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Devin Carter

Ed Cooley Directs All Eyes To Devin Carter

With a double-overtime home win over Creighton tucked into Providence College’s back pocket, Ed Cooley felt the time was right to strike concerning Devin Carter.
Eleizer Delbrey

Eliezer Delbrey’s Extraordinary Success Starts With Believing In Himself

“The confidence … Eliezer doesn’t get sped up. He plays at his own pace,” said Kavanaugh. “He plays much older than he is.
Lincoln High Throwers

Lincoln High Is Building A Legacy Of Top Throwers

In a small town located in Northern Rhode Island, you’ll find a small school that should look into applying for a trademark concerning the business of producing top-flight throwers.
Riley Allen

Riley Allen Is Burrillville High’s Lone Gymnastics Wolf

Riley Allen is the only student-athlete representing Burrillville High School when the R.I. Interscholastic League conducts gymnastics meets. A sophomore, Allen has been involved in gymnastics for as long as she can remember.
Jacob Joyce

A Family Wrestling Legacy, Intensity & Focus Propel Jacob Joyce To Success

In wrestling speak, Jacob Joyce is a mat warrior. The Ponaganset High senior is a two-time R.I. state champion in two different weight classes and was the last wrestler left standing at last winter’s 120-pound division of the New England Championship.
Dawan Robinson

“Coach” Dawan Robinson Works Just Fine

A proud University of Rhode Island basketball alum who broadened his post-Kingston horizons by stamping his passport all over the world, now calls the gym of the all-girls Catholic school in East Providence his winter home.
Malik Gavek

Malik Gavek’s Blueprint For Success Includes A Whole Lotta Nose To The Grindstone

From preferred walk-on status to earning a scholarship, they don’t make success stories any sweeter or more satisfying than Malik Gavek’s.
East Greenwich Cross Country

Teamwork And Sheer Guts Bring Glory To EG Cross Country

The 70-degree temperatures took a toll on multiple runners, including Fahys. Her legs began to wobble with roughly 60 yards separating her from finishing.
Harrison Leonard, Davey Schaum-Bartocci

Rhody Kickers Turn Tycoons Off The Gridiron

His vision of creating a more efficient way of learning was officially launched on the first day of September. Two months later, Leonard can only smile due to the significant traction gained through the creation of Caktus.
Susanna Henderson

Seems The Naval Academy Will Fit Cumberland’s Susanna Henderson Like A Glove

In June, Henderson returned to the Naval Academy for a program titled Summer Seminar that’s only open to high school juniors. The biggest takeaway was that she was around like-minded individuals who were goal driven both academically and athletically.