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By RYAN D. MURRAY For the Herald The Cranston National Budlong 10-year-old all-stars snuck by Warwick North 6-5 Sunday night in a thriller at “the Pit.” Warwick starting pitcher Julia … more
The Warwick North 11/12-year-old all-stars have pummeled their way to an appearance in the state championship round after a 22-4 victory over reigning New England representative Cranston Western on Sunday night. more
Johnston Little League's 11-year-old all-star team took home the District 1 Championship Thursday night at Kennedy Field as it shut out Cranston East Little League 13-0. Johnston's offense was red hot, going 18-for-33 more
Gershkoff Auto Body/Auburn Post 20 fell to Collette Vacations/ Post 10, 6-3, in the opening round of Senior Legion playoffs at Johnson and Wales University Monday afternoon. Post 20 compiled a 14-6 overall record in the more
The Cranston Western 11/12-year-old all-star team captured the District 1 title last Wednesday night after rolling past Johnston 17-1. Western belted out nine hits and drew 11 walks in the offensive outburst, as it scored more
Jennifer Iozzi flat out dominated the shot put event in indoor and outdoor track in 2015-16, claiming state titles in both to close out her Cranston West career. West girls' track coach Keith Croft only had the pleasure of coaching Iozzi for one season, more
The Cranston Co-op boys' hockey team struggled to the tune of a 2-16 record in the Championship Division over the winter, but that certainly wasn't due to the goaltending of D.J. DeAngelis. DeAngelis emerged as one of the top goaltenders in the state's more
Cranston West senior Jenna Palmer solidified the defense for the Falcons' girls' soccer team during the fall - a season in which the team compiled a league record of 5-9-3. West's captain provided leadership on the pitch, both through her play and more
Giuliana Hathaway helped spark the Cranston West softball team to an 11-7 record in Division I-North this spring. The senior center fielder and leadoff hitter posting a lofty average of .467 for the Falcons, while swiping 14 bases and committing just one more
Shayna Cousineau is the 2015-16 Cranston girls' cross country athlete of the year after a fall season in which she claimed 39th at the state meet with a time of 21 minutes, 5.7 seconds. The Cranston East junior jumped up to 39th after earning an more
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