Archive - Oct 31, 2013 - Sports Article
EAST GREENWICHâThe unlikely ride for the Chariho field hockey team came to an end Wednesday at East Greenwichâs Carcieri Field.
The Chargers hung tough early against No. 2 seed La Salle but ultimately couldnât get anything going offensively against the Ramsâ defense in a 2-0 defeat.
âThe first 20 minutes of the game I felt like we dominated,â Chariho coach Johannah LaFountain said. âI thought our strategy was working and then I felt like they put some pressure on, made some changes and just kind of everything fell apart from there.â
PROVIDENCEâThe East Greenwich boys soccer team advanced to the semifinals of the Division II tournament thanks to a thrilling 1-0 shootout victory at Classical Tuesday night.
According to Avenger coach Pat McGuirl EG had a goal called back in the fifth minute of the game and from there neither team could get on the scoreboard.
After the overtime sessions the two teams went into the shootout where goalkeeper Nolan Cooney made two saves and freshman Brendan Jordanâs score â the seventh attempted by EG â secured the victory.
CRANSTON â The 2013 season came to an emotional and disappointing end for the East Greenwich High School field hockey team on Wednesday night when they dropped a 1-0 decision to Moses Brown in the RIIL Division I semifinals at Cranston Stadium.
WEST GREENWICHâThere will be a new champion of Division III boys soccer this season.
Exeter-West Greenwich knew it would be in for a tough time this fall with only senior captains Jack Livsey and Joe Micelli returning from last yearâs unbeaten championship team yet the Knights persevered en route to a 9-5-1 record in the regular season.
Unfortunately for Exeter â the No. 6 seed in the tournament â it ran into a tough Davies squad in the opening round and the Patriots handed the Knights a 2-1 loss.