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Sports, Local Connections
The road race through the Hill & Harbour neighborhoods was a tribute to the late Steve Marra, who owned the Grille on Main.
The East Greenwich High School junior is the best girls tennis player in the state, and the first from EG to hold the title.
The Avengers are looking strong heading into the playoffs, which start next week.
EG football team continues winning season with 34-20 win over North Kingstown Friday night.
Goalkeeper Jennifer Bannon, a 2009 graduate of East Greenwich High School, recorded three consecutive shutouts.
The Avengers, who just bumped back up to D-I this year, have a 10-1 record and are ranked #2 in D-1.
Led by team co-captain Ben Fazio, the team scored 106, a whopping 30 points better than second-place finisher South Burlington (Vt.) High, at the Woods Trail Run Invitational Saturday.
By winning against the previously undefeated Quakers, the Avengers remain tied with Middletown in first place.
La Salle stays at No. 1, while East Greenwich moves up one spot, to 14.
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