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NORTH SMITHFIELD – It was a windy, frigid night last Friday on its home turf field, but the players on the North Smithfield High boys’ soccer team kept themselves warm by posting a 7-0 victory over a former Division I team, Shea High, in their Division II matchup.

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WOONSOCKET – The Shea High football team returned the game’s opening kickoff for a touchdown in its Division II-B showdown against Woonsocket High last Saturday at Barry Field, but the rest of the after… More

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JOHNSTON – If the fourth quarter of high school football games somehow lasted 10 minutes instead of 12, then the Scituate High football team would be perched among the undefeated teams in Division IV. More

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JOHNSTON – It has been 13 years since the North Providence High football team kicked off a Division IV season with an 0-3 mark, but on Saturday night, the Cougars came dangerously close to matching that… More

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WOONSOCKET – Scoring a goal in the game’s opening minutes and adding an insurance goal during the final five, the Mount Saint Charles Academy girls’ soccer team kicked off its Division II season on the … More

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LINCOLN – Despite graduating seven starters from a talented squad that lost to eventual champion Cumberland in last year’s Division II semifinals, the Lincoln High field hockey team could be on its way to an impressive season, especially after kicking off its Division II-B schedule with thre… More

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NORTH SMITHFIELD – It’s been a long time since the Ponaganset High football team played in a down-to-the-wire contest, but that’s what happened to the Chieftains last Friday night in their non-league opener against the North Smithfield/Mount Saint Charles co-op team at North Smithfield High. More

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NORTH PROVIDENCE – The red carpet was rolled out for the community last Friday night for the North Providence High football team’s Division IV opener against neighboring rival Smithfield High at the high school’s newly turfed and refurbished Serio Field. More

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CENTRAL FALLS – Back in Division IV for the first time since 2015, the Central Falls/Blackstone Valley Prep/Achievement First co-op football team kicked off its season on the right foot last Saturday afternoon with a 50-0 victory over Hope High at Macomber Stadium. More

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WEST GREENWICH – Senior quarterback Antonio Cabral and junior tailback Danny Rose each scored two touchdowns and teamed up to run for nearly 300 yards last Saturday afternoon in the Davies Tech football team’s season-opening 30-12 win on the road over the Exeter-West Greenwich/Prout co-op team. More

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GLOCESTER – As expected, the Ponaganset High football team, which won 15 of its last 16 games in Division IV and captured the D-IV championship last fall, is playing in Division III this season in the RIIL’s offseason realignment. More

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PAWTUCKET – Even though there are only three returning starters who played on both sides of the ball, the numbers are high on this season’s Tolman High football team, which has nearly 65 players on its roster. More

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PAWTUCKET – When Dino Campopiano became the full-time athletic director for the city’s two public high schools last fall, it appeared that his decades-long career as the Shea High head football coach was going to be coming to a close. More

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The members of the North Providence Little League’s ages 7-8 all-star baseball team, which repeated as the champions of the Christopher Andreozzi Memorial Tournament last month at Slater Park, are, in front from left, Nathan Sheehan, Gavin Adams, Santino Bianco, Parker Raymond, Jordan Vieira… More

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NORTH PROVIDENCE – It was a long summer for the North Providence-Smithfield Babe Ruth Baseball League, but it culminated with Pauly Penta’s Deli walking off with a 4-3 victory over Courts Sporting Goods in the third and deciding game of their best-of-three title series last Wednesday night a… More

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PAWTUCKET – The Blackstone Valley Prep’s annual 5K Run/Walk and Kids Fun Run, which has been described as “an opportunity for scholars, families, staff, and members of the community to come together and enjoy a fun-filled morning celebrating health and wellness” will return to Slater Park on… More

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SMITHFIELD – When the Smithfield High football team began its preseason workouts 2 1/2 weeks ago, the Sentinels found themselves with an unusual problem that the program most likely had never seen in its 55-year existence. More

