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The any given day mantra continues to apply to CAA football this season, and the University of Rhode Island is thoroughly enjoying life on the right side of it. 

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Every Colonial Athletic Association team except the University of Rhode Island opened the spring football season this past weekend. The Rams were on a week one bye, adding further mystery to an already wide set of unknowns. 

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Exeter native hitting well in junior season at UNCW

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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-point…

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Leave it to one of the best athletes in South Kingstown High School history, a member of the class of 2020, to sum up the mix of heartbreak and perspective that defined sports for much of   2020. 

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Opening day at Yawgoo Valley was nothing less than spectacular! It all went down two days after  the region was buried in fresh natural snow. Skiers and snowboarders lined up early to get a taste  of the fresh, groomed surfaces on Rhode Island’s only ski area. For the first time in many year…

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Restrictions that seemed foreign when first announced ended up as just a footnote in the fall high school sports season. 

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As the pause came to an end Sunday night, coupled with no changes to the R.I. Youth Sports Guidelines for winter sports the Interscholastic League was planning on rolling out, the league announced Friday that  schools may begin practicing on Monday, Jan. 4.

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Games against three Big East teams highlight what is shaping up to be a challenging 2020-21 season for the URI men’s basketball team.

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Her final athletic season in her high school career was cut short, but Faith Hutchins isn’t done re-writing the state record books quite yet. Even after her final basketball season with the Rebels ended prematurely due to the coronavirus, Hutchins picked up the prestigious Gatorade Player of…

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The local sports community suffered a sudden tragedy over the weekend, with the unexpected passing of North Kingstown athletic director Richard ‘Dick’ Fossa. Tributes quickly poured out in support of a man who dedicated his entire adult life to youth athletics.

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It is a beautiful winter morning in Exeter, with the sun shining bright under cloudless skies.  A group of beginner snowboarders and skiers are about to embark on their first ever lessons at the Yawgoo Valley Ski Area. There is no doubt that this winter has been a challenge for Rhode Island’…

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Tomas Murphy suffered a bad break early in the season for the Northeastern men’s basketball team. Actually it wasn’t “a break”, but an ankle injury that has kept the 6-foot-8, 230-pound junior on the sidelines the last 12 games.

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Headed into Monday night’s game against Coventry, North Kingstown’s Clay Brochu needed 26 points to eclipse 1,000 points for his career. For the high-scoring guard, that number is obtainable on pretty much any given night. After Brochu scored just seven points in the first half, it looked li…

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EAST GREENWICH - Shutout victories have become a staple for the Cumberland High School girls soccer team in 2019. The Clippers recorded nine of them in the regular season before going on to blank Barrington by a 1-0 final in the quarterfinals of the D-I State Tournament.

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NORTH KINGSTOWN – The continual success of the Skipper football team has set their expectations mighty high. They may have raised the bar even higher last Friday, defeating Barrington in a first-round playoff game, 50-7.

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NORTH KINGSTOWN – The Skippers boys soccer team has been in this position before, and they’re hopeful that history doesn’t always have to repeat itself. The No. 1 team in Division I for the second time in three seasons, the Skippers are looking to prove that 2017’s early exit was a fluke.

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NORTH KINGSTOWN - The Saint Raphael football team got a first-hand look at just how hard it is to defeat North Kingstown on Friday night. Hendricken is the only program that’s managed that feat in the past two seasons, but the Saints looked to join their ranks, trailing by two scores at the …

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KINGSTON – Regardless of the opponent, the University of Rhode Island football team will play them close. Late-game execution – or a lack thereof – has meant that the Rams have only won one game of the six tight ones they’ve played.

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The Skipper field hockey team is on a massive win streak that has featured some massive wins. Since losing their first two games of the 2019 season, NK has rattled off 11 consecutive wins and now sit alone in first place in Division I.

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The various Little League District All-Star Tournaments will begin in earnest this weekend. See below for this weekends schedule and be sure to check out all of the RI Central papers next week for full coverage of the games.

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The Wickford Middle School baseball team defeated North Cumberland 3-2 in Friday's title game. Evan Beattie went the distance on the mound, and Will Brew, Beattie and his brother Blake scored the team's three runs.