Category: Sports

For the Blue Devil swim team, it’s a family affair

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT When you spend close to three hours a day—sometimes six days each week—for a couple of months, a team tends to take on a family kind of atmosphere. You could see the bond that has been…

Plainville round-up: Blue Devils’ week in review

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT This week, my Big Blue award for the outstanding performance of the week goes to Blue Devils quarterback Christian Collin who rallied his team from a 16-8 fourth quarter deficit to a 22-16 victory. Collin threw…

Girls Soccer team is learning through adversity

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT The Plainville girls soccer team is in the process of a rebuilding phase, and head coach Leszek Wrona has been down this road before. The Lady Blue Devils have shown they can be competitive with the…

Plainville Roundup : The Blue Devils’ week in review

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT This week, my Big Blue award for the outstanding performance of the week goes to boys soccer goal keeper Brennan Staubley. The sophomore keeper has been instrumental is providing a spark for the 3-5-1 Blue Devils…

Former Devil inducted into RIC hall of fame

By KEVIN ROBERTS STAFF WRITER Former Plainville softball standout Kayla M. (Jandreau) DaSilva received a great honor this past Saturday when she was inducted into the Rhode Island College Athletic Hall of Fame. Jandreau, who graduated from RIC in 2012…

Football: Blue Devils aired out by Bloomfield

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT The Plainville Blue Devils took the field at Tiny Stadium last Friday looking to become the first team in 15 years to start the season at 4-0. The road couldn’t get any steeper, as their opponent…

Plainville roundup: The week in review

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT This week, my Big Blue award for the outstanding performance of the week goes to Plainville cross country runner Brody Anderson. The sophomore long distance runner put up his highest finish of the season placing fifth, …

Girls Volleyball: Plainville spikers are learning to compete

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT Learning to compete does have its share of growing pains associated with the process. The Plainville volleyball team felt the sting of that reality last Friday in a heart wrenching, 3-2 loss to Old Lyme. “I’m…

Plainville roundup: Blue Devils’ week in review

This week, my Big Blue award for the outstanding performance of the week goes to Olivia Gajor. In a tense five-game standoff with Old Lyme last Friday, Gajor was there. In fact, whenever the Plainville volleyball team needed something to…