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ON CAMPUS: Dubee an All-Patriot pick

September 14, 2013

Nick Dubee is ready to have another standout season with the 1-1-2 Navy men’s soccer team. The senior from Carolina (Chariho) entered this season having played in 52 games with 37 starts for the Midshipmen. A defender, he’s started all four games this season. The team has given up five goals in four games.
“Nick’s biggest asset is the fact that he is extremely athletic,” coach Dave Brandt said. “He is one of the fastest and most powerful kids in the Patriot League.”

XC teams moving on after graduation losses

September 14, 2013

BURRILLVILLE – It is the inescapable fate of any good high school team.
There is inevitable roster turnover that comes at the end of each season with the loss of the graduating class. The boys and girls cross country teams at Chariho, however, did not lose just key pieces after last fall.
With the graduation of two of the best runners the school has ever seen in Jake Kilcoyne and Bryce Kelley – not to mention standouts on the girls side in Liz Hansen and Abby Dandurand – the Chargers come into 2013 with some major shoes to fill.

Chariho, EG tune up for season

September 14, 2013

SOUTH KINGSTOWN—As far as first rehearsals go, things went about as well as could be expected for the Chariho and East Greenwich football teams in their Injury Fund scrimmage at Curtis Corner Middle School Saturday.
Both squads left the 24-minute game – a 21-14 Avenger victory – feeling similarly, with plenty of room for improvement yet satisfied with the positives.

First rehearsal for SK, ’Gansett

September 14, 2013

SOUTH KINGSTOWN—For the South Kingstown football team Saturday’s Injury Fund contest with neighboring Narragansett was an opportunity to get back to the basics.
“We’ve been working hard all summer on the basics and we came out here and didn’t do anything too flashy, just ran our basic stuff and we need to harp on the things that can hurt you,” SK coach Eric Anderson said.
“Blown coverage, missing blocks, missing assignments, not being where you’re supposed to be, not being lined up correctly. Those are the things we’ll harp on Monday in film session.”

Rebels get first victory at Chariho's expense

September 14, 2013

WOOD RIVER JCT.—Good luck to the six girls volleyball teams stuck competing in Division I-South this season because they’re going to need it.
As expected, Coventry appears to again be the team to beat after getting off to a hot start with two straight three-set victories over South and North Kingstown, but the Oakers don’t look like the same team that flat out blew everyone out of the water at season’s end last fall.
Prout looks to have taken a step back but is still very competitive, Chariho will once again be tough and NK and SK have greatly improved from last season.

Rams hang tough, still fall to Stony Brook at Meade

September 14, 2013

KINGSTON—Generally speaking, there’s never much to feel good about after suffering a 24-0 loss.
Good wasn’t the word University of Rhode Island football coach Joe Trainer used to describe how he felt after his Rams’ loss to Stony Brook Saturday by that score, but the fifth-year URI coach did seem optimistic after watching his team play.
“That was a difficult loss against a very good football team,” Trainer said. “They beat our champion last year pretty good, they kicked their butts in the first round of the playoffs [in] Villanova and we knew we were going to have our hands full.

Mariners zap ’Bolts in opener

September 14, 2013

CRANSTON – It was a good start to the season for the Narragansett girls soccer team when they opened their 2013 schedule Friday at Cranston Stadium with a 5-3 win over Cranston East.
In the end, however, it may have been the lesson learned throughout the course of those 80 minutes, more so than victory, that proves to be the best building block for the Mariners to start on.

South Kingstown taking patient approach to season

September 5, 2013

EAST GREENWICH—Aside from maybe Moses Brown, you’d be hard pressed to find a tougher opponent to play in your Division I-South opener than the East Greenwich field hockey team.
The Avengers graduated just five seniors from last season’s D-I semifinalist squad and brought back two and three-year starters throughout the field.
That was the task charged to South Kingstown – a team still finding its way in its second year in D-I – Wednesday afternoon and the Rebels struggled against the more seasoned Avs in a 9-0 loss.

Mariners cruise to victory over Lions

September 5, 2013

NARRAGANSETT – So far, so good for the Narragansett girls tennis team.
There may not have been much for the Mariners to have gained or learned as they took on an inferior Lincoln team in their season opening match on Wednesday at Sprague Park, but the season still got itself off on the right foot as Narragansett did not drop a set en route to the 7-0 sweep of the Lions.
“It’s always good to get the first match going,” said Narragansett coach Peter Barlow. “Probably taking the long view, it’s better to have an easier one than a tough one. I always tell the girls, good first win.

SK rebounds from slow start vs. West

September 5, 2013

WAKEFIELD – The South Kingstown girls soccer team got its 2013 season started in the right way Wednesday night, taking on Cranston West in its season opener at Curtis Corner Middle School.
The Rebels started off slow, but picked up their game in the second half and came away with a 3-1 win.
“It’s nice to get a win. It’s always nice to get a win,” said South Kingstown coach Toby Gibbons. “Happy for the girls, we really played some good soccer in the second half. Took us a half to get comfortable, but that happens early in the season.”

 

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