October 24, 2014
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With the high school football season just past the midway point, it's do-or-die for a lot of teams. Cranston West will try to knock off Barrington, while Cranston East will try to stay in the race … more
The CLCF Bombers U12 Gold girls softball team captured the RI ASA Fast pitch Fall Ball Cup by beating their cross-town rival, Cranston Ravens Gold, 11-3 on Sunday, Oct. 12th in the championship game … more
IN THE POCKET: Darrio Carter, pictured two weeks …
The Cranston East football team dropped its second straight game Friday night, surrendering 17 unanswered points in the second half to fall to La Salle, 31-14. With the score tied 14-14 going … more
Cranston West alumna Tressa Cannata was selected as the Little East Conference’s player of the week on Monday after going 3-0 on the tennis court over the past week for Rhode Island … more
INTO THE AIR: Emma Jutras sets the ball up for …
The Cranston East volleyball team ended the first half of the season with a 6-2 record and victories over all the teams that were below it in the standings. In the second half of the season, East … more
Cranston Western Little League staged the Little Rhody Fall Ball Tournament earlier this month in honor of its founder, Mike Varrato, the league’s late president. Varrato had run the tournament for … more
AIR BALL: Cranston West's Derek Motta settles a …
The Cranston West boys’ soccer team didn’t celebrate Monday’s Senior Night with a victory. But the Falcons’ 0-0 draw with Lincoln was better than the alternative. A loss would have almost … more
After earning its first Division I victory two weeks ago, the Crnaston West football team kept up its level of play this weekend with a 49-16 non-league victory over Division II Chariho on Friday … more
Vartanian, the state’s leader in saves, was outstanding in goal on Monday, making 14 saves in a 0-0 draw against Lincoln. Celebrating his Senior Night, Vartanian's performance helped the Falcons … more
STAR OF STARS: East's Marquem Monroe stiff-arms a …
It would have been impossible for Tom Centore not to notice Marquem Monroe’s talent, in a different way than he’d noticed players in the past. The next big thing, certainly at Cranston East, … more
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