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Huskies junior running back Aidan Silva runs to the outside for a short gain on a hand off from quarterback, Alexander Francis in the first half of Mt. Hope's game against Rogers on Friday night. 
Photos by Rich Dionne

Huskies lose Homecoming game to Rogers

Huskies lose Homecoming game to Rogers

For the Mt. Hope Huskies football team, the annual Homecoming game was anything but hospitable on Friday, Oct. 24, as the Rogers High School Vikings pillaged the Huskies 42-0. The Vikings put their first seven points on the board late in the first quarter, and two more by the end of the half for a

David Medeiros gives his daughter Emily a kiss during the Eagles senior night celebration at halftime during their game against Mt. Hope at Victory Field on Friday night. 
Photos by Rich Dionne

Girls soccer: Huskies shut out Eagles, 4-0

BARRINGTON—The Mt. Hope girls soccer team soundly defeated Barrington, 4-0, at Victory Field on Friday night. The win boosts Mt. Hope’s Division I East record to, 7-5-3, and drops the Eagles record to, 4-8-3. At halftime the Eagles handed out flowers to the Huskies’ seniors and their own during their senior night celebration.

Homecoming King and Queen, Morgan Chaves and Justin Ursini pose gracefully for photographers after the ceremony during halftime of the Huskies football game against Rogers High School. Photos by Rich Dionne

Ursini and Chaves are Mt. Hope’s king and queen

BRISTOL—Justin Ursini and Morgan Chaves were named Mt. Hope High School’s Homecoming King and Queen during halftime of the Huskies football game against Rogers High School at Thomas Vendituoli Field on Friday night. The Mt. Hope marching band and cheerleaders performed for the exuberant crowd before the Homecoming court was announced.

Russ Cornell of Cornell Farm in Dartmouth tells fest goers how he used an 1880 seeder at the family farm. The spry seeder still has rye seed in it, used after the corn season to keep the soil from drying out. 
Photos by Rich Dionne

A harvest worth celebrating in Westport

By Bruce Burdett Season finale draws crowds down to the Westport town farm. Over 800 people flocked to Westport Town Farm Saturday afternoon to celebrate the harvest, enjoy spirited bluegrass, pet baby goats and enjoy home-grown food. Farm Manager Steve Connors said this season brought special reason to celebrate, with one of the best growing

Barrington High School students Teddy Kurkoski and Charlotte Ruda are named Homecoming king and queen during halftime of the Barrington and East Providence football game on Friday night. Photos by Rich Dionne

Kurkoski, Ruda are BHS Homecoming king and queen

BARRINGTON—Teddy Kurkoski and Charlotte Ruda were announced Barrington High School Homecoming king and queen during halftime of the Eagles football game against East Providence at Victory field on Friday night. The Homecoming court and school classes paraded around the football field in floats throwing streamers and candy into the stands. After the cheerleaders and East Providence

Giant pumpkin viewers look on during the weight off. Photos by Rich Dionne

Photos: Giant pumpkin records nearly squashed

By Ted Hayes The pumpkins were huge, and a squash lived up to its name by flattening the state record when gardeners on steroids converged on Frerichs Farm Sunday for the annual Southern New England Giant Pumpkin Growers’ annual weigh-off. Lexington, Mass. grower Charles Lieber, who moonlights as a chemistry professor at Harvard University, took the top

Charlie Leiber of Lexington, Mass. poses with his first place 1870 pound pumpkin. Photos by Rich Dionne

Leiber’s pumpkin king of the giants

WARREN—After loading dozens of pumpkins onto the weighing platform all day, Lexington, Mass. pumpkin grower Charlie Leiber watched his ginormous pumpkin out weigh the others with a weight of 1870 pounds at Frerich’s Farms 2014 Southern New England Giant Pumpkin Growers Weigh Off on Sunday afternoon. Steve Sperry of Johnston, took second place and was

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Photos: Barrington tops Tiverton volleyball

TIVERTON—Rachel Nassau and Abby Finan lead the Barrington High School girls volleyball team as they defeated the spirited Tiverton Tigers, three games to one (25-23, 25-10, 24-26, 25-18), on Thursday night at Tiveton High School. Nassau had eight digs and two aces and Finan had six kills and three aces. Backed by a boisterous crowd, the spunky Tigers broke

Huskies sophomore Forward Michaela Goglia heads a ball with Eagles Freshman defender Isabella Ceseretti draped over her back during their match on Friday evening. Photos by Rich Dionne

Girls soccer: Huskies and Eagles duel to a tie

Barrington High School rallied late in the game and scored on a free kick to tie Mt. Hope High School, 1-1, in a Division I East girls soccer match-up on Friday evening. The Huskies lead the division with a, 4-3-1, record and Barrington stands in second place with a, 3-3-2, record.

Penn State Division I wrestler Rohan Murphy speaks to Mt. Hope High School students about how take on challenges and preserve. Photos by Rich Dionne

Inspirational wrestler urges Mt. Hope students to dream

Inspirational speaker Rohan Murphy spoke with Mt. Hope High School students in the school auditorium on Friday morning. Mr. Murphy urged the students to dream and push their limits, stating that challenges are a part of every student’s life. Mr. Murphy knew what he was talking about. Due to a severe birth defect, Mr. Murphy had

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