Tag Archives: Mt. Hope High School

Mt. Hope seniors huddle up during the annual Powder Puff game Sunday night.
Photos by Keith Dickervitz.

Mt. Hope seniors rule in annual Powder Puff Bowl

Mt. Hope seniors rule in annual Powder Puff Bowl

It was role reversal on the football field at Mt. Hope High School on Sunday, Oct, 19, as the girls took to the gridiron and the boys cheered from the sidelines in the annual Powder Puff Bowl. The seniors took a 20-12 win over the junior class in the annual flag football game, while boys

Mt. Hope’s Lapre nets sole goal in soccer win

The Mt. Hope High School boys’ soccer team posted a 1-0 win over Smithfield on Monday, Sept. 22, holding the first half lead through the game-ending whistle. After taking possession from the Sentinels, junior midfielder Jordan Lapre staved off any steal attempts by Smithfield’s defensemen, working his way to a scoring opportunity. While Smithfield’s goalkeeper,

Ann Burke, whose daughter was murdered by her boyfriend in 2005, educates Mt. Hope High School students on relationship violence during an assembly at the school Friday afternoon.

Education key to ending cycle of abuse

Recent controversies in the National Football League have shined a brighter light on the issue of dating violence, a positive development for those who believe awareness and education are key to preventing, or at least mitigating, relationship abuse. Students at Mt. Hope High School got an emotional lesson in the horrors of relationship abuse Friday,

Huskies running back Aiden Silva attempts to round the corner during Mt. Hope's injury fund game against Rogers High School last week. Photos by Richard W. Dionne Jr.

Huskies football battles inexperience, injuries as season opens

A “very inexperienced” Mt. Hope football team will have its work cut out for it when the team opens the regular season Saturday against Woonsocket High School, last year’s top team in Division IIA. The young team is trying to establish its identity, something that became more difficult after losing a couple key players during

Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis, left, and Bristol Town Clerk Louis Cirillo, help guide Mt. Hope High School students as they fill out voter registration forms on Monday.

Secretary of State urges students to make voices heard

Wearing his Huskies purple shirt, Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis visited Mt. Hope High School Monday on a mission to get students to make their voices heard. “A lot of elected officials are not paying attention to your age group,” Mr. Mollis told the assembled students. “The only way to get (their) attention is

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Boys tennis likely to remain club sport at Mt. Hope

Advocates for the Mt. Hope High School boys tennis team continue to petition the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee to restore the team to a full varsity support, and they’re seeking more players to help make their case. The group of parents and tennis fans have been trying to return tennis to full varsity since

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Mt. Hope softball coach charged with embezzling booster club funds

Bristol Police this week charged the former president of the Mt. Hope High School Booster Club with embezzling more than $19,000 in club funds. Steven W. Zina, 54, of 17 Charlotte Drive, Bristol, was charged with embezzlement over $100, a felony, after allegedly stealing the money through ATM withdrawals from the Booster Club’s account. Zina, also

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