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A really ugly situation unfolded in North Providence last week when a boys soccer player hit two Ponaganset players in a violent confrontation. I was not at the game but saw the video online … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is Cranston West goal keeper Oceanna Orlandi. Coming off an All-State season in 2022, Orlandi has been just as dominant in the net for the Falcons as a … more
To say that the Albert “Cookie” Memorial Golf Tournament is a tradition unlike any other would be an understatement. In short, it’s a nine-hole golf tournament named in honor … more
The Cranston West girls soccer team tied East Greenwich 0-0 last week to keep pace with the rest of a loaded Division I. It was the team’s third shutout in four games as it is emerging as an … more
The Cranston West football team dropped its second straight contest in a 14-13 heartbreaker against defending Division II champion St. Ray’s last Friday night. The Falcons erased a late … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is West soccer player Sam Naiefeh, who has been a force on offense for the Falcons this season. Through five games, Naiefeh leads the team with five … more
The U.S. House Appropriations bill for fiscal year 2024 will have a devastating impact on fish and habitat as it reduces funding by 14 percent for NOAA Fisheries, a cut of $900 million. Yet our … more
The Cranston West boys soccer team picked up four points last week in its first two league contests as it earned a 3-1 win over Burrillville then fought Narragansett to a 0-0 draw. Senior Sam … more
While watching the NFL this past weekend, the thing that stood out to me more than anything was the number of concussions that popped up in the injury reports. Between players exiting games, players … more
The Cranston co-op field hockey team dropped a tough 2-1 decision to visiting Rocky Hill last week in the season opener. It was the co-op’s first game of the season after two weather-related … more
The rebuilding Cranston East football team is searching for answers early this fall season as it sits at 0-2 after dropping tough games to Mt. Pleasant and Central to open things up. … more
Tom Olson, owner of Ponaug Bait & Tackle at 287 Arnolds Neck Road, Warwick (the old Ray’s Bait location), has been a member of the Warwick and Apponaug community all his life. He grew up in … more
By ADAM ZANGARI Throughout this summer, the Kent County YMCA has played host to the Rhode Island Midnight Basketball League (RIMBL), and as the sun set on the month of August, organizers … more
University of Rhode Island athletic director Thorr Bjorn was recently on WRPO doing an interview and said that he hopes to one day bring the Rhode Island Interscholastic League state championships to … more
The Cranston East boys soccer team is off to a nice start this fall, winning its first two non-league matchups then tying Smithfield 1-1 in the league opener last week on the road. Returning … more
The Cranston West football team would hold off West Warwick to win its season opener 27-24 to get some revenge over the Wizards, who dealt the Falcons a shocking comeback defeat last season. The … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is Cranston West quarterback Kelan Cornell, who put on a career performance against West Warwick in the team’s season-opening 27-24 win. Cornell … more
Tautog fishing expert Richie Reich of Narragansett will be the guest speaker at a Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association (RISAA) seminar on ‘Tips for tautog success’ Monday, Sept. 25, … more
Welcome to the 2023 high school football season. It’s my personal favorite time of year as a local sports journalist and I have a feeling that this upcoming season could be one to remember for … more
Cranston West senior Geneva Lindsay had a busy summer to say the least. Early in the season she entered her first beauty pageant when she competed in Miss Teen Rhode Island. The event was a … more
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