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By MATT METCALF Sports Editor The Hendricken-La Salle hockey state title series was even more entertaining than anticipated over the weekend. When all was said and done, the Hawks completed their sweep of the Rams behind a pair of game-winning goals from more
The quality of lacrosse around Warwick this season has been tremendous. Pilgrim, Toll Gate and Hendricken have all been awfully tough to beat during the regular season this spring, as the three Warwick schools have combined more
The Warwick Vets and Pilgrim softball teams combined to go 24-8 last season in Division II. So, with four key members of that 14-2 Vets squad now at Pilgrim, the Pats should be extremely competitive this season, although more
After dropping its opener to Aquidneck Island on Saturday, the Warwick PAL 15-year-old all-star team bounced back in the biggest way possible on Sunday afternoon at War Memorial Field in Middletown, rolling past West more
The Hendricken baseball team has caught fire as of late, winning its fourth straight game via a 4-0 shutout of North Providence on Tuesday afternoon to improve to 9-6 in Division I. The sophomore pitching duo of Jordan Marot more
By RYAN D. MURRAY For the Beacon The Pilgrim Patriots were swept by the Mt. Hope Huskies during the Division III Championship at Brown University this past weekend. Mt. Hope sophomore Cam Rancourt received the tournament MVP award, finishing the series more
By MATT METCALF Sports Editor After a hard-fought game that went down to the wire in the Round of 16 against South Kingstown on Thursday, the Hendricken basketball team had a less stressful game in the Elite 8 at Brown University's Pizzitola Center on more
A pair of meets into her second outdoor track season as a collegian, Pilgrim graduate Melanie Brunelle is showing zero signs of a sophomore slump for Rhode Island College. The former Patriot has already been named the Little East more
By ERIC RUEB For the Beacon David Cabeceiras buried a 3-pointer from the left corner at Roger Williams University and with 8 minutes, 43 seconds left in the game, the No. 14-seeded Pilgrim boys' basketball team trailed No. 3 Shea by three points. Upset more
Pilgrim couldn't slow Chariho's high-powered offense on Thursday afternoon, as the Chargers raced out to a 7-1 lead by halftime and cruised to an eventual 15-5 victory in a battle of Division III unbeatens at Bend Street more
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