We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

AP Sports

  • Updated
  • 0

CUMBERLAND — The Cumberland, Lincoln and Burrillville wrestling teams had different goals entering Saturday's Gorman Invitational, but when the event ended and the teams walked out of the Wellness Center they felt a sense of satisfaction.

  • 0

The 2021 Call/Times All-Area Football Team features 24 selections – a healthy sum that speaks to just how strong the local talent pool was this past season. Let’s raise those helmets high in the air as we shine the spotlight on this noteworthy group that was arranged in alphabetical order pe…

  • 0

NORTH PROVIDENCE — Forwards Dean Ayotte and Michael Hedquist are the fourth and fifth outside-shooting options in most of the Burrillville boys basketball team’s rotations, but with the Broncos clinging to a late lead Friday night against North Providence, the seniors delivered from deep.

  • Updated
  • 0

The message in these trying times that no college sports program wants to hear – “your team has to be shut down because of COVID-19” – has finally been told to the Providence College men’s basketball program.

  • Updated
  • 0

PROVIDENCE – Ed Cooley’s inaugural game as an NCAA Division I men’s basketball head coach took place on November 10, 2006. He was pacing the sideline at Fairfield University.

  • Updated
  • 0

PROVIDENCE – Had he suited up Tuesday night, would A.J. Reeves have made up the 32-point thumping the Providence Friars absorbed at the hands of Marquette?

  • 0

PAWTUCKET — Halftime of Monday’s Division III game against Hope High had arrived, yet the Shea/Tolman girls’ basketball team didn’t end up using the break as a means to recharge for the second half.

  • Updated
  • 0

The current Big East leader in assists hails from Cumberland and has a “golden” opportunity to be mentioned in the same conversation as some of the more notable luminaries who have finished atop the conference in said category.

  • Updated
  • 0

PROVIDENCE — Their first game as a nationally-ranked team in nearly six years did not disappoint.

  • Updated
  • 0

CUMBERLAND — One night after showing maturity and determination as a shorthanded underdog, the Tolman boys basketball team showed what it can do when all the pieces are in place.

  • 0

PAWTUCKET — The Cumberland hockey team simply wanted to prove it belonged in Division I Sunday night against stingy Barrington.

  • 0

HARTFORD – What is the reward for scoring a big-time road win in a hostile environment against a nationally ranked Big East opponent?

  • Updated
  • 0

PAWTUCKET – Instead of putting the ball into the hands of his star sophomore guard, Shea/Tolman girls’ basketball co-head coach Walter “Bunky” Gonzalez chose to rev up his team’s inside game in hopes of ending St. Raphael’s four-year reign as Donaldson-Lynch Tournament champions.

  • Updated
  • 0

PAWTUCKET — What took place Saturday night on arguably the brightest boys’ basketball stage in the city – the Boys & Girls Club – was a marriage between a team’s guards and low-post threats.

  • Updated
  • 0

PROVIDENCE — In a tweet that was sent in response to the Providence College men’s basketball Twitter account posting the final score from Tuesday’s 68-58 win over Vermont, the school’s athletic director chose to shine the light on the hard truth regarding the 9-1 start to the season.

  • Updated
  • 0

PAWTUCKET — There were speed bumps. Lots and lots of them since the dawn of their freshman year of playing football at St. Raphael Academy.

  • 0

PROVIDENCE — There won’t be an all-Pawtucket Division II Super Bowl. For that, you can thank an under-the-radar member of Classical’s offensive wagon along with the Purple’s defense.