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April 4th, 2013
The season may have just begun for the Narragansett boys outdoor track team but so far coach Brian McNeice likes what heâs seen from his team.
âWe have a really, really good attitude this year,â he said by phone Monday night. âIâm really excited about it.
GAUVIN MAKING HER PRESENCE FELT
Samantha Gauvin is finally getting her chance and sheâs making the most of it.
Gauvin, from Coventry (The Prout School), has been a role player for the Ursiline softball team the past three seasons but this year, sheâs become a starter for the Arrows, from Pepper Pike, OH. Sheâs starting at catcher and is hitting .222 (6-for-27) with a double, three RBI and five runs scored. Behind the plate, sheâs made just two errors on 57 chances (.965).
For most teams there is usually one game that it looks forward to all season; the rivalry contest against a neighboring school.
That is not the case for the Prout boys lacrosse team; this season the Crusadersâ will have six.
As a result of realignment Prout will compete in a somewhat new looking Division II-South that features neighbors East Greenwich, Narragansett and South Kingstown, as well as Aquidneck Island foe Middletown.
East Greenwich is the defending Division II softball champions after defeating West Warwick in the finals last season.
Pilgrim eliminated Exeter-West Greenwich from the second round of the consolation bracket before falling to the Wizards in the next round.
NARRAGANSETT â With the newly realigned Rhode Island Interscholastic League divisions, the 2013 boys lacrosse season kicked off with 2012 Division II runner-up South Kingstown taking on last seasonâs Division III runner-up Narragansett. The neighbors are now division foes in what should hopefully be a competitive D-II rivalry for a few years to come.
NARRAGANSETTâLast season the Narragansett softball team went winless in Division II and more often than not couldnât hang with their competition.
Now in Division III, the Mariners might be on the polar opposite end of the spectrum.
COVENTRY â If youâre planning on going to a Coventry baseball game this season you might want to bring a roster because nearly every starter from last seasonâs team has graduated.
For the first time in two decades the Oakers reached the Division I semifinals where they lost a pair of one-run games to eventual state champion Hendricken, but All-State pitchers Matt Laferriere and Cote Nichols along with talented players Alex Zannella, Blake Rapecis, Troy Fredette and Brandon Sullivan have moved on.