Here are the scores from the highlights games of week two of Pick Six. Johnston 36, Classical 38North Providence 8, Chariho 26Middletown 6, East Greenwich 38La Salle 49, South Kingstown 0 Toll Gate 6, North Smithfield/Mt. St. Charles 47Portsmouth 40, Barr
Are you ready for some football! Brown opens its 142nd season of intercollegiate football with a road game against Bryant on Saturday, September 21 at Beirne Stadium in Smithfield, R.I. The cross-state matchup will mark the debut of former Ivy League Play
Bill Belichick and the players did their best to talk up the Jets, but a lot of the talk again surrounding Antonio Brown as the Patriots returned to practice Wednesday.
Stephen Vogt hit a two-run homer and the Giants beat the Red Sox 11-3 on Wednesday night, giving Bruce Bochy his 2,000th career victory as a manager in the majors.
Haley Sawyer tallied 19 kills for the visiting Skippers as North Kingstown defeats La Salle in straight sets in Division I girls volleyball Wednesday. The Skippers improve to 4-0 to start the season.
The Patriots have placed left tackle Isaiah Wynn on injured reserve, marking the latest blow to an already injury-riddled offensive line.
Free agent defenseman Brandon Carlo has signed a two-year extension to remain with the Boston Bruins.
In Division II girls volleyball Tuesday night, West Warwick defeating Juanita Sanchez in straight sets. The Wizards improve their unbeaten record to 6-0.
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The Providence College men's soccer team edged the Harvard Crimson, 1-0, on Monday, Sept. 16 on Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium. Tiago Mendonca (Faro, Portugal) scored the game-winning goal in the 21st minute.
In Division III girls volleyball Monday night, Narragansett sweeps Shea, 3-0. The Mariners improve to 4-0.
Johnston 14 EWG 6Burlillville 33, South Kingstown 8Monsignor Farrell 14, La Salle 19PCD 0, Toll Gate 28 Scituate 9, Davies 0 North Smithfield/Mt. St. Charles 35, North Providence 8Cranston East 6, Barrington 27 Hendricken 27, Cranston West 7 Mt. Pleasant
New wide receiver Antonio Brown practicing for the second straight day in Foxboro with the Patriots Thursday.
The Boston Bruins opening Training Camp Thursday in Brighton, Mass. After playing deep into June & losing in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final, the B's are looking to leave last season in the past and quickly look ahead to a new schedule.
In Thursday night high school football action, Shea knocks off Lincoln in Pawtucket, 42-7.
Wide receiver Antonio Brown went through his first practice with the New England Patriots today.
In Barrington Wednesday night, Cranston West girls volleyball sweeps the Eagles, 3-0, to improve to 4-0. Also in Barrington, St. Andrew's boys soccer travels across the street and defeats the Eagles, 4-1.
In Division I boys soccer Tuesday night, North Kingstown defeats Shea, 2-1, thanks to a goal in the final minutes. North Providence blanks St. Raphael Academy in Division II girls soccer, 2-0.
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Antonio Brown has agreed to terms with the New England Patriots hours after the Oakland Raiders cut him, going from the NFL's cellar to the defending Super Bowl champions on Saturday despite wearing out his welcome with two teams in one offseason.Antonio
Playing under lights for the first time since the 1972 season opener, Rhode Island dropped a heartbreaker in triple-overtime, falling to No. 21 44-36 Saturday night. On fourth-and-goal from the Delaware 3-yard line, Justis Henley picked off a pass in the
The Rhode Island Hockey Hall of Fame inducted its second class at an enshrinement ceremony at Twin River Casino Friday. RIHHOF PRESS RELEASE: In alphabetical order, the 10 new inductees are: BROTHER ADELARD BEAUDET, S.C.A founder and coach of the iconic M
New Bedford 24, Taunton 13King Phillip 25, North Attleboro 7Durfee 28, Somerset Berkley 22Case 28, Tri-County 14La Salle 7, Cranston East 0Bishop Hendricken 21, Moses Brown 0Cranston West 14, Coventry 6Cumberland 18, Lincoln 12St. Rays 14, Tolman 7
Defending Division IV champion Tiverton faced Mt. Hope, and Central clashed with Mt. Pleasant in a pair of Injury Fund Football games Thursday. Check out the highlights in the attached video.