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Mt. Hope's Jordan Lapre (right) fights for control of the ball as he advances down field against Middletown Sept. 3.

Mt. Hope boys’ soccer team opens with two shutouts

Mt. Hope boys’ soccer team opens with two shutouts

The Mt. Hope boys’ soccer team blanked Middletown, 3-0, on Thursday at home, to earn its second win, and second shutout, in as many nights. On Wednesday, the team beat Pilgrim on the road, 1-0. On Thursday, the Huskies got goals from Shaun Wilson, Andrew Simas and Daniel Proulx, along with eight saves from goalkeeper

Barrington Mighty Mite AJ DiOrio looks for open field against New Bedford.

Barrington Eagles battle Bears in Pop Warner openers

The Barrington Pop Warner Pee Wees blasted New Bedford in the season opener on Sunday, 20-0, despite having two touchdowns called back because of penalties. In other games, the Mighty Mites refused to allow a single first down against New Bedford in a 0-0 tie, while the Junior Midgets battled back from a 12-0 deficit

Members of the team are (front row, from left to right) Mike Raffa, Matt Daft, Jason Anderson and Matt Raffa, and (back row) Connor Sullivan, Cole Glazzard, Quinn Gaffney, Cole Reed and Mark Bernardo.

Barrington boys capture summer hoops title

The seventh grade Barrington Division 1 Metro West boys basketball team finished a successful summer campaign by defeating Seekonk 41-34 in the championship game at Mass Premier in Mansfield. The Eagles led 18-16 at the half and used their strong man-to-man defense to build a double digit margin midway through the second stanza. Cole Reed

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Sakonnet swimmer shines at YMCA nationals

LITTLE COMPTON — 16-year old Little Compton swimmer Vincent Downs-Honey, the state’s lone representatives at the 2015 YMCA National Championships in Indianapolis, returned from the Aug. 3-7 meet with a brace of personal best performances. The Portsmouth High School junior swims for the Newport Wahoos swim team and was accompanied to the meet by Wahoos

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Portsmouth Pee Wees storm Gillette (photos)

Above: Portsmouth Pop Warner Junior Pee Wee quarterback Carson Conheeny finds room to run against Sandwich, Mass. Photo courtesy of New England Patriots/David Silverman. PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Pop Warner Junior Pee Wee team enjoyed the thrill of a lifetime last Thursday when they got to play during halftime of the New England Patriots/Green Bay Packers pre-season


Tee off for Buzzards Bay

SouthCoast golfers have an opportunity to enjoy an afternoon of golf at a championship course while also helping to clean up pollution in New Bedford Harbor. The Buzzards Bay Coalition is hosting its annual golf outing at noon on Tuesday, Oct. 13 at the Bay Club at Mattapoisett. All proceeds from the event will go

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Girls invited to sign up for Tiverton Youth Soccer

Tiverton Youth Soccer is seeking female soccer players for their Under 14 Girls Competitive travel team. Fall 2015, indoor and Spring 2016 sessions are planned with practices beginning soon. Eligible players will have a birth date on or after August 1, 2001. Interested players or parents should contact coach Mike Janick via email at [email protected]

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Portsmouth Pee Wees to follow Pats onto Gillette field

Above: Portsmouth Pop Warner Junior Pee Wee head coach Marc Mello leads his team during practice at Portsmouth High School Monday night. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr. PORTSMOUTH — This is one childhood boast that few kids ages 9 to 12 could top. Thursday night’s NFL pre-season matchup between the Super Bowl championship-winning New England


East Providence High tennis courts get painted ‘Townie Red’

EAST PROVIDENCE — Step two in the process of rehabilitating the East Providence High School tennis courts commenced Wednesday, Aug. 12, as John Carnevale led a host of volunteers laying down a couple coats of “Townie Red” paint on the surface. Mr. Carnevale is leading the effort through his D’amours Step organization in association with