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GARRISON POTTER
The Pilgrim wrestling team hasn’t felt the way it did on Thursday very often this year, and the Pats are thankful for that. But Thursday was tough. Wrestling against Cranston East, the Pats led … more
GOOD GRIP: Nick Celico wrestles against Coventry …
Bishop Hendricken cruised past Coventry and Johnston, and added a non-league victory over Toll Gate, in a quad meet at Johnston High School last Thursday. The Hawks then hit the road for Concord, … more
REBECCA O’DONNELL PILGRIM • INDOOR TRACK …
O’Donnell won the long jump and the 55-meter dash on Saturday at the Medium Schools class championship, helping Pilgrim to a first-place finish. It was the Pats’ first class championship since … 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
SCOTT CAMARA
The Warwick Vets boys’ basketball team entered Tuesday’s game against Ponaganset High School with a mentality to get over the .500 hump and got there in impressive fashion with a 62-47 victory. … more
The girls’ indoor track division championships were held on Tuesday at the Providence Career and Technical Academy for the Bayha and Dwyer Divisions, with all three Warwick schools taking … more
Youth sports seem to get more competitive and more intense with every passing year. George Russell and the leadership team at Warwick’s St. Gregory the Great baseball and softball league have an … more
It was a memorable outing for the Knights and Lady Knights Indoor Track and Field teams at the 2014 Wesleyan II Invitational in Middletown, Conn. on Saturday. The Lady Knights were led by Haley … more
SCOOP: Chris O'Brien goes up for a layup under …
The Hendricken basketball team has long made a name for itself on the defensive end of the floor. Add Tuesday’s win to the list. Playing on the road against perennial contender Hope, the … more
I’ve got a modest proposal to make. And no, this isn’t about fixing the state’s economy by eating children (unless it also fixes unemployment, then we can talk). With all due … more
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