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Deal to build turf field at East Providence High School seems likely

Deal to build turf field at East Providence High School seems likely

EAST PROVIDENCE — Barring any unexpected last minute changes, the East Providence School Department and the Bayside United youth soccer organization appear to have finalized an agreement to construct an artificial turf field on the high school grounds through a a public-private partnership. The matter will be up for further discussion and possible approval Monday

Nick Simone makes contact with a Central fall fast ball in Mt. Hope's 11-0 win.
Photos by Tim Marshall.

Mt. Hope dominant in baseball win

The Mt. Hope High School baseball team dominated Central Falls this week, beating the Warriors 11-0. Starting pitcher Brandon Jacobs kelts Central Falls hitters off balance all game, allowing just one hit and three walks in the shutout. The pitcher also struck out two. The Huskies improved their Division III season record to 2-0 after

Knights of Columbus State Chairman Walter Sebastianelli, Kendall Ferris, Carson Conheeny, Jillian Lunney and John O’Gara of Council 3618 in Portsmouth (from left) pose for a photo following the contest. Photo courtesy of Karen Ferris.

Portsmouth youths among free throw winners

PORTSMOUTH — Three Portsmouth kids were among the winners in the Knights of Columbus’ state free throw championship at Bishop Hendricken High School in Warwick on March 22. Kendall Ferris was the 11-year-old girls’ champion and Jillian Lunney was the 12-year-old girls’ champion. Both Jillian and Kendall are members of the Portsmouth Middle School girls’ basketball team,

Huskies forward Hunter Thresher hits a jumper during their game against Rogers High School. Photos by Rich Dionne

Fans cheer Huskies unified team in loss to Rogers

By Eric Dickevitz The Mt. Hope High School gymnasium roared with every seat filled by the student body, friends and fans of the unified team. Amid the band and cheerleaders on the sidelines, the unified teams’ efforts were elevated and with every basket came cheers when the Huskies hosted Rogers High School in a specially scheduled

Barrington's Julian Tien returns a shot against his Cumberland opponent.

Barrington tennis team wins first two matches

The Barrington High School boys’ tennis team opened the season with two victories, knocking off Hendricken 4-3 on Thursday, April 2, and Cumberland 7-0 on Monday. But there’s not much time to celebrate the victories as the Eagles are set to play East Greenwich on Wednesday and defending state champions South Kingstown on Thursday. First-year

Sangeeth Jetty bumps the ball to a teammate during Barrington's match against East Providence.

Barrington H.S. Sports Roundup — volleyball loses to E.P.

Barrington is 0-3 this season, after losing two matches last week. The Eagles dropped a 3-0 decision to East Providence on Thursday, April 2 (25-11, 25-12, 25-5), and lost in straight games to Coventry (25-7, 25-9, 25-10). Boys lacrosse Barrington’s record dipped to 1-1 after a 16-7 loss to LaSalle on Monday night. The Eagles

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Barrington girls lacrosse opens with three wins

The Barrington High School girls’ lacrosse team pushed out to a 10-0 halftime lead and ran away with a 14-1 victory over Portsmouth on Monday night. The victory improved Barrington’s record to 3-0. Maeve Gaffney scored three goals and had two assists while Libby Dolan netted four goals in the win. Annie Sullivan (2 goals,

Youngsters set out on the Fun Run sprint around The Commons.

Doyle, Levesque take Little Compton Spring Fling run

LITTLE COMPTON — Partly sunny skies but a stiff wind greeted 64 runners in Saturday’s inaugural Little Compton Education Foundation Spring Fling Road Race. The 4.8 mile race replaced the former LCEF Winter Road Race. Brian Doyle of Swansea was the winner in a time of 29.49, nearly two minutes faster than second place Geoff

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