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By RYAN D. MURRAY The New England Frozen Lemonade Shields 43 baseball team iced South Kingstown Post 39 by a final score of 7-1 on Monday evening in its season opener. 2018 Toll Gate graduate Matt Martinez earned the win for NEFL, pitching a complete more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Cranston East Thunderbolts baseball team blasted the Pilgrim Patriots 7-0 on Saturday morning at Pilgrim High School. East junior ace Giovanni Canales pitched a complete-game shutout, giving up just two hits with one walk and five more
Warwick Continental’s Elmwood Sports took third place in the major division City Series with a 9-5, extra-inning win over Apponaug. With the game tied at 5-5 in the top of the eighth inning, … more
The CCRI golf program has encountered nothing but success in recent years, entering the upcoming spring season after winning five consecutive Region XXI titles. The Knights will be looking to continue their regional more
The ninth-seeded Toll Gate girls’ basketball team traveled to Cumberland to take on No. 8 Blackstone Valley Prep in the preliminary round of the Division III playoffs on Friday evening. more
Terrific Titans It's spring sports time, and that means the Toll Gate High boys' volleyball team will be trying to spike its way to the Rhode Island Interscholastic League title. The Titans varsity includes (kneeling in front from left) Joe Roache, Aiden more
Bishop Hendricken wasn’t able to defend its indoor track state crown on Saturday at the Providence Career and Technical Academy, but it did post another impressive effort, earning second place at the RIIL state championship meet. more
When play started two weeks ago for Continental American Little League, it was more like winter endurance training than spring ball. It was raw and cold. Coats were required and parents who turned out were wearing gloves and they weren't fielding balls. more
The Bishop Hendricken swim team picked up some momentum heading into this Saturday’s RIIL state meet by cruising to victory at the Division I championship meet at Roger Williams University on Sunday. more
By JOHN HOWELL While Apponaug Girls Softball isn't immune to declines in youth participation in softball across the country, in part attributed to growing interest in lacrosse and the competition for time with so many activities, Jay Walsh is encouraged more
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