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PORTSMOUTH — Giving up a last-second touchdown to let your opponent back into the game at halftime may demoralize some teams, but the Portsmouth Patriots stayed focus to defeat Middletown, 35-13, in the 51st annual Thanksgiving Day football game. … more
The 23rd edition of the Barrington-Mt. Hope High School football classic will be held Thanksgiving morning at 10 o’clock at Barrington’s Victory Field. This year, unlike recent seasons, it’s anybody’s guess who will win. Both teams are out … more
Dressed as Spider Man, Joseph Scavo takes off from the starting line for the 7.5 mile paddle board race on Saturday, Nov. 14. Paddlers battled a powerful and chilly west northwest wind at Osprey Sea Kayak Adventures’ (OSKA) Nov. 14 Westport River … more
The Barrington Pop Warner Midget cheerleaders are competing for the national title at the ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Fla. on Dec. 11. To offset the cost of traveling to the competition and trip to Disney World, the cheer families … more
Tiverton travels to Newport Thursday morning in hopes of finally notching a win in the sixth year of the Tiverton-Rogers Thanksgiving Day football series. Playing against Division IIA Rogers is a tall order for the Division IV Tigers who … more
The Barrington High School girls' volleyball team completed an undefeated season, winning the Division II State Championship 3-0 against Cranston West on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 21. The Eagles improved to 19-0 after powering past the … more
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