Recent Results
Saturday, 10/20/2018
  Field Hockey - Girls JV
  vs. Tabor
L   |  0-3
  Field Hockey - Girls Thirds
  vs. Portsmouth Abbey
L   |  1-4
  Cross Country - Boys JV
  vs. Portsmouth Abbey
vs. St. Sebastian's
SG 35, PA 22
  Cross Country - Boys Varsity
  vs. Portsmouth Abbey
vs. St. Sebastian's
Other (SG 20, St. Sebastian's 44- SG 34, Portsmouth Abbey 22)
CHANGED: This event is combined and the boy's will run at 2pm.
  Field Hockey - Girls Varsity
  vs. Tabor
L   |  0-7
  Soccer - Boys Varsity
  vs. Tabor
L   |  0-1
  Soccer - Boys JV
  vs. Tabor
L   |  0-1
  Soccer - Girls Varsity
  vs. Tabor
L   |  0-5
  Soccer - Girls JV
  vs. Tabor
L   |  2-3
  Cross Country - Girls Varsity
  vs. Portsmouth Abbey
23-33
  Cross Country - Girls JV
  vs. Portsmouth Abbey
23-32
  Football - Boys Varsity
  vs. St. Mark's
L   |  6-20
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Athletics at St. George’s

“I believe we have the proper perspective on athletics. We think students learn certain things playing sports that they won't learn anywhere else in terms of teamwork, dedication and sportsmanship. It’s an extension of what we do in the classroom.“

John Mackay, Dean of Afternoon Activities

Athletes of the Week
Posted 10/15/2018 10:30AM
This Dragon has been a great addition to the girls cross country team. In the last few meters of the team's race against Groton last week, Camryn kept pushing to the end and passed another runner on the final stretch. As the only third former on the team, she has quickly solidified her spot on the varsity ranks. She puts forth her best effort on and off the course and this has made her an inspiration to her teammates.

Girls Cross Country

This Dragon has been a great addition to the girls cross country team. In the last few meters of the team’s race against Groton last week, Camryn kept pushing to the end and passed another runner on the final stretch. As the only third former on the team, she has quickly solidified her spot on the varsity ranks. She puts forth her best effort on and off the course and this has made her an inspiration to her teammates.

Posted 10/08/2018 10:00AM
On and off the field, this Dragon has been an incredible support to her teammates and a player her coaches can rely on. Before the game last week against Nobles, she and her fellow captains got the team together for a pregame pep-talk and it proved to be effective since the team won 4-1 and this player scored all four goals. Her positive energy, team first focus and work ethic have been quiet valuable all season.

Girls JV Soccer

On and off the field, this Dragon has been an incredible support to her teammates and a player her coaches can rely on. Before the game last week against Nobles, Alafair and her fellow captains got the team together for a pregame pep-talk and it proved to be effective since the team won 4-1 and this player scored all four goals. Her positive energy, team first focus and work ethic have been quiet valuable all season.

Posted 10/08/2018 10:00AM
Thanks to members of the girls varsity and JV programs who played in the Maddie Potts Invitational Tournament at Middletown on Sunday. Maddie was a senior at Chariho High School who tragically passed away on the field during a game against Middletown last September. It was a great day of soccer and the Potts family was on hand to see the joy brought together to celebrate Maddie's legacy.

Girls Soccer Program

Thanks to members of the girls varsity and JV programs who played in the Maddie Potts Invitational Tournament at Middletown on Sunday. Maddie was a senior at Chariho High School who tragically passed away on the field during a game against Middletown last September. Middletown Senior captain Kate Homer organized the fundraiser as her senior capstone project and SG competed against Portsmouth and Middletown in the round robin. Tiverton and Rogers also participated. It was a great day of soccer and the Potts family was on hand to see the joy brought together to celebrate Maddie’s legacy.

Thanks to: Kate Rogers, Alafair Cutler, Lilly Connell, Rayne Kayzee, Grace Tatirosian, Alex O’Loughlin, Maizy Nunes, Maya Bardorf, Brady Pattee, Pippa Shaw, Olivia Mastrangelo, Chiron Rose, Caroline Rios, Sion Park, Maya Florendo, Callie Holland and Peyton Mulhern. Coaches: Kate Farrell, Neile Golding and Sarah Mongan. Trainer: Jeff Nadeau offered volunteer coverage for the tournament on behalf of the RIATA.

A Coeducational Boarding and Day School for Grades 9 Through 12
St. George's School
372 Purgatory Road Middletown, Rhode Island 02842
401-847-7565
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