Gallery: Townie Pride Parade/EPHS football

The Townies fall to unbeaten Hendricken

Photos by Julie Furtado
Posted 10/28/19

EAST PROVIDENCE — The annual "Townie Pride Parade" of students, teachers, administrators and staff took place prior to the Friday night, Oct. 25, football game between East Providence High School …

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Gallery: Townie Pride Parade/EPHS football

The Townies fall to unbeaten Hendricken

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EAST PROVIDENCE — The annual "Townie Pride Parade" of students, teachers, administrators and staff took place prior to the Friday night, Oct. 25, football game between East Providence High School and Hendricken.

Unfortunately for the host Townies, the first-place Hawks handed the locals a 34-13 defeat. Juan Diaz scored both the touchdowns for EPHS, which dropped to 2-4 in the Division I standings while Hendricken improved to 6-0.

East Providence Post and eastbayri.com contributing photographer Julie Furtado shot the accompanying gallery of photos.

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