Fall 2022 saw the most exciting sports season yet! Saints earned four championships and kept fans engaged all season long. Here are the highlights! 


Saints football had a fantastic season this year, finishing undefeated with a 10-2 record, led by senior captains Moses Meus, Lawrence Thornton III, Christopher Molina. As the top seed in Division II-A the team defeated Westerly in the playoffs, and Saints was headed to the Super Bowl!   

An exciting game was played at Cranston Stadium, with Saints topping Portsmouth, with a final score of 7-3. Ethan McCann-Carter had the play of the game, scoring the winning touchdown with 33.3 seconds left to play. Moses Meus was voted MVP by his peers for his extraordinary contributions. 

Boys and Girls Cross Country  

The cross country team is running stronger than ever. The boys team locked in the Class C championship, while the girls placed second in Class C, led by captains  Senior Devan Kipyego won the boys race with a time of 15:06.3, and senior Pedro Mayol also finished in the top 10 with a time of 16:38.0, both team captains along with senior Andrew Worden. Juniors Rory Sullivan and Chandaniey Boyce ran in with a one-two punch, taking second (18:58.2) and third (19:07.0), respectively. Junior Lindsay Cobb and sophomore Faith Perry also had excellent finishes in the top 25. 

Post-season, both teams competed in the New England Championships—the girls team qualifying for the first time in 27 years, thanks in part to the leadership of captains Chandaniey, Lindsay and senior Tyla Forbes. Tyla pulled off a fantastic performance with her 5th place finish at the state meet, earning points to qualify the team to go New Englands.  

Several members of both teams also qualified and ran in the Nike Cross Northeast Regionals in Wappingers Falls, N.Y. last weekend. This weekend, Devan qualified and ran in the Nike Cross Nationals in Portland, Oregon. 

Earlier in the month, Devan and Pedro both signed to run in Division I college programs. Pedro will be attending UMass Lowell and Devan will attend Iowa State University, joining his brother Darius ’21. 


Cheer pulled off a spectacular win, becoming 5-peat champions in the RIIL Game Day Competition. The large squad nailed their routines with precision and enthusiasm, earning them the top spot in D-III. Special congratulations to our seniors Natalya Cabral, Amber Francisco, Nicole Salazar and Theresa Valencia. 

Boys Soccer 

Boys soccer won their second D-III state championship in the last four years. After shuffling through Divisions I and II where the team had difficulty standing out, they returned to D-III where they had last dominated the field in 2019 with a championship. The team, led by senior captains Luke Meehan, Jaden Miranda, Milo Crisp and Justyn Martinez, finished the season with a record of 12-2-1, which led them to the playoffs.  

The team clicked when competing against North Providence in the final. The lone goal scored in the game came from junior Travis Chartier with a thrilling final 15 minutes remaining, securing the championship! As goalie, Justyn was stellar in keeping shots out of the goal for the entire game.  

Girls Soccer 

Girls soccer had a difficult season, posting a record of 3-5-4 in Division-III A. We salute seniors
Kaylee Estrela and Arianna Rodrigues and applaud them for their great teamwork!

Girls Volleyball 

Girls volleyball finished their season with a record of 6-10-0, in Division II, yet unable to clinch a spot in the playoffs this year. Salute to Class of 2023 players Olivia Harris, Jessica Lebrun, Isabella Silva and Ava Tavares. 

Girls Tennis 

The girls tennis team had a tough season in Division-II, after a visit to the playoffs last year. We say farewell to seniors Marlen Aguilar, Izzy Hughes, Theresa Roberge and Delaney Sweeney.