The senior rushed for more than 1,400 yards and 15 touchdowns, becoming the first Falcon to earn the state’s Gatorade Football Player of the…
Lussier scored three touchdowns and the decisive two-point conversion to lead the Rams to their first state title since 2008
Walsh leads the RIIL in passing yards (3089) and total yards (4040), with 36 passing touchdowns and 16 rushing scores
Caito’s dominating play at the net helped the Thunderbolts sweep East Greenwich to bring home their second straight Division II volleyball t…
Freitas scored a pair of goals, including the game winner, in the Rams 2-1 victory over South Kingstown.
The South Kingstown senior became only the third girl in RIIL history to take home three straight Individual Cross Country championships.
This week’s Cardi’s Furniture & Mattresses Hometown Sports Hero is Johnston’s Bianca Robbins.
Reilly posted a perfect 16-0 record at No. 1 Singles helping the Anchorwomen to the Little East regular season and conference tournament cha…
A reigning All-Stater, Cortes has rewritten the school’s record books as a running back, becoming the Sentinels all-time leading rusher.
The Hendricken seniors have combined for 19 goals and 8 assists, helping the Hawks to a 6-1-1 start and the top spot in Division I.
Pontarelli was honored by Rhode Island College by having the school’s baseball field renamed in his honor.
The Moses Brown junior already has 12 goals and 4 assists on the season, helping the Quakers to a 5-1 start.
The All-Stater has caught 86 passes for 1,338 yards and 21 touchdowns while adding 172 tackles and 8 interceptions in his three-year Avenger…
For every field goal and extra point Iden scores, pledges will go to the Kick-It Fund which helps in the battle against pediatric cancer.
Kane took home gold in the 3,000 at last spring’s state track meet, earning her the latest 1st Team All-State honor in her decorated Ram car…
The senior ran for more than 1,500 yards with 17 touchdowns last fall, while throwing for another 12 scores from the quarterback spot.
Tyler is the first world-ranked BMX racer to come out of Rhode Island.
After a battle with Ewing’s sarcoma, the Barrington grad is heading back to the University of Alabama to begin his freshman year.
Douglas became the youngest winner of the State Women’s Amateur, knocking off veteran Kibbe Reilly at the 18th hole in their title match.
For a second straight season, the squad will compete for the national crown after taking home the New England regional title.
A former All-Stater at LaSalle Academy and Juanita Sanchez, Dale has decided to return to her home state to play for URI.
Florio’ success on the links has earned her the opportunity to compete this week at the Girls PGA Championship.
The 79-year old will be the oldest competitor at Sunday’s New York City Triathlon. It’s the fourth time he’s taken part in the event.
D’Ellena is a two-time Tri-State Youth Barrel champion, who has already raced at the National Barrel Horse Association World Championships
The Classical senior’s success in the classroom and on the field earned him a preferred walk-on spot at Duke University.