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Due to an outbreak of four positive cases of COVID-19, the Thanksgiving Day Football Game between Mt. Hope and Barrington High Schools is being postponed a week to Dec. 2 at 6 p.m. more
Some people are in agreement that the traditional Thanksgiving Day football battle between Barrington High School and Mt. Hope School isn’t what it used to be. They’re probably … more
North Smithfield scores two second half goals to beat Mt. Hope, 2-1, in a Division II home game at Roger Dietz Field on Wednesday night. The Huskies finish their season with a record of 12-3-4. The … more
The Kickemuit Middle School girls' soccer team overcame great odds to come up just short of a championship title. more
Mt. Hope soccer team’s pressure offense and stout defense dominated Cranston West, 3-0, in the division two quarterfinals in front of a ruckus crowd at Roger Dietz Field on Friday night. Center … more
Tears began to flow from Cate Merriam’s eyes after she hit a Breck O’Connor serve into the net to lose the twelfth point of a second set tie-breaker and end the championship match as the … more
BRISTOL — Despite a 16-2 record and earning the No. 1 seed in the Division II playoffs, Portsmouth High’s girls’ tennis team was knocked from the state tournament Friday when … more
Two straight days, the Mt. Hope second doubles team of Zelda Hayes and Laney Dufficy won tough matches to seal the deal for the Huskies and spring the team into the Division two state championship to face Prout at Slater Park on Tuesday at 6 p.m. more
The Mt. Hope soccer team notched two more victories last week, bringing their season record to 11-1-2, the best record in Division 2. The Huskies shut out Mt. Pleasant, 3-0, during a home game, then … more
The Mt. Hope High football team outlasted West Warwick last Friday, bringing them to a 3-3 record. more
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