December 21, 2014
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CHRISSY CAVANAGH
The first half of the season left Pilgrim in the middle of the Division II field hockey pack. The Patriots lost to the teams above them in the standings and beat the teams below. As they try to rise to the top of the pack in the second half, they know they need to break that mold. more
EYE ON THE BALL: Cameron Skuce takes a cut over …
For the last two years, the Warwick 15-year-old Babe Ruth all-star team has dominated the state, winning championships as 13’s and 14’s. Tuesday, Warwick got its first-ever taste of … more
ALL SMILES: Warwick resident and Cranston native …
Zachary James “Zack” Christy is an American hero. Have doubts? During his distinguished nine-year career in the U.S. Air Force, the Cranston native, who now lives in Warwick, and 2002 Toll … more
BEARING DOWN: Senerchia’s Mike Webb catches a …
The beginning of the American Legion baseball season has been up-and-down for one of Warwick’s teams and nothing but positive for the other. That trend continued when the rivals squared off … more
We enter the home stretch of the high school football season, and Pilgrim and Toll Gate square off in the game of the week. The Pats and Titans are both trying to keep their playoff hopes alive in a … more
TEACHING: Bryant assistant coach Frank Dobbs …
For a moment, as the basketballs bounced, the players listened and the coaches gave pointers, an afternoon at the Rhode Island Training School looked like a basketball camp at any other school. … more
The second game of the Red Andrews Tournament turned into a marathon Monday night, as Warwick West Side and Warwick National were deadlocked into the ninth inning. With a curfew looming, West Side … more
ABBY ELLIS
Abby Ellis first picked up a hockey stick a long time ago. In the time since, she went to high school and found a golf club too. A couple of years later, she added a tennis racket to her … more
The Warwick Fire Fighters Soccer Club U16 boys team went 1-2 with two one-goal losses at the 22nd annual Amherst Soccer Tournament over Memorial Day Weekend, but left with a prize just as big as the … more
LEE MOSES
Lee Moses claims he wasn’t very good at football when he first put on shoulder pads as an 8-year-old in the North End 49ers program. He also claims he wasn’t too good at track, either, when he … more
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