Friday, January 13, 2012
The East Greenwich Jaguars Under 10 girls soccer team
The U10 Anchor Girls Soccer team, the EG Jaguars, is on a roll this winter season, having won the eight-week winter I session that ended Dec. 17, as well as a day-long winter tournament on Dec. 30. On the team are Gabriela “Speedy” Daumont, Leah “L J” Josloff, Bryn “Slash” Shunney, Carlie “Glove” Minghella, Skyler “Sharky” Sullivan, Danielle “Blondie” Boisvert, Julia “Bolt” Blessing, Sabrina “Piba” Smulever, Madison “Hacksaw” Rogers, Sophie “Wall” Johnson, Susie “Zeus” Mueller, Grace “Nails” Pelletier, Molly “M&M’s” Morvillo. The team is coached by Vaji Daumon, with help from Assistant Coach Allison Shunney.
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
In a close match with Falmouth Academy, Rocky Hill’s defense kept Falmouth at bay in the final minutes of the SENE championship game.
After falling to Falmouth in two regular season games, Rocky Hill players wanted to prove that they had what it took to beat their rivals. They followed through on that goal, with a 10-9 victory on May 20th. Rocky Hill scored first, with a goal each by Andrew Nota and Ben Hardy. At the end of the first quarter, however, Falmouth scored four goals and another at the beginning of the second quarter. Rocky Hill retaliated as Joe Jordan scored three and Andrew Nota scored two, making the score 7-6 at halftime. The third quarter had been Rocky Hill’s weak point throughout the season, but the team showed its determination by shutting Falmouth out in that quarter. In addition to the defensive efforts, Jordan and Nota each scored a goal in the …
Sunday, May 29, 2011
The undefeated team will meet Cranston West in the final on Monday.
The boys tennis team continued its romp through Division 2 with a 4-1 win over Portsmouth Saturday at Wheeler Farm. It will play Cranston West in the final Monday. Quick EG wins by first doubles team Aidan McNamara and Jason Brown first, 6-0, 6-3, then Chris Shea at fourth singles, 6-1, 6-0, put the pressure on Portsmouth, but wins by Chris Mainiero at third singles and Andrew Perkins and Nikhil Mahadevan at third doubles sealed the deal for the Avengers. In the playoffs, play is suspended after a school gets four wins. “This is the toughest match Portmouth’s given us all year,” said Brown afterwards. EG beat Portsmouth twice during the regular season. Despite that, EG was nervous starting out, according to Coach David Kelaghan. “They were…