RICHMOND — Jackson Harrison's favorite part of his floor routine is the double Arabian.
CHARLESTOWN — Perry Sabourin figured he had quite a bit of unfinished business as he approached the spring outdoor season for Chariho High's track and field team.
CHARLESTOWN — If 25 college students were together in a room and someone asked you to identify the athlete who throws the javelin, hammer and weight throw on the track and field team, it's unlikely that Jamie Dobson would be the first pick.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High's Nate Allamby had some pretty big goals for himself and the boys lacrosse team this season.
WARWICK — As high school coaches are seeking to make plans that would enable them to work with their athletes during the summer months, the RIIL has been working closely with the Rhode Island School Superintendents' Association (RISSA) to establish guidelines for the coming months.
HOPKINTON —When this year's Special Olympics state summer games at the University of Rhode Island were canceled due to the pandemic, Chariho High's Abby Cole knew she had to do something for her younger sister.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — In the college basketball recruiting game, the junior year is the most important year of the process.
CHARLESTOWN — For some, the exposure to volleyball usually goes like this: In the summer at a family gathering someone puts up a net and everyone joins in to play. Getting it across the net becomes an adventure. Some play seriously; most do not.
WARWICK — So far, so good in the R.I. Interscholastic League’s quest to iron out an high school football realignment proposal, after the Principals’ Committee on Athletics earlier in the week cast a 9-6 vote to deny the initial recommendation.
Monday’s announcement concerning the continuation of distance learning through the month of April should be interpreted as a minor victory regarding the status of Rhode Island high school spring sports.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — What Levi King did this season for the Chariho High boys basketball team rates with just about any season turned in by a Charger.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High's Kate Powers and Spencer Shiels could not be more different in what they provide for the school's girls basketball team.
Shortage of scenarios? When it comes to the still-to-be-determined status of high school spring sports, it’s best to plan and plan some more.
Spring sports practices for the four local high schools will be on hold as Rhode Island and Connecticut continue to deal with the coronavirus threat.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN — Spencer Shiels is likely the only player on the Chariho High girls basketball team who could have made the play that gave her the 1,000th point of her career.
WESTERLY — Westerly High's boys basketball state tournament game with Cranston West on Thursday at Federico Gym will be a ticketed-only event with just 250 attendees due to the coronavirus threat.
Three Chariho High wrestlers — Kyle Merritt, James Dougherty and Nate Marchione — won titles at the state championship meet on March 1.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High had all the answers it needed Tuesday night against Division III Woonsocket in the preliminary round of the girls state basketball tournament.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High will host Woonsocket in a preliminary-round game of the girls basketball state tournament on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
METHUEN, Mass. — Chariho High's Kyle Merritt advanced to the semifinals of the 145-pound weight class at the New England wrestling championships with a pair of wins on Saturday.
Bella Santos, a Chariho High sophomore, placed 12th at the state individual gymnastics championships to qualify for the New England meet.
PROVIDENCE — For a Chariho High wrestler, one of the primary goals is to put your name on the banner in the school's gym that lists the state and New England champions.
SCITUATE — Scituate limited Chariho High to just 11 field goals and topped the Chargers, 63-24, in the Division II girls basketball tournament quarterfinals Monday night.
PROVIDENCE — Westerly High's Brian Garcia advanced to the consolation semifinals during the first day of the state wrestling tournament Saturday at the Providence Career & Technical Academy.
PROVIDENCE — Four Chariho High wrestlers advanced to the semifinals of the state tournament on Saturday at the Providence Career & Technical Academy.
PROVIDENCE — Chariho High's Hannah Benavides is somewhat of an expert when it comes to the 100 breaststroke.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High and Tiverton have played twice this season and each time the game has played out in nearly identical fashion.
PAWTUCKET — Shea broke to a 16-point halftime lead and went on to defeat Chariho High, 71-48, in a preliminary-round game of the Division II boys basketball tournament on Friday.
PROVIDENCE — Chariho High's Bella Santos qualified for the New England championships with an all-around score of 33.8 at the Midge Palmer individual gymnastics championships Saturday at Rhode Island College.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High will travel to Shea on Friday for a preliminary-round game in the Division II boys basketball tournament.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High will host Tiverton Friday in a preliminary-round game of the Division II girls basketball tournament.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — The RIIL schedule makers didn't do the Chariho High boys basketball team any favors by having the Chargers host Barrington for their final home game of the season, traditionally Senior Night.