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  • Boys & Girls RIIL Hockey Championships on OSN

    Boys & Girls RIIL Hockey Championships on OSN

    For Rhode Islanders who love the purity and passion of local high school sports, this past week of Rhode Island high school basketball playoffs has been a real treat, with a slew of great games presented on OSN and CoxSportsOnline.com Now comes the state hockey championships, and again Cox will bring the action into your living room. Check out our schedule below: 3/6/17 RIIL Girls Hockey Gm. 1 Meehan Aud TBD (TD)Airs 3/19 7:30pm 3/7/16 RIIL Girls Hockey Gm. 2 […]

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  • Classical champs describe the thrill of victory

    Classical champs describe the thrill of victory

    OSN’s Chris DiSano interviews members of the victorious Classical basketball team, shortly after the Purple defeated a gutsy North Kingstown team to win the Rhode Island D1 basketball championship Need more basketball action? Check out “Watch Like A Champion” and get all of your hoop updates, trivia, and tournament talk! Then enter to win a Samsung 60″ LED TV, Galaxy Note Tablet, Panasonic Cordless Phone System, and One Year of Free Service through the Cox Ultimate Entertainment Sweepstakes! 

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  • Classical Wins State Championship

    Classical Wins State Championship

    Kealen Ives had a game-high 22 points, Ismael Batista had all 15 of his points in the second half and Terrill Toe finished with 14 as Classical overcame a seven-point halftime deficit for a 57-52 win over North Kingstown in the championship game of the State Tournament at the Ryan Center. North Kingstown was led by Justin Pratt’s 18 points. Earlier in the day, La Salle wins third straight #RIIL Division I girls basketball championship, 62-29 over Barrington. Both championships […]

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  • PC’s Cotton is 1st Team ALL BIG EAST

    PC’s Cotton is 1st Team ALL BIG EAST

    The Big East announced its all-league teams and Bryce Cotton, the conference’s leading scorer, was named to the first team. Junior center Kadeem Batts was given honorable mention honors. Below is a clip from OSN’s Tip-Off Show featuring Cotton. ALL-BIG EAST FIRST TEAM Shabazz Napier, Connecticut, G, Jr. Otto Porter, Jr., Georgetown, F, So. Gorgui Dieng, Louisville, C, Jr., Russ Smith, Louisville, G, Jr., Jack Cooley, Notre Dame, F, Sr. Bryce Cotton, Providence, G, Jr. ALL-BIG EAST SECOND TEAM Sean […]

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