January 26, 2020
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NEW BEDFORD - There was a laundry list of factors that could have led to a loss Friday night for the Dighton-Rehoboth boys basketball team. The Falcons blew a nine-point lead heading into the … more
East Providence beat a determined Central High boys basketball team on Tuesday night by an 80-73 score. In a Division I-A clash at a crowded East Providence High School gym, the Knights showed the … more
East Providence takes on Central in boys basketball tonight, Monday January 20th in a Division I boys basketball game at East Providence High School. The Townies sit at 4-1 (5-1 overall) in Division … more
NEW BEDFORD - Make no mistake about it, the Dighton-Rehoboth track teams have their sights set on a conference championship. Both the Falcons boys and girls teams took another step toward their … more
SEEKONK - Two quick Dighton-Rehoboth buckets to open the second half extended the Falcons’ lead to nine, 29-20, and prompted Seekonk coach Bill Paulo to call a timeout less than a minute into … more
FALL RIVER - The Dighton-Rehoboth/Seekonk hockey team is streaking toward the playoffs. The latest step up the ladder was Saturday night, and DRS responded with six goals and stellar defense in a … more
Martin Middle School Social Studies Department Coordinator, Robert Hanlon, has been appointed the new Assistant Principal at Mt Hope High School in Bristol, RI. Mr. Hanlon has also taught at … more
Sports Update [Photo gallery]
Seekonk High School Boys BasketballThe Warriors have all the ingredients for a successful season and are better than the 2-3 record they posted heading into press time before the New Year. The … more
Apponequet came out strong, but it was Dighton-Rehoboth that made plays at the biggest moments. more
The Falcons tied the game, took the lead and pulled away in the blink of an eye. Literally. more
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