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Patriots forward Kelley Coyne (middle) and striker Marykate McGuire (right) react to a corner kick in the second half of their quarterfinals game against Exeter West Greenwich. Photos by Rich Dionne

Portsmouth girls take Division 1 quarterfinal, 3-0

Portsmouth girls take Division 1 quarterfinal, 3-0

PORTSMOUTH — It was the tale of two halves in the Division 1 girls’ soccer quarterfinal matchup between Portsmouth High School and Exeter-West Greenwich Monday night. But as soon as the Patriots overcame their playoff jitters and got down to business on their home field, it wasn’t much of a contest. After a scoreless first half,

The Patriots varsity girls’ volleyball team went from 2-12 last season to 12-4 this year in Division III-South. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr.

Portsmouth volleyball team wins division

PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth High School debuted its varsity girls’ volleyball program last year and didn’t scare anyone. The young team finished the season with a 2-12 record in Division III-South. This year? Different story altogether. The team wrapped up its regular season Monday by rolling over rival Middletown High School in straight sets: 25-19, 25-17

File photo of the track and turf field at Portsmouth High School. The track’s lanes have since been striped.

Portsmouth/RWU athletics pact moves forward

PORTSMOUTH — The School Committee Monday night agreed to move ahead with a deal that members say will benefit athletes at both Portsmouth High School and Roger Williams University (RWU). PHS wants a new practice facility for its swim team, while RWU needs a NCAA-grade track and field complex. Monday night, the committee voted 6-1

PHS volleyball players Haley Oliveira (left) and Isabelle Wilson team up on a block during their home match Wednesday afternoon against Masters Regional Academy. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr.

Portsmouth downs Masters in girls’ volleyball (photos)

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School girls’ varsity volleyball team is atop Division III South after defeating Masters Regional Academy Wednesday at home, 3-1. The Patriots took games one, three and four, 25-12, 25-23 and 25-23, respectively; while Masters won the second game, 25-18. The win improved Portsmouth’s record to 6-1. The team will play Johnston