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PAWTUCKET — For the second time in as many Division I games the East Providence High School football team found itself on the losing end of a lopsided score as the Townies suffered a 41-14 setback … more
The Mt. Hope Huskies football team dominated Coventry High School 25-6 to improve to 2-0 on the season. Quarterback Vincent Berretto led the Huskies attack, finding the endzone four times — … more
The tennis courts at Burr’s Hill will get a face lift thanks to a$63,481 grant just secured from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management. The grant, which requires a $5,000 … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School cross country teams reached the midpoints of their respective Eastern Division dual meet regular season schedules last week, the boys with a … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Dominant, overwhelming, one-sided, choose the adjective and it likely was an apt description of East Providence High School's 8-0 victory over visiting Woonsocket Thursday … more
The Mt. Hope boys soccer team fell to 0-1-4 after another tie at Lincoln High School Tuesday, 1-1, their fourth draw of the season. Last Thursday, the Huskies played Hope High School to a 2-2 … more
Huskies volleyball stays undefeated The Huskies volleyball team stayed undefeated in their division with a 3-0 win over  East Greenwich Tuesday.  The Husky offense … more
The Portsmouth girls basketball team held on to beat North Kingstown, 42-35, at Portsmouth High School on Friday night. Senior captain Haley Alves led the way scoring 17 points for the Patriots. … more
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