Mt. Hope football team loses to Westerly, 28-7, falls to 1-2

Posted 10/4/21

The Mt. Hope football team lost to Westerly, 28-7, at Vendituoli Field in front of a packed crowd on Friday night. The loss dropped the Huskies record to 1-2 in Division II and 2-2 overall. The …

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Mt. Hope football team loses to Westerly, 28-7, falls to 1-2

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The Mt. Hope football team lost to Westerly, 28-7, at Vendituoli Field in front of a packed crowd on Friday night. The loss dropped the Huskies record to 1-2 in Division II and 2-2 overall. The Huskies scored their lone touchdown in the third quarter. Senior quarterback, Aidan Ramaglia, threw a 48-yard touchdown pass to senior wide receiver, Bruce McGuire. Avery Robitaille kicked the extra point through the uprights. 

The team travels to Pariseau Field to face St. Raphael Academy on Friday, 10/8, at 7 p.m.

Notes:

The Mt. Hope Marching Band performed during the half-time show for the first time, since the Covid-19 pandemic began. The Huskies cheerleaders also performed, as well as, the East Bay Warriors youth football program. The Warriors played a couple of downs with the referees on the field, before the high school teams came out for the second half. 

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