Championships Organized by School and Season
Organized by School
(Sports totals are available from sports' pages below)
Organized by Season
New England and National Championships
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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 divisions regular season champion will be listed
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 aplies to ClassC/Division III and Class D/Division IV.
3. I tried my best to correctly label the name of the Class/Division in all circumstances, but there are probably instances where I stated Class B but in actuality the division was named Division II (and vice versa).
4. 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.
5. Even though postseason championships for Dvision II, III, etc. are considered "State" championships, for the purposes of this site, I've differentiated them from a sport's top divisional championship by labelling only the latter as "State".
6. 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 Championships. The totals list of Division I/Class A championships only accounts for I/A titles won in sports where there was also a separate tournament/meet for a State title (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 State totals for those sports include the A championships from those time periods, the Class A totals for those sports include ALL Class A championships won, but the RI team titles totals include all Class A titles and only the state championship meets won---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 title and not 2)
7. Since a Division I-A or I-AA championship could be considered either the top divisional championship for that sport (State) or the second, the sport's team W/L pages, sport's championship totals pages, and the school pages (http://www.rihssports.com/CHAMPIONSHIPS%20ORGANIZED/BY%20SCHOOL/School%20Pages.html) clearly state whether it is State or non-State; All other references to Division I or Class A refer to State
8. 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 is not complete. The gaps from the list of Rhode Island team champions are listed below. If you can fill in any of these or individual championship gaps (such as golf or tennis), please let me know.
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