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Cranston West 2015 graduate Carla Gutierrez has never been afraid to take risks. During her time at West, Gutierrez enjoyed time competing in and winning beauty pageants. Her other passion? Playing varsity football for the Falcons. more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The Johnston School Department is searching for athletics coaches for the upcoming spring sports season. Anyone interested in applying may contact Johnston Athletic Director Keith Cory at or apply directly at more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The CCRI Knights men's basketball team hosted Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology (BFIT) Chargers Tuesday night. The game's scoring was relatively low and the Knights would prove the more proficient scorers, winning 80-63. The more
FROM STAFF REPORTS Rhode Island College freshman guard Antonia Corsinetti (Johnston) was named the Little East Women's Basketball Rookie of the Week for her performance in a pair of wins RIC victories. Corsinetti averaged 13.5 ppg, 2.0 rpg and 2.5 apg on more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The 42nd annual Cranston Card Show, which was created by Tom McDonough and now run by Mike "e;Mango"e; Mangasarian, will be held this weekend at Coventry High School. The event raises funds for the Immaculate Conception Roman Church, and more
By PETE FONTAINE "e;Look at the jerseys some of those kids are wearing,"e; a staffer at White's of Westport, Ma. said while talking with a fellow server then adding "e;Some high school football teams don't have uniforms that nice."e; As the Johnston Youth more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The RIIL indoor track and field state championships were held last weekend at the Providence Career & Technical Academy, and a handful of locals made some noise. Johnston's top performer was Lala Olagundoye, who finished the day with more
By PETE FONTAINE Back in 1976, Tom McDonough had a unique fund-raising idea for Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church in Cranston that has since developed into the oldest sports card show in the country. The 42nd anniversary of that now storied more
The Johnston girls basketball team honored 2019 graduate Gabby DiRaimo last week by officially adding her name to the banner containing the names of the program's 1,000-point scorers in the school's gymnasium. Friends, family and former coaches attended more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The Johnston girls basketball team picked up back-to-back wins, topping Wheeler 55-49 last week at home then Barrington 52-43 on the road. The win against Wheeler clinched a Division I playoff berth. The Lady Panthers won a thriller more
By PETE FONTAINE At its peak, the Johnston Little League - one of Rhode Island's most storied youth baseball programs - was made up of 350-plus players who were assigned to 26 teams. Last year, the JLL - which will open its 58th season at famed Kenney more
By PETE FONTAINE Neither Jayme DeCesare nor her proud parents David and Joann DeCesare of Johnston were born when Words Unlimited, the state's long-time association of sportswriter and sportscasters, held its fist-ever state awards dinner 74 years ago in more
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