The Middletown High School Islander Wrestling Team competed at the Westerly Chad Antouch Memorial Tournament on Saturday
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Monday, December 3, 2012
Middletown High School won the Division III Super Bowl on Sunday night with a 33-21 victory
Sunday, December 2, 2012
Middletown takes advantage of two turnovers by East Greenwich in the second half to take the Division III Super Bowl 33-21.
EAST GREENWICH – Middletown capitalized on a pair of East Greenwich turnovers early in the second half to score 14 points and salt away a Division III Super Bowl victory, 33-21. The Islanders had a 19-7 lead with 1:28 left in the first half, but EG’s Andrew Miner ran a picture perfect two-minute, no huddle offense to score in about 60 seconds. The Avengers went into the break trailing 19-14 as a result. However, Middletown held the Avengers to a three-and-out on their initial possession of the second half. East Greenwich limited Middletown to six plays on their drive, but Alex Cleary couldn’t handle a punt, and the Islanders took over on EG’s 33-yard line. Shemar Vincent recovered for Middletown. It took Middletown seven plays, but …
Monday, October 3, 2011
Middletown High's football, boys' soccer, girls' soccer and girls' tennis teams all posted wins last week as the fall sports season moved into October.
It was another successful week for the football, boys’ soccer, girls’ soccer and girls’ tennis teams at Middletown High as the fall sports season entered its second month. BOYS’ FOOTBALL See highlights and photos from Friday's game in East Greenwich. BOYS’ SOCCER Middletown scored twice in the first half and made it stand up the rest of the way during a 2-0 Division II-South victory over Narragansett High. James Violet and Jonathan Wildeman netted goals for the Islanders, while Violet and Will Daughan were credited with assists, and keeper Kyle Hassan recorded 6 saves. Earlier, Middletown recorded an historic triumph when it snapped a halftime stalemate with three second-half goals and shocked host East Greenwich High, 4-1, in a Division …
Sunday, September 25, 2011
Using a dominant defensive effort and a timely touchdown, the Mariners remain undefeated in Division III play with a 7-0 win Saturday afternoon against Middletown.
NARRAGANSETT – Although they took their sweet time in doing it, the Mariners used a lockdown defense and a pounding running game to wear down the Middletown Islanders 7-0 on Saturday afternoon. Narragansett (2-1, 2-0 Division III) had chances in the first half to take the lead, but fumbled multiple times, once less than a yard from the goal line. However, senior running back Francis Castrovillari regained his composure in the fourth quarter, and formed a good one-two punch with fellow senior Willie Perkins in the backfield. The Mariners finally broke a 0-0 deadlock with 1:22 remaining. Perkins set up the play with his running on the drive. He had first down carries for 28, 11 and 15 yards, setting up a first-and-goal from the six-yard …
Friday, September 23, 2011
The La Salle Rams capture 10 of the 12 first place votes in the second week of the Rhode Island Sports Media Football Poll. Middletown remains outside the poll.
Following an early season victory against the No. 1 Hendricken Hawks, the La Salle Rams have vaulted into the top spot of the Rhode Island Sports Media Football Poll. La Salle has been dominant in its two games so far this year, a 34-7 win against Division III Rogers, and this past weekend, a 39-14 win against the Hawks. Hendricken fell to No. 5 in the polls with the loss. East Providence moved up a spot, to No. 2, with a 48-14 win against North Kingstown. The Skippers are the sole Division I team to not be ranked, and they also did not receive a single vote for the Top 20. Cranston West jumped two spots to No. 3, thanks to a 20-15 win against Barrington. The Eagles fell from No. 4 to No. 6. Portsmouth shifted up to No. 4, thanks to the …
The Middletown Islander High School Freshman football won at home against Ponaganset High School Thursday night.
The Middletown High School Islanders Freshman Football Team is on a roll, with a 3-0 record this season. The Islanders won again at home against the Ponaganset High School Chieftains Thursday night with a final score of 50 to 0. The Islanders are quickly proving that they are on top of the wave. This team wants everyone to know they are "in it to win it" this season. The Islanders' next game is Thursday Sept. 29 at 3:30 p.m. against Rogers High School at Toppa Field in Newport. See you there in your blue and white! Way to go Islanders! - Nicki Brobst
Saturday, September 17, 2011
At crunch time, here's a two-point conversion that paid off.
Finish big. It worked for the Middletown Islanders in their 2010 underdog-turned-championship season and it worked for them once again Friday night under the lights at Gaudet Field, with a game-changing fourth quarter sealed by a two-point conversion. Coming off two straight wins so far this season, Middletown found they had their work cut out for them Friday night as Classical High assumed an early lead in the first quarter and held onto it tightly until the fourth. Classical took a 7-0 lead with 5:55 left in the first quarter before scoring again in the second for a 13-0 hold with 8:49 left. The Islanders’ No. 22 Running Back Randy Butler responded with an 84-yard run into Classical’s end zone to put the Blue and White’s first six points…
Middletown High School's first home football game of the season brought out the "Blue and White" faithful Friday night.
Fans packed the stands for the first of four home football games this season to cheer on the defending Division III Superbowl Champs, the Middletown High School Islanders. Browse the photo gallery above for highlights and moments on the field and off. Read about Friday night's game.
Friday, June 3, 2011
The Islanders entered the first round of the playoffs and saw Grace Eng pitch another gem, as they took it to a scrappy Burrillville team, defeating them 3-0 and advancing to the next round.
The Middletown High School Softball Team had a stellar regular season, finishing 15-3 overall and earning a No.3 seed in the 2011 playoffs. They showed why they are a top seed on Thursday afternoon as No.1 starter Grace Eng took the mound for the Islanders against Burrillville and once more pitched on a level few can. Allowing a scant few hits over seven innings, she helped her team keep Burrillville at bay long enough for the Islanders to rattle off a few runs and defeat the Broncos 3-0 to advance to the second round of the playoffs. The first round of the softball tournament is single elimination, so the stakes couldn't be higher, and the Islanders did what they do. hey banded together, the played as a team, they backed each other up …