October 13, 2015
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SHOWING SUPPORT: Above, Cranston Mayor Allan Fung …
Many family members and supporters of the Cranston Western Little League team made the trip out to Williamsport, Pa., for the Little League World Series, which began last Thursday. But for those … more
BATTLING: Will Nebus and Cranston Western will …
Cranston Western split its first two games at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa., over the weekend, falling to Taylors, S.C., 7-1, on Friday before using a five-run first inning en … more
A CHAMPION’S WELCOME: Warwick North’s Hailey …
The Warwick North softball team received a hero’s welcome Thursday evening upon their return from the Little League Softball World Series in Portland, Ore., where they finished as the world … more
GETTING SET: Warwick North and Salisbury, N.C., …
Culminating a spectacular week of playing in the prestigious Little League Softball World Series, the Rhode Island state and East Regional champion Warwick North All-Stars (14-2 overall, 4-2 LLSWS) … more
OVERWHELMING SUPPORT: A group of Warwick North …
More than 100 family members, friends and fans poured into Dave’s Bar and Grill on Post Road for a viewing party to watch Warwick North’s 5-4 victory over Iowa in the Little League Softball World … more
Rhode Island’s state and East Regional champion demonstrated that it has the potential of possibly adding a third title to its impressive list of accomplishments. Warwick North won Pool A and … more
Former Warwick Vets football standout Nicholas Salois is getting it done on the gridiron and in the classroom at Bridgewater State University. Salois was recently named team captain for the … more
ONE WIN AWAY: Warwick North’s Bryanna Rastella, …
Warwick North moved a step closer on Tuesday night in its quest to become just the second team from Rhode Island to be deemed world champion. In the World Series semifinals, Warwick North held … more
RISING TO THE OCCASION: Cranston Western’s Nick …
After his team’s biggest win of the season on Sunday, Cranston Western Little League manager Gary Bucci said the best thing that happened to them all year was actually a loss. The loss in … more
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