Monday, February 8, 2016

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PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School boys won but the girls lost in a dual swim meet against Middletown High Sunday at Roger Williams University. Both teams compete in Division II. The boys scored 55 points to...

EAST PROVIDENCE — On a night centered around a fund-raising effort in support of a fellow student, the host East Providence High School girls' basketball team delighted a large home crowd by cruising past...

The Mt. Hope High School gymnastics beat rival Portsmouth and Toll Gate last night to remain undefeated in Division II. The Lady Huskies scored 132.30, Portsmouth scored 129.50 and Toll Gate scored 122.20 at the Huskies...

MIDDLETOWN — The Portsmouth High School gymnastics team lost to Mt. Hope in a Division II meet at the Newport YMCA Tuesday night. Three points divided the two teams as the previously undefeated Patriots scored 129.5...

Robert Gallagher, an East Providence resident with Little Compton roots, won this year’s Little Compton Education Foundation Scenic Winter Road Race by a comfortable 32 second margin Saturday. He ran the course in a...

The Barrington girls hockey team beat Warwick, 4-1, in the first game of the annual JP Medeiros Jr. Memorial Hockey Showdown at Portsmouth Abbey ice rink on Wednesday night. Eagles sophomore forward Carissa Rego scored...

The Barrington High School hockey team defeated Mt. Hope in the annual Medeiros Memorial hockey game on Wednesday night, Jan. 6, at the Portsmouth Abbey rink. The boys' team defeated Mt. Hope 7-4 and built a 4-0...

It was a busy holiday week for the Mt. Hope Huskies gymnastics team, which shined in recent competition. In the Rhode Island Gymnastics Injury Fund meet held Tuesday, Dec. 29 in Newport, the Division II...

Team starts 2-0, faces Portsmouth next Tuesday It’s been a busy holiday week for the Mt. Hope Huskies gymnastics team, which shined in recent competition. In the Rhode Island Gymnastics Injury Fund meet held Tuesday, Dec....

PORTSMOUTH — Senior forward Haley Alves scored 17 points and went nine for 10 from the free throw line as the Portsmouth High School varsity girls’ basketball team beat Rogers on Wednesday, 49-37. The game was...
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