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LINCOLN – After reaching the state finals for the past six seasons and capturing five championships along the way, an unusual thing happened to the Upper Deck Post 14 American Legion baseball team in its return to the “Final Four” of the state tournament last July.

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NORTH PROVIDENCE – The Scituate Post 19 Junior Division baseball team was unable to pick up a victory in the opening week of the R.I. American Legion season, as last Saturday afternoon, Scituate slipped… More

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PROVIDENCE – The Lincoln High girls’ outdoor track and field program has boasted several outstanding athletes in its proud 48-year history, but never did anyone accomplish what junior Jillian Leahy did … More

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SMITHFIELD – The Smithfield High baseball team will have three players suiting up for Division II collegiate teams next spring, and last Wednesday, June 8, two of them, Matt Belleavoine and Luca Maiello… More

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WOONSOCKET – The bad news for Woonsocket High All-American Tarik Robinson-O’Hagan last Saturday afternoon was that he didn’t win any gold medals at the New England Outdoor Track & Field Championship… More

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PAWTUCKET – After posting a 6-0 victory in the opening game of last week’s best-of-three Division II semifinal-round series with Westerly High, the St. Raphael Academy baseball team was unable to pick up another win that would have sent the Saints to their first championship series since 2004. More

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PAWTUCKET – St. Raphael Academy junior Devan Kipyego boarded a flight to Seattle on Monday, two days before he was scheduled to compete in the mile run at the prestigious Brooks PR Invitational, but 24 hours earlier, the track and field standout decided to head to Slater Park to run in the i… More

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NORTH PROVIDENCE – After a five-week delay to its season, the North Providence-Smithfield Babe Ruth Baseball League finally kicked off its schedule last Tuesday night, June 7, with a doubleheader on a brand new turf infield. More

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NORTH PROVIDENCE – Signups for the North Providence Women’s Slowpitch Softball League’s summer season are still open, and interested players ages 18 and older can email rizz8@verizon.net or send a text to 401-447-9246 for more information or to join the league. More

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PROVIDENCE – The Cumberland High outdoor track and field program has traditionally savored success at the state championship meet, but it’s been quite some time since the Clippers celebrated a meet as amazing as the one they pieced together at last Saturday’s RIIL Championships at Brown Stadium. More

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CRANSTON – It’s been nearly a decade since the Smithfield High boys’ lacrosse team won three straight Division III championships, but last Saturday afternoon, in a battle between the Division IV’s top two teams at Cranston Stadium, the Sentinels were able to stay one step ahead of the only t… More

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PROVIDENCE – After being stunned in the Division II finals last year by Cumberland High, the Mount Saint Charles Academy boys’ tennis team, with almost its entire lineup back from last spring, finally pulled off an undefeated season with a 4-0 victory over Smithfield High in the D-II champio… More

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PROVIDENCE – Ever since she won her first state title in the long jump at last February’s RIIL Indoor Track & Field Championships with a school-record leap of 17 feet, 11 inches, Smithfield High junior Lauren Boyd has worked hard and done everything she could to eclipse the magical 18-fo… More

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CRANSTON – A determined and focused Mount Saint Charles Academy boys’ lacrosse team capped its second straight undefeated season, but first in Division II, by posting an impressive 17-5 win over Cumberland High in their D-II title game last Saturday at Cranston Stadium. More

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PROVIDENCE – After being stunned in the Division II finals last year by Cumberland High, the Mount Saint Charles Academy boys’ tennis team, with almost its entire lineup back from last spring, finally pulled off an undefeated season with a 4-0 victory over Smithfield High in the D-II champio… More

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PROVIDENCE – A season after losing to Central four times, including in the Division IV championship game, the Shea/Tolman co-op softball team returned to Rhode Island College last Friday night with its sights set on turning the tables on the Knights for a bigger prize – the Division III titl… More

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JOHNSTON – Facing one of the state’s best pitchers in its Division II playoff opener last Tuesday night, May 31, the North Providence High baseball team came out swinging and hit the ball with authority. More

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PROVIDENCE – Elaina Furtado-Rahill accomplished something significant last Saturday night that hadn’t been done by an athlete in the North Providence High girls’ track and field program since its 2006 inaugural season. More

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GLOCESTER – As Woonsocket High head baseball coach Tommy Brien walked toward the parking lot after his team’s game on April 8 at Ponaganset High got suspended after six innings, with the score tied at 3-3 and darkness settling on the campus, he had a feeling that he hadn’t seen the last of t… More

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CUMBERLAND – It’s been said time and time again that “it’s not how you start, it’s how you finish,” and make no doubt about it, the players and coaches on the Lincoln High baseball team are certainly pleased with how their regular season wrapped up last week. More

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SMITHFIELD – The good news for the Smithfield High softball team last Wednesday night, May 25, was that the Sentinels ruled its showdown for first place in the Division I-North standings with Cranston West and rolled to a 10-0 mercy-rule win that was halted in the bottom of the fifth inning. More

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WOONSOCKET – One of the youngest runners on the Woonsocket High boys’ outdoor track and field team captured the 8th annual George Nasuti Novans Pride 5K Run/Walk on Monday morning, as freshman Mathew Gomez topped a field of 140 participants in a time of 19:12. More

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EAST PROVIDENCE – Senior Michael Houle had an outstanding afternoon and shot a season-best, nine-hole round of 38 for the North Providence High golf team in its West Division playoff match last Tuesday, May 24, against the Wheeler School and Johnston High at Agawam Hunt Club. More

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PAWTUCKET – Two former Tolman High baseball players who graduated from THS in 2019 recently earned conference honors with their respective collegiate teams, as Izaiah Rivera, a sophomore shortstop at Rhode Island College, received Third-Team All-Little East honors, and James Coleman, a sopho… More

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LINCOLN – Two Pawtucket mixed martial arts fighters with 2-0 records, lightweight Dion Rubio and featherweight Tyrime Da Silva, will be on the undercard at Classic Entertainment & Sports’ CES 69 show on Friday, June 17, at 8 p.m. at Bally’s Twin River Lincoln Casino Resort’s Event Center. More

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CENTRAL FALLS – Thanks to its come-from-behind 3-2 victory over Exeter/West Greenwich last Thursday night in its regular-season finale in its home gym, the Central Falls High boys’ volleyball team, in only its first season as an RIIL program, will play in the Division III playoffs as the six… More

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LINCOLN – The Lincoln High boys’ volleyball team celebrated its ‘Senior Night’ in style and added another ‘W’ to its perfect season on Monday by cruising to a 3-0 victory over Mount Pleasant in their Division III match inside the Lions’ gym. More

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COVENTRY – Grace Carr’s outstanding junior year with the Cumberland High girls’ track and field program continued last Saturday with a record-breaking afternoon at the Class A outdoor championship meet at Coventry High. More

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LINCOLN – Thanks to its 8-4 win last Thursday over Lincoln and a 16-5 victory two nights later at home over the Providence Country Day/Blackstone Valley Prep co-op team, the North Smithfield High girls’ lacrosse team finished the Division III regular season with a perfect 12-0 record. More

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SCITUATE – Veteran Scituate High head tennis coach Peter Ceprano was eagerly looking forward to the 2020 season with his boys’ team, and that wasn’t because he wanted to see what the Spartans could do for an encore after earning a share of the previous year’s Division III regular-season titl… More

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COVENTRY – Breaking records with impressive throws has been nothing new for Woonsocket High All-American thrower Tarik Robinson-O’Hagan, and at last Saturday’s Class A championship meet at Coventry High, the University of Mississippi-bound senior broke two meet records, including his own 11 … More