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September 13th, 2013

Progress slow for EWG girls team as it rebuilds

September 14, 2013

BURRILLVILLE – There are strength in numbers, as the old saying goes, and those numbers, or perhaps lack thereof, will be the most intriguing subplot of the 2013 season for the Exeter-West Greenwich girls cross country team.
Following a brief hiatus, the team that almost wasn’t returns to action this fall with a fully rebuilt roster and a recently appointed coach at the helm as the Scarlet Knight girls look to reestablish themselves as part of a rebuilding program that has seen just five wins combined by either gender in the last three seasons.

NK dropped by Oakers in three

September 14, 2013

NORTH KINGSTOWN — If the Coventry volleyball team wasn’t sure there was a target on its back following last year’s state title, the Oakers found out Monday night in a Division I-South showdown with long-time rival North Kingstown.
The Skippers, who were coming off a big win over Prout to start the season, used the energy of their home crowd to take the first game to the Oakers and grab leads of 21-19 and 25-24.

Cautious optimism for North

September 14, 2013

NORTH KINGSTOWN – The North Kingstown girl tennis team has seen mixed results in recent years.
From 2008-2010, the Skippers combined for just eight wins, finishing last in their division in two of those three seasons.
In 2011, behind state individual champion Hannah Zangari, the team went 9-4, finishing second in Division I-South. Last year, they took a step back, posting a 5-7 record to finish fifth in the newly restructured Division I Met-A.

Skippers open fall with win over Prout

September 14, 2013

WAKEFIELD—In a team sport like girls soccer, one player generally can’t make the difference between winning and losing.
That being said, Prout certainly could have used the services of middle defender and senior captain Maddie Hagerty for the final 30 minutes of last Thursday’s 1-0 loss to North Kingstown.

NK impressive in non-league game

September 14, 2013

SOUTH KINGSTOWN—It was just one half of football in an Injury Fund setting.
A game that most coaches openly admit means nothing when it comes to the regular season and how good a team really is.
But man, was it impressive.
North Kingstown – the same team that spent three years toiling in winless obscurity before having a slight resurgence last season – physically outmatched Westerly Saturday in a 21-13 Skipper victory at Curtis Corner Middle School.

Knights get little out of Injury Fund

September 14, 2013

CRANSTON — The Injury Fund is supposed to be a building block for football teams.
The two-quarter exhibition should give coaches a better idea of who’s been practicing well for the first three weeks of training camp and who needs a little more work on their conditioning or technique with the regular season about to commence
To that end, Cranston West, Cranston East, West, Warwick and Coventry all found out a little more about themselves Saturday at Cranston Stadium. The only team to walk away from the Injury Fund not exactly sure what they have is Exeter-West Greenwich.

Avs had Quakers reeling in 2nd half

September 14, 2013

EAST GREENWICH—Could the East Greenwich field hockey team hang with defending Division I Champion Moses Brown?
That was the question the Avengers sought to answer Tuesday night as they hosted the Quakers and that answer as the Avs walked off Nick Carcieri Field was a resounding yes.
“They’re the state champs so that’s how you measure yourself,” EG coach Deb McMullen said. “It was good to see that we were right there and have a chance to go far.”


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