Nominations now open for the 2021-22 School Year!

SHOWCASE Cinemas High School Team of the Week

SHOWCASE Cinemas is proud to once again recognize the achievements and community dedication of RIIL athletic teams occurring on and off the field/court/track/mat and pools! Storylines have touched many topics (i.e. Food Insecurity, Breast Cancer Awareness, Anti-Bullying, Good Sportsmanship, Championships, Dealing with Defeat, Epilepsy Awareness, Mental Disabilities, Homelessness and many more.)

Help us shine a light on the many creative ways that our teams and student-athletes are staying connected to each other and to their communities.

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Click HERE for a look back at the 2020-21 SHOWCASE Cinemas Team of the Week Honorees
Week of September 27, 2021

This week’s spotlight was sent in by Karen Massaro:

August 25th the MHS Boys Soccer Team worked together with Clean Ocean Access and picked up 80lbs of trash in 45 minutes on Second Beach in Middletown RI

Week of October 4, 2021

This week’s spotlight was sent in by Paul Tetreault:

Both the NKHS Boys & Girls Cross Country teams joined forces for a toiletry drive for the Ronald McDonald House in Providence. Combined they collected over 300 items which were delivered to the RMH across from the Hasbro Children’s Hospital.

Week of October 11, 2021

This week’s spotlight was sent in by Kenneth Skelly:

The varsity squad was 4th place at the Great American Cross Country Festival in Cary, North Carolina. The team solidifies them as one of the top teams in Rhode Island and New England. The team was led by senior Henry Dennen 15th overall.


 
Week of October 18, 2021

This week’s spotlight was sent in by Catherine Holroyd:

The Smithfield lady sentinel field hockey team coordinated a bake sale to help raise funds for the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Foundation. They raised close to $300! These girls may not win a lot but they do have the biggest hearts and care about their community. We appreciate all who donated baked items and those who purchased items or made a monetary donation. They are also great sports and love working together as a team and seeing the positive in every game played.

Week of October 25, 2021

This week’s spotlight was sent in by Debbie Varone:

This team should be nominated because they haven’t given up. I watch the team play and they show the best sportsmanship, from helping someone when they fall, always asking if someone is okay, and always say a good job, good luck, and good game. They have won only a few games but they never let it bring them down. they always try their best to the very last minute. They are also very supportive of each other.

Week of November 1, 2021

This week’s spotlight was sent in by Lucy Burke:

The Cumberland Clippers have a tradition where they award their best player a game ball. After winning a hard-fought 2-1 game with an outstanding performance by the opposing goalkeeper, the Cumberland team called over the opposing goalkeeper and awarded her the game ball. As a grandparent in the stands, I could not have been more proud of those girls, not because they won, but because the coaches and the girls knew she was the best player on the field that day.

Week of November 8, 2021

This week’s spotlight was sent in by Jill Niedelman:

The Prout Girls Volleyball team has been engaged in supporting Breast Cancer Awareness throughout the month of October. They have participated in the Gloria Gemma 5k, collected donations for the Gloria Gemma Foundation and, most recently, hosted a “Pink Out” for fans.

Week of November 15, 2021

This week’s spotlight was sent in by Lisa Flanders:

The Pilgrim High School Girls Soccer Team dedicated their Senior Night to Rowan Shaw, a Warwick toddler battling pediatric cancer. They raised $1500 at the game to help his family pay medical bills. The team is currently 12-1-1 in Division 1

Week of November 22, 2021

This week’s spotlight was sent in by Amy Hoag:

Good Sportsmanship/Inclusion: Diagnosed with Autism about 12 years ago, Addison Brooks moved to Newport with his family right before the school year and is enrolled as a freshman at Rogers High School. Vikings cross country coach Charlie Woodward and the other runners on the team have embraced their new teammate this season, and Addison’s dad says that “the way his team includes him, he’s socially developed more in the last three months than he did all of last year.”