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UP AND OVER: Tara Medeiros kicks the ball out of …
Sparked by a talented senior class and a move down to Division II last year, the Warwick Vets girls’ soccer team had a resurgent season, winning 10 games and reaching the D-II … more
WIND UP: Courtney Marsh will toss a bulk of the …
Going into this season, the Toll Gate softball team will benefit from a change throughout Division I, as they’ve already made the playoffs before even stepping on the field for a game. It’s … more
BIANCA CAPELLI
After sneaking into the playoffs thanks to a hard-fought 9-7 victory in its regular season finale, the Warwick Vets girls’ lacrosse team saw its year come to a close on Thursday in the quarterfinal … more
The friendly rivalry between the Warwick Police and Fire Departments found a home on the ice at Thayer Arena in March for the Mayor’s Cup Hockey Game. It was a tremendous success, with nearly 1,000 … more
YOLEE KHAMSOMPHOU
It has been a rapid decline for the Pilgrim boys’ soccer team the past few years. After a Division II finals appearance in 2007, the Pats treaded around .500 for three seasons before the bottom … more
DEALING: Mike McCaffrey tossed a three-hit …
Since losing to La Salle on May 6 – its first regular-season loss since 2012 – the Bishop Hendricken baseball team has won six games in a row. And in at least one facet, the Hawks have left no … more
The Warwick Firefighters’ U8 Division B boys’ team concluded their season at the Wide World of Indoor Sports recently, finishing with a record of 8-0-1. more
TOM VERDI
Warwick native and Bishop Hendricken graduate Tom Verdi was at the center of the University of Connecticut baseball team’s Cinderella run to the Big East championship over the weekend. Verdi, the … more
Last season, Warwick West Side’s 8-year-old summer team captured the Coventry Invitational. This summer, as 9-year-olds, the team competed in two Massachusetts tournaments and was successful in … more
Nick Lemoie tries to fight his way through a host …
It’s hard to get too excited about a 54-18 loss, and the Toll Gate football team certainly wasn’t happy with it. But as the Titans walked off the Cranston Stadium field on Friday, they definitely … more
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