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The Gershkoff Auto Body/Elmwood Sportscenter-Auburn Post 20 Junior Legion team beat previously undefeated Cumberland Upper Deck twice in the state championship series to become the 2017 American Legion Junior Division more
The pitching of right-hander Anthony Melise and timely hitting led the Cranston Bulldogs to a 1-0 series lead in its quarterfinal matchup with Slocum on Friday evening at Lischio Field in North Kingstown, with Cranston more
David Ciolfi stepped down this year after serving a seven-year stint as the president of Edgewood South Elmwood/Cranston East Little League. Ciolfi, who has taught local kids baseball and life skills for nearly two decades, more
The CLCF Bombers 10u softball team will compete in the Eastern National Tournament in Sterling, Virginia starting today in the Girls' 10-Under Class B Division. It has been a productive season to say the least for the more
The Cranston Western 11/12-year-olds fell to Cumberland American, 14-4, in the winner-take-all championship game on Saturday evening at Kennedy Field in Johnston. The loss came after Cranston came back from four runs down more
Eight first inning runs served as the catalyst for the Cranston Bulldogs' 12-2 demolishing of Westerly in Game 1 of the teams' best-of-three playoff series. Cranston sent 13 batters to the plate in the first inning at Fay more
The Cranston Western 11/12-year-olds overcame a six-run deficit to come back and defeat South Kingstown, 10-9, at Kennedy Field in Johnston on Tuesday night. more
The Cranston Western 11/12-year-old all-stars couldn't get past Cumberland American in the winners' bracket final of the state tournament on Sunday evening at Johnston's Kennedy Field, falling in a pitchers' duel, 2-0. CWLL more
No. 6 Gershkoff Auto Body/Auburn Post 20 upset No. 3 South Kingstown Post 39 last week, as it swept its way to a semifinal berth with 8-1 and 9-5 victories in the best-of-3, quarterfinal series between the two teams. more
Warwick PAL edged out the Cranston Bulldogs, 2-0, at Mickey Stevens on Wednesday evening. Both runs were scored on passed balls. PAL's Derek Lallo stifled hitters while pitching a complete-game shutout, finishing with more
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