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The Mt. Hope boys' soccer team blanked Middletown, 3-0, on Thursday at home, to earn its second win, and second shutout, in as many nights. On Wednesday, the team beat Pilgrim on the road, 1-0. On Thursday, the Huskies got goals from Shaun … more
The Barrington Pop Warner Pee Wees blasted New Bedford in the season opener on Sunday, 20-0, despite having two touchdowns called back because of penalties. In other games, the Mighty Mites refused to allow a single first down against New … more
The seventh grade Barrington Division 1 Metro West boys basketball team finished a successful summer campaign by defeating Seekonk 41-34 in the championship game at Mass Premier in Mansfield. The Eagles led 18-16 at the half and used their … more
The Mt. Hope Huskies Boosters Club and the Athletics Department hosted a fall sports tailgate event on Saturday, where every fall sports team took the field, or track, or court, for a pre-season match against one of their rivals. The day … more
LITTLE COMPTON — 16-year old Little Compton swimmer Vincent Downs-Honey, the state’s lone representatives at the 2015 YMCA National Championships in Indianapolis, returned from the Aug. 3-7 meet with a brace of personal best performances. … more
Above: Portsmouth Pop Warner Junior Pee Wee quarterback Carson Conheeny finds room to run against Sandwich, Mass. Photo courtesy of New England Patriots/David Silverman. PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Pop Warner Junior Pee Wee team enjoyed … more
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