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MSC's Sayles savors win at state track meet

June 4, 2011

PROVIDENCE — Waiting to compete in the high jump at Saturday’s RIIL Outdoor Track & Field Championships, Mount St. Charles Academy’s versatile junior Ali Sayles nearly missed the finals of the 100-meter high hurdles.
It’s a good thing she got there in time. A few minutes after hustling her way over to the starting line, Sayles was crowned an individual titlist.
“It’s just crazy,” she said. “I wasn’t expecting it at all.”

MSC shocks Lions; Clippers win in 10 innings

June 4, 2011

LINCOLN — Down, but not out.
That was the mindset of the players of ninth-seeded Mount St. Charles Academy during their Division I playoff matchup with top-seed Lincoln High on Saturday.
Facing a three-run deficit entering the seventh inning, the underdog Mounties scored four times in the final frame en route to a 4-3 win over the Lions in the opener of the double-elimination tourney at Lonsdale Elementary School.
Taylor Messier tied the contest at 3 with a two-run double and teammate Emily Hendricks drove in the game-winner with base hit in the gap.

Lions meet their match in Div. II finals

June 4, 2011

PROVIDENCE — Lincoln High’s perfect season came to an end at the hands of … a perfect season.
In Saturday’s clash between two unbeaten teams trying to etch their names into the Rhode Island Interscholastic League history books, it was Tiverton that emerged with an unblemished record — and the Division II state championship.
A late second-half comeback fell short for the Lions, who watched the Tigers celebrate a 12-8 victory at Rhode Island College to cap a 17-0 campaign.

BMR awards 104 diplomas

June 4, 2011

BLACKSTONE – As students, they made it through difficult economic times and the challenges of an unsettled and dangerous world.
Now the future looms for 104 members of Blackstone-Millville Regional High School’s Class of 2011, and the purple-and-gold-dressed graduates walking into the school’s 41st commencement Friday evening were told to count on successes already achieved to make it a bright one.
High School Principal Richard Porter pointed to the evening’s perfect weather as making the ceremony a special one just as would the performances by a “fabulous” BMR band and chorus.

Bellingham High grads hope their future's bright

June 4, 2011

BELLINGHAM - On a breezy, cool Friday evening, 115 Bellingham High School Blackhawks completed 13 years of formal schooling and they did it with class and style.
"What beautiful weather," outgoing School Superintendent David N. Fischer said at Friday's 73rd annual commencement exercises to honor the Class of 2011 graduating seniors. Yesterday's postcard-perfect weather saw the ceremony held outdoors for the first time in three years.

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WOONSOCKET – Citing personal reasons, Interim Schools Supt. James A. DiPrete tendered his resignation Thursday, school...

 

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