KINGSTON — If all goes according to plan for the University of Rhode Island men's basketball team, fans will notice changes across the board this winter.
WESTERLY — Westerly High moved up a spot to No. 12 in the most recent Rhode Island Sports Media Football Poll, which was released Thursday.
Chariho's Abby Cole earned wins on Sept. 30 against North Kingstown and Westerly to cap an undefeated season in the Southern Division
WESTERLY — Andy Tetlow doubled and drove in four runs as the Westerly National 10-11 B Division team defeated North Kingstown, 7-5, on Tuesday in the District 3 baseball tournament.
WESTERLY — Chariho High coach Brittney Godbout insists she warned her team that Westerly High would be ready to play when the two teams met in a Division II girls soccer game Wednesday afternoon at Augeri Field.
WATERFORD — Olivia Monte scored the game's only goal in the first half as Stonington High defeated Waterford, 1-0, in an ECC field hockey match Wednesday.
NORTH STONINGTON — Wheeler High notched its first girls soccer victory in almost two years, scoring two-second half goals to defeat Putnam, 2-1, in an ECC Division IV game Wednesday.
WATERFORD — Waterford scored with about 15 minutes to go in the second half and went on to defeat Stonington High, 1-0, in an ECC out-of-division girls soccer game Wednesday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — East Greenwich scored the go-ahead goal on a penalty kick midway through the second half and held on to defeat Chariho, 3-2, in a Division II boys soccer game Wednesday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High rallied from a two-goal deficit, but lost to Mt. Hope, 3-2, when the Huskies scored in the final two minutes in a Division II boys soccer game Tuesday.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Kate Powers had eight kills and seven digs as the Chariho High girls volleyball team swept Woonsocket, 3-0, in a Division II match Tuesday.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN — Megan Dickerman earned a three-set win at No. 2 singles as Chariho High defeated South Kingstown, 4-3, in a Division II girls tennis match Tuesday.
GROTON — Stonington High's Delaney Reck won two races and swan a leg on a winning relay as the Fitch-Stonington-New London co-op girls swim team edged Waterford, 86-84, in an ECC meet Tuesday at UConn-Avery Point.
WESTERLY — Eighteen swimmers won two individual races each as the Ocean Community YMCA Dolphins swim team defeated Cranston and East Side in a tri-match on Saturday.
WESTERLY — Based on unforeseen circumstances, the annual World Masters Weightlifting Championships in August has recently not been an enjoyable experience for Pawcatuck resident Jared Coon.
WESTERLY — Drew Bozek kicked a 25-yard field goal with just over two minutes remaining to lift the Westerly Seniors past Killingly, 9-6, Sunday in a Southern New England Youth Football Conference game.
SMITHFIELD — Chariho High quarterback Zoot Boschwitz might just have the most unusual first name in Rhode Island football.
GROTON — Stonington High's Sam Montalto scored three times, all on assists from Tyler Fidrych, and the Bears shut out Fitch, 3-0, in an ECC out-of-division boys soccer game Saturday.
RUMFORD — The Shoreline Surfers, a Westerly based 10u AAU baseball team, earned their first victory against the Jaguars, 6-4, in game two of a double header on Sunday.
STONINGTON — Stonington High put up five goals in the first half and cruised past Killingly, 5-2, in an ECC field hockey match Saturday.
NEW YORK — Chariho High's Sullivan Cummins placed fifth in the Varsity B race at the Manhattan College Invitational boys cross country race at Van Cortlandt Park on Saturday.
MANCHESTER, Conn. — Stonington High's Ryan Gruczka placed 30th in the boys unseeded race at the Wickham Park Invitational cross country meet Saturday.
NEW YORK — Chariho High's Abby Cole finished 21st in the Varsity A girls race at the Manhattan College Invitational cross country meet Saturday at Van Cortlandt Park.
MANCHESTER, Conn. — Wheeler High's Michael Carroll placed 44th in the boys unseeded race at the Wickham Park Invitational on Saturday.
MANCHESTER, Conn. — Stonington High's Bobbie Doherty finished 43rd in the girls unseeded race at the Wickham Park Invitational cross country meet Saturday.
MANCHESTER, Conn. — Wheeler High's Lucy Smith finished 177th in the girls unseeded race at the Wickham Park Invitational cross country meet on Saturday.
WESTERLY — Westerly High's Blake Busch scored the tying goal on a penalty kick with three minutes left in the first half to make it 1-1 against Wheeler School, and that's the way the Division II boys soccer game ended Friday.
BRISTOL — Three plays into Friday night’s Division II-B football game between Westerly High and Mt. Hope, it was clear how this one was going to play out.
NORTH STONINGTON — Ian Spracklin had three goals and one assist and the Wheeler High boys soccer team stayed unbeaten in ECC Division IV with a 6-0 rout of Putnam on Friday.
NORTH STONINGTON — Michael Carroll and Cam Reyes finished 1-2 and the Wheeler High boys cross country team defeated Fishers Island, 20-36, in a nonleague meet Friday.
WARWICK — Westerly High got off to a good start but couldn't maintain its momentum in a 3-1 Division II-A girls volleyball loss to Tolman on Thursday night.
Westerly High’s Nick Turo, a senior, placed first in a Southern Division tri-meet and was also the team’s top finisher at the Ocean State Invitational on Sept. 28.
WOODSTOCK, Conn. — Stonington High put the ball in the net first, but Woodstock Academy responded with three unanswered goals to post a 3-1 ECC out-of-division girls soccer victory on a cold, damp Wednesday afternoon.
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. — Wheeler High fell to the Academy of Science and Innovation, 3-0, in a nonleague girls volleyball match Wednesday. The set scores were 25-16, 25-15, 25-19.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — The Chariho High unified volleyball team defeated Middletown, 2-1, in a Southern Division match Wednesday. The game scores were 25-20, 25-19, 11-25.
WESTERLY —Jason Keilly of East Greenwich topped the field in the Town of Westerly Run for the Pumpkins 8K race on Saturday at the Bradford Preserve.
NORWICH — Tyler Fidrych scored once and assisted on four goals as Stonington High defeated NFA, 5-1, in an ECC Division I boys soccer game Tuesday.