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The Pilgrim girls' soccer team's Division I opener was spoiled by Coventry on Friday afternoon, as the Oakers scored early and cruised to a 3-0 victory on their home turf. Coventry took control from the opening whistle, more
Pilgrim quarterback James McKay had already won the battle for the starting job over James Baldwin, but his first real-game throw of the season punctuated his victory. McKay hooked up with wide receiver Ty more
The Bishop Hendricken football team dominated on both sides of the ball in a 19-0 victory in an abbreviated Injury Fund game against defending Division II champion Moses Brown on Friday night. In the middle game of a more
It's been an almost sleepless summer for Ken Rix. He led the Warwick North 11/12-year-old all-stars through districts, states and regionals en route to the city's first-ever Little League World Series appearance. more
The plan for the Rhode Island Interscholastic League was to realign Division I for the sake of competition. The two-year plan features 14 teams spread across two subdivisions, ensuring there is balance for each of the schools charging on to the field more
There's no question that the Bishop Hendricken football team is once again the favorite in Division I entering the 2016 season. After winning an unprecedented sixth-straight title last fall, the Hawks will return a bevy of more
After a three-month hiatus, high school sports will make their return this week. And, personally, I couldn't be more excited for football season to start. However, as many of you know, there has been some shuffling amid divisions in just about every more
The merger wasn't going to be easy, but Pilgrim head football coach Rob Pacifico and his staff have tried to make it as smooth as possible. Combining players from the Warwick Vets and Pilgrim football teams never more
The CCRI Lady Knights soccer team continued play in Baltimore on Sunday by facing the Knights of CCBC-Essex on Sunday. CCRI would come away with a 2-1 victory to even its record to 1-1 on the young season. After dropping a game to Lewis &Clark on more
Warwick's own Louisa Chafee walked down the steps at T.F. Green Airport on Tuesday afternoon and was embraced warmly by family and friends. Awaiting the U.S. Olympian sailor were her parents, former Gov. Lincoln Chafee and more
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