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April 28th, 2015

Lincoln-Cumberland High Softball | MAYER MAGIC: Grand slam leads Lions over Clippers, 8-6

April 28, 2015

 

CUMBERLAND  –  One swing of the bat helped Lincoln High remain unbeaten at 5-0, and to no one’s surprise, the bat belonged to senior captain Stacey Mayer.

The St. Joseph’s University-bound talent blasted an inside-the-park grand slam in the top of the second inning, a frame which saw the Lions score six times, on their way to beating Division I-North rival Cumberland, 8-6, at Tucker Field on Tuesday.

Pawtucket Red Sox | Jackie Bradley Jr. gets the call to Boston after strong April with PawSox

April 28, 2015

 

PAWTUCKET – “Everything is out of my control. I just play ball.”

So said Jackie Bradley Jr. earlier this month at PawSox Media Day, but the outfielder most likely did in fact exert some control over his promotion to the major leagues on Tuesday, with his run of excellent play throughout the month of April. 

April 27th

Lincoln, Mount, North Smithfield Golf | Laverdiere’s 38 paces Lions to pair of North Division wins

April 27, 2015


LINCOLN  –  Just a month ago, North Smithfield High collected the R.I. Division II Hockey Tournament championship with a two-game sweep of South Kingstown, and senior Jake Decelles played a pivotal role in it.

Now he’s a member of the North Smithfield golf team, and admitted he’s trying to do the same on the links as he did on the ice.

Pawtucket Red Sox | Castillo set for return to lineup, Barnes back in rotation

April 27, 2015


PAWTUCKET – The PawSox could welcome outfielder Rusney Castillo back to the lineup as soon as Wednesday night’s game. 

April 26th

Providence College basketball | LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD FRIARS: Dunn can't be the only show in town

April 26, 2015

PROVIDENCE – A mini-celebration erupted at the intersection of Eaton St. and River Ave. the moment Providence College sent out a release regarding Kris Dunn’s desire to put the NBA on hold and remain a Friar for a little bit longer.

“I thought about not having him a lot,” said coach Ed Cooley. “It would have been a totally different team without him.”

Mount St. Charles-Cumberland Softball | Kelliher, Newcomb lift Mounties to 4-3 walk-off win over unbeaten Clippers

April 26, 2015

WOONSOCKET – Inside the Mount St. Charles dugout after the top of the sixth inning, sophomore righty Emily Durand made a reasonable request to her teammates.

With the Mounties guarding a 3-2 lead over Division I-North nemesis Cumberland High, Durand asked only, “Get me some insurance runs, please!”

They didn’t then, but responded when they needed to most.

April 24th

Providence College basketball | NOT DUNN JUST YET: PG puts NBA on hold, returns to PC for junior season

April 24, 2015

PROVIDENCE – Turns out the most important 2015 recruit in Ed Cooley’s sights is staying put at Providence College.

The NBA can wait for Kris Dunn, who on Friday ended a month’s worth of speculation by announcing that he is returning to the Friars for his redshirt junior season. Dunn still has two years of playing eligibility remaining, but academically he will be a senior who in one year is scheduled to graduate with a degree in social science.

Mount St. Charles Baseball | Mounties pound out 13 hits in 8-0 win over Tolman

April 24, 2015

PAWTUCKET – Veteran head coach Tom Seaver couldn’t help but laugh as he watched his Mount St. Charles players enter the first-base gate to McCoy Stadium’s splendor on Friday morning.

“We got here at 10 a.m., an hour before game time, and their eyes lit up when they saw the field,” a grinning Seaver said. “A lot of them had their cell phones out, taking pictures of this beautiful park.”

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April 24, 2015

April 23rd

Pawtucket Red Sox | Catcher Swihart honing pitch-calling, game management skills

April 23, 2015



PAWTUCKET – At one time, the Red Sox felt Triple A was the perfect place to impress upon the finer points of game management to up-and-coming catchers. 

The organization changed its philosophy shorted after drafting Blake Swihart in 2011. Now the art of calling pitches and understanding opposing hitters’ tendencies gets started at the lower levels.

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