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By PETE FONTAINE It didn't take long for Johnston's Jayme DeCesare to make her mark in the highly-competitive world of NCAA Division I women's college basketball. After leading La Salle Academy to three Rhode Island Interscholastic League state more
FROM STAFF REPORTS Johnston's Kaylin Zalewski added her name to the Johnston athletic history books last week, as she notched her 1,000th career point in the Lady Panthers' win over visiting Moses Brown. After scoring 14 points in last Friday's win over more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Johnston/North Providence boys hockey team split its weekend games, dropping a 7-5 thriller to first-place Pilgrim on Friday then rebounding to beat Narragansett/Chariho 6-4 the following day. After falling behind 3-1 early in the more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The RIIL Indoor Track & Field Class Championships were held last week at the Providence Career and Technical Academy, and a handful of local athletes made some noise. Here is a look at some of the results: GIRLS Johnston was led by more
By PETE FONTAINE The prestigious Rhode Island Hockey Hall of Fame, which was only founded three years ago, will unveil its Class of 2020 during a special two-fold event on Saturday, Feb. 22 at the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence. Chairman Vincent more
FROM STAFF REPORTS On Sunday February the 16th Words Unlimited will hold their 74th Annual Sports Banquet Awards at Cranston Country Club in Cranston, RI with a reception beginning at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m. Of the awards that will be handed more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The RIIL Girls Track & Field Division Championships were held last Saturday at the Providence Career & Technical Academy, and a handful of local athletes made some noise in one of the biggest track events of the season prior to the more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Panthers trounced the Paul Cuffee Navigators 64-27 on last Thursday night during a Boys Division III Basketball clash at Johnston High School. Justin Powell, a senior, led the Panthers with 14 points, while Cam Iasimone, a junior, more
By PETE FONTAINE Ah, "e;Rookies of the Year?"e; Perhaps that's a tag the Johnston Lions Club will be using for its newfound success in the always competitive yet fun-filled sport of duckpin bowling. Back on Jan. 25, you see, Town Hall Lanes on Atwood Avenue more
Morin captures state shot put title Alex Morin, a one-time standout with the Johnston Youth Panthers Football program, is making quite the name for himself in the often grueling sport of track and field. Morin, who is a freshman at Bishop Hendricken High more
By PETE FONTAINE It was a dream come true for autograph-seekers of all ages. It was Mecca for people who collect sports cards and memorabilia and featured dealers from 11 states who set up shop at a record-setting 130 tables last weekend inside Coventry more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Johnston girls basketball team entered the 2020 season with a new look. Between a small roster and a new coach in Meghan Reall, the Panthers were unsure of how they would fare in the always-tough Division I group. The Panthers have more
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