Archive - Nov 2011 - Sports Article
Congratulations are in order for former North Kingstown High School basketball and baseball player Mark Medeiros.
The 21-year old has unofficially won the November "Streak for the Cash" on ESPN.com after making the most correct picks on various sporting events this month and because his streak was the biggest of the year, he is set to take home the $150,000 prize.
The University of Rhode Island men's basketball team continue its rough start to the season Wednesday night, falling to in-state rival Brown 65-56.
For the story on the game, pick up the 12.2 edition of The Narragansett Times.
It was a rough Tuesday night for the South Kingstown and Narragansett football teams as both squads saw their hopes at a Super Bowl title end in the semifinals.
The Rebels led Hendricken 7-0 after a Garrett O'Dowd punt return touchdown, but the Hawks took over and scored the next 42 points in a 42-14 win over SK in the Division I semifinals.
Narragansett outplayed Middletown most of the night, but a pair of fumbles that were returned for Islander touchdowns proved too much to overcome in a 38-22 loss in the Division III semifinals.
NORTH SCITUATE â€” â€śLetâ€™s dance.â€ť
Those two words can emphasize on having fun and feeling relaxed on a person or groupâ€™s free time.
PROVIDENCE â€” A lot of people around the Chariho area thought that this fall was going to be a rebuilding year for their high-school football team given what the Chargers had lost from the previous season.
NORTH SCITUATE â€” For the first mile of Sundayâ€™s Rhode Island state girls cross country race at Ponaganset Highâ€™s Cover Bridge 5,000-meter course, everything was going according to plan for South Kingstown senior Paige Ethier.
COVENTRY â€” Cumberlandâ€™s one quarter of domination was just enough to overcome Coventryâ€™s three quarters of solid play.