Westerly’s Phil Pedersen helped carry South Kingstown Post 39 to the title game in the American Legion baseball playoffs.
STONINGTON — A team comprised of players from Stonington and East Lyme finished unbeaten and captured the 18U lacrosse championship during the Nutmeg Games that concluded on July 24.
STONINGTON — When Matt Bergel planned his summer vacation last winter, he wanted to take off the weeks of the Senior Little League East Regionals in Maine (late July) and the World Series in South Carolina (early August).
STONINGTON — After rolling over district and state sectional competition with a power-hitting attack, the Pawcatuck/North Stonington Senior League (14-16) All-Stars found another way to win in the state final series opener Tuesday.
WESTERLY — Luke Fusaro scored 36 points and Levi King added 24 as Healthy Solutions RI beat G&S Auto Sales, 96-90, in the Ocean Community YMCA 18+ summer basketball league Sunday.
STONINGTON — The Pawcatuck/North Stonington Senior Little League All-Stars feature a 2020 state championship banner on the backstop of their regulation baseball diamond at the North Anguilla Road complex.
WARWICK — Three Westerly National Little League pitchers combined for 12 strikeouts in a 5-0 win against Cranston West on Sunday to win the Sally Eddy 8U tournament.
WARWICK — Westerly National's 8U baseball team scored three runs in the top of the sixth and beat Cranston West, 10-7, in the Sally Eddy tournament Saturday.
WARWICK — Westerly National Little League's 8U team scored six runs in the top of the sixth and rallied to b eat Coventry, 6-3, in the Sally Eddy baseball tournament on Friday.
STONINGTON — Wyatt Verbridge drove in four runs as the Pawcatuck/North Stonington Senior League All-Stars defeated Plainfield/SFC/Moosup, 13-1, in the Section 2 baseball tournament Thursday night at the Pawcatuck Little League complex.
GROTON — Starting pitcher Sean Sposato was tagged for five runs on eight hits in 3⅔ innings and took the loss as the Mystic Schooners were beaten by the Danbury Westerners, 7-5, in a New England Collegiate Baseball League game Friday at Fitch High School.
WARWICK — The Westerly National Little League 8U baseball team beat Warwick North, 4-1, in the first pool-play game of the Sally Eddy tournament on Thursday.
WATERFORD — Hope Valley's Rich Stakowski finished seventh in one Late Model race and eighth in another at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl on Saturday night.
STONINGTON — Kyle Kessler homered twice and the Pawcatuck/North Stonington Senior League All-Stars used a 14-run second inning to roll past Stafford, 18-1, in the opening game of the Section 2 baseball tournament Tuesday at the Pawcatuck Little League complex.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN — Christopher Brito's three-run home run highlighted a five-run second inning and the Mystic Schooners held off the Ocean State Waves, 9-7, on Tuesday in a New England Collegiate Baseball League Southern Division game at Old Mountain Field.
WESTERLY — Matt Appleton scored 33 points and Malcolm Carey had 29 as Anderson Law Firm beat G&S Auto Sales, 96-89, in Week 4 of the Ocean Community YMCA 18-Plus Men's Summer Basketball League on Sunday.
GROTON — Four Mystic pitchers combined on a three-hit shutout in the first game, Stanton Leuthner hit a three-run home run in the second and the Schooners swept the Danbury Westerners in a New England Collegiate Baseball League doubleheader Monday at Fitch High School.
WEST WARWICK — Brendan McGovern and Jack Kesner each homered as the Chariho Snapdragon Connie Mack baseball team defeated West Warwick, 12-3, on Thursday.
EAST LYME — Two youth sailors from Stonington's New England Sailing and Science finished first in their divisions at the Larry White Junior Olympic Regatta on Thursday.
STONINGTON — James Main struck out 13 and allowed just two hits as Pawcatuck/North Stonington defeated Groton, 5-0, to capture the District 10 Little League baseball title Thursday night at the Pawcatuck Little League complex.
SMITHFIELD — Ava D'Ortona turned in a pair of strong pitching performances Thursday night helping the 14U Wave Runners softball team reach the state tournament semifinals.
WARWICK — Warwick Continental defeated Chariho, 13-3, to capture the District 3 11s Little League baseball tournament Wednesday night.
WATERFORD — Richmond's Allyha Desomma finished seventh in the 20-lap Bandolero race a the New London-Waterford Speedbowl Wednesday night.
STONINGTON — Kyle Kessler pitched five-plus strong innings to lead the Pawcatuck/North Stonington Senior League All-Stars to a 7-1 victory over Groton in the District 10 baseball tournament Tuesday night at the Pawcatuck Little League complex.
