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FROM STAFF REPORTS The visiting East Greenwich swim teams topped Cranston East in both the boys and girls side last week at Park View Middle School. The EG boys took home a 51-42 win over the Bolts. Tim Dietrich won the 200 freestyle with a best time of more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Rhode Island hockey scene lost a giant last week, when former Mount St. Charles coach Bill Belisle passed away at 92 years old. Belisle coached the Mounties for over four decades and collected 32 state championships in that span. more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Cranston West Falcons went to a packed Johnston High School on Friday night and outlasted the Panthers 60-53 during a Boys Division II Basketball showdown. Marcus Chung, a junior, led the Falcons with 17 points while Joe Domenico, a more
The Western Hills Middle School boys basketball team is back in action this winter and is looking to make a deep run toward a championship. The Cobras were in action last week when they hosted visiting Winman of Warwick and will be back on the court this more
Cranston had many stand out coaching performances in the year 2021, but it is hard to overlook the job that the Cranston boys co-op coach Matt Brannon did as the team secured its first-ever undefeated season and its first state championship since 2014. more
The Cranston co-op boys hockey team brought home the city's lone state championship in 2021 and has been named the Cranston Herald's Boys Team of the Year. The Falcons dealt with much heartbreak in the two seasons leading up to 2021, coming up short in more
At just 28 years old, Jhamal Diggs was one of the state's youngest coaches heading into the 2020-21 winter basketball season last year and was only in his second campaign as the East girls' head coach. After a disappointing season the year before, more
The Cranston community saw plenty of top-notch action in the year 2021, especially on the girls side of things, as many locals made deep postseason runs and shined on the biggest stage. Perhaps no team enjoyed more overall success than the Cranston West more
FROM STAFF REPORTS In light of the recent COVID-19 surge throughout the state, the Community College of Rhode Island announced in a press release that it would not allow spectators to athletic events for the duration of January. The school did, however, more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston West wrestling team is getting ready to get back into action after the holiday break, and is looking to build on some of its momentum from earlier this winter. The team's biggest win came in December when it won the South more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston boys hockey co-op returned from the holiday break with a big 6-2 road win over St. Ray's/Wheeler/PCD last week in Pawtucket. After giving up a two-point lead in the second period, Cranston would roll in the third to pick more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The RI Football Coaches' Association recently unveiled its All-Division selections for this past fall season, and many locals made the cut. Bishop Hendricken's Brandyn Durand was named to the Division I-A First Team on offense as well more
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