Head coach: Scott Merritt (30th season). Assistant coaches: Derek Adams, Kyle Merritt.
WESTERLY — Westerly High girls lacrosse coach Meg Paisley knew it was going to be difficult for Carly Chretien to keep up her scoring pace (15 goals already this season) against Chariho on Saturday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High sophomore Shea Smith drove in five runs, but the Chargers fell to Cumberland, 13-9, in a Division I softball game Saturday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — North Kingstown shut out Chariho High in the second quarter and defeated the Chargers, 17-8, in a Division II boys lacrosse game Saturday night.
STONINGTON — Stonington High's second doubles team prevailed in three sets and the Bears swept Waterford, 7-0, in an ECC South Division boys tennis match Friday.
WARWICK — Chariho High lost its first two Division I wrestling matches of the season, falling to Coventry, 39-38, and Bishop Hendricken, 45-30.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN — Charles Krause scored eight goals and had three assists as Chariho High topped Prout, 18-4, in a Division II boys lacrosse game Thursday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Emily St. Lawrence scored five goals, Emma Hughes had one goal and five assists, and Chariho High edged Cranston West, 13-11, in a Division II girls lacrosse game Wednesday.
WOONSOCKET — Ethan Cole delivered 13 kills and Matt Tiernan contributed 36 assists as Chariho High outlasted Mount St. Charles, 3-2, in a Division I boys volleyball match Wednesday night.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Charles Krause scored four goals and the Chariho High boys lacrosse team opened the Division II season with a 10-8 win over South Kingtown on Monday.
WESTERLY — Westerly High's Kaya West and Rachel Federico won two events each in a Southern Division track and field meet with Chariho, Prout and Narragansett on Monday.
PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth took a three-goal lead at the half and Chariho High could not overcome the deficit, losing to the Patriots, 15-13, in a Division II girls lacrosse match Saturday.
PROVIDENCE — Chariho High's 4x1,600 relay team finished second in the Division II boys race at the annual Knights of Columbus Relays on Saturday at Conley Stadium.
Although the restrictions on who can attend youth sports and high school athletic events have been eased, it will still require some planning to make that a reality, according to the athletic directors at Westerly High and Chariho High.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Whispers of Jim Mora's "Playoffs?" rant reverberated around Chariho High's football field during the Chargers' 45-0 crossover win against Exeter-West Greenwich/Prout on Friday.
PROVIDENCE — Jasmine Babbitt had nine kills and four blocks and the Chariho High girls volleyball team topped Juanita Sanchez, 3-1, in a Division II match on Wednesday night, the Chargers' season finale.
TIVERTON — One game after earning kudos for a morale victory, rallying from a 29-point deficit to give Classical a scare last week, the Chariho football team experienced the real thing Saturday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Casey Mastin and Lexi Cole combined for 23 assists as Chariho High swept Pilgrim, 3-0, in a Division II girls volleyball match Wednesday night.
BEVERLY, Mass. — Charlestown's Gabe Felicetti has received All-Region honors from the American Volleyball Coaches Organization.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High senior Jasmine Babbitt was named the MaxPreps American Volleyball Coaches Association player of the week for Rhode Island.
PONAGANSET — Chariho High won a lengthy first set before outlasting Ponaganset, 3-2, in a Division II girls volleyball match Wednesday night.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High senior guard Jarrett Boisclair did a bit of everything for the boys basketball team this past season.
COVENTRY — Stanley Dunbar did not leave the talent cupboard bare when he left Coventry after two years to take the Westerly High football head coaching job in November.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Kelechi Ezemma had eight kills and 10 digs and Chariho High blanked North Smithfield, 3-0, in a Division II girls volleyball match Monday night.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High's football team had Johnston in a bind about midway through the fourth quarter of Friday's season-opening game for both teams.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High jumped to a two-set lead but couldn't put away West Warwick and lost, 3-2, in a Division II girls volleyball match Tuesday night, the season opener for both teams.
The realignment marching orders are set for a group of Rhode Island high school sports that are champing at the bit to get back into the swing of things.
PROVIDENCE — Chariho High's Margaret Weeden placed third in the high jump at the girls indoor track state meet Saturday at the Providence Career & Technical Academy.
PROVIDENCE — Football is a sport where preparation is everything. That’s why it was paramount for the state’s high school football sector to avoid the wait-and-see approach to play games that hovered over winter sports for a few weeks.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High will travel to Cranston East on Friday at 7 p.m. for a play-in game in the Division II girls basketball tournament.