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Alex DoRego (right) led the EPHS boys' soccer team in scoring and helped the Townies return to the Division I playoffs this fall.

East Providence boys’ soccer team ends rebound season

East Providence boys’ soccer team ends rebound season

EAST PROVIDENCE — The bounce-back season for the East Providence High School boys’ soccer  came to an end Wednesday night, Oct. 29, with a 2-0 loss on the road to East Greenwich in the preliminary round of the Division I playoffs. The game was played on the host Avengers’ artificial turf field, which EPHS coach

Photo by Tim Marshall — East Providence High School's Justin Pereira heads the ball away from an East Greenwich player during Wednesday's game.

East Providence loses boys’ soccer playoff outing to East Greenwich

EAST GREENWICH — East Providence High School’s return to the Division I boys’ soccer championship playoffs after a year’s absence was a brief one as the Townies fell to host East Greenwich, 2-0, in a preliminary round contest held Wednesday evening, Oct. 29. After playing a scoreless opening 40 minutes, the Avengers netted both of

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East Providence heads to East Greenwich for boys’ soccer playoffs

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School boys’ soccer team will face East Greenwich in the opening round of the 2014 Division I state championship tournament Wednesday night, Oct. 29, on the road at 6 o’clock. The Townies capped their regular season last week with a 7-7-0 record and with 21 points in the

Freshman Tess Amore earned her first-ever high school as she helped the East Providence girls' tennis team to its first victory of the season, 6-1, over Lincoln High Friday.

East Providence High earns first girls’ tennis win, falls in boys’ soccer

LINCOLN — The East Providence High School girls’ tennis team picked up its first victory of the season Friday afternoon, Sept. 13, a 6-1 decision over host Lincoln in a Division II match. The Townies improved to 1-3 for the fall. The Lions dropped to 0-5. East Providence won three of four singles matches and

Mt. Hope's Duane Adkins controls the ball while Narragansett's Alec Cotroneo closes in.

Mt. Hope boys’ soccer team edged by division leaders

  NARRAGANSETT — Two high school boys’ soccer teams heading in opposite directions in the Division-Two standings met last Wednesday,, Oct. 17 in Narragansett with the Mariners sneaking out a 2-0 victory over Mt. Hope. Narragansett elevated its record to 8-1-4 while the Huskies slid to 2-10-1. Surprisingly, Mt. Hope has a legitimate shot at

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