Portsmouth High gets its first win in boys’ soccer (photos)

Team’s record is 1-1-2 after victory over Moses Brown

Posted 9/24/21

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School boys’ varsity soccer team notches its first victory of the season on Wednesday, Sept. 22, with a 1-0 win over Moses Brown at home.

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Portsmouth High gets its first win in boys’ soccer (photos)

Team’s record is 1-1-2 after victory over Moses Brown

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PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School boys’ varsity soccer team notches its first victory of the season on Wednesday, Sept. 22, with a 1-0 win over Moses Brown at home.

The Patriots’ Jackson Fox scored the game-winner off an assist by Joe Murphy in the second half.

Nate Levine made six saves in goal for Portsmouth, while Thomas Emberg had seven for the Quakers.

The Patriots are now 1-1-2 in Division I. 

They began the season with a 1-1 tie with East Greenwich, followed by a 2-1 loss to La Salle Academy, and a 1-1 tie with East Providence. 

The Patriots will play North Kingstown on the road on Saturday, Sept. 25, before returning home for a matchup against Shea on Wednesday, Sept. 29.

The team travels to Wheeler on Friday, Oct. 1, and will host South Kingstown on Wednesday, Oct. 6. 

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