Cranston, RI (WPRI) – A year after going 9-2 and following in the state quarterfinals, the Cranston East Thunderbolt return a talented team …
Warwick, RI (WPRI) – The Bishop Hendricken Hawks, the 7-time defending Super Bowl champions in Division I will try to keep the momentum goin…
WNIR’s Ron Robert joins Yianni Kourakis to talk high school football
Providence, RI (WPRI) – Providence native and 4-star recruit David Duke may stay home afterall. The Cushing Academy star and former Classica…
Warwick, RI (WPRI) – Washington Redskins defensive back Will Blackmon and the 1981 swim team were among the honorees as Bishop Hendricken ho…
Swider chose the two-time national champion Wildcats over Duke, Syracuse and Xavier.
Paye is heading to play D1 football at the University of Michigan.
North Kingstown’s Chris Hess (URI) was drafted by the Yankees in the 17th round of the MLB draft. Cranston’s Rob Henry, a Hendricken grad w…
Classical beats North Smithfield, 12-2 to claim D-III crown
North Kingstown wins D-I softball title; Barrington claims D-II crown
Ponaganset wins back-to-back Division II titles, 7-1 over Scituate
La Salle rallied for 3 runs in their last at bat with Sean Gill providing the game-winning hit.
La Salle upends South Kingstown in Game 1 in Division 1 by the final of 4-2.
South Kingstown downs Coventry, will see La Salle for D1 Baseball Title
Coventry had a good day on Saturday winning in both softball and baseball at Rhode Island College.
Barrington and North Kingstown get wins at RIC.
Defending champion Ponaganset beats Chariho, 5-3 Prout tops Scituate, 2-1 as the two teams will play again
Cranston East edged out Cranston West ,1-0 to advance to play La Salle in division one. In division two, Chariho walked-off with a thrilling…
Scituate takes home the programs second softball championship beating Tiverton, 10-0 in the Division III finals.
Providence, RI (WPRI) – For the sixth straight year the La Salle Rams are the Division I lacrosse champions. La Salle for the third year in …
Cranston East handles Classical for the D2 boys volleyball title
South Kingstown outlasts Mount for the D1 boys volleyball crown
The Lincoln School took care of South Kingstown and the D2 girls lacrosse title.
Portsmouth’s Nikki Merrill and La Salle’s D.J. Principe were among the big winners at the RIIL State Track Meet.
The Johnston girls completed a masterful comeback to stun Westerly for the division 3 lacrosse title.