Archive - Nov 8, 2012 - Sports Article
Dino Campopiano and his Shea High gridders wonâ€™t get another crack at Cumberland or St. Raphael this season.
Conversely, if Brian Coteâ€™s Mount Hope squad were to cross paths with Woonsocket once again, such a matchup wouldnâ€™t take place until the Division II Super Bowl.
JOHNSTON â€” Shea High head coach Chris Daily and assistant Carl McCurdy find it rather strange how their Raiders play so well on the road but are inconsistent at best at their own arena, â€śThe Cage.â€ť
During the course of the Division III regular season, they managed only a 4-4 mark at home, but compiled a 6-2 record in foreign gymnasiums.
KINGSTON â€“ The match was ugly, but to East Providence, the end result was a thing of beauty.
The Townies nailed down their ninth victory in their last 10 matches on Wednesday night in one of their most important matches of the year â€“ their Division I semifinal-round matchup with the Prout School at URIâ€™s Keaney Gymnasium.
In a tightly-contested match that saw neither side bring out its best brand of volleyball, it was the Townies who shook off an opening-set defeat to down the Division I-South champion Crusaders, 3-1, and earn its first berth in the championship match in three years.