The Narragansett High School volleyball team has rebounded from its first rough patch.
After a 7-0 start, the Mariners ran into a tougher portion of their schedule and lost three straight matches to Block Island, St. Raphael and Rogers. They took a game from both Block Island and St. Raphael before getting swept by the Vikings.
On Monday, Narragansett snapped the slide with a sweep of Hope and moved to 8 -3 on the year. Even with the loss, the Mariners remain one of the top teams in Division III, sitting right behind first-place St. Raphael in D-III-A. Central leads D-III-B with an 11-2 record.
Narragansett has several tough ones ahead, including rematches with St. Raphael and Block Island and its first and only meeting with Central.
NK field hockey on a roll
The North Kingstown field hockey team had come a long way since opening the season with a 6-0 loss to East Greenwich. On Tuesday afternoon, the Skippers showcased just how far with a 3-2 victory in a rematch with East Greenwich. It was the first loss for the Avengers.
Ellie Drinkwater had two goals and Dempsey Campbell scored one for the Skippers, with Faith Powers adding two assists. Abbey Pezza made six saves.
North Kingstown has now won nine in a row. Several of those were non-league games, leaving the team with a 4-2 league record. They’ll take on another unbeaten team today when they host Moses Brown.
Skippers, Mariners keep up winning ways
North Kingstown and Narragansett both picked up victories in football action Saturday. The Skippers showed no ill effects from their loss to Bishop Hendricken the week prior, blasting past East Providence 35-0. Narragansett had a non-league game against Juanita Sanchez/PCD/Wheeler and rolled to a 42-0 win to push its record to 4-0.
North Kingstown moved up to No. 2 in the Rhode Island Sports Media poll, following the win and La Salle’s loss to Hendricken. Narragansett is ranked 16th.
Rebels fall to Barrington
After opening league play with two teams ranked in the top four of the Rhode Island Sports Media poll, the South Kingstown football team got a reprieve on Saturday but couldn’t get past Barrington. The Eagles won 21-6 at Curtis Corner Middle School, dropping the Rebels to 0-4. They’ll visit Moses Brown on Saturday.