Archive - 2010 - Sports Article
The two best field hockey teams in Division I-B - and maybe in the state - meet up Tuesday for a rivalry game.
North comes into Tuesday night's game needing to gain a mental edge on rival East Greenwich while the Avengers want to show they're the best team in the state - and right now, it's tough to argue with them.
The game begins at Tuesday at 7 p.m. at East Greenwich High School.
For a full report and photos from the game, pick up the 10/28 edition of the East Greenwich Pendulum or North Kingstown Standard-Times.
The field hockey season is quickly coming to an end and Chariho is doing everything it can to keep its postseason hopes alive.
The Chargers will need a win Monday when it travels to play Cranston East to clinch a spot in the postseason; if not, it will need to win Wednesday against Woonsocket.
To find out how the Chargers fared, pick up the 10/28 edition of the Chariho Times.
After cruising through the opening four rounds of the Girls Tennis Singles Championship Tournament (for full story, see the 10/21 edition of the Standard-Times), North Kingstown's Hannah Zangari will play for the title Sunday at noon at Slater Park in Pawtucket against defending champion Rebecca Curran of Bay View.
For a full report on the match, pick up the 10/28 edition of the Standard-Times.
The Narragansett football team is trying to get into the Division III playoffs and will need a win over No. 20 Lincoln Saturday to help their cause.
For full coverage from the game, check out the 10/27 edition of the Narragansett Times.