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  • LaSalle Academy Tops East Prov 41-14

    LaSalle Academy Tops East Prov 41-14

    Dan Nettell reports and recaps from Division 1 semi-final playoff matchup between East Providence and LaSalle on 11/29/11.

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  • VLife’s Thanksgiving Football Wrap-up

    VLife’s Thanksgiving Football Wrap-up

    Host Frank Carpano gave an overview of the Thanksgiving Day football games in Rhode Island on the latest episode of cox Sports’ Varsity Life.

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  • Westerly-Stonington Thanksgiving Football

    Westerly-Stonington Thanksgiving Football

    Our latest installment of “Varsity Life” focuses on the many Thanksgiving Day football rivalries, including the classic Westerly vs. Stonington game. Melanie Pellowski visits with the teams.

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  • URI @ Brown Game Notes

    URI @ Brown Game Notes

    Courtesy of URI Athletics, here are the game notes for tonight’s matchup versus Brown. Click the image for the full version.  

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  • Providence College: Black & White premieres 12/1

    Providence College: Black & White premieres 12/1

    Cox Sports to Air Original Documentary Film on Race and Basketball at Providence College Providence College: Black and White Airs Thursday, December 1 West Warwick, RI – On Thursday, December 1 at 9:30 p.m., Cox Sports will debut Providence College: Black and White, an original documentary film detailing the relationship between the civil rights movement in America and college basketball at Providence. Cox Sports produced the film, and it will air on Cox channel 3 and 1003 in HD. It […]

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  • Ed Cooley Post Game: Holy Cross

    Ed Cooley Post Game: Holy Cross

    Here’s Coach Cooley’s post game press conference following their 82-77 gutsy win over a game Holy Cross team. While this may be an up and down season due to lack of depth, Friar fans have to be pleased with a core of Cotton, Council, Coleman & Henton with Rick Ledo, Kriss Dun & Josh Fortune on the horizon. (Now, if they could just add that big…)  

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  • Friars Top Crusaders 82-77

    Friars Top Crusaders 82-77

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Providence College men’s basketball team defeated the Holy Cross Crusaders, 82-77, on Tuesday, Nov. 29, at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. Junior guard Vincent Council (Brooklyn, N.Y.) posted his first double-double of the season with 19 points and 11 assists. He also had seven boards. The game marks the third time this season that four Friars have scored in double-digits as sophomores Bryce Cotton (Tucson, Ariz.) and Gerard Coleman (Boston, Mass.) posted 24 and 18, respectively and […]

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  • LaSalle Rams 34-14 victory over the Townies

    LaSalle Rams 34-14 victory over the Townies

    Dan Nettell reports from East Providence, RI following the LaSalle Rams 34-14 victory over the Townies.

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  • Future Friar Kris Dunn Profiled in ESPN

    Future Friar Kris Dunn Profiled in ESPN

    Dunn Future Friar Kris Dunn, the 29th ranked player in the ESPNU100, was recently profiled by ESPN HS Magazine. (Thanks to Friarblog.com for the heads up.) Here’s a brief excerpt: You’d like Kris Dunn. At first blush, the New London senior comes across as a happy-go-lucky kid, all smiles and jokes and goofiness. He’s exceedingly polite but possesses a mischievous grin. A bit lanky at 6-foot-3, he exudes an air of fun — an adventurer ready for his next caper. […]

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  • St. Andrews Holiday Classic

    St. Andrews Holiday Classic

    Our friend Mike Hart recently sent us the schedule for the 2011 St. Andrew’s Holiday Classic. St. Andrews does an excellent job putting this on every year, so if you’re in the area, head over to Barrington to see some top notch prep school basketball. Friar fans will want to pay particular attention to Tilton Academy, home of Nerlens Noel & Goodluck Okonoboh (plus super soph Wayne Selden). Cox Sports will be there of course, so check back for updates! […]

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