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NORTH KINGSTOWN – The season was over. The Avengers had had another great run through Division II – winning  14 league contests in the regular season – but facing a 21-14 deficit to Burrillville in the fourth set, there was simply no way EG could rally back to win the semifinal match. Except…

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EAST GREENWICH - Last weekend the undefeated East Greenwich Avengers took on the Middletown Islanders in their first game of the 2019 postseason. In what could have been the coldest game of the year at twenty-eight degrees at kickoff, the Avengers withstood the freezing temperatures and prev…

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EAST GREENWICH - The outcome following Friday night’s showdown between a rebuilding West Warwick group and a veteran squad from East Greenwich came as a surprise to no one. 

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SMITHFIELD – It took two extra periods of play, some nail-biting and a shootout, but the East Greenwich Avengers are headed back to the Division I field hockey state championship game.

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PAWTUCKET – Maddie Omicioli was the No. 3 seed entering this past weekend’s Main Draw. The sophomore played above her seeding and never shirked away from the spotlight, defeating defending state champion Candice Ballarin, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 to win the title.

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The East Greenwich 12U Softball All-Stars defeated Cumberland Thursday night 7-0 to claim the state title. They will head to Bristol, Connecticut next week to play in the New England Regional Tournament. Check out next week's Pendulum for full coverage of the championship team.

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CRANSTON – East Greenwich girls are playing a large role in the much-improved Cranston/EG hockey co-op team, who moved to 2-5 on the season with a 5-0 win over the South County Storm (1-5) on Saturday night at Cranston Veterans Memorial Ice Rink.

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PROVIDENCE – East Greenwich girls and boys swimming teams both lost in a close meet on Friday night against North Kingstown at the Fox Point Boys & Girls Club.  The girls responded with a road win against Wheeler, and the boys are still searching for their first victory.

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NORTH KINGSTOWN – In a battle of turnovers and transitioning that got sloppy at times, East Greenwich’s boys basketball team made it closer than many would have expected against the DI Skippers on Monday night, especially considering their rough start.

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CRANSTON — It was clear from the opening kick-off that it would be an uphill battle for the East Greenwich football team on Sunday. Playing in the Division II Super Bowl against Woonsocket, the Avengers allowed a touchdown on the opening kick, and struggled to keep the Villa Novans within distance.