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East Providence-Cranston East football game postponed

East Providence-Cranston East football game postponed

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School football game scheduled for Saturday evening, Nov 1, at 7 o’clock against visiting Cranston East at Pierce Stadium has been postponed due to inclement weather. Instead, the 1-5 Townies and 1-4 Thunderbolts will attempt to get their Division I contest on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 2, at 1


East Providence hosts Prout in girls’ volleyball playoffs

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School girls’ volleyball team completed its regular season with a victory on Wednesday, Oct. 29, then found out its opponent in the upcoming Division I state championship tournament the following night. The Townies completed their regular season with a 14-4 record after they defeated Ponaganset, 3-0, on the

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


Chase’s pick-six helps East Providence earn first D-I football win

SOUTH KINGSTOWN — Jayden Chase’s second interception of the year, which he took all the back for a pick-six, was the difference as the East Providence High School football team earned its first Division I win of the year, 9-7 victory over host South Kingstown Saturday afternoon, Oct. 25, at Curtis Corner Middle School. The

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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

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East Providence High School earns NEASC accreditation

EAST PROVIDENCE — The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) has granted once-beleaguered East Providence High School full accreditation, the regional oversight body informed the local administration though a couple of pieces of correspondence last week. In a lengthy PowerPoint review of the matter and a letter addressed to EPHS principal Janet Sheehan

Seniors Sophia Pezza, Yuliandra Henriquez and Fransheka Gauthier (from left to right) along with fellow co-captain Stephanie Ferreira were recognized by the EPHS girls' soccer mates in their final high school game Friday night, Oct. 24.

East Providence High girls’ soccer finishes off winless fall

EAST PROVIDENCE — The struggle which was the 2014 season for the East Providence High School girls’ soccer team came to an end Friday night, Oct. 24, at Pierce Field with the Townies losing to reigning Division II championship Pilgrim, 6-1. Almost fittingly for the Townies in their winless campaign, they made several mistakes in

EPHS Chorus members Lauren Vine, Cassandra Marques-Leach, Rachel Vandal, Deja Oakes, Jena Pothier, Marina Ramso, Shawn Contente, Juliet Antonio, Michaela Alarie, Carina Ferriera and Briana Medeiros rehearse.

East Providence High Chorus performs with Foxborough counterparts

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School Student Chorus has been invited to participate in the annual Chorus and Orchestra “Voices & Strings” concert performance by its counterpart from Foxborough High later this month. David Piper, the chorus director at Foxborough, reached out to EPHS Chorus director Maryann Lasorsa during the spring about doing


Change comes to East Providence-LaSalle football rivalry

EAST PROVIDENCE — For the first time in the 86-year history of their tradition-rich rivalry, the East Providence High School and LaSalle Academy football teams will meet in a regularly scheduled game not originally intended to be played on Thanksgiving Day. The Rhode Island Interscholastic League saw fit in the spring to change its scheduling

Jay Monteiro is the new head football coach at East Providence High School.

East Providence High football begins anew under Monteiro

EAST PROVIDENCE — The Jay Monteiro Era officially began last week as the East Providence High School football team opened up its Division I regular season with ahard-fought 34-14 loss to Bishop Hendricken. Coach Monteiro takes over the reins of the program after John “Sandy” Gorham resigned the post following an extremely successful two-decade run.