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The Cranston West relay team of Praise Mayson, Quiana Pezza, Ailani Sutherland and Amelya D’Errico won the 400 relay at the RIIL Outdoor Track & Field State Championships last weekend at … more
“The Block Island Inshore Fishing Tournament doubled the number of participants with tackle shop partners last year and added a fly fishing shore and boat division,” said Capt. Chris … more
We are right in the thick of our spring sports playoffs and championships and it has been great theater to this point. We saw more champions crowned this past weekend in track, tennis and lacrosse … more
The Cranston East softball team’s comeback season continued to roll this week as it competed in the Division III playoffs. The Bolts had a big win in the play-in game when it beat Davies … more
The Cranston West softball team is battling its way through the crowded Division I playoffs and split its first two games, beating East Providence, 5-2, and then falling to La Salle Academy, 11-4. … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is West track star Ailani Sutherland, who put on a show at the state championships and earned another title, this time as a member of the … more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI Great news for recreational and commercial quahoggers, 515 acres in Mt. Hope Bay are now open as conditional rather than a prohibited shellfishing area. The area can be … more
For the first time ever, the Endicott College baseball team has qualified for the Division III College World Series, and Cranston West graduate Thomas Barbieri will be making the historic trip with … more
The No. 5 Cranston East girls lacrosse team would fall to host No. 5 East Providence 11-2 in the Division III Quarterfinals to see its season come to a close. The Bolts’ defense would … more
The Boston Celtics saw their season come to an end on Monday night as the Miami Heat won Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals to advance to the championship round. The loss marked the end of … more
The crosstown rivalry seems to have more heat than ever following Thursday’s senior night. Despite both Cranston’s East and West securing playoff spots prior to the exhibition game, there … more
The No. 4 Cranston West girls lacrosse team beat visiting No. 5 Middletown 13-7 last week to advance to the Division II Semifinals against Burrillville. The West offense was clicking throughout … more
Samantha Rosenfield placed 2nd in the Class Meet as the team won its second straight title. Rosenfield, a senior, competes in both indoor and outdoor track. During the indoor track season, she … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is West baseball player Nick Masse. After falling to rival Cranston East last week in a 12-4 rout, Masse would lead the Falcons to the 5-0 shutout win … more
More striped bass fishing trips are taken by anglers coastwide than any other species. This highly desirable fish has been overfished for the past few years, and last year, anglers killed twice as … more
Our teams are wrapping up their regular seasons this week and as always, this spring season is flying by. As we get prepared for the upcoming playoff tournaments, let me give you my thoughts on … more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston East boys volleyball team held on to beat Bishop Hendricken 3-2 (25-23/ 27-25/ 24-26/ 21-25/ 15-11) in a late season Division I battle last week. After … more
The 2023 RIIL Outdoor Track & Field Class Championships were held last weekend at Coventry High School. It is the final meet for teams as they now shift their focus toward the upcoming state … more
The Cranston East and West baseball teams would go 1-1 against each other in their annual rivalry series, with the Bolts taking last week’s Game 1 by a 12-4 decision while the Falcons would … more
This past weekend I had the pleasure of covering the unified basketball state championships. Cranston West and Johnston made the trip from our coverage area and each team put on a show and finished … more
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