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It was the fall of 2006, in a college football season to remember, when I violated my pledge. I never joined in internet commenting arguments, but there I was, diving right in on the CBS Sports web … more
SET IT UP: Warwick’s Jaime Given gets set to …
Armed with a chance to close out their first-ever playoff series win, the Warwick girls’ hockey team played well enough to do just that on Saturday. And if it wasn’t for Bengals goaltender … more
As soon as it started raining late Monday afternoon, Frank Brown hopped in his car and drove to Warwick West Side Little League’s Abe Klitzner Field. He watched the puddles form, the infield dirt … more
I fell asleep the other night listening to Vin Scully calling a Dodgers game. It was perfect, except when Charley Steiner, his partner in the broadcast booth, started screaming about a triple and … more
KEVIN POMEROY
I call them “sports holidays.” You know the days I’m talking about – those moments on the sports calendar when you at least briefly consider faking an illness and forging a doctor’s … more
A WARWICK INSTITUTION: Brian Tucker chats with …
Since 1997, the Pilgrim baseball team has won 149 games. I know this, of course, because Tuck told me. He has chronicled all of them, one pitch, one out, one inning at a time. In his oversized … more
FINISHERS: Pilgrim's Katelyn Vieira (above) and …
Soccer, the argument goes, is boring because there aren’t enough goals. You’ve heard it before. It’s an old, tired refrain. It seems to lose steam with every World Cup. And in Warwick this … more
For four straight years, the Pilgrim girls’ soccer team watched another team celebrate a victory that could have been theirs. The Pats watched in 2010, as they were upset as the No. 3 seed … more
There are many rivalries in high school sports around the state. Some of the best that come to mind are Cranston East-Cranston West, North Kingstown-South Kingstown and Pilgrim-Warwick Vets. … more
ON NET: Noel Acciari takes a shot during the East …
For one night, the Providence College men’s hockey team brought all of Rhode Island together – die-hard and casual hockey fans alike. A collegiate sport that is drowned out year-round by the … more
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