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It was a chance to celebrate and remember an individual whose life was tragically cut short. For members of the St. Raphael cross-country team, last Saturday’s 20th annual Shawn Nassaney Memorial 5K Invitational represented a chance to learn outside the classroom – the blackboard replaced by the wood-covered trails at Bryant University. None of the current...
In many ways, it was business as usual for someone who’s been in a class all by herself since Day 1 of her freshman year – maybe even before she entered high school. Gorriaran wins again? We’ve seen that storyline unfold numerous times.
In many ways, it’s a brave new world for college athletics. The advent of student-athletes as paid sponsors on behalf of Company X has provided new opportunities and possibilities.
A slice of Newport baseball lore took center stage at Coors Field, site of this past Tuesday’s MLB All-Star Game. Even more noteworthy, the first two Newport Gulls to ever be selected as MLB All-Stars found themselves separated by 60 feet, 6 inches. A summertime scene typically witnessed at Cardines Field was recreated in the...
“From Day 1, I said to Jeremy’s parents that he could come every day. He needs to be there every day for two hours a day,” said Llano. “He had the commitment and the passion. Plus, he loved it.”
The son was spending quality time on the links with his father. They had the course to themselves. It was the spring of 2020, a time when diversions from the coronavirus pandemic were welcomed with open arms.
The Newport Gulls of the NECBL are ready to hit the field with some remarkable talent after a nearly two year COVID induced break.
Woonsocket High's Logan Coles' multitasking of school, work and athletic pursuits has led the senior to a Division I scholarship to the University of Kentucky.
Bishop Hendricken alum Kwity Paye is on his way to being Rhode Island's first first round NFL draft pick since Bill Osmanski in 1939,
Upon the completion of a groundbreaking ceremony for the Maddie Potts Memorial Fieldhouse at Chariho High School, all eyes will shift to a high school football game that kicks off Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Chargers’ field.