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PAWTUCKET – The staggering home run totals have been the talk of the 2019 Triple-A season, yet that’s not what was on Ryan Braiser’s mind prior to the PawSox facing Norfolk on Wednesday night.

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CUMBERLAND — Sitting on a bench with the Tucker Field basketball courts in his direct line of sight, Tyler Kolek looks over a notebook that includes a list.

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WORCESTER – Apparently, once the boys from Upper Deck Post 14/86 met up at Chet Nichols Memorial Field on Tuesday afternoon before trekking to the College of the Holy Cross for the American Legion Northeast Regional Tournament, skipper Matt Allard fashioned a brief statement to his team.

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PROVIDENCE – Fresh off helping a group of the Big East’s best come together as Team USA and come away with a bronze medal at the Lima, Peru-based Pan-Am Games, Providence native and PC sophomore guard David Duke held court with the media inside the Ruane Friar Development Center on Wednesday…

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LINCOLN – Henry Cabral stood in a corner of Gaskin Alumni Hall on the campus of the William M. Davies Jr. Career & Technical High School last Tuesday night and spoke with two youngsters with vastly different builds, but who share the same goal.

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LINCOLN – The parties and celebrations are over. Now is the time to turn the page and refocus on the task at hand.

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WEST WARWICK – After coasting for much of its American Legion losers’ bracket contest against Navigant Post 85 on Tuesday afternoon, Collette/Riverside Post 10 seemed in mighty dire straits.

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PROVIDENCE – With 13 points and five rebounds in 18 minutes, Nate Watson sent a loud-and-clear message inside Alumni Hall on Wednesday night.

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NORTH SMITHFIELD — On a late winter day, Candy Reilly drove home from her job as Spanish teacher/department chair at Davies Tech, but on this occasion did so a bit more anxiously.

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PROVIDENCE – In the aftermath of Player X committing to a school, often you’ll hear a list of reasons why that proved to be the case – ranging from feeling comfortable with the head coach and his staff, the practice facility, to the chance to compete in a prestigious and respected conference.

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PAWTUCKET — Josh Smith was just settling back into life with the PawSox when the righthanded pitcher dealt with an off-field scare.

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PAWTUCKET – If you take John Henry’s comments to heart – the ones the Red Sox owner made earlier this week to WEEI.com concerning the desire to not blow out the budget – it sure sounds like Boston is planning to stay pat at the July 31 trade deadline, which is now t-minus four weeks and counting.

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PAWTUCKET – Initially, it didn’t appear that the stars would align for St. Raphael Academy to procure the services of a former PC Friar star as the Saints’ next boys basketball head coach.

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WOONSOCKET — Pete Ruzzo wasn’t going to allow one coach’s decision ruin a dream he’s harbored since he started playing Little League baseball at Pacheco Park.

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PAWTUCKET  –  For the first time in two-plus decades, Howard-Rogers Post 25 will present to the state an American Legion Senior Division team, and no one is more excited about that than Post Commander and team skipper Jim LaRose.

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PAWTUCKET – If Collette Vacations Post 10 ever desired to have a catchy slogan accompany this summer’s R.I. American Legion season, hands down the perfect one is “everything old is new again.”

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The latest Ocean State Sidelines podcast featuring sports writers Will Geoghegan and Brendan McGair puts a bow on the R.I. high school sports season with looks at the championships won by South Kingstown softball and Mount St. Charles baseball. Plus, a look at St. Raphael's Darius Kipyego he…

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BARRINGTON — With a microphone in his hand and standing mere feet away from the three-person winning team that was eager to once again touch a familiar trophy, CVS Charity Classic co-host Brad Faxon suggested a name change to the golf tournament that’s rooted in charity.

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Even though he was in seventh place after the opening 400 meters of Sunday’s 800-meter run in the USATF U20 Championships, St. Raphael sophomore Darius Kipyego was exactly where he wanted to be.

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PAWTUCKET – Reading from a script that was carefully prepared by PawSox president/pregame maestro Dr. Charles Steinberg, team broadcaster Josh Maurer took great delight in informing the McCoy Stadium audience of where Roger Clemens made his Triple-A pit stop.

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PAWTUCKET – Of course, teammates of Roger Clemens are going to proclaim until they’re blue in the face that the pitcher nicknamed “The Rocket” belongs in baseball’s big boy Hall of Fame.

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EAST PROVIDENCE – Given the way he’s tamed Wannamoisett Country Club during the first two days of this 58th Northeast Amateur Invitational Tournament, Garrett May has earned himself a few extra hours off between rounds two and three.

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\EAST PROVIDENCE – Not even a fickle putter could quell Tony Romo’s spirit at his first-ever Northeast Amateur Invitational Golf Tournament on Wednesday.

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EAST PROVIDENCE — Usually, the big names at the Northeast Amateur don’t rise to the surface until AFTER they have tamed Wannamoisett’s tricked-out putting surfaces and one challenging par-four after another.