WESTERLY — Bishop Hendricken limited Westerly High to 11 points in the first half and topped the Bulldogs, 59-32, in a Division I boys basketball game Wednesday night.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Unbeaten East Greenwich used a balanced attack and a good night at the free-throw line to down Chariho High, 63-44, in a Division II boys basketball game Wednesday night.
WESTERLY — Cranston West outscored Westerly High by 12 points in the final quarter to pull away for a 53-33 victory Tuesday night in a nonleague girls basketball game.
PROVIDENCE — Westerly High had a 25-foot potential game-tying 3-pointer blocked at the buzzer and lost to Central, 61-58, in a Division I boys basketball game Monday night at the Providence Career and Technical Academy.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — A young Chariho High girls basketball team couldn't overcome a scoreless first quarter and fell to Cranston West, 46-29, in its season opener Monday night.
NORTH KINGSTOWN — North Kingstown limited Westerly High to 13 points in the first half and defeated the Bulldogs, 58-27, in a nonleague girls basketball game Sunday.
PROVIDENCE — Chariho High's Finn Weeden placed second in the 3,000 and fifth in the 600 Sunday in a Bayha Division indoor boys track meet at the Providence Career & Technical Academy.
PROVIDENCE — Westerly High's Joe Guarnieri finished second in the 300 and third in the 55 dash during a Dwyer Division boys indoor track meet Sunday at the Providence Career & Technical Academy.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN — Off a brutal loss and without Fatts Russell, the University of Rhode Island men’s basketball team was in survival mode on Sunday.
PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth outscored Chariho High by seven points in the fourth quarter and downed the Chargers, 50-44, in the Division II boys basketball season opener for both teams Saturday.
PAWTUCKET — Westerly High opened a big lead early and cruised past Tolman, 69-20, in the Division II girls basketball season opener for both teams Saturday at Jenks Middle.
PROVIDENCE — Westerly High's Kaya West won two races during a Dwyer Division girls indoor track meet Saturday at the Providence Career & Technical Academy.
PROVIDENCE — Chariho High's Margaret Weeden won the high jump and was second in the long jump during a Bayha Division girls indoor track meet Saturday at the Providence Career & Technical Academy.
The University of Rhode Island men’s basketball team made good memories in Pittsburgh a few years ago, winning the Atlantic 10 Tournament there in 2017 and earning an NCAA Tournament victory in the same building in 2018.
Winter sports in Rhode Island received the green light on Wednesday and could begin competing as soon as Friday.
STONINGTON — Boys and girls basketball in the ECC will be divided into two geographic regions and the season will start on Feb. 12, Stonington High athletic director Bryan Morrone said Tuesday.
A 3-pointer’s worth of Friar hoop thoughts as Providence College swings back into action Wednesday night at Creighton …
SOUTH KINGSTOWN — Through the first six minutes of Saturday’s game, the University of Rhode Island men’s basketball team took only three shots from the field.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High's Mackenzie Allen's abilities and built-in sense of what's around her combine to make her a standout contributor to the Chariho High field hockey team.
PROVIDENCE — A desire to transition to the Rhode Island high school winter sports season from practices to games and meets has not lacked for a shortage of twists and turns.
The “close but no cigar” Providence College men's basketball team was nowhere to be found Tuesday night at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee.
For those clinging to the possibility of checking out a high school basketball game this winter, you’re likely out of luck.
The Rhode Island high school winter sports teams that began practicing Monday did so with an eye toward possibly competing in games upon completing the mandatory 10-day practice period.
WESTERLY — Westerly High's girls tennis team and its top player, Gianna Ferraro, both faced some challenges this season.
Off a surprising loss to St. Bonaventure last weekend, preseason Atlantic-10 favorite Richmond didn’t let the University of Rhode Island men's basketball team spring the same kind of upset Wednesday night.
STONINGTON — At first glance, it would appear that Ellie Korinek is just the centerpiece of the Stonington High field hockey team's offense.
STONINGTON — Stonington High's Sam Montalto was superb during his sophomore year, in 2019, for the school's boys soccer team.
Playing without their starting point guard and trailing by 13 points with seven remaining at Alumni Hall, Providence College appeared to be in deep trouble.
Antwan Walker pulled down an offensive rebound and went back up with it. His putback was off the mark, but teammate Malik Martin grabbed the miss. When his own follow got blocked, Martin scratched for another rebound. Walker then went to the floor to trigger a jump ball after a missed 3-poin…
PROVIDENCE — “First and foremost, I’ve been battling being a big guy my whole life,” Ed Cooley said, his words serving as a jumping-off point for those seeking to shed weight as part of their New Year’s resolutions.
Three local student-athletes were crowned champions at the state swimming championships at Brown University in February — and they all had a connection.
Two local high school coaches and a former Westerly High standout were named state coaches of the year for the 2019-20 school year.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho High continued its recent success in wrestling by adding three more state champions to what has become a long list and putting two wrestlers on the podium at the New England tournament.
STONINGTON — Stonington High put together another outstanding fall sports season, with three teams combining for a 35-3-1 record.
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Over his 30 years as the boys cross country coach at Chariho High, coach Bill Haberek has built quite a program.
After back-to-back days earlier this week when Rhode Island Interscholastic League officials met with superintendents, principals, athletic directors and coaches, the league stressed that all is not lost in the event that school districts opt to implement their own start date for winter spor…
A night when the ball wouldn’t go through the net came at an inopportune time as the Providence College men's basketball team dropped a 70-64 decision to Butler on Wednesday night.