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There is not a more boring time on the sports calendar than July if you ask me. The football season is still a ways off, basketball and hockey are officially over, and baseball is in that midseason lull that seems to drag on for far more than a month or more
No Fluke by Capt. Dave Monti Anglers advocate for strong conservation measures Last week I was part of a group of anglers that visited Washington, DC advocating for strong conservation measures in our national fishing law, the Magnuson-Stevens Act more
The Johnston softball team struggled through most of this season, but it finished the year on a high note this past Saturday by celebrating Senior Night. Though the Panthers lost 11-1 to West … more
There is nothing quite like playoff football. Some of the best games that I have ever covered have been the high school football playoffs. The state's top teams get to lay it all on the line, win or go home, and the state gets to truly see who the top more
Johnston has moved up to Division I after compiling a record of 45-3 in league and tournament play over the past two seasons, winning back-to-back Division II Championships and advancing to the Final … more
Members of the Johnston softball team were recently recognized for their achievements on the diamond at Wright’s Farm. Pictured above are those who were honored. From left: Madison Plouffe … more
By PETE FONTAINE Perhaps the brief yet highly-important ceremony held recently inside the soccer complex building in Johnston spoke volumes about how strongly Rhode Island USA Wrestling … more
After a rocky start to the season, the Bishop Hendricken freshman football team would finish strong and top rival La Salle 28-0 to win the state championship at Johnston High. The two clubs met … more
Jayme DeCesare had just signed an National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Merrimack College in North Andover, Ma. beginning in the 2019-20 season and her emotions – as well as those of her … more
By PETE FONTAINE There are all kinds of high fives and hand slapping inside famed Meadowbrook Lanes in Warwick last weekend. For those youngsters who compete in the highly-popular sport of duckpin bowling, it was a time to shine - big time. A total of more
By PETE FONTAINE If the Johnston Panther Gridiron Club's first-ever golf tournament offers any measuring stick, Brandon Parillo's creative thinking could be paying high dividends of things to come for the JHS more
To say that the Johnston Little League’s All-Star Team for players ages 10 and 11 shined during the recent District 1 Tournament would be an understatement. Managed by Erik Martins and coached … more
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