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The Indoor Court owner Tom Brun (center) tossed the coin for the match between Lleyton Hewitt (left) and Ryan Harrison.

Hall recognizes The Indoor Court’s 100th anniversary

Hall recognizes The Indoor Court’s 100th anniversary

NEWPORT — A hearty group of devotees from The Indoor Court in city made the trek to the International Tennis Hall of Fame in the City by the Sea Tuesday afternoon, July 9, to take in some action at the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships and be recognized during a noteworthy anniversary for the local

Former Barrington High School standout Charlie Ionata won the USATF Junior Outdoor National Championships at the University of Oregon on Sunday.

Barrington native is a national track champ

Barrington High School graduate and Wake Forest University student Charlie Ionata won the men’s hammer throw event at the USATF Junior Outdoor National Championships at the University of Oregon on Sunday. In addition, current Barrington High School student Adam Kelly finished in fifth place at the same event. Ionata, who will be a sophomore at

The slick-fielding left side of third baseman Marc LaValley (front) and Adam Duarte, key members of the EPHS title team, will help the Post 10 Juniors defend their state championship this summer.

In East Providence, Post 10 Juniors eye another Legion baseball title

EAST PROVIDENCE — The L&M Construction-sponsored Riverside Post 10 squad is off to a fast start in defense of its Rhode Island American Legion Junior Division Baseball League title, the locals winners of their first five games played over the last week plus. Post 10 reached mid-week with a perfect 5-0 record, which leads the

Chris Macmillan, 8, of Bristol strikes the speed bag under the watchful eye of professional MMA fighter, John “Doomsday” Howard.

The fight is on for fitness

It’s been called the “sweet science,” and on Sunday, June 22, boxing — and the training that goes into building strength, speed and stamina — were on display, drawing dozens of people who want to be fit to try the “sweat” science of boxing. The afternoon family event was hosted by ICON Boxing and Fitness

Barrington's Peter, Karen and Ty Lyon brought home a gold medal from the recent USA Special Olympic games.

Barrington team wins Special Olympics gold

Barrington’s Ty and Peter Lyons competed in the USA Special Olympic games in Princeton, NJ recently and came away with gold medal in Unified Doubles Tennis. To reach the medal round, Ty and Peter defeated pairs from Florida, Georgia, Connecticut and Ohio. In the medal round they defeated a team from Louisiana and knocked off

Thousands of people, including 13 from Barrington, will participate in this year's Pan Mass Challenge.

Barrington riders set for Pan Mass Challenge

Thirteen Barrington residents will participate in the 35th annual Pan-Mass Challenge on Aug. 2 and 3. The event is the largest single athletic fund-raising event in the country. The Barrington riders are Garrett Ames, David Cambria, Steve Cohan, Sara Donohue, Jason Graveline, Michael Hoyt, Michael Marra, Stephen Martel, Doug Mayhew, Chris McDermott, Christopher Patton, Bob

Henry Johnson, Matthew Macaluso and Sam Tanous (from left) helped the Inside the Park Thieves win the 12U New England AAU baseball championship recently.

Barrington boys win New England baseball championship

Earlier this month in Johnston, the Inside the Park Thieves captured the 12U crown at the New England AAU Championship. Only 16 teams out of a field of 69 teams in the Open Division advanced to the playoffs. By clinching the title, the Thieves have an automatic bid to represent New England at the AAU

Barrington's Kate Clancy was one of four local student-athletes to win a Cox Sports Award this year.

Four Barrington student-athletes earn Cox Sports Awards

Libby Dolan, Emma McMillan, Corey Daugherty and Katherine Clancy were among the 29 Rhode Island student-athletes to win 2014 Cox Rhode Island Sports Awards during a recent event at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in Cranston. Libby earned her award for field hockey while Emma was selected for cross country, Corey in basketball and Katherine in