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By ALEX SPONSELLER New England Patriots Cheerleading Director Tracy Sormanti passed away at the age of 58 on Dec. 4 after a three-year battle with multiple myeloma. The Warwick native was in her 32nd year with the Patriots organization and was one of the more
FROM STAFF REPORTS In light of Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo's weekly COVID-19 briefing on Thursday afternoon, there were some notable developments regarding the Rhode Island Interscholastic League and the high school winter sports season. On Thursday, more
Last week, Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo extended the statewide pause another week, pushing high school sports off until at least next Monday. Now, I am sure that these weekly updates are growing old to read. I'll admit, I'm starting to feel some more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Rhode Island Boys and Girls Soccer Coaches Associations recently released their award winners for the recent high school season. The associations released All-Division and All-Academic squads, however, elected not to compile more
A recent survey showed that 53 percent of anglers exaggerate the size of their catch when they are telling friends and family. The survey of 500 anglers was done by the Tackle Village, an advice and product review website. The survey found that almost 30 more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston sports community lost a major figure earlier in the fall, as Bob DeCosta Sr. passed away from COVID-19 at the age of 83. DeCosta Sr.'s youth coaching career spanned across five decades, including time coaching at CLCF, more
We're now in the second week of the state's pause in an effort to curb the growing COVID-19 numbers. Last month when the governor announced her plan to initiate the pause, it was certainly a bummer, but time flies and we're already halfway through. Of more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Michael Osacky, who runs the sports-based company Baseball in the Attic, was recently named the lead appraiser for PSA (Professional Sports Authenticator), which is one of the leading authenticators of sports memorabilia in the more
"e;When I retired they made me a t-shirt that read 'Stripers and Diapers'. Stripers because they are my focus most days. I go to the Cape Cod Canal to fish every day when they are here. And, diapers because at the time I had five grandchildren all still in more
By ALEX SPONSELLER After a few down seasons, the Cranston East girls tennis team bounced back for one of its best campaigns ever in 2020. The Lady Bolts flew under the radar for much of the season, even up until the playoffs. Midway through the regular more
There is still time to register for the free Orsted Fishinar Series on pelagic fish being held Wednesday, December 9, 7 p.m. via Zoom. Learn to target tuna, mahi, sharks and other pelagic fish in the near offshore with Capt. John McMurray, One More Cast more
Earlier in the fall season, Cranston native Steven Matzner passed away at the age of 67. In the sports world, Matzner was known for being a longtime tennis coach at Cranston West and later a coach at La Salle Academy and Prout. He enjoyed a career that more
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