Archive - Sports Article
October 23rd, 2014
WOONSOCKET – The Villa Novans stand one win away from clinching the school’s first-ever first-place finish in boys’ soccer after a 5-2 win over Exeter-West Greenwich at a rain-soaked Barry Field on Thursday.
WOONSOCKET – Desperate for a victory if it wanted to earn a Division I post-season berth, Woonsocket High utilized two first-half tallies from senior Dacia MacNeill and freshman Tayla Darling to snatch a 2-0 upset triumph over Warwick Vets at Barry Field on rainy Thursday.
North Smithfield seemed ready to do its seniors proud on “Senior Night” Thursday after claiming a rather easy 25-18 verdict in the opening game against Lincoln, but the Lions roared back with three straight triumphs to post a thrilling 3-1 decision at the green-and-white-balloon-adorned Michael F. Lovett Memorial Gymnasium.
EAST PROVIDENCE – It doesn't matter when or where Mount St. Charles Academy and East Providence High face each other during the fall, fans are in for a tense, entertaining and gritty battle.
WOONSOCKET – There’s a need for a new boys’ basketball head coach at Woonsocket High after Kyle Ivey-Jones has decided to pursue a new opportunity in the sport.
WOONSOCKET — Mount St. Charles will conduct a town-hall forum that centers on sportsmanship, leadership and honorable competition in youth sports on Monday, November 3. The event, which is called “The Way You Play Matters,” runs from 7-8:15 p.m. and take place inside school’s gymnasium, located on 800 Logee Street.
PAWTUCKET -- The final shot signified the astounding turnaround the Lincoln High girls' tennis program has made in the span of just 12 months.
On match point, senior co-captain Tallia Akay knocked a backhand off the net cord, and it barely trickled over. When the ball bounced softly on the side of South Kingstown senior Annie Madden, her Lions' teammates scrambled through the gate on the wooded side of Slater Park's Mike Kenny Courts to rush Akay.