Coventry baseball coach Leo Bush knew there would be days like the one the Oakers experienced Tuesday afternoon at Mickey Stevens Field against Division I-South rival Toll Gate.