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Lady Lions fight the good fight, but Panthers prevail

February 22, 2013

JOHNSTON — Its star player might have been lost to a head injury in the early stages of the game, but that didn’t prevent Lincoln from giving one of the Division II’s best teams a hard-fought battle to the end on Thursday night.
Host Johnston celebrated its Senior Night with a victory over the Lions in the Division II-North regular-season finale for both playoff teams, but the Lions turned in strong games defensively and on the glass and gave the Panthers a run for their money before winding up with a 36-34 loss.

Wrestling Clippers out to defend state title

February 22, 2013

CUMBERLAND – As far as Cumberland High head coach Steve Gordon is concerned, the beauty of the Rhode Island Interscholastic Wrestling Championships is that anything can happen at any given moment; that you can toss all conventional wisdom aside due to the glory at stake.

PawSox name Jeff Levering new radio broadcaster

February 21, 2013

PAWTUCKET — Conducting a job interview via Skype didn’t impede Jeff Levering in the slightest.
Staring into a screen that contained the faces of Pawtucket Red Sox President Mike Tamburro, General Manager Lou Schwechheimer and Vice President of Public Relations Bill Wanless, Levering regaled the panel with tales of a teenage Dustin Pedroia. Picture two 16-year-olds playing on the same summertime baseball team and the lifelong memories that were forged.

Shea rallies past N.P., heads to Div. II semis at Bryant

February 21, 2013

WAKEFIELD — They're called “bunnies” for a reason.
Shea High had a lot of elementary looks at the bucket in the initial half of this R.I. Division II Tournament quarterfinal tilt against North Providence on Wednesday night, but not many tickled the twine.
And, while the Raiders' frustration was obvious, head coach Matt Pita gave them a more-than-positive outlook after heading into their locker room behind, 28-24, at the break.

Lee Goldsbrough: PC's quiet man cometh

February 19, 2013

PROVIDENCE — There’s no need for Lee Goldsbrough to conceal his true emotions. For the first time in his Providence College tenure, basketball is fun.

Quakers feast on cold-shooting Saints

February 19, 2013

PROVIDENCE --- St. Raphael Academy picked a bad time to endure its worst offensive performance of the season.
Needing a victory over Moses Brown on Tuesday night in order to clinch sole possession of the Division II-Central crown, the Saints found themselves struggling with their shot from start to finish and left the Quakers’ Waughtel-Howe Field House with an ugly 47-40 defeat.

Clippers' Bauer wins two individual events at boys' swimming state meet

February 18, 2013

PROVIDENCE — Cumberland High senior co-captain Andrew Bauer took a specific but incredibly-optimistic plan into these R.I. Boys Swimming Championships on Monday night.
It was his lofty goal to break his own school mark in the 200-yard freestyle, then set new CHS marks at the 500 distance, not to mention the 50 and 100 freestyles.

OT loss to EWG eliminates Tolman from Division II boys' hoop playoffs

February 18, 2013

EXETER — It was a mighty difficult end to Tolman High's post-season hopes. The Tigers surrendered a game-high 26 points to Exeter/West Greenwich standout Jack Livsey, who notched 22 in the final and overtime stanzas, and the Scarlet Knights eked out an 87-84 win in a R.I. Division II preliminary playoff on Monday.

C.F.'s Mateo masters high jump to capture state title

February 17, 2013

PROVIDENCE — Erik Mateo understands the tradition he upheld Saturday, his winning leap of 6 feet, 2 inches ensuring that the boys’ indoor high jump title will remain property of the Central Falls track program for another 12 months.

Cumberland's Kent, Westrick swim to multiple state championships

February 17, 2013

PROVIDENCE — Out with the “old,” in with the new.
For Cumberland High senior co-captain Courtney Kent, she couldn't have fathomed a better way to close her interscholastic career at the R.I. Girls Swimming Championships, held Saturday afternoon at the recently-finished Brown University natatorium.
Really, who would argue with two individual crowns, not to mention a relay title and a runner-up in another?

 

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