September 3, 2014
Sports
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LEADING: Chris Duchesneau gets a lead at first …
After needing three games to get through its quarterfinal series against Flood Auto, the Warwick PAL Connie Mack team went with the more efficient route in the semis. Two games was all it took for … more
FALL: Sophia DeLuca, pictured in soccer season, …
A lifelong soccer player, Pilgrim junior Hannah Page started playing lacrosse only last year. Before long she was scoring goals and playing crucial postseason minutes. “It’s basically soccer … more
The Warwick PAL Junior Pee Wee defense gets set …
Fresh off two Super Bowl victories, the Warwick PAL Patriots began play in the New England Pop Warner regionals in Coventry on Sunday. The Junior Pee Wee team kept its unbeaten season alive with a … more
LEADING THE WAY: Goalie David Stachurski
A year ago, the Toll Gate hockey team had a new coach but a veteran group providing a well-established identity. This year, it’s the opposite. Head man Mike Champagne is in his second year at the … more
The Toll Gate wrestling team had been perfect on the year, but it knew it would be in for a challenge when it took on Exeter-West Greenwich on Wednesday. Sure enough, the Scarlet Knights sent the … more
Langevin’s Reps captured a 4-0 win in a boys’ Major League game this past week.  Langevin’s Reps Aaron Rastella pitched a complete game no hitter. Rastella compiled 17 strike outs on his way … more
Brandon Paiva takes a turn at second base.
Warwick PAL swept into the Connie Mack state championship series, but the first step wasn’t exactly smooth. The team’s ability to battle through it paved the way for the title series berth. … more
ON THE RISE: Hendricken's Brennan Martin gets up …
The way the schedule works out, Bishop Hendricken will open the soccer season later than any team in Division I, a full week after most of its league mates. The Hawks don’t mind the extra time. … more
NICOLE LUIZ
Fresh off a disappointing loss to Tiverton on Thursday, the Warwick Vets girls’ soccer team wasn’t concerned with style points during Tuesday’s home game against Johnston. The Hurricanes … more
ANDREW FERA
The presence of seniors can make a big difference for any high school sports team and an especially big difference for a hockey team. In a world where the best players often take their talents to … more
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