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April 12th, 2013
Winning has become something of a regularity for the East Greenwich High School boys lacrosse team of late. The team did not lose a single game last season en route to a 13-0 record and their second consecutive Rhode Island Interscholastic League Division II title.
Not to be discouraged coming off a 3-13 season in 2012, the East Greenwich Avengers boys volleyball team takes the court in 2013 with a positive outlook on what the season may hold.
The East Greenwich Avengers baseball team opened their 2013 schedule on a high note, looking to build upon last yearâ€™s success, as they defeated the Middletown High Blue Dragons, 1-0, at home in Monday afternoonâ€™s season opener.
If the North Kingstown and East Greenwich girls lacrosse teams are going to play every game like they did Friday when the two squads faced off then it should be a great season for area lax.
While some may view it as a failure when a team is unable to convert on winning back-to-back championships, when they fell in the Rhode Island Interscholastic League Division II title match last spring, it was a sign of things to come for a promising East Greenwich High School boys tennis team.
It was a great weekend for the URI baseball team as they took the series 2-1 against the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
The Rams breezed by the Minutemen 9-2 in the first game this past Friday.
UMass took an early lead when it scored on an RBI double in the top of the second but the visitors advantage didnâ€™t make it through the inning.
Over the past six years no one has done more for the South Kingstown High girls lacrosse team than Jeff Feaster.
When the program began in 2007 Feaster was an assistant under Medelise Reifsteck and in 2008 he took over as head coach.
The closest thing he had to experience coaching lacrosse was watching his daughter play for the local lacrosse club.
After last yearâ€™s successes, the South Kingstown High baseball team opened their 2013 season with a lot of promise as they took to the field for their opener on Monday in Portsmouth.
Only one team stood between the Narragansett High baseball team and a berth to the Final Four of the Division II Tournament last season; Woonsocket.
Some coaches may be taken aback by five straight losses in the championship.
Spend the entire winter wondering how they can come so close, so often, but never reach the top of the mountain.