Scituate girls jump out to 4-0 start

Hoop team awaits next Tuesday’s D-II clash with also-unbeaten Ponaganset
SCITUATE – For the past two seasons, Frank Kiser enjoyed the time he spent as the head coach of the Cranston East High girls’ basketball team. But when Rick Cabral stepped down as Scituate High’s... more

Woonsocket takes charge in D-III

Senior-less girls’ hoop team improves to 5-0, downs Hope, Lincoln School
WOONSOCKET – The senior-less Woonsocket High girls’ basketball team continued to take care of business on its home court against its Division III opponents on Monday night by cruising to a 69-24 win... more

Davies begins wrestling program

Patriots pin Kilties for first D-II win
LINCOLN – Like all inaugural high school programs, the Davies Tech wrestling team has experienced its share of ‘firsts’ this winter, from the Patriots’ first practice to their first out-of-state... more

BVP excels in second season in RIIL

Veteran boys’ basketball team improves to 5-0 with victories over Times2, Johnston
CUMBERLAND – For the Blackstone Valley Prep boys’ basketball team, last season was certainly a learning experience for the Pride, not just because the team had just four players returning to the... more

Bad news, good news for Mount

Mount responds from loss to La Salle with back-to-back 5-0 wins
WOONSOCKET – The undefeated La Salle Academy boys’ hockey team proved to be too much for Mount St. Charles Academy last Wednesday, Jan. 8, in their Division I showdown at Adelard Arena, as the... more

NP wrestlers rule first three meets

Veteran Cougars enjoy success in D-I, tournaments
NORTH PROVIDENCE – The singlets are brand new and look sharp. And aside from a handful of newcomers to its starting lineup, there’s not much else new to report on this winter’s North Providence High... more

Tolman suffers first D-III defeat

After posting big win over Lynx, girls’ hoop team falls to 5-1 with defeat to Lions
PAWTUCKET – The Tolman High girls’ basketball team entered this week atop the Division III standings with a 5-0 record, but on Monday night, the Tigers suffered their first loss of the season by... more

DEM stocks salmon, trout across state’s ponds for winter fishing season

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management is stocking three ponds across Rhode Island this week with landlocked salmon and rainbow trout for the winter trout fishing season... more

Cumberland’s Dion receives weekly swim honor at RIC

PROVIDENCE – Cumberland’s Abby Dion, who is a freshman on the Rhode Island College women’s swim team, received the first honor of her collegiate career when she was named the Little East Conference’s... more