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LINCOLN – After notching an undefeated record in September and a four-game win streak during the first couple of weeks of October, the North S… Read more

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CUMBERLAND – A “revenge game” was on tap for the Cumberland High field hockey team last Saturday morning at Tucker Field, as the Clippers picked up a 1-0 victory over South Kingstown in the final game o… More

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SCITUATE – Playing four games in a five-day stretch is a lot to ask from any high school soccer team, and when three of those games are against some of the division’s best teams, that makes for a very d… More

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NORTH PROVIDENCE — Homecoming Day games don’t get as entertaining as the one that the North Providence High football team enjoyed last Saturday afternoon. More

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NORTH PROVIDENCE — When the North Providence High girls’ tennis team makes its program’s first appearance in the Division II playoffs this week, the Cougars will do so riding a great deal of momentum an… More

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REHOBOTH, Mass. – A battle of undefeated girls’ tennis teams, and a possible preview of Saturday’s Division III championship match, did not go St. Raphael Academy’s way last Wednesday afternoon, as the … More

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PAWTUCKET – A Division II crossover showdown that contained a lot of penalties saw the St. Raphael Academy football team keep its composure and come away with a hard-fought 21-14 victory over Mount Plea… More

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CUMBERLAND – There are a lot of experienced players, as well as six captains, listed on the Blackstone Valley Prep girls’ soccer team’s roster this season. More

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SMITHFIELD — For a team that had battled adversity for the past few weeks, the players and coaches on the Smithfield High football team had a reason to smile last Friday night. More

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SMITHFIELD – An avid runner, Marianne Currie has spent the past few years venturing to road races around the southeastern part of New England, and during last year’s pandemic, she even headed to New Ham… More

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REHOBOTH, Mass. – A battle of undefeated girls’ tennis teams, and a possible preview of Saturday’s Division III championship match, did not go St. Raphael Academy’s way last Wednesday afternoon, as the … More

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PAWTUCKET – A Division II crossover showdown that contained a lot of penalties saw the St. Raphael Academy football team keep its composure and come away with a hard-fought 21-14 victory over Mount Plea… More

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CUMBERLAND – There are a lot of experienced players, as well as six captains, listed on the Blackstone Valley Prep girls’ soccer team’s roster this season. More

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SMITHFIELD — For a team that had battled adversity for the past few weeks, the players and coaches on the Smithfield High football team had a reason to smile last Friday night. More

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SMITHFIELD – An avid runner, Marianne Currie has spent the past few years venturing to road races around the southeastern part of New England, and during last year’s pandemic, she even headed to New Ham… More

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WOONSOCKET — Dr. Day Care became the first team in recent memory in the Field of Dreams Senior Softball League to capture four straight championships, thanks to its sweep of Lepine Financial Services in their best-of-three title series at Cold Spring Park’s Baldelli Field. More

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NORTH PROVIDENCE — Thanks to last week’s come-from-behind 4-3 victory on the road over Mount Hope, the North Providence High girls’ tennis team became the first squad in its program’s history to qualify for the Division II playoffs. More

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EAST PROVIDENCE – The North Providence High girls’ soccer team saw its seven-game unbeaten streak come to an end last Saturday night in its Division II showdown against East Providence High on the Townies’ campus, as the hosts scored twice in the second half to pull out a 2-1 victory. More

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PAWTUCKET – Using a balanced attack, the St. Raphael Academy football team remained undefeated in Division II play and notched its second straight shutout by posting a 21-0 win over rival Tolman High last Friday night at Max Read Field. More

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BURRILLVILLE – It took some time for the Shea High football team to get into the flow of last Saturday afternoon’s Division I-B showdown against Burrillville High, but when things finally started to click for the Raiders, it was too little, too late, as they came up short in their 15-6 loss … More

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LINCOLN — The Lincoln Council Knights of Columbus and the Town of Lincoln’s Parks & Recreation Department will again join forces to host their annual Youth Soccer Challenge for boys and girls ages 9-14 on Saturday at 9 a.m. at Lincoln Middle School. More

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BOSTON — Cumberland resident Maria Chevalier turned in an excellent performance in her 11th straight appearance at the Boston Marathon on Monday, as the Wampanoag Road Runners president turned in a time of 3:50:52 that marked the third straight race that she had finished it in under four hours. More

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NORTH SMITHFIELD — From 2017-2020, no Division II boys’ soccer team had enjoyed as much success in the regular season as North Smithfield High, which posted a 37-8-8 record during that time, finished atop the standings in 2018, and reached the D-II title game in ‘18 and ‘19. More

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SMITHFIELD – Thanks to an exciting 4-0 victory over Toll Gate last Friday night at the Boyle Athletic Complex, the Smithfield High boys’ soccer team improved its Division II record to 7-2 and its win streak to six games, with all six resulting in shutouts. More

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CUMBERLAND — Kicking off a season with 10 victories is far from an easy task, especially in the state’s top division, and the players and coaches on the Cumberland High girls’ soccer team will be the first people to attest to that fact. More

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BURRILLVILLE — There’s no place like home, and unfortunately for the Lincoln High boys’ and girls’ cross country teams, they were unable to treasure the comforts of hosting Northern Division meets on their 3.1-mile course at Chase Farm this fall. More

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NORTH PROVIDENCE — The North Providence High girls’ tennis team certainly gave its fans plenty of reasons to treasure the Cougars’ first home game in 18 days. More

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PAWTUCKET – Falling behind by a 2-1 score in the second half of its Division III contest against Westerly High last Thursday night, the St. Raphael Academy girls’ soccer team came back to net its most exciting victory to date. More

