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Johnston native Noel Acciari became just the 20th Rhode Islander to play in the National Hockey League when he made his debut for his hometown team, the Boston Bruins, on March 1 against the Calgary Flames. The former Hendricken All-Stater signed a more
The Johnston girls' soccer team was unstoppable during the regular season in Division III. The Panthers were flawless, going 11-0 while scoring a league-high 85 goals and surrendering a league-low eight goals. Johnston was aided by sophomore striker more
Jon Soto helped Johnston come away with some hardware at the state wrestling championships last winter. Soto finished second in the 138-pound weight class to claim silver at the Providence Career & Technical Academy. Soto was the only Panther to earn a more
The Johnston Little League 11-year-old all-star squad put together a memorable run to a District I championship in July. Johnston outslugged Cranston East Little League, 13-0, as it went 18-for-33 from the dish while exploding for three home runs in the more
The Johnston baseball team was one of the best squads the city had seen in years, and its performance on the field certainly showed it. The Panthers offense was explosive for most of the season, helping Johnston emerge out of the losers' bracket during more
Young teams sometimes make mistakes in crunch time, and Johnston girls' basketball is no exception. The Panthers had numerous chances to put the game away against Juanita Sanchez, including a few missed free more
Matt Metcalf and Jacob Marrocco break down this week's winter sports action in Warwick, Cranston and Johnston. more
While hundreds of Rhode Islanders took a brief dip into freezing waters during several of Rhode Island's famed Plunges Sunday, there was another storied New Year's tradition that raised a tidy sum of $720 to help children who have been more
The Pilgrim boys' hockey team broke open a one-goal game in the third period on Friday evening, outscoring Johnston/North Providence 4-1 over the final 15 minutes in an eventual 8-4 triumph that improved its record to a more
For the first half, it looked like a Division II team against a Division I opponent. D-I Cranston West held a 24-21 lead at halftime, but its domination seemed much greater. Brett Bucci and Kevin Mitchell were more
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