Archive - Sep 10, 2011 - Sports Article
By ERIC RUEB
CRANSTON â€“ All the West Warwick football team needed Friday night was four good quarters; the result on the scoreboard meant less than how the team played in their season-opening, non-league game against Division Iâ€™s Cranston East.
The Wizards got both.
After going 3-7 last season, West Warwick was out to prove it is a much improved team; Friday against Cranston East, the Wizards were clearly the better team as their defense took the Thunderboltsâ€™ running game completely out of the books and the offense played smart football in a 33-14 win.