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ONE MORE STEP: La Salle football players …
For years and years, two of the best, most traditional high school football programs in the state of Rhode Island always seemed to avoid each other when it mattered most. Boy, have things … more
UNDER IT: Power Kanga puts his hands out to make …
League play began around the state this past weekend, and the Bishop Hendricken football team picked up right where it left off from last season. The Hawks opened up with a 34-14 win over East … more
CONTACT: Kelsie Fitta takes a swing during …
The calendar may be turning to fall, but it’s still softball season at Winslow Park. Apponaug Girls Softball has its fall-ball season in full swing, with games running until October 4. Teams were … more
Heartbreak was the order of the day last weekend as Warwick-natives Kelsey Imondi and Nicole Leahy tasted defeat on the soccer pitch with silverware and automatic bids to the NCAA tournament on the … more
NO WHERE TO RUN: Vets running back Mickenzey …
It started out well enough on Saturday, as halfway through the second quarter the Warwick Vets football team was down only 12-7 to Woonsocket. But before long, the ’Canes were in an all too … more
READY, SET: Hendricken quarterback Alex Mulvey …
Last Friday night, the Bishop Hendricken football team played a key game against La Salle, and the atmosphere was fitting of the state’s best rivalry. This Saturday that rivalry will occur again … more
There are many rivalries in high school sports around the state. Some of the best that come to mind are Cranston East-Cranston West, North Kingstown-South Kingstown and Pilgrim-Warwick Vets. … more
CARLA PORRAS
On Saturday, the CCRI Lady Knights women’s soccer team… more
Apponaug captured the Master’s Division title …
The autumn leaves were a perfect background for Apponaug Girls Softball (AGS) playoffs this weekend. Sixteen teams from the major, senior and masters division played Saturday at Winslow … more
FLYING: Greg Fontaine, pictured last season, is …
There weren’t too many positives taken from last year’s Warwick Vets’ hockey season. The team went just 2-16 overall, compiling four points en route to finishing sixth out of seven teams in … more
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