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Community College of Rhode Island retired director of athletics/physical education chair Joseph Pavone '72 will receive the Amby Smith Lifetime Achievement Award from Words Unlimited, Rhode Island's organization of sportswriters, sportscasters and more
Fighting off injuries for most of the season, the Cranston Co-op boys' hockey team has struggled to produce points in the state's top division. However, on Saturday night, the Falcons showed what they're capable of when more
Cranston East (14-0-1) edged Toll Gate (13-2), 36-33, in a battle between two of the top wrestling squads in Division II on Wednesday night. Kevin Som and James Roderick earned pins for East at 106 and 113 to give the 'Bolts more
Registration for the 2017 Edgewood Girls Softball League season is happening now at its website, www.edgewoodsoftball.org. EGSL is based at Park View Fields in Cranston, and is a recreational slow pitch softball league for girls ages 5 to 18. It has four more
Holding a seven-point lead at halftime, the Cranston East girls' basketball team clamped down on defense in the second half, holding rival Cranston West to just five points over the final 16 minutes in an eventual 40-20 more
The Cranston/East Greenwich Co-op girls' hockey squad picked up its second win of the season on Saturday evening at Cranston Ice Rink, as the Thunderbirds doubled up winless Warwick Co-op, 6-3. Cranston raced out to a 3-0 more
CLCF Soccer is proud to recognize Bob Hanley as the 2016 CLCF Soccer Person of the Year. Bob grew up participating in CLCF sports and has been a longtime coach and volunteer. He is presented with the recognition plaque by CLCF Soccer Chairman and Board more
Going into Saturday night's matchup with Warwick Co-op at Thayer Arena, the Cranston/East Greenwich Co-op girls' hockey team hadn't won a game since the 2013-14 season, failing to record a win in each of the last two more
The CCRI men's basketball team hosted Roxbury Community College on Saturday afternoon, controlling the game from start to finish and coming out with their fifth straight victory, 105-65. The win brings the Knights to 14-8 on the season and 7-1 in Region more
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