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March 26th, 2012

Hurley quickly gets his feet wet at URI; Council looking forward to senior year at PC

March 26, 2012

WARWICK — Whenever a new administration takes the reins of power, the first few days can seem like a blur. In the case of Dan Hurley, the newly minted URI head coach has wasted little time in remaking the program and personnel he’s inheriting into one befitting of his image.
Monday saw Hurley conduct an early morning workout session with the Rhody players brought specifically to campus by previous coach Jim Baron. He described the proceedings as a prime chance to gather more information while simultaneously laying his cards on the table in terms of expectations moving forward.

March 25th

North Smithfield's Sherman winding down hockey career at Vermont prep school

March 25, 2012

Cassandra Sherman may be only 17 years old, but the North Smithfield native has seen more of New England, New York state, and eastern Canada than the average adult three times her age has.
She’s seen plenty of southern New England during her days in youth hockey, and she’s played in every hockey arena in this state during her freshman and sophomore seasons on the North Smithfield High girls’ team.

March 23rd

Red Sox eye process of filling minor-league rosters

March 23, 2012

There are organizational meetings followed by player evaluations with a round of office powwows involving high-ranking team officials. Welcome to the portion of spring training where filling out minor-league rosters starts to take on a more serious tone.

New scoreboard highlights McCoy Stadium changes

March 23, 2012

PAWTUCKET — The desire to remain current with the times and create a setting that’s aesthetically pleasing to the eyes of those passing through the turnstiles at McCoy Stadium – the members of the Pawtucket Red Sox front office continue to display a jeweler’s attention to detail.

March 22nd

Lincoln's DeSimone seeks to close out high school career with title

March 22, 2012

LINCOLN — It was pretty much on a whim that Jillian DeSimone even picked up a lacrosse stick.
As a Lincoln High freshman back in the fall of 2008, she played girls' varsity soccer, and even earned a letter for her rather solid play. A few months later, as spring approached, her dad, Louis, suggested she try out for the school's lacrosse program.

March 21st

McGair: Carlesimo, Wojnarowski speak highly of new URI coach Hurley

March 21, 2012

On Wednesday, the URI community rolled out the red carpet – or maybe it was Keaney blue – as a symbolic token to welcome new head coach Dan Hurley and his family. To enlighten the masses regarding the kind of coach and person that Rhode Island is getting in Hurley, we engaged in a background check that conjured all sorts of positive vibrations.

March 20th

McGair: Cheerleading faces murky future as varsity sport

March 20, 2012

Five years have passed since the R.I. Interscholastic League recognized cheerleading as a full-fledged varsity sport. Time will tell if such a distinction remains in place moving forward.

March 18th

Rocco Baldelli opens up on day he's inducted into Hendricken Athletic HOF

March 18, 2012

WARWICK – If nothing else, Sunday offered Rocco Baldelli a rare chance to partake in some deep-seeded reflection.
An intensely private sort, Baldelli more often than not comes across as a man of mystery rather than someone who’s willing to lay all his cards on the table. Such an introverted/reclusive approach helped the Woonsocket native get through the turbulent times that arose during his career of seven major-league seasons, the belief at the time that the less the general public knew, the better.

March 17th

Soukhamthath's ready to make his mark in MMA

March 17, 2012

If Woonsocket’s Andre Soukhamthath was looking to make his first full year as a professional mixed martial arts fighter a truly exceptional one, then he’s off to a brilliant start.
The electrifying bantamweight prospect kicked off the year by picking up his first pro victory on Feb. 3 with a second-round submission of Gilvan Santos before a large gathering of local fight fans at Twin River.

March 16th

Lincoln's Mayer will bring softball talents to Virginia

March 16, 2012

LINCOLN — Fielding phone calls, requests and inquiries from collegiate softball coaches are nothing new to Mark and Marie Mayer, the parents of Lindsay Mayer, Lincoln High's magnificent junior shortstop.
They actually started during her eighth-grade year; that's when University of South Florida head coach Ken Erikson asked Mark and Marie if they would bring their daughter to the Tampa campus so they could meet.

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