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March 22nd, 2013

Sankey played in grandfather's honor

March 22, 2013

Troy Sankey was going to sit out the biggest hockey game of his life.
The Exeter-West Greenwich senior scored a goal and had two assists Saturday afternoon to help the West Warwick /Exeter-West Greenwich co-op hockey team move to within one victory of the Division III title.

WW/EWG Finishes off sweep of Tigers

March 22, 2013

The No. 3 Tolman hockey team played a perfect two periods for the second straight game in the Division III title series, but the Tigers couldn’t stop No. 1 West Warwick/Exeter-West Greenwich’s perfect season.

Tolman tested Knight-Wizards

March 22, 2013

For 38 minutes Tolman goalie Jared DaSilva and the rest of the No. 3 Tigers found a way to frustrate the state’s leading scorer, West Warwick/Exeter-West Greenwich senior forward Antonio Rei, in Game One of the Division III championship series at Meehan Auditorium Saturday afternoon.

Eckles enjoyed time as All-Star

March 22, 2013

Brandon Eckles was more than grateful to be selected as one of the 48 best players in the state and compete in the Rhode Island Coaches Association All-Star games last Wednesday at Rhode Island College.
At the same time though the whole thing felt just a little bit off and it’s easy to see why.

Girls lacrosse team has a new mentor

March 22, 2013

This past winter East Greenwich saw a significant amount of turnover amongst its head coaches.
Matt Records – who prior to the move was the head coach of the girls basketball team – took over the boys basketball team for Craig MacKenzie and Records’ former assistant coach – Tori Ahrens – took his place.

EG High named R.I.'s top sports school

March 22, 2013

Calling 2012 a good year for East Greenwich High School athletics would be an understatement.
It was a great year and now the school has the hardware to prove it.

Prout ran out of time in game one

March 22, 2013

Top-seeded Lincoln slipped past the No. 2 Prout 3-2 Thursday night at Brown Universities George V. Meehan Auditorium.
With a late flurry the Crusaders (15-5-0, 14-4-0 Division II Central) closed a 3-1 deficit, coming up just short against the Lions (19-0-1, 17-0-1 Division II North) as time ran out in game one of the Division II Boy’s Ice Hockey Championship.

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