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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
The Cranston National Budlong 11/12-year-old All Stars beat Warwick North, 4-1, to win the Softball State Tournament Monday night at the Bend Street Complex. Cranston, which was previously unbeaten in the more
Suboptimal defense and an abundance of stranded base runners doomed Gershkoff Post 20 in a 9-4 loss vs. Upper Deck Post 86/14 on Monday night. Despite the location of the game at Cranston Stadium, Gershkoff served as the away more
The sport fishing vessel ‘Fortuna’ from East Greenwich, captained by Mike Beland, landed a 330-pound mako shark to take first place in Snug Harbor Marina’s Shark Tournament this weekend. Bryan … more
Mission accomplished! That may be the best way to describe last weekend's first-ever West Point American Legion Baseball Classic played at the United States Military Academy in New York. We couldn't be happier with the results!"" more
The Cranston Bulldogs beat Tiverton, 6-4, at Pocasset Elementary School on Saturday morning. Catcher Sam Franco led the Bulldogs with one hit and two RBIs and Sam Hanley, a right fielder and recent Cranston East graduate, more
Even though it's been three decades since Jim Foster played American Legion Baseball, the Warwick native - who now lives in New York - still has a special and soft spot in his heart for the storied teenage program. So much so, in fact, more
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