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PORTSMOUTH — Young sharpshooters, take notice: The Knights of Columbus Father Christopher S. Rooney Council, No. 3618, is sponsoring its annual free throw contest at 10 a.m. on Saturday, … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School boys’ varsity indoor track team had a good day at the Providence Career & Technical Academy, sweeping its dual meet against Rogers and … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School gymnastics team split its season opener at the Newport County YMCA on Saturday. Portsmouth notched a team score of 121.20 and beat Prout (100.05) but … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School football team fell short of defending its Division-I Super Bowl title when it lost to Cranston East Saturday, 42-28. It was the first D-I championship … more
The Patriots probably played their worst first half of the season but shook off their mistakes to overcome Middletown in the 53rd annual Thanksgiving Day game, 27-16. more
PORTSMOUTH — “We gave them all they can handle,” Ryan Moniz told his players after their Division-I semifinal loss to La Salle Academy Friday night. “We threw the kitchen sink … more
PORTSMOUTH — Ruby Gomes has had bullseyes in her sights for five years now, but her ultimate target is the 2020 Summer Olympics. The Portsmouth High School senior and rifle-shooter … more
The Portsmouth High School football team shut out Barrington,15-0, in a D-I quarterfinal game in chilly Portsmouth on Friday night. Kyle Bicho threw a bomb to wide receiver Peyton Robinson in the … more
The Portsmouth soccer team fell to Hendricken, 2-1, in a Division I quarterfinal game at Bishop Hendricken on Monday night. The Hawks peppered Patriots senior goalkeeper Will Swart who had 12 saves … more
The Portsmouth girls cross country team more
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