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The Cranston East football team held on to beat Shea 22-14 to pick up its first league win since 2018. The Bolts mounted a 22-6 lead with 6:54 remaining in regulation, but the Raiders would pull … more
T he Bishop Hendricken Hawks and La Salle Rams added another fun matchup to their rivalry last week when the Green & Gold overcame an early deficit to get the 22-12 win. … more
Here are some tips from the experts on putting away your fishing gear for the winter. Rods. Calvin Wilcox of Cal’s Custom Rods (401.575.1189), Warwick said, “Clean rods with mild … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is West volleyball player Liz Denomme, who led the Falcons to a 3-1 win over Johnston on Monday. Denomme finished the night with 10 kills to go along … more
The Cumberland football team would erase an early deficit to run away with a 28-7 win over host Cranston West last Friday night, putting the Falcons in a near must-win situation in the final two … more
The Cranston co-op field hockey team is in the final week of its regular season and has beaten the odds as it sits in position to not only qualify for the playoffs, but possibly earn a home game in … more
The Cranston East girls tennis team is enjoying another solid campaign this fall as it entered the week with a 9-3 record, sitting in fourth place in the Division III standings and clinching a … more
The City Cup returned to Cranston Stadium this past weekend, continuing the annual tradition of the highly anticipated rivalry soccer matchups. Cranston West’s soccer program had much to live … more
The Falcons had been flying high following their last-second touchdown against the Townies of East Providence. Momentum was back on their side despite losing in brutal fashion against St. Raphael … more
We are now halfway through the regular season this fall, giving us a better idea of what our football teams have and where they are as the home stretch approaches. Here are my halfway thoughts … more
Fall is a great time to fish, and it is getting better every day. Last week the tuna bite for school tuna was outstanding. Reports of as many as 40 school tuna being caught and released by one … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is West goalkeeper Emma Kiley. The sophomore keeper filled in for All-Stater Oceanna Orlandi in the annual City Cup matchup against Cranston East on … more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is conducting fall trout stocking, in advance of the Columbus Day holiday weekend, in selected areas in Rhode Island from Thursday, Sept. … more
A problem that has been growing like wildfire throughout the country is the battle between public high school soccer versus premier clubs. It was not until fairly recently that I discovered the … more
After enjoying a monster outing in West’s loss to St. Ray’s, Jack Majcher would turn around and lead the Falcons back into the win column in a pivotal DII matchup against East Providence … more
The Cranston West girls volleyball team is grinding through its schedule and sits at 3-5 in league play as it reaches the midway point of the regular season slate. The Falcons most recently got … more
The Cranston East girls volleyball team is searching for its first win of the season as it sat at 0-8 on Tuesday after falling in three sets to La Salle on Monday night. Sophia Kaba led East … more
If 1976 is going to be remembered for something it’s not going to be a pleasant memory for Yankee fans because they got swept by the Cincinnati Reds in the World Series but if we as sports card … more
The Cranston East football team fell to Division II powerhouse Barrington 24-0 last week at home. The high-flying Eagles’ offense has been dominant so far this fall season, but the Bolts … more
There is nothing like explosive surface action from Atlantic bonito and false albacore. Last week anglers fishing in the Pt. Judith area were treated to non-stop action on Thursday just a quarter … more
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