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By PETE FONTAINE Noel Acciari, people from Woonsocket to Westerly will tell you, has developed into one of Rhode Island's all-time best sports stories. The Johnston native and son of Michael and Edna Acciari was a superstar at Bishop Hendricken High more
By PETE FONTAINE There was a special showing of how much Johnston people care about their youth. That trait, if you will, came during the Johnston Little League's 2019 Awards Dinner at famed Wright's Farm in Burrillville. It came in form of countless more
By PETE FONTAINE David Taraborelli, many Panther people will attest, is steeped with as much history as Johnston High School's storied sports programs. For starters, Taraborelli was a starter and key player for the first-ever JHS team to win a Rhode more
By RYAN D. MURRAY Cranston, Auburn Post 20, Gershkoff Auto Body was swept by Warwick's NEFL/ Post 101 during an American Legion baseball doubleheader at Cranston Stadium on Friday evening. Auburn fell in the first game 3-2 and the second, 13-5. Gershkoff more
By. G.A. Zanni At 4-2, the 12U Johnston Panthers began to take on a personality and identity of their own. No, it wasn't cockiness or arrogance, it was faith in each other and in their coaches. The camaraderie that had begun to build on and off the field more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The Tops Award" is the most prestigious accolade presented by the Rhode Island Reds Heritage Society at its annual reunion of former Reds' players and is usually presented to one person. This year it will go to two deserving" more
By PETE FONTAINE If you like watching top-notch youth baseball competition, plan on being at Engineers Field inside Johnston War Memorial Park where the best four teams featuring players ages 13-14 will complete for the coveted Little League state more
The Bishop Hendricken Hawks went to North Kingstown High School on Friday night and edged out the Skippers 42-34 under the lights during their home opener on their brand new turf. “It was a … more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The CCRI Knights men's soccer team hosted the Bunker Hill Community College Bulldogs on Monday evening. The Knights held a one goal lead at halftime but the Bulldogs scored three second half goals to win the game 3-1. The loss drops more
It's a storied tradition that's reserved for a select group of student athletes, namely those senior class boys and girls who represent Johnston High School in Rhode Island Interscholastic League football as well as cheerleading. more
It looked a bit like field hockey, only the stick was shorter and the ball bigger. Indeed, the kids and a couple of adults who knew what they were doing and served as instructors got a few stares … more
By ALEX SPONSELLER NBA trainer Rob McClanaghan returned to his alma mater Bishop Hendricken on Tuesday afternoon to speak with student-athletes and to promote his new book titled Net Work: Training the NBA's Best and Finding the Keys to Greatness."" more
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