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One day after the North Kingstown High School football team clinched a spot in the Division I Super Bowl, the North Kingstown Jaguars youth program captured four Rhode Island Preteen Football Super Bowl championships on Sunday. The Junior Pee Wee team beat the West Elmwood Intruders, the Pee…

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More than 800 runners hit the streets on Sunday as the seventh annual Rhode Races Narragansett event returned to full speed this year with marathon, half marathon and 5K races. Tyler Press of Brighton, Massachusetts, took first place in the marathon in two hours, 56 minutes, 44 seconds. Form…

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Monsignor Clarke Catholic Regional School of Wakefield swept the Catholic Athletic League cross country championships last Wednesday at Slater Park, with its boys and girls teams both winning the team titles.

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Dick Fossa would have enjoyed the football game that christened the field now named in his honor.

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The SRI Sirens, Southern Rhode Island Youth Hockey’s new girls program, made their debut with three games at Boss Arena on Sept. 11.

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Seven members of North Kingstown High School’s state championship baseball team and several other players from around the area helped SnapDragon Baseball’s 16U squad to the New England AAU championship on Aug. 8. The team went 1-1 in pool play in the six-team bracket, then beat Maplewood Bas…

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The New England Patriots Alumni Foundation brought its “Football for You” camp to South County on Friday. Despite warm temperatures, a solid crowd of youngsters turned out for the free event at Narragansett High School. The unique 2-hour, non-contact free clinic stresses leadership, teamwork…

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Michael Millen Sr (left) presents to Mark Nelson (right) an award on behalf of the South County Youth Wrestling Club. Nelson founded the Wrestling Club in 1998 and has been at the head leading as president, coach, and director during the past 22 years. He is being recognized for his dedicate…

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The Chris Collins Wiffle Ball Tournament returned for its third installment after a year away in 2020. Teams converged on Tuckertown Park in South Kingstown on Saturday, with proceeds going to the Chris Collins Foundation. Named for the late Chris Collins – former South Kingstown High School…