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Portsmouth's Henry Bolton earned All-NEPSAC Class AA boys' hoops honors.

NEPSAC announces 2013-14 Class AA boys’ hoops honor roll

NEPSAC announces 2013-14 Class AA boys’ hoops honor roll

BARRINGTON — The complete list of 2013-2014 NEPSAC Class AA boys’ basketball postseason accolades was released Monday, March 17, those honored including the previously noted co-coaches of the year Mike Hart and Barry Connors, of St. Andrew’s and Cushing, respectively, as well as player of the year Malik Abu, of Kimball Union. Those honored also

The champion St. Martha Church boys' Cadet Division state championship team and coaches.

East Providence’s St. Martha team wins second consecutive CAL hoops championship

WARWICK — The St. Martha’s boys’ Cadet Division basketball team won its second consecutive Catholic Athletic League state championship on Sunday, March 9, with a 51-38 victory over Holy Apostles in a game played at Bishop Hendricken High School in Warwick. St. Martha was paced by 13 points from Tommy Lopes and 11 from Kyle


St. Andrew’s hoops wipes out Worcester Academy; Hart nets 400th career coaching win

BARRINGTON — Though he is quick to dispel such a notion, what is becoming the legendary coaching career of Mike Hart at St. Andrew’s School reached another victory milestone Monday afternoon, Jan. 27, as the Saints eventually rolled to a contentious 74-56 win over visiting Worcester Academy in a NEPSAC Class AA boys’ basketball outing

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East Providence High School Athlete of the Week: Charlie Brown

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School athletic department has selected basketball standout Charlie Brown as the Townies’ Athlete of the Week for the period ending on December 28. Brown is the unquestioned leader of the EPHS boys’ varsity hoops squad this winter and is considered one of the best guards in the state.

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East Providence High boys’ hoops reboots 2013-14 season opener

EAST PROVIDENCE — Much like most other teams at this very early point on the calendar, the East Providence High School boys’ varsity basketball squad was far from a finish product as the Townies began their Division I-Central regular season schedule this week with a pair of games. But ready or not, the “real” season


Barrington blows past East Providence in non-league boys’ basketball outing

EAST PROVIDENCE — The first basketball game played in the refurbished East Providence High School gymnasium will go down as a loss for the Townies as visiting Barrington blew out the hosts, 62-47, in a non-league boys’ outing played Saturday afternoon, Dec. 14. The Division II Eagles trailed early, but broke open the contest just

Portsmouth's Henry Bolton helped St. Andrew's upset top-seeded Worcester Academy in the opening round of the NEPSAC Class AA playoff, Feb. 27.

St. Andrew’s upsets top-seeded Worcester Academy in NEPSAC Class AA playoff opener

WORCESTER, MASS. — The St. Andrew’s School Varsity I boys’ basketball team slayed the regular season giant as the eighth-seeded Saints upended top-seeded Worcester Academy, 75-69, Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 27, in the opening round of the 2013 NEPSAC Class AA Championship Tournament. The Saints committed just four turnovers in the contest, which came almost a

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EPHS boys’ hoops heads to playoffs on a winning note

CRANSTON — The East Providence High School boys’ basketball team capped off its 2012-13 Division I-Central regular season Saturday night, Feb. 16, with a 44-35 victory over host Cranston East. The Townies finished their league slate with a 9-9 record, their best mark in three years. East Providence, which is also making its first postseason

East Providence High School's Kevin Hall celebrates a goal during the Townies' 3-2 win over Tolman, Jan. 26.

East Providence High skates past Tolman; boys’ cagers reach .500

PAWTUCKET — In a showdown for second place in the Division III standings, the East Providence High School hockey team edged Tolman, 3-2, before a near-capacity crowd Saturday night, Jan. 26, at Pawtucket’s Lynch Arena. Senior captain Kevin Hall scored two goals, including the decisive tally, and also had an assist for the Townies, who


EPHS girls’ hoops wins again; Boys’ hoops splits, hockey sweeps

BRISTOL — The East Providence High School girls’ basketball team maintained its unbeaten record to date in Division II-East action after the Townies dispatched host Mt. Hope 51-36 Tuesday night, Jan. 8. East Providence improved to 3-0 on the young league season and hosts likewise 3-0 Rogers Thursday night, Jan. 10, at 7 o’clock. “It’s