Archive - Nov 2010 - Sports Article
The South Kingstown girls field hockey beat Woonsocket 2-0 Tuesday and are scheduled to play this evening against Tiverton at Cranston Stadium at 6 p.m., but weather forecasts do not look good.
Check back to find out if the game will be played.
For more on the Rebels' win over the Novans, pick up the 11/5 edition of the Narragansett Times.
Hendricken maintains the top spot in the poll with last week's win over Portsmouth. Locally, Chariho remains put at No. 10 while Exeter-West Greenwich moves up to No. 13.
For the full poll, pick up this week's paper.
Team Points Last week
1. Hendricken (11) 220 1
2. Barrington 203 3
3. Portsmouth 199 2
t-4. East Providence 183 4
t-4. La Salle 183 5
6. Woonsocket 157 t-6
7. Tolman 156 t-6
8. Rogers 137 9
9. Cranston West 128 8
10. Chariho 126 10
11. Ex.-West Greenwich 90 13
12. Cranston East 70 15
13. St. Raphael 67 20
t-14. Johnston 65 11
t-14. Moses Brown 65 12
The Chariho boys soccer team needed penalty kicks to leave Cumberland with a win Monday night, advancing from the preliminary round and into the Division I playoffs, where the Chargers will play at Barrington Wednesday night.
For more on Monday's dramatic win over Cumberland, pick up the 11/4 edition of the Chariho Times and check back to www.ricentral.com for updates on Chariho's game Wednesday night.
The North Kingstown girls field hockey saw its solid season come to an end Monday with a 2-0 loss to Moses Brown in the Division I field hockey quarterfinals.
For more on the game, pick up the 11/4 edition of the Standard-Times.