Portsmouth gets walloped by Bishop Hendricken, 55-7

They’ll try to right the ship against South Kingstown on Friday

Posted 9/25/23

PORTSMOUTH — Bishop Hendricken is in a different league than Portsmouth High, and the Hawks proved it Friday night.

In a non-league matchup which served as the home opener for the …

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Portsmouth gets walloped by Bishop Hendricken, 55-7

They’ll try to right the ship against South Kingstown on Friday

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PORTSMOUTH — Bishop Hendricken is in a different league than Portsmouth High, and the Hawks proved it Friday night.

In a non-league matchup which served as the home opener for the Patriots, the Division I Hawks manhandled the Patriots, who are in Division II-B, by a score of 55-7.

Portsmouth is now 0-1 in the league and 0-3 overall. 

The Patriots will try to post their first win against South Kingstown at JFK Memorial Stadium at 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 29.

After that they’ll travel to face Shea for a 6 p.m. game on Friday, Oct. 6.

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