January 20, 2021
Sports
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Rhode Island Interscholastic League sports continues to be on a roller coaster ride due to the Covid 19 Pandemic.  Now that fall sports were all curtailed with a few exceptions, it is the winter … more
On Sunday November 8th, the Bristol County Eagles 15/16U baseball team finished their season by winning the New England AAU Massachusetts Fall Baseball Championship, beating another local team, the … more
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Pandemic Continues to Interrupt School AthleticsThe high school athletic schedule continues to struggle through a pandemic impacted season.  For the first time since 1928, East Providence and … more
EPHS Girls Soccer Undefeated to DateThe East Providence High School girls soccer team is off and running with a 4-0 league record through the end of October.  The team has impressive wins over … more
The high school and middle school interscholastic sports schedules continue to be decimated by the Covid 19 pandemic.  The popular fall football season has been held off until possibly next … more
As the 2020 RYBSA baseball season comes to a close I would like to thank all of you the families of RYBSA for helping us have a successful season for all of our kids. This year brought many what … more
Dighton Rehoboth Regional High School is planning to offer a voluntary Strength and Conditioning program and a team specific Skills and Drills program for their athletes. “We are hoping that … more
The boys and girls lacrosse teams at Seekonk H.S. have finally been granted varsity status. After spending the 2019 season as a Club team and playing a mostly JV schedule, the team sat out the 2020 … more
Seekonk High School Sports had been set to resume on September 18, but will now be delayed due to concerns about athletes being infected with Covid-19. The Southcoast Conference Superintendents … more
The South Coast Conference, the league in which Dighton-Rehoboth and Seekonk high schools compete, has postponed its entire slate of fall sports until February due to COVID concerns. The … more
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