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There is not a more boring time on the sports calendar than July if you ask me. The football season is still a ways off, basketball and hockey are officially over, and baseball is in that midseason lull that seems to drag on for far more than a month or more
After 48 years of baseball at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket, the Boston Red Sox announced that they would be moving their Triple-A affiliate Pawtucket Red Sox to Worcester, Massachusetts in the spring of 2021. Since the move, there have been many questions more
After splitting her time between the field and ice hockey teams at Saint Michael's the past two years, Cranston native and La Salle product Arianna Boscia has chosen to focus on the latter this winter. By deciding to focus her athletic energies on one more
On Saturday, Feb. 4, collectors and dealers from around the region gathered at the West Valley Inn for the 36th annual Cranston Sports Collectors Show, which is run by the St. Joseph’s Men’s … more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Cranston West Falcons fell to the La Salle Academy Rams 28-20 last Friday night under the lights at Cranston Stadium during a Division I football showdown that determined first place in Division I-B. Due to the new playoff format, more
Cranston West alumna Paige Ring wrapped up her freshman campaign on the Maine-Farmington women's soccer team by taking part this past Saturday in the Beavers' first Division III NCAA tournament match since 2003 versus Middlebury. Unlike their previous more
Despite falling behind 14-0 in the first half, the Cranston West football team would rebound and cruise to a 27-14 win over visiting Central in the Division I semifinals to punch its ticket to the Super Bowl against North Kingstown this weekend. We had" more
Former New England Patriots captain and 3-time Super Bowl Champion Tedy Bruschi, along with many other former and current Patriots hit the field at Cranston Stadium on Saturday to play the second annual F.A.S.T Celebrity Touch Football Game. Bruschi was more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Community College of Rhode Island women's soccer team has had its ups and downs over the past few seasons. Between coaching changes and low numbers, the Lady Knights needed leaders this past fall more than ever and would get one in more
“Do your job,” has become the mantra for the present-day New England Patriots. You don’t need a history lesson from me. We all know the success that the organization has had over the past … more
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