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For the last two seasons, the Johnston boys' basketball team has encountered nothing but success. The Panthers made it all the way to the Division III final two seasons ago, and they earned their first-ever state tournament more
The Johnston girls' basketball team returns nearly all of its components from last year, and it will have less to contend with in the newly realigned Division II. Moses Brown, St. Ray's and Cumberland, the top more
The Johnston/North Providence co-op hockey team got its 2016-17 season underway last Saturday night at the Rhode Island Sports Center with a tough, 6-3 loss to a big and physical Woonsocket/Scituate co-op team. Despite the more
The R.I. FBU(Football University) 7th-grade all-star team won the northeast regional tournament in Newport this past weekend. Several players from Johnston were selected on this team and will be traveling to Florida Dec. 16-21 to compete for the national more
Since moving from Division II to Division III two seasons ago, the Johnston/North Providence Co-op hockey team has encountered nothing but success. Two seasons ago, it earned the No. 3 seed for the playoffs before sweeping more
It was the first meeting ever between the Johnston and Juanita Sanchez/PCD/Wheeler football teams on Thanksgiving Eve at Johnston's Polisena Stadium, and it turned out to be a game that the Panthers, especially the seniors, more
The CCRI Lady Knights volleyball team had its best season since 2008. The Lady Knights ended the season with an impressive 22-7 record and won the District L title in impressive fashion, beating Delaware Tech and Harcum College two times. Their District more
By PETE FONTAINE Just a few days after announcing a special program offering free kickboxing lessons in November for youngsters ages 7 to 12, famed instructor, author and award-winning fifth-degree black belt Christina Rondeau has extended the offer. more
Fire Bowl III, the unique flag football game between the Johnston and North Providence Fire Fighters, had all the earmarks of a big-time gridiron contest. There were fans of all ages at Mayor … more
By JACOB MARROCCO Assistant Sports Editor Family is a common theme around Thanksgiving, and the Johnston football team could tell you all about it. The season has been filled with peaks and valleys for the Panthers, who finished the league calendar 2-5, more
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