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  • Varsity Life 04-07-2014 Preview

    Varsity Life 04-07-2014 Preview

    By: Domenic Vasconcelos Varsity Life Producer Featured this week on Varsity Life is an exclusive “1 on 1″ interview with the greatest hockey coach in Rhode Island high school history. Joe Kayata caught up with the Mounties head coach Bill Belisle, fresh off the school’s 44th state hockey title. Sticking with the hockey theme, Frank Carpano chats it up with members from the girls state hockey championship team from Warwick. This team made R.I high school hockey history being the […]

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  • Watch Varsity Life Tonight on OSN

    Watch Varsity Life Tonight on OSN

    By: Domenic Vasconcelos, Varsity Life Producer. It’s another jam packed championship Varsity Life this week with highlights from the boys and girls state basketball championships as well as the boys hockey championships. Then it’s off to Barrington high school where the Barrington track and field program has featured some of the best throwers in the nation.  Varsity Life will learn more about the program and the man who runs the show. The boys basketball Final 4 at the Ryan Center […]

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  • Cooley Credits Keno for Recruiting Cotton, Batts

    Cooley Credits Keno for Recruiting Cotton, Batts

    Providence College Coach Ed Cooley chats with Joe Kayata before his team heads for San Antonio to do battle with the UNC Tarheels. On the enormous challenge of playing North Carolina in the NCAA tourney on Friday night – “We’ve got our hands full,” says the coach. Cooley also extended credit to the previous Friar coach Keno Davis for recruiting both Bryce Cotton and Kadeem Batts, now senior cornerstones on his team.

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  • Varsity Life 3-10 show preview

    Varsity Life 3-10 show preview

    This week on Varsity Life it’s another championship caliber show with a recap of  the girls hockey and boys basketball division championships.    The New England wrestling championships took place at the Providence Career and Technical Academy, we’ll see if any Rhode Islanders pinned down a New England title. On March 15th a big time fundraiser will be held at East Greenwich High School featuring some of the best high school prospects in New England.  Varsity Life will catch up with Derek […]

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  • Varsity Life Preview: 3/3 Show

    Varsity Life Preview: 3/3 Show

    This Week Varsity Life will recap the wrestling state championships that take place at the Providence Career and Technical Academy over the weekend.  Then it’s off to the rink with a recap from the girl’s hockey playoffs to see who will match up in the championships. It was an extra special Tuesday night in North Kingstown as basketball manager Zac Brady took the court and had the entire gym cheering him on.  Varsity Life reporter Maddy Sattler was there for […]

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  • Streak of 24 straight swimming championships ends

    Streak of 24 straight swimming championships ends

    The boys state swimming championship took place on February 23, and prior to the big competition, Varsity Life’s Joe Kayata talked to the two teams that would most likely be battling for first place: Bishop Hendricken, which was looking to get its 25th straight title to seal its quarter-century dynasty, and Smithfield, the only team in the state to have beaten Hendricken at any point all season. After the preview of the meet, Varsity Life’s Adam Bagni gave a run […]

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  • Varsity Life Preview: February 24 edition

    Varsity Life Preview: February 24 edition

    From a recap of the boys swimming state championship, to a feature of a state champ gymnast, to a Coach’s Spotlight with Cumberland wrestling coach Steve Gordon, the February 24 edition of Varsity Life will feature a variety of sports and story types. Cox Sports reporter Joe Kayata will have the results of the boys state swimming championship, in which the Division 1 Smithfield High School Sentinels hoped to knock off the Bishop Hendricken High School Hawks. The Hawks had […]

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  • Cooley: Double-OT loss to Villanova was “crushing”

    Cooley: Double-OT loss to Villanova was “crushing”

    PC Friars’ head basketball coach Ed Cooley described his team’s most recent loss as “crushing” in an interview with OSN reporter Joe Kayata. Cooley says he believes Villanova is a team that “could win the national championship,” so for the Friars to come so close to upsetting the Wildcats obviously still hurts. | PC fans will want to check out Joe Lunardi’s take on the Friar’s post-season possibilities

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  • Varsity Life 2/17: Captain’s Corner- Cumberland Wrestling

    Varsity Life 2/17: Captain’s Corner- Cumberland Wrestling

    For this week’s Captain’s Corner, Cox Sports reporter Joe Kayata visited the Cumberland wrestling team, an undefeated, long-time dominating team. In the four senior captains’ entire time at the school, Cumberland has lost only one meet and they might just keep that almost-perfect record, as their final season is nearing its end. The captains, Cody Beaudette, Kris Nordby, Nicholas Tribelli and Chris Hayes all shared thoughts on the success they and their team have had over the course of their […]

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  • Varsity Life Preview: February 17 edition

    Varsity Life Preview: February 17 edition

    Along with the Captain’s Corner, a typical component of the program, this week’s Varsity Life will feature, among other things, a story about the recent sudden passing of the Woonsocket Athletic Director George Nasuti. Nasuti, who was also an educator, coach, father and husband, fell while refereeing a youth basketball game February 11. The injuries he suffered from the fall put him in a coma, and ultimately led to the untimely death of the 52-year-old. Cox Sports reporter Maddie Sattler […]

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