Chariho High's James Dougherty knew he could not let North Kingstown's Sebastian Ford gain the early momentum in their title bout at 170 pounds in Saturday's state wrestling championships in Providence.
PROVIDENCE — Chariho High's James Dougherty defeated North Kingstown's Sebastian Ford, 5-0, for the 170-pound state wrestling title Saturday night at the Providence Career & Technical Academy.
PROVIDENCE — Chariho High's Erin vonHousen finished third in the 3,000 at the outdoor track and field state championships on Saturday at Conley Stadium.
PROVIDENCE — Chariho High's Margaret Weeden tied for third in the high jump at the Mount Pleasant Invitational track and field meet on Saturday at Conley Stadium.
NORTH KINGSTOWN — Chariho High's wrestling team split the final tri-meet of longtime coach Scott Merritt's career Friday night.
NORTH KINGSTOWN — North Kingstown controlled the first half and turned back Chariho High, 10-7, in the semifinals of the Division II boys lacrosse tournament Thursday.
CRANSTON — Chariho High picked up a pair of Division I wrestling wins Tuesday, defeating Cranston West, 46-30, and La Salle, 54-21.
PORTSMOUTH — Christian Manfred finished first in the 200 and was a part of two winning relays at the boys freshman state track and field championships Tuesday.
CUMBERLAND — Cumberland scored seven runs in the second inning on its way to defeating Chariho High, 12-3, in a play-in round game of the Division I softball tournament on Tuesday.
SMITHFIELD — Chariho High was held to one hit and lost to Smithfield, 7-0, in the play-in round of the Division I baseball tournament Tuesday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Charles Krause finished with seven goals and four assists as the Chariho High boys lacrosse team downed Middletown, 19-10, in the Division II quarterfinals on Monday.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN — Chariho High won the first two sets but lost the next three and fell to South Kingstown, 3-2, in the Division I boys volleyball quarterfinals Monday night.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Pilgrim limited Chariho High to four goals in the second half and topped the Chargers, 13-10, in the quarterfinals of the Division II girls lacrosse tournament Monday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High will travel to South Kingstown in the quarterfinal round of the Division-I volleyball tournament on Monday at 5 p.m.
WESTERLY — Westerly High will host Chariho High in the quarterfinal round of the Division III boys tennis tournament on Monday at 3:45 p.m. at Rotary park.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Nigel Palmer scored with about a minute left in the second overtime lifting Chariho High past Middletown, 12-11, in a Division II boys lacrosse game on Thursday.
LINCOLN — Emily St. Lawrence surpassed 100 career goals and Chariho High rolled past Lincoln, 16-1, in a Division II girls lacrosse game Tuesday.
WOONSOCKET — Jason Edwards hit a two-run homer in the top of the seventh inning and Chariho High held on for a 5-4 win against Mount St. Charles in a Division I baseball game Tuesday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — North Kingstown scored the first 10 runs of the game and downed Chariho High, 14-9, in a Division I softball game Tuesday.
NORTH KINGSTOWN — North Kingstown remained unbeaten with a win against Chariho High, 15-6, in a Division II girls lacrosse game Saturday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Emma Dyer scored in sudden-death overtime to lift the Chariho High girls lacrosse team to a Division II win against Pilgrim, 18-17, on Thursday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chaia Elwell scored four times and 11 Chariho High players contributed goals as the Chargers topped Johnston, 18-1, in a Division II girls lacrosse game Tuesday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Pilgrim scored three runs in the top of the seventh and turned back Chariho High, 6-3, in a Division I softball game Wednesday.
EAST PROVIDENCE — Shelby Roode hit a three-run home run in the seventh inning, and Chariho High beat East Providence, 9-2, for its first Division I softball win of the season.
NORTH KINGSTOWN — Brooke Kanaczet and Margaret Weeden won individual events to highlight Chariho High's performance Tuesday in a Southern Division girls track and field meet with East Greenwich and North Kingstown.
NORTH KINGSTOWN — Finn Weeden, Christian Manfred and Sullivan Cummins each won races in a Southern Division boys track and field meet with East Greenwich and North Kingstown on Tuesday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High dropped a pair of Division I wrestling matches on Tuesday in the final home meet for longtime coach Scott Merritt.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Justin Giles pitched a four-hit shutout and Chariho High scored all its runs in the first inning to post a 5-0 victory over Mount St. Charles in a Division I-B baseball game Monday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Prior to the 1993 high school wrestling season, Chariho High coach Scott Merritt and his counterpart at Westerly High, Vince Cardoza, came up with an idea to add a little spice to the rivalry between their two schools.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High ended a two-game losing streak with a win against Coventry, 3-1, in a Division I boys volleyball match Friday night.
EAST PROVIDENCE — Chariho High's offense once again put up a big number, but it was its defense that pleased coach Brittney Godbout in the Chargers' 21-10 Division II girls lacrosse win over Bay View on Wednesday.
WESTERLY — Westerly High forfeited one match but won the remainder to beat Chariho High, 6-1, in a Division III boys tennis match Wednesday at Rotary Park.
NORTH KINGSTOWN — Shelby Roode belted a grand slam, but Chariho High allowed eight runs over the final three innings and lost to North Kingstown, 9-8, in a Division I softball game Wednesday.