Rhode Island High School Football 2022 Live: Rhode Island’s 1st All-Conference Player of the Year in Nearly 20 Years

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The Ocean State will have a new last name for its high school football in 2022. After decades of the “small school” culture, almost all of the schools are now classified as “big.” With that being said, high school football in Rhode Island will once again become much more competitive. All 32 teams mentioned below should be able to compete at a sub-state level by 2022. The current 21 schools have just completed construction on their brand new indoor facilities and are fully renovated to accommodate the growing number of players they have on their roster. Below is a list of all 32 schools with their most recent conference affiliation:

Event:Rhode Island School Football
Start Date:August 2022
Broadcast:NFHS Network
State:Rhode Island
Live Stream:Watch Here

Hope High School – Hope Athletic Conference

Hope High School – Hope Athletic Conference Hope High School has a long-standing tradition of excellence in football. The school’s team colors are green and gold. They are located in Providence, Rhode Island. Their conference is known as the Hope Athletic Conference. Hope has a rich history of producing NFL talent over the last 30+ years. Two former NFL Players who played at this high school are the Washington Redskins’ Jamison Crowder (WR) and the Kansas City Chiefs’ Anthony Sherman (FB). Other notable football alumni include Will Hagerup (Michigan State – OT), Kyle Olugbode (Stanford – LB), and Jamil Davis (Pitt). Former NFL players who also played for Hope High School are Jerome Pathon, Jerome Pathon Jr. and Luther Blunt.

Exeter High School – Merrimack Valley Conference

Exeter High School’s team colors are maroon and white. They are located in Exeter, Rhode Island. Their conference is known as the Merrimack Valley Conference. Exeter has had a strong football program for decades. However, they have only recently resurfaced on the Division I football scene. Notable football alumni include Graham Brackett (Massachusetts – S) and Mike Moore (Boston College – LB).

Bryant High School – Coastal Athletic Conference

Bryant High School’s team colors are navy and orange. They are located in Smithfield, Rhode Island. Their conference is known as the Coastal Athletic Conference. Bryant High School is a relatively new school. It was formed in 2007 when Bryant School District merged with William H. Shaw School District. Bryant High School’s football team has won the state championship twice in its short history. Notable football alumni include Vinny Curry (Philadelphia Eagles – DE), Antonio Gates (Los Angeles Chargers – TE), and Carlos Feliciano (Guitar Player for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame).

Central High School – Conroy Conference

Central High School’s team colors are navy and gold. They are located in Central, Rhode Island. Their conference is known as the Conroy Conference. Central High School is one of the oldest high schools in the Rhode Island. It has a long-standing football tradition. Notable football alumni include Kyeth Walford (Boston College – OL).

LaSalle HS – IAC Sports League

LaSalle High School’s team colors are red and white. They are located in Providence, Rhode Island. Their conference is known as the IAC Sports League. LaSalle High School is one of the newest schools in the state. It was only formed in 2013. Notable football alumni include Dexter Williams (Notre Dame – RB).

Middletown HS – Merrimack Valley Conference

Middletown High School’s team colors are purple and white. They are located in Middletown, Rhode Island. Their conference is known as the Merrimack Valley Conference. Middletown High School has one of the most storied football programs in the state. They are one of the oldest schools in the state of Rhode Island. Notable football alumni include Bob Gagliano (Head Coach at Bryant High School), Mike Bowen (Head Coach at Smithfield High School), and Ed Johnson (Former NFL Head Coach).

Bishop Hendricken HS – IAC Sports League and NECAA Championship Game Qualifier.

Bishop Hendricken High School’s team colors are black and gold. They are located in Warwick, Rhode Island. Their conference is known as the IAC Sports League and NECAA Championship Game Qualifier. Bishop Hendricken High School has been a consistently strong football program over the last decade. They have been one of the best teams in Rhode Island since the early 2000’s and have won the IAC title seven times. Notable football alumni include Chandler Fenner (Denver Broncos – S), Marcus Gilbert (Pittsburgh Steelers – OT), and Da’Quan Bowers (New York Giants – DE).

Warwick HS – NECAA Championship Game Qualifier.

Warwick High School’s team colors are red and black. They are located in Warwick, Rhode Island. Their conference is known as the NECAA Championship Game Qualifier. Warwick High School is a relatively new school. It was formed in 1996. Notable football alumni include Jared Blanton (Boston College – WR), Terry Kirby (Former NFL RB), and Craig Wilsons (Former NFL TE).

Woonsocket HS – NECAA Championship Game Qualifier

Woonsocket High School’s team colors are purple and white. They are located in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. Their conference is known as the NECAA Championship Game Qualifier. Woonsocket High School is a very new program. They were only established in 2013. Notable football alumni include Tristan Haggard (Boston College – TE).

Conclusion

Rhode Island High School Football 2022 Live: Rhode Island’s 1st All-Conference Player of the Year in Nearly 20 Years The Ocean State will have a new last name for its high school football in 2022. After decades of the “small school” culture, almost all of the schools are now classified as “big.” With that being said, high school football in Rhode Island will once again become much more competitive. All 32 teams mentioned below should be able to compete at a sub-state level by 2022. The current 21 schools have just completed construction on their brand new indoor facilities and are fully renovated to accommodate the growing number of players they have on their roster. The only thing that will separate Rhode Island from being a football powerhouse again is time.

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