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By PETE FONTAINE Remember Paul Robitaille? Back in 2015, his senior season on Cherry Hill, Robitaille was a member of Johnston High School's football Panthers whose talents were utilized on the defensive side of the field. Paul started his schoolboy" more
By PETE FONTAINE Add the names Preston Marchesseault and Joe Castellone to the ever-growing list of Johnston youth athletes who are making quite the name for themselves on the Rhode Island and New England wrestling mat. For starters, Castellone and more
By PETE FONTAINE Sandwich Saturday! Johnston High School baseball players past and present will tell you that's a tradition unlike any other but just as important as smacking a grand slam or scoring the game-winning run via a suicide squeeze bunt. more
Jaguars close out season [Photo gallery]
The season flew by for the Ferri Middle School girls’ basketball team, with the Jaguars closing out their league slate on Friday. The Jaguars visited North Smithfield and headed home with a close … more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The No. 4 Johnston Lady Panthers ousted No. 5 Prout from the 2019 Girls Lacrosse D-II playoffs on Thursday afternoon, outlasting the Crusaders 13-10 during the quarterfinal round at Johnston Senior High School. The Lady Panthers were more
The competitive season in Rhode Island ended on a high note for Dream Big Gymnastics of Cranston. Gymnasts of all levels representing Dream Big put forth a strong showing at the RI State Meet held recently at Rhode Island College. Our gymnasts worked" more
The last time the Johnston and Moses Brown girls basketball teams faced each other was in the semifinals of the RIIL state open tournament last year at the Ryan Center which saw the Lady Quakers … more
The Johnston girls basketball team's successful debut in Division I continues, as the Panthers have advanced to the semifinals of the R.I. Interscholastic League Division I Tournament after pulling out an exciting 61-60 come-from-behind win over more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The No. 7 Johnston Panthers trounced the No. 10 Rogers Vikings 46-24 on Friday night during the Preliminary Round of the Division III Boys Basketball Tournament at Johnston High School. Johnston junior forward Anthony Tavares led all more
The Johnston Panthers blanked the Pilgrim Patriots 6-0 in Division III boys tennis on Tuesday afternoon at Pilgrim High School. “It was a good team win,” Johnston head coach Ryan Barrett … more
Snow, snow, go away – and don’t come back another day, either. “At least not until we’ve completed our winter sports season,” Keith Cory, the athletic director at Johnston High School, … more
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