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PROVIDENCE — The Mt. Hope football team lost to Moses Brown, 55-35, in a Division II playoff quarterfinal game on Saturday afternoon. Quarterback Matt DeFelice completed 15 passes for 193 yards and … more
The Lady Huskies lost to Coventry, 3-2, at Vendituoli Field on Saturday night. The Oakers Jordan Dwyer beat Huskies goalkeeper Thea Brum (12 saves) on a controversial goal to break a 2-2 tie in the … more
Huskies running back Dylan Martins ran for a 143 yards on 24 attempts and scored two first quarter touchdowns to lead Mt. Hope over Classical, 23-0. The win clinched a playoff game at Moses Brown on … more
The Portsmouth girls cross country team more
For the first time in the school’s history, the Mt. Hope High School boys’ and girls’ cross country teams both qualified for the Rhode Island Interscholastic League state … more
The Mt. Hope girls soccer team beat Coventry, 2-1, and tied Cumberland, 3-3, this week and look ready for a good playoff run. Huskies goal keeper Thea Brum made 22 saves over the last two games, … more
The Mt. Hope High School football team fell to North Kingstown 33-14 during their Homecoming game at Vendituolli Field on Friday night. The Huskies have faced three undefeated teams, Division I … more
Huskies junior Kaelen McKenna scored three goals and an assist in leading the Mt. Hope girls soccer team over Tollgate, 8-1, at Vendituoli Field on Friday evening. Olivia Medieros, Jenna Cimbron, … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth high school football team captured a win in their home opener on Friday night against non-league opponent Mt. Hope high school by a resounding 28-0 … more
By Richard W. Dionne Jr. The Mt. Hope High School boys and girls cross country teams overcame the heat and the gnats during a home meet at Colt State Park on Tuesday to get closer to their goal, … more
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