Friday, February 12, 2016

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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...

PORTSMOUTH — “This is a simple game,” minor league manager Joe "Skip" Riggins told his underperforming team in “Bull Durham,” the 1988 baseball film starring Kevin Costner. “You throw the ball, you catch the...

PORTSMOUTH — After dropping the first game of a holiday basketball tournament in Tiverton, the Portsmouth High School varsity boys’ basketball team rebounded to take the final two matchups. On Wednesday, the Division II Patriots wrapped...

The Barrington High School girls' basketball team rebounded quickly from a recent loss to Coventry, defeating Juanita Sanchez 54-30 in a Barrington Boosters Tournament game on Wednesday night, Dec. 30. Barrington junior Grace Coutu scored...

Matt Homonoff has come a long way since his days as a student at Barrington High School. The son of Marvin and Linda Homonoff, of Old Chimney Road, Matt has not only attained or exceeded...

By Nick Friend, Post Intern EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School boys’ basketball team hosted its annual holiday tournament earlier this week in Ramos Gymnasium, winning both of its outings and improving to...

Barrington native Anders Weiss was recently selected for the US National Rowing team. Weiss, who graduated from Barrington High School in 2011 and Brown University in 2015, attended the selection camp was recently chosen as...

The Barrington High School boys' basketball team started slow, but finished strong against Tiverton on Monday night, winning 64-48. The Eagles, who improved to 1-3 with the win, scored just 16 first half points and...

Senior Center Brandon Joseph led Mt. Hope with 21 points in the loss to Exeter West Greenwich in their home opener on Friday night. Mt. Hope struggled to score against the Scarlet Knights stellar...
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