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The Warwick Vets softball team scored 54 runs over its first five games, and its offense didn’t slow down one bit on Tuesday against Middletown. The ’Canes put the game away with a five-run … more
Behind an MVP performance from senior Chris Duchesneau, the Pilgrim boys’ basketball team captured its first title in school history with a 65-55 win over Johnston at Brown University on March … more
The number of games remaining in the collegiate softball career of Toll Gate graduate Pattie Turner can now be counted on one hand, but the former Titan standout is trying her best to make sure she … more
The Warwick North softball team went from state champion to the Little League Softball World Series title game in the summer, and it is the Warwick Beacon’s story of the year. The squad had … more
Matt Metcalf and Jacob Marrocco break down some notable upcoming games in Warwick, Cranston and Johnston. more
No matter what the Pilgrim or Warwick Vets football teams did during the season, there was always Thanksgiving. In 2014, Pilgrim narrowly missed the Division III playoffs with a 4-4 record while … more
By MATT METCALF Sports Editor There aren’t many things better than tradition in sports. Locally, maybe the best tradition in high school sports is Thanksgiving Day football games. … more
The Warwick Junior Hockey Association held its 26th annual Thanksgiving Tournament and Mite Jamboree this past weekend, where 18 teams from around the northeast competed at Warwick’s Thayer and … more
Four different players combined for five goals on Friday night as the Toll Gate boys’ hockey team moved back to .500 with a 5-3 win over PCD/St. Raphael/Wheeler Co-op at Thayer Arena. However, … more
The Magnuson-Stevens Act (MSA), the nation’s landmark fisheries law, is now 40 years old. I attended a senate hearing last week in Washington, DC to review the MSA.   Members of the … more
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