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By STONE FREEMAN There was new legislation passed by the NCAA Division I Council earlier this month that has a direct impact both nationally and locally on fast pitch softball and the college recruiting process. The new rule states that, effective more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Over the past few years, local sporting referee numbers have dropped dramatically and it has taken its toll on many states and programs throughout the country. In Rhode Island, most sports have suffered from plummeting official numbers more
Watters key piece to CCRI volleyball By ALEX SPONSELLER The Community College of Rhode Island had a very successful campaign in volleyball this past season, finishing one game shy from the national tournament. A big reason for its success was more
The Warwick Police Athletic League held a state-wide jamboree for boys and girls youth lacrosse this past weekend at the fields at Bend Street. Teams from across the state participated in this … more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Bishop Hendricken boys tennis team seemed to be unstoppable throughout most of the regular season. The Hawks were flying high at 15-0, getting wins against defending champ South Kingstown and powerhouse Barrington. However, more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Warwick Vets Junior High Hurricanes baseball team was ousted from the playoffs after losing 8-1 to the Feinstein Middle School Falcons during the state quarterfinals at Rice Memorial Field on a rainy Tuesday afternoon. The game was more
By PETE FONTAINE Autograph seekers beware: if you're planning to attend this Sunday's Rhode Island Reds Heritage Society Reunion, you'd better have plenty of pens and extra paper. Fact is, the highly-acclaimed non-profits 18th Annual Reunion, which will more
A limited number of spots remain for Elite NBA trainer Rob McClanahan's upcoming basketball clinic, April 14-15 at Bishop Hendricken High. McClanaghan, who has worked with Steph Curry, Kevin Love, Russell Westbrook and more, is hosting a clinic at his more
By RYAN D. MURRAY Flood Auto baseball defeated the Cranston Dirt Dawgs 5-2 on Saturday morning at Hendricken's Ray Pepin Field. Flood Auto got a complete-game gem from starting pitcher Jonas Kendra, who struck out three hitters while yielding just two more
By RYAN D. MURRAY Toll Gate Titans baseball dropped its season opener 9-2 to the East Providence Townies at Pierce Memorial Field on Thursday afternoon. East Providence junior Julian Reis led the way with two hits and four runs batted in. Titans' junior more
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