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By RYAN D. MURRAY The No. 7 Johnston Panthers trounced the No. 10 Rogers Vikings 46-24 on Friday night during the Preliminary Round of the Division III Boys Basketball Tournament at Johnston High School. Johnston junior forward Anthony Tavares led all more
Snow, snow, go away – and don’t come back another day, either. “At least not until we’ve completed our winter sports season,” Keith Cory, the athletic director at Johnston High School, … more
David DelFino, his peers and players’ parents will tell you, “is a young coach on the rise.” However, Andrea Spaziante – the popular principal at Immaculate Conception Regional Catholic … more
These five Johnston High School cheerleaders – as well as The Panther (Lala Olagundoye) – are joined by Pawtucket Red Sox mascot Paws and Mrs. Paws during last Friday night’s benefit basketball … more
By PETE FONTAINE Judge James E. Dooley, one of New England's great early sports entrepreneurs and a long-time Johnston resident, is one of 10 distinguished people who have been elected to the Rhode Island Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2019. Dooley was more
By PETE FONTAINE When the Rhode Island State High School Science Fair begins tomorrow at the Community College of Rhode Island Knight Campus in Warwick, David Iannuccilli may have the two-day event's most talked about project. For starters, its baseball more
Sunday night at the Crown Plaza in Warwick, Cranston resident and longtime Cranston High School East teacher and boys basketball Coach Rick Harris was inducted into the Rhode Island Basketball Coaches Association Hall Of Fame at their annual banquet for more
By PETE FONTAINE For three days last weekend, Johnston turned into the basketball capital of Rhode Island. That's because the Rhode Island Youth Basketball Association made a seasonal stop in Johnston where 75 boys and 36 girls teams played a total of more
The students at McGuire Elementary School in Johnston got a treat last week, as New England Patriots offensive lineman Ted Karras and Patriots cheerleader Ashlee Bourque made an appearance as part of their Read Between the Lines campaign. Karras and more
By PETE FONTAINE The Johnston Youth Wrestling Association, which features youngsters ages 5-14 and ranks among one of the best programs in Rhode Island, is about to rewrite its storied history book. Sunday, the JYWA will transform the state-of-the-art more
By PETE FONTAINE Bowling in the spotlight is nothing new for Johnston residents Megan Ranucci, Mia Famino, Zachary Simonelli and Gene Potter. After all, those four youngsters were members of two teams that represented Town Hall Lanes and earlier this more
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