Friday, September 30, 2011
The Rams receive all 12 first place votes. New teams to the poll are Narragansett and St. Raphael’s.
Unsurprisingly, La Salle remains at the top of Rhode Island Sports Media football poll following a 38-21 victory against No. 5 Portsmouth. The Rams received all 12 first place votes. Rounding out the top five are Cranston West, East Providence and Hendricken. The Falcons beat the Townies, causing a flip-flop in the poll, and Hendricken moved up a spot thanks to a tough 21-20 win against No. 11 South Kingstown. Barrington stayed at No. 6, with an easy victory against North Kingstown. South Kingstown dropped two spots, to No. 11, following the loss to Hendricken. Rogers remains the highest ranked Division III team, at No. 12. The Vikings destroyed Lincoln 41-6. Division III Narragansett also made it into the poll, at No. 15, thanks to a 7-0 …
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Three players record multiple point efforts in 4-1 NK victory.
The North Kingstown High School boy's soccer team defeated Central High School by a score of 4-1 Tuesday evening at the Anthony Perry Athletic Complex. Junior midfielder Chris Hess scored two goals, while senior forward Nick Ferguson added a goal and an assist. Senior midfielder Matt Lamb also chipped in with two assists. NK got on the board in the 22nd minute on a corner kick from sophomore forward Evan Gaudreau. Gaudreau chipped a high arching ball to the back post where Hess was waiting, unmarked, for an easy header to take a 1-0 lead. "We needed to get off on the right foot and take the weight off our shoulders," said Hess. Coming off back-to-back losses, the Knights entered the game with a handful of disciplinary suspensions and three…
Monday, September 19, 2011
Fall athletes at NKHS must attend tonight's presentation on the school's chemical health policy.
If you're a student athlete at North Kingstown High School, did you know that a single cigarette can cost you a game? Or, that an alcoholic beverage can leave you on the bench for two? According to the school's chemical health policy, underage drinking and drug/tobacco use can come with some stiff penalties. All first-time athletes or club participants and their parents must attend tonight's presentation on the school's chemical health policy.Learn more about the policy here. The presentation kicks off tonight at 7:30 at the high school.