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Jack Gomes, 11, of Newport races down the sideline during a flag rugby scrimmage Sunday at Morton Park in Newport
Photo by Dave Hansen
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Kim Ripa, 13, of Portsmouth practices her tackling skills during the Newport Rugby Club jamboree Sunday at Morton Park in Newport
Photo by Dave Hansen
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Liam Marvel, 9, of Newport runs a drill during the Newport Rugby Club's jamboree Sunday at Morton Park in Newport
Photo by Dave Hansen
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Patrick Cranson, 4, of Newport races through a course during a rugby drill on Sunday at Morton Park in Newport.
Photo by Dave Hansen
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Deveney Andrade, 14, of Middletown and Karl Magner, 21, of Newport portray the Virgin Mary and Jesus during a dress rehearsal for the Living Stations of the Cross Saturday at Jesus Saviour Church in Newport.
(Photo by Jacqueline Marque) Story by Jim Johnson
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Children react to the Crucifixion of Jesus during a dress rehearsal for the Living Stations of the Cross on Saturday at Jesus Saviour Church in Newport.
(Photo by Jacqueline Marque) Story by Jim Johnson
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Karl Magner, 21, of Newport portrays Jesus during a dress rehearsal for the Living Stations of the Cross on Saturday at Jesus Saviour Church in Newport. Behind him, as guards, are Jeremy Souto, 15, of Middletown and Robert Dowler, 16, of Newport.
(Photo by Jacqueline Marque) Story by Jim Johnson
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Molly Andrade, 12, and her sister Deveney,14, portray Veronica and the Virgin Mary during a dress rehearsal for the Living Stations of the Cross Saturday at Jesus Saviour Church in Newport. The Andrades live in Middletown. (Photo by Jacqueline Marque) Story by Jim Johnson
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Emma Strickland (far left) and her daughters Jamie, 12, and 10-year-old twins Charli (wearing the Ausatralian flag) and Miki (far right, with bike helmet) pose for a group photo with the cyclists who stopped by their house in Middletown Saturday during the "Ride to Celebrate the Life of Mike Strickland." Miki and her grandfather Tony Struickland (not pictured) joined the cyclists for the second leg of the ride while Jamie and Charli rode along in the police escort. Strickland died after he was hit by a car while cycling in Middletown recently.  (Photo by Jacqueline Marque)
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Ben Hancock of Middletown greets Emma Strickland and her daughters Jamie, 12, (standing) and Miki, 10, with other cyclists Saturday during the "Ride to Celebrate the Life of Mike Strickland." Emma's husband died after he was hit by a car while cycling in Middletown recently. Hancock, originally from Australia, was a friend and cycling buddy of Michael and one of the organizers of the ride.  (Photo by Jacqueline Marque)
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Cyclists make their way down Helena Court on Saturday in Middletown during the ?Ride to Celebrate the Life of Mike Strickland? in memory of Michael Strickland, 42, who died March 22 after he was  struck by a car while riding his bike near Purgatory Chasm in Middletown. The 15-mile ride began in Washington Square in Newport and made its way to the family?s home in Middletown before heading back to Newport. Strickland, who was from Australia, worked at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center. (Photo by Jacqueline Marque)
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Rogers Junior Ian Martens practices throwing and catching with a partner during practice Thursday.  
Photo by Jacqueline Marque
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