June 28, 2022
Sports
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The District Two little league major division game between Riverside/EP Central and Darlington American of Pawtucket, took two days to complete, due to thunderstorms in the area but ended in exciting … more
The D-R Boys Tennis Team ended its season with a record of 7-1 and a share of the SCC championship with Apponequet and Old Rochester. The Falcons were lead at 1st singles by senior Co-captain Peter … more
MMS Softball had a tremendous season! The girls won seven out of their 10 games. All games have started and ended with 6th grade standout starter Marianna Piña pitching. She has excellent … more
The team played its first season in the South Coast Conference and finished 5th out of seven teams with a 3-5 conference record, before bowing out in the first round of the MIAA Tournament by a score … more
On a picture-perfect spring night on June 16, two highly-competitive Rumford baseball teams went head-to-head in the final playoff game of the season competing for the title of Local Minor League … more
Seekonk — Superintendent Rich Drolet is pleased to announce that Seekonk High School Field Hockey and Softball Head Coach Kim Pellerin received MIAA's 2021 Massachusetts Women in Athletics … more
The East Providence City Council at its June 18, 2019 meeting, voted unanimously to name the girls little league field at Pierce Stadium after a long-time league volunteer, Robert F. Amaral. The … more
The crack of the baseball bat, sounds of kids’ cheers, and tempting smells of ballpark fare are here as the Rumford Little League season swings into action at Kimberly Ann Rock Field this … more
EPHS Girls & Boys Swimming Excel – Boys Take D3 ChampionshipThe Townie girls and boys swim teams had a great season, even for a school without a pool as once was the case.  Both squads … more
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