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April 22nd, 2013
EAST GREENWICHâThere has been quite the tradition of girls lacrosse at East Greenwich High School of late.
After two straight trips to the Division I semifinals, the Avengers have become a force in the Rhode Island Interscholastic League.
Off to a perfect 4-0 start following Tuesday nightâs 20-11 win over South Kingstown, it appears as though there was a seamless transition from last year.
EAST GREENWICHâA number of times this season South Kingstown softball coach Joel Tuoni has mentioned his team has very little margin for error.
Against a team like two-time defending Division II champion East Greenwich that margin is significantly slimmer.
NARRAGANSETTâFinding its way in Division II was never going to be easy for the Narragansett boys lacrosse team.
After making it to the Division III Championship last season the Mariners moved up to D-II South in a subdivision that features last yearâs finals participants in East Greenwich and South Kingstown.
EAST GREENWICHâThe season had been going better than many expected for the East Greenwich High School boys volleyball team.
The Avengers were in second place in Divsion II-South and on pace to triple their win total from last season.
EAST GREENWICHâThe East Greenwich High School baseball team continues to roll through the early part of their 2013 schedule, running their record to a perfect 3-0 after defeating Toll Gate 6-4 Monday afternoon.
NARRAGANSETT â No matter how good the West Warwick baseball team is, the Wizards always find Narragansettâs Sprague Park a difficult place to play.
Whether itâs the cold breeze blowing off the Bay or simply the talented Mariners on the other side of the field, West Warwick usually makes the trek back up Route 4 with a defeat.
KINGSTONâThe Prout and Narragansett non-league softball game Wednesday might not have meant a great deal to some, but Prout put on an electrifying performance for the Crusader faithful.
Alicia Marcello was a huge contributor in the Crusaderâs victory.
SOUTH KINGSTOWNâWhen youâre a pitcher, sometimes there are days when youâre just feeling it.
Days when you warm up before the game and you know youâve got everything working.
Wednesday at Old Mountain Field was not one of those days for South Kingstown senior Jeremy Swan.
KINGSTONâAmidst national speculation he would be leaving the program after just one season, URI menâs basketball coach Dan Hurley put an end to all the rumors last Friday when he signed a two-year contract extension that will keep him in Kingston until 2020.
WARWICK â Coventry baseball coach Leo Bush knew there would be days like the one the Oakers experienced Tuesday afternoon at Mickey Stevens Field against Division I-South rival Toll Gate.