Fantasy Football Half-Way Recap: Lamar Jackson and Cooper Kupp Defy Expectations

Kaelib Courtwright, Sports Editor

December 5, 2019

Fantasy Football season is underway, and many students at NKHS have participated on multiple platforms this year. From veterans to newcomers, most participate for fun and to compete against people they know. Some owners try not to vary their draft style from draft to draft. Junior Sean Hodgson say...

A Coping Community

Chris Dunlaevy, Editor in Chief

January 31, 2019

The North Kingstown community as a whole was saddened after Miles Dodd, a graduate of the Class of 2018 of NKHS, took his own life on October 17th. The football team honored his memory at several games this season by making his jersey an honorary number and sending team captains out to hold it at the coin ...

Six seniors prepare to play Division I sports in college

Seniors Kiara Oliver, left, and Meg Maguire, right, sign their National Letters of Intent during a ceremony in November.  Maguire and Oliver are two of the six seniors who will be competing at the Division 1 level next year.

Jacob Maguire, Editor-In-Chief

April 8, 2017

As their final year of high school comes to a close, most seniors have begun to say goodbye to one of their favorite pastimes during their time at NKHS: varsity sports. The majority of these students will not participate in competitive athletics at the collegiate level, and some have already participa...

Freshman wrestler wins state title

Chris Dunlaevy, Sports Editor

April 8, 2017

North Kingstown freshman Kai Gallman won the Rhode Island freshman wrestling State Tournament this February. Gallman was “pretty happy” to win the state championship, as he said that, “it was what my whole season was building up towards.” He got started wrestling in the 7th grade, when a f...

December basketball game offers promising start to Boys Varsity season

Seniors Mike Ferrie, left, and Thor Brochu, back right, fight for the ball during their game against Cranston High School-West on Dec. 16. North Kingstown won the game, 68-48.

Chris Dunlaevy, Sports Editor

February 15, 2017

The Boys Varsity basketball team delivered a powerful defeat to Cranston High School-West on Dec. 16, 2016 at North Kingstown High School. While running fast breaks, fighting through the defense for points in the paint, and playing strong, physical defense, the Skippers looked absolutely dominant. By...

Kurdziel continues her career at Lafayette College

Amelia Oates, Managing Editor

May 31, 2016

As May 1 rapidly approached, seniors felt increasing pressure to decide where they were going next year before the time runs out.  However, some seniors had the weight lifted off their shoulders earlier than others when they committed to a college athletics team. Senior Tracy Kurdziel felt the pressure...

Athlete of the month: Ace of diamonds

Sabrina Oliver throws a pitch during a game.

Chad Beliveau, Sports editor

May 31, 2016

The last seconds of the 2014 RIIL Division 1 softball championship game dwindle away. The crowd is on their feet, yelling at the top of their lungs as the pitch is being delivered. The roar of the fans deafens all noises, making it difficult to hear the coaches in the dugout. The ball crosses the plate...

George continues football in college

Chris George dashes through the hole in the the opposing defense to score a touchdown for NK.

Stephanie Diraison, Staff Writer

May 4, 2016

During the fall, Friday night football games are the highlight of many peoples week. It’s hard to go to a football game and not hear the name “Chris George.” The senior captain is the runningback for the varsity team and an obvious stand-out. George is looking to continue his football career...

College recruitment – hard work pays off

Senior goal keeper Meghan O'Neill makes a save during a fall outdoor game for NKHS.

Jen Roth, Opinion Editor

May 4, 2016

For the students looking to pursue a typical post education high school, the college selection process may come easy. A student can get accepted and commit to a school within one or two weeks or get into their dream school right away. However, not all college journeys are this easy. For those looking...

Athlete of the month: Kiss his ace

Jake Owen leaps in the air to block a ball hit by the opposing team.

Chad Beliveau, Sports Editor

May 4, 2016

The last seconds of the 2013 RIIL Division 1 championship game dwindle away. The crowd is on their feet, yelling at the top of their lungs as the match point is being served. The roar of the fans deafens all noises, making it difficult to hear the coaches on the sideline. The serve slices through the...

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