September 2, 2015
Sports
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JOSIAH ENOS
The Hendricken Hawks beat Warwick Vets, 6-0, to win the Warwick City Cup Thursday night at Warwick Vets. The tournament included Toll Gate, Hendricken, Warwick Vets and Pilgrim fighting for a … more
SOLID CONTACT: Hawks’ linebacker Shane Olson …
Fresh off of winning five straight state titles, Hendricken head football coach Keith Croft is trying to instill in his team that resting on their laurels isn’t an option heading into this fall. … more
ROLLING OUT: Toll Gate quarterback Anthony Vann …
Toll Gate football hasn’t had a great deal of success in the last four years, but head coach Jim Stringfellow is confident this is the season his squad takes the school out of its postseason … more
Assistant Coach and Co-President Carlos Rodas …
SAMANTHA CANALES
The CCRI Lady Knights women’s soccer team traveled to Bel Air, Md., to take on the No. 12 ranked (NJCAA D-I poll) Fighting Owls of Harford Community College. The Lady Knights held off a late charge … more
The following residents of Cranston and Warwick won the championship in the West Warwick Summer Basketball League last Thursday with a 75-54 victory in the Silver Division final. Junior Knights … more
CASUAL FUN: Jim Martin attempts to return a shot …
When the summer hits, pickleball season heats up in Rhode Island. That’s the time of year when members of the Rhody Pickleballers make their way to the tennis courts at Mickey Stevens for games … more
LET THE BANNERS FLY: Family, friends and fans of …
The whirlwind of a summer that brought the Warwick North softball All-Stars all the way to Portland, Ore., for the Little League Softball World Series came to an end last week. But although the … more
SHOWING SUPPORT: Above, Cranston Mayor Allan Fung …
Many family members and supporters of the Cranston Western Little League team made the trip out to Williamsport, Pa., for the Little League World Series, which began last Thursday. But for those … more
BATTLING: Will Nebus and Cranston Western will …
Cranston Western split its first two games at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa., over the weekend, falling to Taylors, S.C., 7-1, on Friday before using a five-run first inning en … more
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