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The Bristol-Warren Little League 12U all-stars shut out Newport 5-0 at Bristol Memorial field on Saturday and crushed Pawtucket 15-3 on the road on Sunday to earn a winner’s bracket … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The ATC (Athletes Turn Champion) Training Facility/Riverside Post 10 Senior Division club opened up its 2022 Rhode Island American Legion Baseball League season last week a … more
Illusion won the largest division in the race, St. David’s Lighthouse Division with 108 boats. Illusion, a Cal 40 owned by Sally and Stan Honey of Palo Alto, California, is the fourth Cal … more
Skipper Charlie Enright of Barrington, guided the IMOCA 60 Mālama,  from 11th Hour Racing across the finish line, almost eight and a half hours after first place finisher, Argo, which completed … more
The Mt. Hope softball suffered a heart breaking 3-2 walk off loss in the tenth inning to Prout in the Division II championship at Rhode Island College on Sunday afternoon. Huskies ace Reily Amaral … more
Fireworks, fans and Huskies exploded after Logan Levesque hit a clutch bases loaded double to score Elsa White and Sydney Crowell in the bottom of the seventh inning and give Mt. Hope a come from … more
A pair of homers, great fielding and awesome pitching were the key as the Mt. Hope softball team shut out East Greenwich in the loser’s bracket quarterfinals at the high school on Wednesday afternoon.  more
After losing to Toll Gate 11-7 in the Division II winner's bracket quarterfinals on Monday evening, the Mt. Hope offense found their mojo, erupted for 11 hits and crushed Narragansett 13-3 at the high school on Tuesday afternoon. more
Mt. Hope fielders are used to seeing strikeouts from ace Reily Amaral, but against Toll Gate, the Huskies saw hits and lots of them as The Titans thrashed Mt. Hope 11-7 in the winner’s bracket quarterfinals at Mt. Hope High School on Monday evening. Mt. Hope will host Narragansett in a losers bracket playoff game on Tuesday at 3:45 p.m. more
The Mt. Hope softball team came from behind to beat Narragansett 5-2 in the first round of the Division II playoffs on Friday afternoon. The 17-1 Huskies who lost the last game of the season to Prout … more
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