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FROM STAFF REPORTS The Cranston West wrestling team took on powerhouse North Kingstown last week and came up just short, with the Skippers taking home the 40-38 victory. Dominic Schiavulli won via forfeit for West while Anthony Decotis won by fall at more
SPECIAL TO THE HERALD On Monday January 20th, The Wide World of Indoor Sports in North Smithfield hosted an MLK Day holiday soccer tournament for several age groups. Among those teams was the CLCF Green Machines 8U squad that competed in the 4-on-4 more
Sunday afternoon I was at my mother's house visiting. We were watching TV, laying low. I pulled out my phone to check into social media and while scrolling through Facebook, I saw one stray "e;RIP Kobe"e; status. Kobe Bryant, the five-time NBA champion and more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Cranston West Falcons overpowered the Toll Gate Titans 6-3 on Friday night during a Division II boys hockey tilt at Thayer Arena. The Falcons offense was topped by senior forwards Cam Koretsky and Dylan Demers, who each tallied two more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Bishop Hendricken basketball team continued its strong start to the season with a big 86-32 win over host Cranston East last week. The Hawks were coming off a tough defeat to rival La Salle in the prior game, their first league more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Falcons wrestling team beat the Pilgrim Patriots 69-12, before falling 54-13 to the Cumberland Clippers during a Tri Meet on Tuesday evening hosted by Cranston High School West. Falcons freshman Domenic Schiavulli pinned Pilgrim's more
By PETE FONTAINE Back in 1976, Tom McDonough had a unique fund-raising idea for Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church in Cranston that has since developed into the oldest sports card show in the country. The 42nd anniversary of that now storied more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Park View boys basketball team has a new-look club after securing an undefeated, state championship season in 2019. Between graduating its large eighth grade core from last season to welcoming in a new coach, the Cougars were new more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston boys and girls swim teams are looking to make some noise down the stretch of the dual meet season and a push at another division championship. The girls team, which won at divisions last season, graduated much of its core more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The Cranston East and West girls indoor track teams were in action at the Providence Career & Technical Academy last week during their league meets on Jan. 7th and Jan. 9th, and a handful of athletes made noise. Here is a look at some more
FROM STAFF REPORTS Rhode Island College took the top three spots in the weight throw and five of the top eight scores as the women's track and field team competed at the Bowdoin College Invitational on Saturday afternoon. RIC placed third (seven teams) more
It is important to teach our youth about fishing. Fishing appeals to our sense of adventure and teaches us patience. It is one of those activities where science and art converge. It teaches us to be good stewards of the environment and it allows us to more
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