EPHS Girls Soccer Undefeated
The girls soccer team is undefeated with a 6-0 record through the end of September. The Townies defeated the following opponents to date: Middletown, Providence Country Day, Shea,
Tolman, Blackstone Valley Prep Mayoral Academy and Central High School.
On September 11th the Townies honored 9/11 heroes (see story elsewhere this issue) and defeated Providence Country Day 7-0. Grace Abrams had three goals for the Townies and Alyssa DeOliveira chipped in two goals.
EPHS Football Exciting Victory Against St. Ray's
For most of the Townie St. Ray's football game late last month, the Townies were in a 6-0 deficit after the Saints scored and then missed the point after attempt. The East Providence defense came up big most of the game stopping any further Saints scoring threats.
Although the Townie offense was slow to get anything going, Townie Head Coach, Jay Monteiro was pleased that his players never gave up. The game was played mostly in a steady mist or light rain and both teams had to deal with the weather.
Townie veteran halfbacks Dion Hazard and Juan Diaz were still suffering from illness and it was tough for EP to move the ball on the ground.
"We needed this win tonight," said Monteiro. "I stressed the need to stay together, be a team on all counts and just don't give up." The Townies never gave up and with 33 seconds left in the game the Townies scored and gained the come from behind win on a Justin Pena run and a clutch PAT kick from Nick Oliveira. Setting up the winning touchdown were at least three key passes from Pena to Jalen Alves. It was the Townies 1st win of the young season.
Football 2017 Roster: Bednar, Christopher,WR/DB ; Rodriguez, Tereso, WR/DB; Santiago, Emmanuel, RB/LB; Pena, Justin, QB/S Parsons, Aaron, QB/DB; Dumapias, Arman Royce, WR/LB; LaDuke, Justice, WR/FS; Tavares, Zeke, QB/P; Hazard, Dion,RB/SS; Oliveira, Nicholas, K; Fanara, Zachary WR/LB; Alves, Jaren, WR/DB; Diaz, Juan, RB/DE; Maciel, Richard,TE/DE; Barnes, Exondus, WR/DB; Ogunronbi, Anuoluwapo,WR/S; Chattelle, Todd, RB/LB ; Alvernaz, Lucas, WR/DB; Ferro, William, WR/DB; Barahona, Justin, WR/DB; Frias, Ismael, WR/S; Almeida, Kaleb, WR/LB; Martins-Carroll, Adam, RB/LB; Robertson, William, FB/LB; Urquhart, Dennis, TE/DE, Frias, Leonel, G/DT; Andrade, Daniel, C/DE; Lopes, Emanuel, G/DT; Amaral, Tyler, G/LB; Gomes, Carew, G/DE; Collins, Shawn, G/DT; Soares, Andrew, TE/DE; Vazquez, Joshua, G/DE; Charron, Evan, OT/DT; Soares, Evan, G/TE; Conti, Robert, OT/DT; Craig, Xavier, G/DT ; Amaral, Zachary, C/DT; Brasil, Justin, OT/DT; Pedini, Alex, OT/DT; Green, Cameron, WR/DE; DeSousa, Dylan, TE/LB; DaRosa, Rico OT/DL ; Head Coach: Jay Monteiro, Assistant Coaches: Mark Janton, Robert Delgado, James Lanier, Luke Bahry, Jay Briggs, Brad George, Chris Dame, Tim Wienclaw, Frank DeVall and Athletic Trainer: Amanda Moran.
The defending champion Townies Tennis team had a convincing 6-1 victory over Shea High last month. Lilian Conti, Meg Amore and Jessica Coelho won matches as did the Ep doubles teams. The Townies won three doubles matches to go with their singles wins.
Roster: Megan Amore, Danira Cardoso Sequeira, Lillian Conti, Katarina Correia, Jessica Costello, Skyla DaSilva, Caislin Francis, Rose Lawrence, Raissa Luu, Mary McBride, Mello, Riley, Northup, Michelle Ramsey, Emily Ramsey, Holly Shankar, Ashley Trowbridge, Blake Turner, Madison Head Coach: Kathy Dias, Assistant Coach: Kris Rose, Team Captains: Lillian Conti and Athletic Trainer: Amanda Moran.
Middle School Cross Country Meet
The Martin boys and girls competed last month at Riverside middle school in a tri- meet against Riverside and Kickimuit middle school. The Martin boys split the contest 1 and 1 beating Riverside but barely losing to Kickimuit. Strong performances came from Andrew Worden, Trevor Leduc, Kendrick Faria, Billy Roche, and Jermaine Moore. On the girls side they earned a clean sweep shutting out both teams in impressive fashion. 5 out of 7 top finishers were from Martin with Katherene Diaz Araujo winning the meet. Other top finishers were Michelle Diaz Araujo, Emma LeDuc, Brittney Carlson, Amari Johnson, and Kelda Garcia.
Martin Middle Boys Soccer
The Martin Boys Soccer team had a great outing in their first home game of the season, winning 4-2 over visiting Portsmouth. The Wildcats dominated the whole game. Max Collins scored two goals, one by Ryan DeCampos, and one by Denzel Ganeto. Assists by Isaac Swanson, Brett Schwab, Max Collins and Denzel Ganeto. Nick Bento had a solid effort in goal.
Martin Middle Soccer
The wildcats prevailed at Thompson Middle School late last month by a score of 6-1. Brett Schwab had 5 goals, Ryan DeCampos 1 goal, 2 assists. Other Assists were by Justin Petion and two by Nathan Capelo.