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CUMBERLAND — After spending the month of September competing against their Northern Division opponents, the Cumberland High boys’ and girls’ cross country teams headed north on Route 95 on Friday morning to test their mettle against some out-of-state competition. More

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SCITUATE – A season after posting its first winning record since 2016, the Scituate High girls’ volleyball team is enjoying another excellent season this fall, and doing so in a tougher division. More

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PROVIDENCE – North Smithfield native and Rhode Island College senior Alex Bourque was recently recognized as the top male collegiate tennis player who hails from this state during the 2020-21 season by the U.S. Tennis Association at a special ceremony held in the Governor’s Lounge in the Rho… More

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SMITHFIELD – After taking last year off following its successful 2019 debut on the area’s road racing circuit, the Beaver Dash 5K will take place on Sunday, Oct. 17, at 9 a.m. at the Thirsty Beaver Hometown Pub & Grub on Cedar Swamp Road. More

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LINCOLN –The Lincoln High boys’ soccer team saw its grasp on first place and its bid for an undefeated season slip away last Friday night in their Division II showdown against Cranston West at Ferguson Field. More

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CUMBERLAND — The Cumberland High School Athletic Hall of Fame Committee recently announced its Class of 2021 inductees, and highlighting the class is Cumberland High head boys’ basketball coach Gary Reedy, who will be welcomed into the Hall of Fame along with his Division II championship tea… More

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NORTH PROVIDENCE — After spending the entire month of September on the road, the North Providence High football team finally played in its home opener last Friday night against the Juanita Sanchez/Providence Country Day/Wheeler co-op team. More

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PAWTUCKET – The meet started out cold and damp and finished in a monsoon on Monday afternoon, but the St. Raphael Academy boys’ and girls’ cross country teams easily swept their dual meets with their neighboring rivals at Slater Park’s 3.1-mile course. More

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PAWTUCKET – Fifteen days away from Game Day action couldn’t slow down the St. Raphael Academy football team’s dominant start to its season last Saturday. More

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EAST PROVIDENCE – It’s been quite a few seasons since the North Providence High girls’ soccer team rolled into the month of October in the middle of a race for a regular-season title, but that’s where the Cougars find themselves as they surge into a nine-games-in-15-days stretch in their Div… More

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CUMBERLAND – She knew that time wasn’t on her side, but when Kim Chula-Maguire set the wheels into motion to return the Franklin Farm 5K to the back roads of Cumberland, one of her goals was to surpass the number of runners and walkers that took part in the inaugural race in 2019. More

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SMITHFIELD – The Cumberland High girls’ cross country team added three more victories to their impressive win streak in the Northern Division on Monday afternoon by sweeping Smithfield, Mount Saint Charles Academy, and Blackstone Valley Prep at Deerfield Park’s 3.1-mile course. More

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GLOCESTER — Five months after losing in the Division IV Super Bowl and watching its bid for an undefeated season slip away, the Ponaganset High football team looks every bit like a team on a mission this fall. More

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WOONSOCKET – The Woonsocket High girls’ volleyball team didn’t have its best showing of the week last Thursday with its 3-0 loss at home to Juanita Sanchez, but the Villa Novans bounced back the following night on their home court to post a 3-1 win over Shea for their first victory. More

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SMITHFIELD – For the second time in 11 months, the Smithfield High boys’ and girls’ cross country teams faced neighboring Cumberland High in a battle of undefeated Northern Division squads, only to fall short in their 3.1-mile showdowns. More

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CUMBERLAND – The 7th annual B. Glad Memorial 5K Run and Walk is returning to the Monastery on Saturday, Oct. 16, at 10 a.m., and all the proceeds from the event will go directly to the town’s Happy Basket Program, which provides more than 700 food baskets during the Thanksgiving and Christma… More

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WOONSOCKET — Mount Saint Charles Academy is currently searching for nominees for the fifth induction class to its Athletic Hall of Fame. The ceremony will take place at the school on Saturday, March 12, 2022, and the school is looking for nominees to be submitted by Oct. 31. More

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FOSTER – The 9th annual South Foster Volunteer Fire Company’s Fall Foliage 5K and 10K, which is returning to the region’s road racing schedule after a year’s absence, will return to Foster’s historic town center on Saturday, Oct. 16, at 9 a.m., at the fairgrounds on 183 Howard Hill Road. More

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EASTON, Mass. – Stonehill College senior outside hitter and former Ponaganset High All-State standout Abby Remick was recently named the Northeast-10 Conference Volleyball Player of the Week for the first time in her outstanding career. More

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PAWTUCKET – The St. Raphael Academy and Tolman High girls’ tennis teams will return to Slater Park this afternoon to continue their Division III showdown from last Thursday, which saw both teams deadlocked at 3-3 before that afternoon’s rain suspended the match. More

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BURRILLVILLE – After winning the Division II championship last season, the Lincoln High field hockey team is looking to defend its title this fall with several returnees leading the way, but after four games, the Lions have yet to click as a team. More

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CUMBERLAND – The 7th annual B. Glad Memorial 5K Run and Walk is returning to the region’s road race schedule on Saturday, Oct. 16, at 10 a.m., at the Monastery, and all the proceeds from the event will go directly to the town’s Happy Basket Program, which provides more than 700 food baskets … More

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CUMBERLAND – Cumberland High senior Nick Zerva has built an impressive resume in the decade he’s been swimming competitively, starting with his days with the Woonsocket YMCA Whalers’ team and continuing with his time with the Bryant Bulldogs and Crimson Aquatics programs and the Clippers’ RI… More