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  • PC Friars Lacrosse vs Denver Pioneers April 19 Preview

    PC Friars Lacrosse vs Denver Pioneers April 19 Preview

    The Providence College Lacrosse team will look to end a rough season on a high note when they play their second to last game Saturday, April 19. The 3-10 Friars will take on the 10-2 University of Denver Pioneers at the Friars home field in Providence, RI, for the Friars’ Senior Day. The Friars, led by head coach Chris Gabrielli, started the 2013-14 season off strong with three wins in their first four games (beating Vermont, Boston University and Fairfield) […]

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  • Food, Flowers and Cool Cars Raise Funds

    Food, Flowers and Cool Cars Raise Funds

    By David Dadekian In February the Rhode Island Community Food Bank held it’s annual Taste of the Flower Show preview party at the Rhode Island Convention Center. The Taste of the Flower Show event offers supporters of the Food Bank the opportunity to sample some of the state’s finest food and drink while getting a sneak peak at the landscapes prepared inside the Center before the show opens to the public the following day. This year’s Flower Show included some […]

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  • Varsity Life’s Top 5 Plays of the Week

    Varsity Life’s Top 5 Plays of the Week

    This is the first installment of the Top 5 Plays of the Spring Season. At #5 is East Providence Townie big man Lucas Flavin, laying down the big time spike and the Lasalle defender takes a seat. At #4 is the Mariners Abigail McKanna, who pulls off the sweet spin move to get free, then fires the shot by the goalie for the score. In the #3 spot, Cranston West 2nd baseman Travis Collins skies high to rip the line […]

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  • Mad Men and Old Fashioned Cocktails Return

    Mad Men and Old Fashioned Cocktails Return

    By Larry Carroll As the great philosopher/ad executive Roger Sterling remarked: “We drink because it’s good, because it feels better than unbuttoning your collar, because we deserve it. We drink because it’s what men do.” Okay, technically Roger is a fictional character – the swinging senior statesman on “Mad Men.” But in real life, the adult beverages that the executives at SC&P swig between pitch meetings have sparked a very real renaissance for 1960’s cocktails. “Twenty years in the business […]

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  • Cumberland Boys Hockey: A Season to Remember

    Cumberland Boys Hockey: A Season to Remember

    The Cumberland boys hockey team are fresh off winning the division 2 hockey state championship.  It was a season that was simply spectacular.  The team went 19-0 overall during the regular season scoring 95 goals while only allowing 13.  In the playoffs the Clippers lost just 1 game which was in the semi finals to their rival Lincoln.  Varsity Life’s Tim McKone caught up with the team to discuss their impressive championship season.

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  • Classical’s Isaac Lufkin Triumphs Over Adversity

    Classical’s Isaac Lufkin Triumphs Over Adversity

    Classical’s Isaac Lufkin, who was born without arms, was selected as the 2014 Section 1 recipient of the “National High School Spirit of Sport Award” by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS).  Varsity Life discusses the award and Isaac’s inspiring story with his head coach and Classical AD Bob Palazzo.

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  • Hendricken’s Colin Tierney Rates With Best Runners in New England

    Hendricken’s Colin Tierney Rates With Best Runners in New England

    Hendricken’s Colin Tierney had an outstanding Cross Country and indoor track season. Considered one of the top runners in New England, Tierney he is looking to finish off his senior season in outdoor track with a few more records. Tim Mckone caught up with the Hawks’ star runner.

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  • Jake Martin: Mountie Pride and Determination

    Jake Martin: Mountie Pride and Determination

    The Mount St. Charles hockey team is still celebrating their best-of-three victory over Bishop Hendricken, in the process winning their 44th hockey title in school history. A strong work ethic is the foundation for any player who plays for Mountie head coaches Bill and Dave Belisle. Jake Martin takes it one step further than most, proving that a person can accomplish anything with hard work and determination.

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  • Varsity Life’s Top 5 Plays from the Winter Season

    Varsity Life’s Top 5 Plays from the Winter Season

    Varsity Life wrapped up the winter sports season a special edition of Top 5 Plays.  This is the Top 5 Plays of the winter sports season. Enjoy. At #5,  Middletown’s Justin Bailey follows up the missed layup with the two hand put-back dunk. #4 is from Hendricken’s William Parmlee taking it to the rack with authority finishing with the tomahawk jam. In the #3 spot it’s teamwork at it’s best with Lasalle’s Matthew Ernster passing the puck off of the boards […]

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  • Cox Sports: The Week in Review

    Cox Sports: The Week in Review

    By Benjamin Larsen Another busy week in New England sports has come to a close. Here are just a few of the stories we followed this week. (For your college basketball fix, check out why Vin Parise thinks UCONN has what it takes to win the championship vs Kentucky.) Home not so sweet for Sox The 2014 Major League Baseball regular season kicked off this past week and the Red Sox returned to Fenway Park for a memorable home-opener filled […]

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