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(Sports totals are available from sports' pages below)

 

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New England and National Championships

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Pre-RIIL Champions

 

Championships Won by RI Schools in Non-RIIL Sports

 

Championship Notes

 

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Soccer

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Fast-Pitch Softball

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Volleyball

Golf

Outdoor Track

Lacrosse

 

Notes on High School Championships

 

 

1. Unless Specified, all champions are the winners of a postseason championship tournament and not the regular season. In the years that no postseason was held or teams could not compete in any postseason tournament/Championship, that division’s regular season champion will be listed as the division champion.

 

2. When Class B/Division II teams could compete for the State Championship, only the years when Class B/Division II held its own postseason tournament are those champions listed. In the years when there existed only one postseason tournament and B/II Teams were allowed to compete in it, the B/II regular season champions are not listed as the II/B Champions for those years. This also applies to ClassC/Division III and Class D/Division IV.

 

3. In 1993 Warren merged into Bristol High School and the school was renamed Mt. Hope. All championships won by Warren and Bristol are not included in any championship totals for Mt. Hope.

 

4. Even though postseason championships for Dvision II, III, etc. are considered "State" championships, for the purposes of this site, only the top divisional championship is labelled as "State" in order to differentiate it from the others.

 

5. The totals list of Division I/Class A (Non-State) championships only includes I/A titles won in years in which there also existed a separate tournament that was considered the top for its sport (State title). This means when a team wins a Division I championship that is considered the State championship for that sport (i.e. Gymnastics), that Division I championship is included under the totals section for State championships but not under the totals for Division I (Non-State) Championships.

(From 1932-1945 Boys Cross Country did not have a State championship meet, from 1932-33 to 1954-55 Boys Indoor Track did not have a State championship meet, and from 1933-1946 Boys Outdoor Track did not have a State championship meet so the Class A championships from those time periods are included in the State totals AND the Class A totals for those sports. However, the RI total team titles will only count that title once---i.e. if a team won the Class A title in a year when there was no State tournament, only 1 title would be added to their RI total team title and not 2.

 

6. If a postseason tournament is named after a geographical location (or are named after honorary figures or school size) instead of being named Class A/Division I (examples include Northern, Metropolitan, Suburban, Eastern, Large, Medium, Small, etc.) but its team composition is based on team strength (i.e. all of the sport's top teams are in one divisional tournament and a second tier in another) then those championships are considered to be the equivalent of State, Division I (Non-State), Division II (etc.) championships and are included in those totals.

Examples include:

  • Football divisional championships in 1942-1947 and 1961-1965
  • Wrestling Sectional championships in 1971-72 through 1989-90
  • Girls Ice Hockey 2014-15
  • Girls Indoor Track Class Meets 1992-93 to the present

If the postseason tournament's team composition is based solely on geography (or are named after honorary figures) instead of being named Class A/Division I and the sports' top teams are spread across multiple divisions/tournaments then they are not considered to be the equivalent of State, Division I (Non-State), Division II (etc.) championships and are not included in those totals.

Examples include:

  • Boys Soccer Divisional championships 1972-1973
  • Boys Indoor Track Divisional championships 1996-97 to present
  • Boys Outdoor Track Divisional championships 1997-present
  • Girls Indoor Track Divisional Meets 1991-92 and 1994-95 to the present
  • Girls Outdoor Track Divisional championships 1981-present

 

7. The list of New England (http://www.rihssports.com/CHAMPIONSHIPS%20ORGANIZED/RI%20New%20England%20Championships.htm) and National championships (http://www.rihssports.com/CHAMPIONSHIPS%20ORGANIZED/RI%20National%20Championships.htm) won by Rhode Island schools may not be complete. The gaps from the list of Rhode Island individual and team champions are listed below. If you can assist in filling these gaps please email rihssports5555@gmail.com.

 

 

Team

Wrestling

1975-76 Metropolitan Sectionals

1975-76 Suburban Sectionals

(Unsure if Metropolitan Sectionals existed in 1979-80, 1980-81, and 1982-83 through 1987-88)

1982-83 Suburban Sectionals

1982-83 Central Sectionals

1983-84 Suburban Sectionals

1983-84 Central Sectionals

1986-87 Central Sectionals

1987-88 Suburban Sectionals

1987-88 Central Sectionals

1995-96 B Sectionals

1999-00 B Sectionals

Cheerleading

2017-18 Medium Schools

 

 

 

 

Individual

Boys Tennis

1933-1935 Singles

1933-1935 Doubles

1940 Doubles

1943-1945 Singles

1943-1945 Doubles

1947-1948 Singles

1950-1951 Singles

1954 Singles

1947-1953 Doubles

1957 Doubles

1959 Singles

1961 Singles

1959-1960 Doubles

1963 Doubles

1981 Singles

1994 Doubles

1998 Doubles

 

Girls Tennis

1974-1975 Singles

1974-1976 Doubles

1978-1980 Doubles

1982 Doubles

1997-1998 Doubles

 

Golf

1946-1962 Individual

1964 Individual

Cheerleading

2017-18 Individual

 

Links for Current Standings, Scores and Schedules

RIIL

Providence Journal

MaxPreps

 

Information on Schools & the RIIL

 

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