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April 12th, 2013
Where some see struggle and turmoil, head coach Kristen Need sees positivity and hope as her Prout girls lacrosse team embarks on their 2013 schedule.
It has been a rough go for the Crusaders since they made the jump to Division I prior to the 2011 season.
NARRAGANSETTâ€”The Narragansett boys Tennis team is only three matches into the season and it sounds like they are ready to handle anything that comes their way.
The Cranston West boys tennis team didnâ€™t lose a single match last season and finished a perfect 18-0 en route to the Division II Championship.
During the Falconsâ€™ run only one team â€“ Prout â€“ seriously threatened to upend Westâ€™s run as the No. 5 seed Crusadersâ€™ were one point away from shocking the odd-on favorites in the D-II Semifinals.
Two games and Two wins so far this spring for the Narragansett girls lacrosse team, setting the tone for what is hopefully a strong season for the Mariners.
The 2012 campaign did not end as many Mariner fans had hoped but this season the team is looking to take the next step.
Much like the Mount St. Charles hockey teams of the 1980s and â€™90s, South Kingstown boys tennis has become synonymous with winning in the state of Rhode Island.
With 14-straight state titles, the longest such streak by any public school in the state in any sport, this millennium has belonged to Rebel tennis.
COVENTRY â€” Defending state volleyball champion South Kingstown and the team the Rebels beat in last yearâ€™s Division I semifinals, Coventry, both graduated a number of talented players and All-Staters.
WARWICK â€” The rest of Division I might not know much about Coventry seniors Aaron Guenet and Justin Jadach, but as the Pilgrim baseball team found out in Mondayâ€™s season opener, the Oaker duo is a pretty formidable mound combination.
COVENTRY â€” The inexperienced Coventry baseball team canâ€™t afford to give away runs this season, but thatâ€™s exactly what happened in the teamâ€™s Division I-South home opener against Barrington Wednesday afternoon.
WESTERLYâ€”Once upon a time the Chariho girls lacrosse team looked like the boys team.
A collection of athletes who grew up playing the more conventional sports â€“ soccer, basketball or softball â€“ that were looking to translate their success in one sport to another.
WOOD RIVER JCT.â€”For the fledgling Chariho boys lacrosse team the measuring stick for the rest of the season has been established.
Monday the Chargers played their first regular season game in program history, a 10-2 loss to Westerly.