Sunday, March 10, 2013
Follow along with our live blog all of Sunday for play-by-play and results from the girls’ D-I, II and III title games, and the boys’ state championship.
Looking for live coverage of the Rhode Island High School basketball title games on Sunday? Patch has you covered! Narragansett Local Editor Stephen Greenwell will be on press row, providing play-by-play and live chat. Simply use the Cover It Live applet provided in this story, or download the free app from their website or the iTunes / iPhone store. The lineup of games is as follows: All games will be played at the Ryan Center on the Kingston campus of the University of Rhode Island.
Sunday, March 3, 2013
Narragansett uses a 25-0 run over the end of the first and the start of the second to beat the Avengers 54-48.
PROVIDENCE – With a decisive 10-minute, 25-0 run, Narragansett took a lead in the second half it wouldn’t surrender against East Greenwich en route to a 54-48 win Sunday in the quarterfinals of the Division II girls’ playoffs. Senior Maggie Salomone led the Mariners with 23 points, including a pair of 3s and two free throws during Narragansett’s run. Salomone chipped in three steals as well. Her play at the end of the first half helped start the Mariners run, which stretched from two minutes remaining in the first half to 8:26 remaining in the second half. During that time frame, the Mariners repeatedly turned over the Avengers, who also went cold from long range after six first half 3-pointers. East Greenwich didn’t hit a 3 in the second …
Thursday, November 22, 2012
Narragansett can’t dig itself out from an 18-0 deficit at the half and falls 24-14 to the East Greenwich Avengers.
NARRAGANSETT – East Greenwich’s Andrew Miner had three touchdown passes and was named offensive MVP in a 24-14 win for the Avengers on Thanksgiving Day at Narragansett High School. The Avengers (9-1, 7-1 Division III) took a 18-0 lead in the first half and never looked back. Although the Mariners (5-5, 4-4 Division III) made a run in the second half, they never came within a possession of East Greenwich. Junior Carney Crawford scored the first touchdown for the Avengers, getting six yards on a pitch with 4:41 left in the first quarter. The teams then traded stalled drives and turnovers, until the final four minutes of the second quarter. With 2:35 left in the first half, Miner completed a four-yard strike to senior Alexander Cleary, …
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
The Rebels will be favored for the first time in a while in a football game, and the Mariners have a possible playoff preview with East Greenwich.
Thanksgiving means many things to many different people, and for a large portion of the community, it’ll be a day dominated by football. The Narragansett Mariners will host the East Greenwich Avengers, while the South Kingstown Rebels travel to North Kingstown to face the Skippers. It’s the traditional rivalry game for both teams. Here are our capsule previews for both. All statistics from Rhode Island High School Sports and the RIIL. NARRAGANSETT VS. EAST GREENWICH The Mariners (5-4, 4-3 Division III) host the Avengers (8-1, 6-1 Division III) at 10 a.m. at Narragansett High School. Although both teams are playoff bound, the Thanksgiving showdown won’t factor into this at all. The seedings for the Division III playoffs are already set, …
Friday, August 31, 2012
Narragansett, North Kingstown, South Kingstown and East Greenwich all play in a charity event at Curtis Corner Middle School tonight.
Friday, August 31, 2012
To the editor, On Friday, Aug. 31, the first annual varsity boys’ soccer Fall Kick-Off Classic will take place at Curtis Corner Middle School. This charity event will include a soccer double header starting at 5 p.m. with Narragansett vs. North Kingstown, and will conclude at 7 p.m. with South Kingstown vs. East Greenwich. This event will be an annual charity game that will kick off the varsity season for the four local teams. Each year the event location will rotate amongst the schools, as will the charity being donated to. This year the game will be in South Kingstown, with the American Cancer Society being the selected charity. All proceeds from game admission as well as from event t-shirt sales will go to a donation being made to the …
Saturday, March 3, 2012
Join us, as we’ll be blogging all-day from the Bay View Academy, the site of the Division II girls’ basketball playoffs.
Can’t make it up to Bay View today for the Division II girls’ basketball quarterfinals? Patch has your solution, as Narragansett Patch’s Stephen Greenwell will be blogging all day from the games. For a full bracket, check out the RIIL’s site here. The slate for today: The opening round went all-chalk, as the remaining eight teams all defeated the underdogs. Last year’s champion, Prout, remains alive, but the runner-up – No. 8 seed Mount St. Charles – was eliminated by Rogers. The winners will play 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 6 at Rhode Island College in Providence. The Division II championship is Saturday, March 10 at the Ryan Center in Kingston.