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This Saturday’s Johnston vs. La Salle Academy girls’ open state tournament semifinal is much, much more than any other girls’ basketball game. For starters, as people closely connected with … more
Cranston East knows a little something about being the Cinderella team after its run to the Final Four last year out of Division II. This year, Cinderella got in the way of a return to The Ryan Center. Johnston sophomore Gabriella more
Johnston girls’ basketball head coach Chris Corsinetti, gleeful as ever with a medal around his neck, made a shocking assertion on Saturday. He said, with an ear-to-ear smile, “I still don’t … more
Hendricken senior Nick Martino was the lone Rhode Islander to capture individual gold at the New England High School Wrestling Championships at the Providence Career and Technical Academy on Saturday, out-muscling the field more
The state’s future high school wrestling stars were on display Sunday inside Johnston High School’s Edward L. DiSimone Gymnasium. They came from all parts of Rhode Island and represented youth … more
After eking out a 56-52 win over The Prout School earlier in the season, the Johnston girls' basketball team made sure Tuesday night's quarterfinal playoff game would not be another nail biter. The Panthers' Jordan Moretti more
Jordan Moretti became just the ninth Johnston girls’ basketball player to reach 1,000 career points when she sank a free throw during the first half of the Panthers’ 49-24 victory over Central on … more
ON FIRE: Ryan Yankee couldn’t miss during a 66-56 Johnston win at Rogers on Tuesday night. Yankee poured in 30 first-half points, and totaled a game-high 36 points for the game. Yankee currently … more
The Johnston girls' basketball team moved one game away from completing a perfect regular season on Tuesday evening, spoiling Pilgrim's season finale with a 61-40 victory behind a game-high 21 points and seven steals from more
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