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The Cranston West boys volleyball team improved to 11-0 and remained in first place last week when it swept second-place East Providence in three sets (25-18/ 25-12/ 25-22). The Falcons were … more
Sophomore outfielder Sophia Crudale (Cranston, R.I.) went 3-for-5 with two walks and an RBI over two games as Rhode Island College lost both games of a Little East doubleheader to VTSU Castleton … more
The Cranston East softball team honored one of its all-time players last week when it held a ceremony at Brayton Park remembering Alexa St. Angelo. St. Angelo graduated from East in 2015 and was a … more
The great news is that the striped bass are here on their spring migration north. I caught a 30-inch fish in Greenwich Bay Saturday in front of Buttonwoods, Warwick with a Yo-Zuri Cystal minnow after … more
It has been a rebuilding spring season for Cranston’s girls lacrosse teams. East sits at 1-9 after picking up its first win last week when it beat Rogers in an 11-10 double-overtime … more
Netflix aired the Roast of Tom Brady on Sunday night and it delivered. It was everything that you’d hope a roast would be and what a roast should be about. Like most people, I was … more
The Cranston East baseball team shut out Central thanks to another gem tossed by starting pitcher John Devine. Devine allowed no runs and struck out 12 batters. Armani Pimental scored the … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is East tennis player Eston Fowler. Fowler is in his third season as the Bolts’ top singles player and has been stellar, winning all but one … more
The Cranston East boys tennis team is one of the state’s hottest teams this spring and entered the week with a perfect 8-0 record, good for first place in Division III. The Bolts finished … more
An ongoing issue in the world of local high school sports coverage is the connection between the teams and media outlets in terms of reporting the scores and stats of games. In the past, it was … more
For Cranston West graduate Olivia Conti, the 2024 season has been an opportunity for her to show off the primary facets to her game for the Emmanuel softball team, as she has been a main source of … more
Dave Lussier, President of The Better Bay Alliance, a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing boating safety in Rhode Island Waters underscored the significance of proactive communication with … more
The Cranston Western and Cranston East Little Leagues celebrated their respective Opening Days last Saturday in front of packed audiences. Joining the fun were family, friends and of course, Mayor … more
The Cranston East boys volleyball team has been the state’s hottest team as of late and got another statement win when it cruised to a 3-0 sweep over La Salle. Larry Yin finished with 13 … more
The Cranston West softball team fell to host Pilgrim 7-1 on Monday in a one-sided matchup. The Falcon bats were kept in check by Pilgrim pitcher Gretchen Dombeck, who held them to one run on an … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is East softball player Nevaeh Fatorma. The junior standout has been on a tear for the Bolts as they sit in first place in Division III. Fatorma led … more
The Cranston East softball team’s emergence as a DIII contender continues as it sits at 8-0 and in firm control of first place in the standings. The Bolts have been the division’s … more
Thursday marks one of my favorite days on the sports calendar: The NFL Draft. This is perhaps the most intriguing draft that the New England Patriots have faced this century as they currently … more
The Don Rodrigues Karate Academy captured 47 trophies and awards at the 42nd Annual Ocean State Grand Nationals, recently held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Warwick, RI. With 36 states and 11 … more
Senior Trinity Hayes (Providence) finished second in the 200 (25.55) and third in the 100m (12.59), while sophomore Haley Oliver (Coventry) and junior Samantha Sainristil (Cranston) established new … more
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