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SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Six minutes away from pulling off their biggest win of the year, head coach Chris Daigneault could only watch with bated breath from the sidelines as his Oakers appeared on the verge of securing a spot for themselves in the Division I semifinals. Facing off against South Ki…

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COVENTRY - The Oakers’ 34-24 home loss to Burrillville on Saturday afternoon could be attributed, in part to team’s decision to settle for a field goal at a critical juncture in the game as they sought to pull off the upset against the undefeated Broncos.

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COVENTRY - All season long, Coventry girls volleyball head coach Jill Krebs has been searching for consistency among her team, beginning with, but not limited to, a dependable starting lineup.

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NORTH KINGSTOWN - They faced one another just two weeks ago in what would come to serve as a preview of a quarterfinal matchup in Division III tennis. On October 7, Pilgrim escaped Coventry with a 4-3 win, improving to 10-1 on the year at the time with just three matches left to be played be…

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The various Little League District All-Star Tournaments will begin in earnest this weekend. See below for this weekends schedule and be sure to check out all of the RI Central papers next week for full coverage of the games.

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EAST GREENWICH – East Greenwich’s football coaches had to review and reorder most of their skill positions over the offseason, and head coach John George’s concerns were assuaged after Friday night’s 35-6 home-opening non-league win over Coventry.

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WEST WARWICK –– A local man was arrested for driving while intoxicated Wednesday for the second time in less than two weeks, according to the Glocester Police Department.

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COVENTRY- As far as dominant performances go, the Coventry 12-year-old All Stars were deserving of an A-plus score in that category following their 12-0 win over Chariho, early Sunday evening at Wood St. 

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WARWICK- Four hits were all the Coventry 12-year old All Stars were able to muster from an offensive standpoint on Friday night, as they saw their season come to a close following a hard fought 1-0 defeat against Warwick North.

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COVENTRY – Sophomore Charlie Ruth scored twice for Narragansett, but Coventry’s boys lacrosse team won big over the Mariners in their senior game on Friday afternoon.

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NORTH KINGSTOWN- As far as celebrations go, the one the Coventry golf team displayed on Tuesday afternoon was anything but ecstatic. A few fist bumps combined with a few brief embraces among teammates put a modest touch on an otherwise historic achievement.

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COVENTRY- One moment they were cold, the next they were hot. In a match that saw both sides surge and falter, it would be Coventry prevailing in the end by a 3-2 final (17-25, 25-21, 25-9, 24-26, 15-12) on Monday night against visiting Chariho at C. Arthur Flori Gymnasium.

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COVENTRY- For Liz Kenney, the chance to start in net for the Coventry girls soccer team was one she had been working towards her entire athletic career. Now in her senior year, the co-captain had finally earned the role as starting goalkeeper on the varsity soccer team only to have those dre…

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PROVIDENCE- Few expected that the Coventry girls volleyball team would be playing for a Division I state title against North Kingstown on Saturday night at Rhode Island College, but a 3-2 comeback against Barrington two nights earlier in the semis guaranteed that very scenario.

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COVENTRY- For Jess DaBreo, success on the softball field goes beyond that of her own personal development. During her freshman season in 2015, the year the Oakers last won a state title, DaBreo, the team’s catcher spent countless hours both during and after practice  working with her battery…

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COVENTRY- Though their record ended at an average 7-6-2, the Coventry boys soccer team was not prepared to have their season come to such an abrupt end as it did following a 2-1 overtime loss against Hope High School in the preliminary round of the D-II playoffs.

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BRISTOL- The Coventry girls soccer team found themselves back in Bristol just a couple of weeks after enduring a 2-1 loss to the Mt. Hope Huskies in the latter stages of the regular season. The setting was the same on Saturday night, but the stakes were much higher, with a trip to the D-I se…