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Ross takes home silver in 1,500 at A-10 meet

May 8, 2014

La Salle junior Nick Ross of East Greenwich (East Greenwich High) finished second in the 1,500 meter run at last weekend’s Atlantic-10 Outdoor Track Championships in Amherst, Mass. His time was 3:52.89. He also the third leg on the 4x800 relay which finished first in a time of 7:36.99. It was the fifth straight time that the 4x800 came away a winner in the A-10 meet.

Ross and his teammates return to action at the Swarthmore Last Chance meet Monday in Swarthmore, Pa.

EG spikers model of perfection

May 8, 2014

EAST GREENWICH -- There's another undefeated team ruling the court at East Greenwich High School.

But this time, it isn't involving basketball.

The boys volleyball team (Division II-South) is sitting atop the division at 12-0 and doesn't plan to stop there.

"[Our success] is based on experience," said EG coach Theresa Garno. "I have a lot of kids with experience, four seniors who have all played varsity, my setter [junior Stanley Chan] is returning, my libero [senior Paul Anderson] is returning. I have two really solid middles, [senior captain John Condon and senior Sam McLimans], which is great because we are able to predicate our offense on our middle which is what we do."

Local coach sets winning example

May 8, 2014

PAWTUCKET — If student track athletes in the Chariho district need some inspiration, they need look no further than the assistant coach of the girls’ varsity team. Katie Moulton, of Providence, made perfect use of a beautiful Sunday morning this past weekend by winning as the first female finisher in the half marathon of the 2014 Navigant Credit Union Running Festival. Moulton, 31, not only placed first for the women, but fifth overall out of 529 participants in the half marathon. With an average mile pace of 6:21, Moulton competed the race in 1:21:20, roughly nine minutes after her husband, Patrick, who came in first for the men and in the event overall. Patrick Moulton’s final time was 1:12:21 with an average mile pace of 5:31.

Double loss against Coventry and ’Gansett

May 8, 2014

NARRAGANSETT — It wasn’t Chariho’s day at the Point Judith Country Club golf course on Tuesday. The Chargers went into the rescheduled double dual with Coventry and Narragansett with some black clouds looming overhead, both literal and figurative. Not only was there a little rain to accompany some rather strong winds, but the Chariho golf team was forced to play despite the absence of a key member, their number two player.

Senior Sam Martel, ranked second for the Chargers, sustained a knee injury worthy of a hospital visit earlier that afternoon and was unable to play as they had planned. In for Martel with little warning was freshman Jake Berube who played sixth for the team on Tuesday.

One run loss to Wizards

May 8, 2014

WEST WARWICK — For the last three seasons West Warwick softball coach Brian Palazzo was told Cara Genest was going to come out and play for the team, but every time tryouts started Palazzo was disappointed to find out the multi-sport athlete wasn’t there.

So, when Palazzo heard Genest, who ran track last season after playing AAU basketball as a freshman and sophomore, was going to play in her senior season, he was skeptical.

Rivalry matchup goes south for Rebels

May 7, 2014

NORTH KINGSTOWN– When two rival teams meet, especially if their schools are separated by less than fifteen miles, there’s usually tension and emotions could flare. On a beautiful Saturday afternoon, South Kingstown visited North Kingstown not just for the win, but bragging rights for the weekend.

The North Kingstown bats removed any drama from the game as the Skippers (10-1) scored three runs in the fourth and two more in the sixth while on their way to a 9-3 victory. Senior captain Tyler Lamarre was crushing the ball all day, as he went 3-4 with three RBI’s including a solo homer in the fifth inning. Senior pitcher Nicholas Mongeon was sensational on the hill, pounding the strike zone all day. Through five innings, he only surrendered two runs and struck out seven batters. It was a great game for Lamarre and Mongeon, who appear to be great prospects for Stonehill College next season. Despite the struggles for the Rebels offensively, Brian Douglas had two hits for the South Kingstown as they were able to score some runs late in the game. South Kingstown missed some opportunities with runners on base, stranding five runners during the game.

Crusaders uncharacteristic against Chariho

May 7, 2014

WAKEFIELD — No amount of crowd enthusiasm could keep Prout from unraveling like a spool of thread on Saturday. The Crusaders baseball team was pinned by Chariho early on and they were not able to come back from a crucial first inning deficit.

“Everything went wrong for us,” Crusaders’ coach Mike LaBarbera said after the loss. “We didn’t do a thing right today. I can’t say we weren’t ready to play, I feel like every time a team takes to the field they’re ready, but we just didn’t do anything right.”

Early lead not enough

May 7, 2014

WEST WARWICK — It started out as a basketball game but ended as a baseball game thanks to West Warwick reliever Matt Grenier.

Visiting Narragansett notched eight runs in the first three innings against starter Tommy Doran and reliever Matt Hopper before Grenier entered the game in the fourth inning and proceeded to allow just one unearned run on just two hits in four innings.

The Wizards, who had 10-runned their last two opponents at McCarthy Field, matched the Mariners run for run early in the game and just kept scoring. Junior shortstop Ray Zincone had three hits and two runs scored, while junior Kody Greenhalgh had two hits, an inside-the-park home run and three runs scored in a 13-9 Division II-South win.

South volleyball able to eke out a win at home

May 7, 2014

SOUTH KINGSTOWN — It’s true that a win is a win, but when that win could just as easily have been a loss, it’s enough to make a varsity team and its coach rather unsettled.

In what should have been a routine win over Cranston East last Friday, the Rebels controlled the first two games and then slid steadily backwards in games three and four.

Rain puts a damper on this week’s sporting events

May 1, 2014

As monsoon-like weather passed through the region this week, a number of sporting events for local schools and organizations were canceled. The skies will clear this weekend, and the shows will go on. Here is an overview of dates and times for the next game which you may want to catch:

Friday, May 2
Girls Lacrosse - East Providence at Narragansett, 3:45 p.m.

Baseball - Narragansett at Chariho, 4 p.m.

Softball - Prout at Ponaganset at 4 p.m.

 

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