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WOONSOCKET – It’s been said that in order to win a championship, you have to win the offseason, and the Woonsocket High football team certainly did its part to put together a productive nine months away from the gridiron. More

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SMITHFIELD – Smithfield native Bob Bellemore, right, who is the founder of the Smithfield High boys’ hockey program and was the Sentinels’ first coach in 1968, joined his son, Bruce Bellemore, in receiving his R.I. Hockey Hall of Fame medallion during the formal ceremonies of the Hall of Fam… More

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NORTH PROVIDENCE – It’s the dawn of a new era at North Providence High, and that’s not just because the school will be unveiling a brand new turf facility on its campus that’s sure to rival the state’s top complexes. More

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PAWTUCKET – The North Providence Little League’s Minor Division ages 7-8 all-star baseball team repeated as the champion of the Christopher Andreozzi Memorial Baseball Tournament on Sunday night by grabbing a thrilling 4-3 victory over the King Philip Little League of Bristol in the title ga… More

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CUMBERLAND – When the state’s 43 high school football programs were ranked prior to the RIIL’s offseason realignment, based on their winning percentages, enrollments, and success in the playoffs, Cumberland High found itself perched at number five, which according to head coach Josh Lima, “i… More

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WOONSOCKET – Owners of a 3-4 record, including an ugly 33-18 loss to Lincoln, and only two regular-season games left on its schedule, the Woonsocket High boys’ basketball team’s hopes of reaching the Mount Saint Charles Summer Basketball League finals for a record sixth time appeared grim. More

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SCITUATE – After spending the past 28 seasons as an assistant coach, the first two at Johnston High and the last 26 for one of the state’s legendary head coaches, Damon Scarduzio is finally calling the shots as the head coach of the Scituate High football team. More

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CRANSTON -- Lincoln native Rob Gaudreau, right, stands alongside his brother, Scott Gaudreau, as he proudly displays his R.I. Hockey Hall of Fame medallion that was presented to him during the formal ceremonies of the Hall of Fame’s Enshrinement Celebration & Dinner last Saturday at Rhod… More

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PAWTUCKET – When the quarterfinals for the 22nd annual Christopher Andreozzi Memorial Baseball Tournament took place on Tuesday night at Slater Park’s Cosimini and Ruthowski Fields, the host team was not among the eight teams in action. More

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CUMBERLAND – Chris Wright hadn’t played in a baseball game in New England in more than three years, but the former Cumberland High and Bryant University standout more than made up for lost time earlier this month. More

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PROVIDENCE – Becoming a world champion in the shot put earlier this month at the World Athletics U20 Championships in Cali, Colombia was truly a marvelous accomplishment for Tarik Robinson-O’Hagan, but the Woonsocket All-American thrower has his sights on bigger and better accolades down the road. More

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WOONSOCKET – In its first year participating in the Woonsocket Little League’s Jim Carr Memorial Jimmy Fund Tournament, the Scituate Foster Little League’s Minor Division ages 8-10 all-star baseball team won five of its six games to capture the championship at Lajoie Field. More

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WOONSOCKET – The Lincoln Little League’s Minor Division ages 8-10 all-star baseball team made its 12th straight trip to the finals of the Woonsocket Little League’s Jim Carr Memorial Jimmy Fund Tournament last week at Lajoie Field, but were unable to top a team that was a newcomer to the tou… More

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CUMBERLAND – After spending this past spring and summer in their dugouts and the coach’s boxes, the Cumberland Youth Baseball & Softball League’s baseball and softball managers and coaches stepped onto the diamond and took center stage for a fun-filled, nine-inning fundraiser softball ga… More

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NORTH PROVIDENCE – Two weeks after sharing the regular-season title, Pauly Penta’s Deli and two-time defending champion Admiral are on the verge of dueling each other again – this time for all the marbles in the North Providence-Smithfield Babe Ruth League championship series. More