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Masuk edges NHS in SWC semifinal preview

NEWTOWN, CT — The visiting Masuk High boys volleyball team defeated Newtown 3-1 (25-22, 16-25, 25-21, 25-21) in a late-season clash on May 17. This was a preview of the South-West Conference Tournament semifinals to take place Wednesday, May 22…

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Aspiring teacher Julia Tristine seeks Miss Rhode Island USA crown

When she was in kindergarten, Julia Tristine coaxed her little sister, Samantha, to play school with her for hours. Tristine was always the teacher, giving out assignments, then grading her sister’s worksheets. “It was cool, because I would teach her what I was learning and I was years ahead,” Tristine recalled. “I like to think that’s why she’s so smart.” Now age 22, the Monroe native graduated from Providence College last Sunday with a Bachelor’s degree in elementary and special education — and she is a contestant in the Miss Rhode Island USA pageant. On what she likes most about…

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Aspiring teacher Julia Tristine seeks Miss Rhode Island USA crown

When she was in kindergarten, Julia Tristine coaxed her little sister, Samantha, to play school with her for hours. Tristine was always the teacher, giving out assignments, then grading her sister’s worksheets. “It was cool, because I would teach her what I was learning and I was years ahead,” Tristine…

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Speed Networking: When networking isn’t fast enough

Throughout history, embedded reporters have bravely immersed themselves within military units at times of war to share unique perspectives with the public. I decided to do something a little less dangerous and cover a Speed Networking event in Monroe as a participant, so The Sun’s readers can get a first-hand account of my experience. The Monroe and Greater Valley chambers of commerce teamed up with Power Network to host the 11th Annual Speed Networking event at Whitney Farms on Wednesday evening. Armed with a thick stack of business cards and a killer elevator speech, I was going in. Hi, I’m…

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Masuk girls lacrosse team advances to SWC semifinals

MONROE, CT — Masuk High’s girls lacrosse team, the top seed in the bracket, hosted and defeated No. 8 Bethel 17-6 in Thursday’s South-West Conference Tournament quarterfinals. Samantha Henry had four goals, two assists and eight draw controls; Bailey Bajda netted four goals and had seven draw controls; and Charlotte Pinto also had four goals to go along with a pair of assists. Lilly Cameron had two goals and an assist; Devon Kreiner scored twice and had a draw control; and Samantha Sullivan scored. Sophie Clark made three saves on six shots through the first three quarters and Maddie Farrer…

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