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EAST PROVIDENCE — A few days after realizing they needed more points than they thought to earn a spot in the upcoming playoffs, the members of the East Providence High School boys’ soccer team … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School girls’ soccer team, having long before secured a berth in the upcoming Division II championship tournament, completed its 2019 regular season … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School boys’ soccer team entered the week thinking it needed at least four points from its final four regular season games to qualify for the upcoming … more
Two of the greatest leaders in Barrington High School sports history will be inducted into the Rhode Island Interscholastic League High School Athletic Hall of Fame this month. Former coaching … more
The Mt. Hope tennis team clinched Division II with 12-1 regular season record as they head into the playoffs this week.  Some team members participated against the best tennis players in the … more
Lauren Jay and Sonya Pareek can proudly say they are the number one doubles team in the state this fall.  Lauren and Sonya defeated a team from LaSalle Academy in the RI State Tennis Doubles … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Firefighters Freak 5k Road Race, presented by East Providence Firefighters Local 850, took place Sunday morning, Oct. 20, on and around the streets of the East … more
The Portsmouth girls basketball team held on to beat North Kingstown, 42-35, at Portsmouth High School on Friday night. Senior captain Haley Alves led the way scoring 17 points for the Patriots. … more
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