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PORTSMOUTH/BRISTOL — Two games against Mt. Hope High School added up to two Division 1 wins for the Patriots varsity baseball team Friday and Monday. On Friday at Guiteras Field in … more
Senior Nick Morrison’s victory in the boys’ 200 meter race highlighted East Providence High School’s participation in the annual Classical Classic held at Conley Stadium in … more
PORTSMOUTH — In a battle of two undefeated Division II teams, the Portsmouth High varsity girls’ lacrosse made easy work of Burrillville on Saturday, winning 13-2 in impressive … more
The Huskies were swept in a two-game away and home series to South Kingstown, and lost to North Kingstown twice to fall from a tie for first place to a tie for 10th with a record of 4-4. more
Eva White, a Mt. Hope High School multi-sport athlete, will be recognized as student-athlete of the year in May. more
Barrington travels to Moses Brown to take on the undefeated Quakers Thursday. The game starts at 4:15 p.m. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — It’s no secret to keen observers, the East Providence High School boys’ lacrosse program has mostly struggled throughout its near 15 year history despite the best … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The emergence of the East Providence High School girls’ lacrosse team to date in 2022 from prior also-ran to now awesome has been as impressive as it’s been … more
Alexia Malone Oliver knew she wanted to be a part of the NFL since she was a little girl growing up in Bristol. Some dreams come true, and she was recently hired as a full-time member of the Denver Broncos medical staff. more
With six starters on a school trip to Greece, the Westport girls softball team took one on the chin as they lost to Diman 36-1 at home on Wednesday morning. The Wildcats fall to 1-2 in the Mayflower … more
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