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The CCRI Knights baseball team hosted the Massasoit Community College Warriors Tuesday evening. The game started slowly with CCRI taking a slim lead after three innings, but a six-run sixth inning sealed it for the Knights, winning 10-0 in six innings. more
By PETE FONTAINE Kevin Sutherland, the veteran head wrestling coach at Johnston High School, sat smiling at the recent Rhode Island High School Coaches Association wrestling banquet last week at famed Wright's Farm in Burrillville. Remember the names" more
The Johnston softball team has jumped out to a strong start this season, boasting a 4-1 record through Tuesday afternoon. The Lady Panthers remained one of the top teams in Division II last season, finishing with a 13-4 record and qualifying for the more
The Bryant men's basketball team made a splash last week on campus when it honored local 7-year-old Angel Link. Link, a Johnston resident, is part of Team IMPACT, a Boston-based non-profit that connects children facing serious and chronic illnesses with more
By PETE FONTAINE Two of Johnston's oldest operating youth sports programs - the Johnston Little League and Girls Softball League - are about to rewrite their tradition-rich history books. Saturday, in fact, the JLL and JGSL will combine forces for the more
These five Johnston High School cheerleaders – as well as The Panther (Lala Olagundoye) – are joined by Pawtucket Red Sox mascot Paws and Mrs. Paws during last Friday night’s benefit basketball … 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
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 Johnston Lady Panthers lacrosse team has started the 2019 season, and this year, they have moved up to Division II, where it’ll be anything but a breeze. “The competition and skill level … more
The students at McGuire Elementary School in Johnston got a treat last week, as New England Patriots offensive lineman Ted Karras and Patriots cheerleader Ashlee Bourque made an appearance as part of their Read Between the Lines campaign. Karras and more
By PETE FONTAINE Judge James E. Dooley, one of New England's great early sports entrepreneurs and a long-time Johnston resident, is one of 10 distinguished people who have been elected to the Rhode Island Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2019. Dooley was more
By PETE FONTAINE Back when the Nicholas A. Ferri Middle School girls' basketball team closed out its season vs. area-rival Scituate, there were lots of super smiles and embraces by the players and coaches on both squads. One reason, in particular, was as more
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