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By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston West girls soccer team fell to Pilgrim 4-1 in the Division I Quarterfinals last week in East Greenwich. Despite holding Pilgrim to a 1-0 lead in the first half, the Pats would surge in the second and cruise to the 4-1 more
Sunday marked the official end of the fall sports season in Rhode Island. It was an unusual season, without question the strangest I have ever been a part of. Of course, I am referring to the pandemic. Between masks becoming an essential piece of more
Orsted, owner of the Block Island Wind Farm and five other wind farms off the east coast, held its first free Fishinar Series on ground fishing for summer flounder, cod, tautog and black sea bass in the near offshore. Ninety-one anglers participated in more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Cranston East standout volleyball player Lauren Milani made her college decision official recently, signing her National Letter of Intent to play for Division I Central Connecticut State University next fall. Milani is a three-time more
The high school cross country state championships were held last week at Ponaganset, and sure enough, it came down to Bishop Hendricken and La Salle with the Rams claiming their second consecutive state championship. It was pretty much a given that it more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston East boys soccer team fell in the Division II Quarterfinals 3-0 to East Greenwich on Monday evening at East Greenwich. The Avengers would get a goal from Stephen Timperely less than 14 minutes into the action to take a more
If you ever wanted to learn how to fish one of the greatest striped bass fisheries in the nation, the Cape Cod Canal, now is your chance. East End Eddie Doherty is a Cape Cod Canal fishing expert. He also happens to be an excellent fishing author, fish more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Rhode Island high school cross country state championships were held on Saturday and a handful of locals made some noise as they wrapped up the fall season. Here is a recap of the some of the action from the day: BOYS Nicholas Cobb more
Tautog are slow growers, they can live 35-40 years. Dr. David Taylor, professor of marine biology at Roger Williams University, said, "e;A 19-inch tautog may very well be 9-10 years old. Also, for any fish population, there's a benefit to releasing big more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston East field hockey team wrapped up its fall season earlier this week and has enjoyed hitting the field despite the uncertainty surrounding the year. The Lady Bolts have battled through some tough losses but have seen more
Starting on Monday of this week, fans were allowed back in attendance to most Rhode Island Interscholastic League events. Two weeks back, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced a two-week ban of spectators while the local COVID-19 numbers continue to rise, more
FROM STAFF REPORTS Rhode Island College seniors Shayna Cousineau (Cranston) and Bryana Mullin (Warwick) finished first and second, respectively, at the Little East Virtual Women's Cross Country Invitational. RIC finished second (four teams) with a team more
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