CHARLESTOWN — Derek Jakeboski of Bristol topped the field in the Li'l Rhody Runaround 10-mile trail race Sunday at Burlingame State Park.
CHARLESTOWN — Amani Boamah and Konnor Perrin scored two touchdowns each as the Chariho Varsity beat North Providence, 32-14, to earn a spot in the Rhode Island Pop Warner Super Bowl.
STONINGTON — Like he has so many times in his outstanding career, Stonington High's Tyler Fidrych put on a show for the Bears boys soccer team.
PAWTUCKET — Tolman used a suffocating defense to shut down Chariho High and topped the Chargers, 24-0, Friday night in the Division III semifinals at Max Read Field.
WESTERLY — Coming off back-to-back losses, including a defeat in the Division II quarterfinals last week, and with its big Thanksgiving Day rivalry game looming, Westerly High had plenty of reasons to be a bit unenthusiastic about Friday night's D-II consolation game.
WESTBROOK, Conn. — Patience was the theme of the Stonington High-Westbrook quarterfinal game Thursday in the Class S state field hockey tournament.
Westerly High's Rocco Cillino rushed for 128 yards and scored a touchdown in the Bulldogs' 14-13 loss to Burrillville on Nov. 2.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High will make its first postseason football appearance on Friday night since winning the Division II Super Bowl in 2011.
STONINGTON — Stonington High defeated Wolcott Tech in record-breaking style, 5-0, in the second round of the Class M boys state soccer tournament Wednesday night.
OLD SAYBROOK — Old Saybrook scored three goals in the first half and shut out Wheeler High, 5-0, in the second round of the Class S boys soccer tournament Wednesday.
WESTERLY — Westerly High seniors Ashley Amato and Molly Ridler took part in a signing ceremony Wednesday at the school’s media center.
STONINGTON — Stonington High senior goalie Claire Evans found herself in a most unusual position in Tuesday's Class S first-round field hockey playoff game with Old Saybrook.
WESTERLY — Westerly High dropped three spots in the latest Rhode Island Sports Media football poll after its loss to Woonsocket in the Division II playoffs.
NORTH STONINGTON — Wheeler High junior Lukas Jones freely admits he was feeling the pressure during the penalty kick round of Monday's Class S tournament game with Coventry.
WESTERLY — Chris Garvin of Kingston finished first in the Setting the Pace for Conservation 5K road race Sunday at the Avondale Farm Preserve.
GROTON — Three local swimmers helped the Fitch/Stonington/New London girls co-op swim team to a third-place at the ECC championships Saturday at UConn-Avery Point.
CRANSTON — If Chariho High hoped to bring home its first Division II girls soccer championship in almost two decades on Saturday, it could not afford any flaws in its game.
MANCHESTER, Conn. — Westerly High's Nick Turo finished 79th at the New England boys cross country championships Saturday at Wickham Park.
MANCHESTER, Conn. — Chariho High's Julia Fortune finished 101st at the New England girls cross country championships Saturday at Wickham Park.
PROVIDENCE — You had to know a step backward was coming after the Providence College men's basketball team dropped 106 points and swished 16 3-pointers in its season opener.
WESTERLY — Woonsocket scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter and pulled away from Westerly High for a 33-15 victory in the Division II football quarterfinals Friday night.
STONINGTON — Stonington High's A.J. Massengale and Plainfield's Pat Smith are two of the deans of ECC football coaches, having taken over their respective programs shortly after the new millenium.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — About three weeks ago, the Chariho High girls soccer team defeated rival Westerly High for its third straight win.
NORTH STONINGTON — Wheeler High is the No. 12 seed in the Class S boys soccer tournament and will host No. 21 Coventry in a first-round game on Monday at 2 p.m.
STONINGTON — Stonington High will host Old Saybrook in the first round of the Class S state field hockey tournament on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.
STONINGTON — If there was ever any uncertainty about the intensity of the Stonington High-East Lyme field hockey rivalry, that doubt was certainly laid to rest Thursday night.
Montalto, a sophomore striker for the Stonington High boys soccer team, scored five goals for the week ending Oct. 26 to help the Bears clinch the ECC Division I championship.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Kate Powers and Madi Berlman each had 14 kills and the Chariho High girls volleyball team defeated Mt. Hope, 3-1, on Wednesday in the preliminary round of the Division II tournament.
JOHNSTON — For Chariho High’s Bella Pezzullo, it was so very simple — just keep the ball low and strike it hard.
WESTERLY — Westerly High will be facing a familiar foe when it hosts Woonsocket in the Division II football quarterfinals Friday at 7 p.m.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN — Compared with the challenges to come, Tuesday’s season opener at the Ryan Center was more quiz than test and the University of Rhode Island men’s basketball team passed it with relative ease.
STONINGTON — Tyler Fidrych scored a goal and assisted on two others as Stonington High shut out East Lyme, 4-0, in the ECC Division I semifinals Tuesday night.
STONINGTON — Ellie Korinek scored a pair of goals as Stonington High advanced to the ECC tournament field hockey championship game with a 3-1 win against Fitch in the semifinals Tuesday.
EAST PROVIDENCE — Spencer Shiels scored with 2:30 left in regulation and sixth-seeded Chariho High upset No. 3 East Providence, 4-3, in the quarterfinals of the Division II girls soccer tournament Monday at Pierce Field.
BLOOMFIELD, Conn. — Metropolitan Learning Center capitalized on Wheeler High defensive mistakes and scored with 20 minutes to go in regulation to post a 1-0 victory Monday in a nonleague girls soccer game, Wheeler's season finale.
WESTERLY — The Westerly Juniors youth football team closed out the season with a 32-12 win over Montville in the Junior Silver Bowl Game.
GRISWOLD — The Wheeler High girls volleyball team fell to Griswold, 3-0, on Monday in the quarterfinals of the ECC Division II tournament, ending its season.