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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
The Johnston boys' basketball team was looking for a big upset against Cumberland, one of the top teams in Division II this season, but it was the Clippers who would end up spoiling Johnston's senior night with a second-half more
Community College of Rhode Island retired director of athletics/physical education chair Joseph Pavone '72 will receive the Amby Smith Lifetime Achievement Award from Words Unlimited, Rhode Island's organization of sportswriters, sportscasters and more
Aaron Muniz was knocked out by Marqus Bates in the first round of his pro debut at CES Boxing's season opener at Twin River Casino on Saturday night. The match was scheduled for four rounds between the two junior more
The Pilgrim Patriots held on to beat the Johnston Panthers, 72-66, on Tuesday night in Warwick. Pilgrim had four players score in double digits - Nate Ferri (16), Matt Woods (14), Dave Cabeceiras (13) and Jake Gonsalves more
Bolstered by four pins, Johnston High's wrestling Panthers posted an impressive 39-30 victory over visiting Mount Hope High of Bristol Monday night inside the Edward L. DiSimone Gymnasium. Chris LaVallee, who competes at 106 pounds, more
Warwick's own Aaron Muniz (0-0) will be making his professional debut with CES Boxing on Saturday, Feb. 4, when he faces off against Taunton, Massachusetts, native Marqus Bates (0-1) in a four-round welterweight bout at more
The Johnston boys' basketball team has endured a tough stretch as of late. After starting its league schedule with a flawless 6-0 record, the Panthers have lost six straight games to Barrington, Westerly, Portsmouth, Tolman, more
The Johnston/North Providence Co-op hockey team (2-7-1) battled to a 4-4 tie with West Warwick/Exeter-West Greenwich Co-op (6-4-1) on Saturday evening at the Rhode Island Sports Center to snap a three-game losing streak. The more
It's not often that Jordan Moretti towers over the rest. The junior guard at Johnston High measures in at just a few inches over 5 feet tall, but she has risen above the other stars that Division II has to offer more
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