September 1, 2014
Sports
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TOP OF THE WORLD: Cranston resident Stacie …
It’s hard for Stacie Venagro to say which one was more surprising – the title in her first real taste of big competition or her second title in a row, when the competition got even … more
HOME COURT: CCRI assistant coach Soap Toun …
On the blacktop of a Cranston court, Soap Toun’s storybook basketball career was born. It took him to state championships and milestones at Cranston East, to the college basketball ranks at … more
Carson Kenny tries to escape from the hold of a …
The Johnston wrestling team made a splash early last season when it tied perennial powerhouse Cumberland. The Panthers couldn’t pull off the same trick this year. Facing the Clippers in … more
From wrestling mats and volleyball courts, to baseball and football fields, 2013 had no shortage of special moments. We take a look back at the year in Johnston sports. Upper Echelon The … more
Pictured, left to right: Bruno, Gravel and Boehm …
Three Johnston High School athletes were honored at the Rhode Island girls’ soccer postseason banquet last week. Leah Gravel and Rachelle Boehm earned all-division honors, while Catherine Bruno won … more
Johnston's Larry Dureault drives baseline in …
The real season begins tonight, but the Johnston boys’ basketball team already owns a feather in its cap – and some momentum for the start of league play. After an overtime win over Warwick … more
Mike Caparco tries to break free during a match …
A year ago, the Johnston wrestling team took the jump to the state’s highest division and made itself right at home. The Panthers won the Division I-South regular-season title en route to a tie for … more
Johnston’s Karina Mattera looks to drive to the …
The moment a young squad went 12-6 and made a surprising run to the semifinals two seasons ago, the bar was raised for the Johnston girls’ basketball team. It remains as high as ever this … more
Mark Breton goes up for a layup during last …
At some point, graduation losses take their toll in high school sports, but the Johnston boys’ basketball team has managed to avoid that the past few years by replacing their stars with almost no … more
JOHN GESUALDI
The Johnston/North Providence co-op team had a tough draw on the opening weekend of the hockey season but at least came away with something to build on after a rough first night. On Friday, the … more
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