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The train keeps rolling for the Mt. Hope softball team as they edged Middletown 2-1 at home on Wednesday and crushed Westerly 8-1 away on Thursday to stay undefeated with a record of 7-0 at the top … more
PROVIDENCE – East Bay area ponds are among those the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announced are receiving a second round of spring stocking through May 2. Over 40 plus, … more
The Mt. Hope softball team isn’t just winning games, they’re pounding their opponents into submission. The Huskies crushed Barrington 13-0 on Tuesday and clobbered Exeter-West Greenwich … more
The Mt. Hope baseball team came back to beat Moses Brown 4-3 to win their third straight game to kick off their first ever Division I campaign with a 3-0 record. The Huskies 9 swept Middletown in a … more
BARRINGTON — Notching 10 first-place finishes, The Portsmouth High boys’ outdoor track team finished second to Barrington in a dual meet Tuesday afternoon, April 5. The Eagles edged … more
The team has reached the Division III semifinals two of the last three years, in 2019 and 2021. There was no season in 2020 due to Covid. more
If you’re looking for a wonderful afternoon of competitive sports in a feel-good environment, look no further than Mt. Hope High School and its unified basketball team. more
An ankle injury may have hampered Mt. Hope gymnast Reece Pavao’s performance at the New England championship meet, but not her excitement. more
Current Mt. Hope High School boys’ basketball coach Jeff Grifka has certainly developed his own hoops legacy from the man who taught him the finer points of the game a few decades ago. more
The eight girls making up the yet-to-be-named crew that is set to become the youngest, all-female team to compete in the Newport to Bermuda race hatched their plan at the Bristol House of … more
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