WICKFORD — Danny Kocab hit a two-run single, Dustin Wiitalia and Domenic Andrade added RBI doubles and the Chariho Little League baseball under-11 All-Stars defeated North Kingstown/Wickford, 4-2, in the District 3 tournament Tuesday night at Wilson Park.
SMITHFIELD — The 14U Rhody Wave Runners opened the state travel softball tournament with a 3-0 win over the Storm from Smithfield on Tuesday night.
OLD LYME — Quin Robinson's walk-off hit lifted the Waterford Little League baseball under-11 All-Stars over Mystic, 6-5, in the District 10 championship game Sunday at Cross Lane.
MYSTIC — Matteo Panciera homered and the Mystic Little League baseball 12-and-under All-Stars defeated Ledyard, 15-4, on Saturday in a District 10 tournament game at Rossie Field.
WATERFORD — The Waterford Little League baseball 12-and-under All-Stars edged Pawcatuck/North Stonington, 7-6, in a District 10 tournament game Saturday at Patterson Field.
OLD LYME — The Mystic Little League baseball under-11 All-Stars routed Ledyard, 17-0, on Saturday in a District 10 tournament game Saturday at Cross Lane.
GROTON — Barry Walsh's two-run double highlighted a four-run third inning and the Mystic Schooners rolled past the Bristol Blues, 13-6, in a New England Collegiate Baseball League on Sunday at Fitch High School.
Three Rhody Wave Runners teams participated in the annual Bash on the Beach travel softball tournament Saturday.
HOPKINTON — Jacob Holland, Michael Dachowsky and Landon Charette each had clutch hits and the Chariho 11s Little League All-Stars held off Warwick North, 8-5, in the losers bracket of the double-elimination District 3 baseball tournament Thursday at Dow Field in Hope Valley.
STONINGTON —Sean Bergel pitched an abbreviated no-hitter and the Pawcatuck/North Stonington Senior League baseball All-Stars rolled past Ledyard, 19-0, on Thursday in District 10 round-robin play at the Pawcatuck Little League complex.
WESTERLY — Sebastian Reisch won the 5K for the third straight week Wednesday in the Tom McCoy Family Fun Run Series held weekly in Misquamicut.
The Chariho Snapdragons have picked up two wins — courtesy of pitchers John Pellegrino and Jack Kesner — in Connie Mack baseball play this week.
EAST LYME — Evan Spader, Mason Williams, Holden Salemma, Bryce Williams and Ethan Spinner each had multiple hits as the Mystic 10-12 All-Stars defeated Ledyard, 18-4, in a District 10 baseball tournament game Thursday.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN — Starting pitcher Sean Sposato, a Chariho High graduate, did not figure in the decision during the Mystic Schooners' 5-3 loss to the Ocean State Waves in a New England Collegiate Baseball League game Thursday at Old Mountain Field.
WESTERLY — The Chariho Little League 11-and-under All-Stars pulled away with eight runs in the third inning and went on to eliminate Westerly from the District 3 baseball tournament, 17-6, on Wednesday at the Trombino Sports Complex.
GROTON — James Main pitched 5⅔ scoreless innings to help the Pawcatuck/North Stonington Senior League All-Stars defeat Groton, 10-0, in their first game of pool play in the District 10 baseball tournament.
OLD LYME, Conn. — The Waterford Little League under-11 All-Stars defeated Mystic, 8-1, in a six-inning District 10 baseball tournament game Wednesday that was continued from the previous day.
NEWPORT — Justin Guerrera homered twice and the Newport Gulls scored all their runs in the fourth inning in an 8-1 win over the Mystic Schooners in a New England Collegiate Baseball League game Wednesday at Cardines Field.
It was time to go in a different direction after the Providence College men's basketball team was informed by Jayden Epps that he was reopening his recruiting after the Virginia schoolboy supplied a verbal commitment to the Friars in late March.
PAWCATUCK — Sara Slitt drove in six runs as the Pawcatuck/North Stonington 12s defeated Ledyard, 11-0, in the District 10 Little League softball tournament on Sunday.
GROTON — Marist College's Brian Hart homered twice and drove in five runs to lead the Valley Blue Sox over the Mystic Schooners, 12-7, in a New England Collegiate Baseball League game Monday at Fitch High School.
WATERBURY, Conn. — Tyler Schoff allowed just one hit in five innings as the Mystic Schooners defeated the Danbury Westerners, 7-1, in the New England Collegiate Baseball League Saturday.