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LINCOLN – The Lincoln girls soccer team won't be the most skilled or experienced team in Division II this season, but there won't be many teams in the state that have more resolve and determination than the Lions.

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High school football in Rhode Island is back and it's time for the Ocean State Sidelines podcast crew of Will Geoghegan (The Independent) and Brendan McGair (Pawtucket Times/Woonsocket Call) to look ahead at the upcoming season and this weekend's slate of nonleague games.

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PAWTUCKET — There’s a new 1-2 punch overseeing schoolboy and schoolgirl athletics in the city. Rest assured they are far from newcomers when it comes to understanding the sporting landscape on East Avenue and Exchange Street and all the key players involved in each school building.

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WARWICK — Joe Hassett is one of the all-time great players in Providence College men’s basketball history. Now in his third decade as the team’s radio analyst, his love for the Friars comes across crystal clear every time he straps on the headset.

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PLAINVILLE, Mass. — Jim Dickinson spent this past Friday and Saturday teeing it up in conjunction with the Attleboro Area Golf Association Open. For the Lincoln native who also coaches the golf team at Cumberland High, there’s a heightened sense of anticipation every time one of the true hig…

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Jeremy Clark boldly went where no Tolman High boys tennis player had gone before this spring. He became the first player from his school to reach the semifinals of the RIIL singles tournament, a noteworthy distinction that cemented Clark’s MVP candidacy for the Call/Times All-Area Boys Tennis Team.

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PROVIDENCE – School is back in session for one of the top Providence basketball Friars under Ed Cooley’s watch. Only this time, the player nicknamed “Buckets” will be doing his part in helping to mold the current group of PC hoopsters.

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PROVIDENCE — No one would have faulted Darius Kipyego if he desired to transform his final track meet as a R.I. Interscholastic League competitor into an individual showcase.

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EAST GREENWICH — Turns out there was a very good reason why the St. Raphael baseball team elected to tread carefully with Jonathan Quinn during the regular season.

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PROVIDENCE – There will be a new Division I softball state champion after sixth-seeded Cumberland upset No. 3 La Salle, 6-4, on Thursday. The Clippers jumped out to a 6-0 lead heading into the bottom of the sixth.

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PAWTUCKET — Tolman junior Gina Carpenter saw she was batting seventh in the order for Shea/Tolman co-op in Thursday’s Division IV semifinal against rival Central Falls and had a simple thought.

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WARWICK — For the most part, realigning Rhode Island high school sports has been as simple as “see formula … use formula … here’s your divisional assignment.”

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The newest member of the Providence College men’s basketball program can talk about an experience that’s vastly different than most freshmen who have entered the NCAA Transfer Portal.