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DAYLIGHT: Hendricken’s Gary Gibbs breaks …
Apparently, someone forgot to tell the Toll Gate Titans the definition of the words “tune-up game.” In what was likely the last iteration of a Thanksgiving Day rivalry spanning more than forty … more
CHAMPIONSHIP MOMENT: Hendricken senior Garfield …
All season long, it just felt different than the last few years. Then on Saturday night, the Bishop Hendricken basketball team proved that in fact it was different, on its way to its first state … more
HEAD OF THE PACK: Colin Tierney and Michael …
The Bishop Hendricken outdoor track team, ranked third in the state, had to have its best day of the season to win the state championship on Saturday at Brown University. Early on in the meet, … more
ONE-ON-ONE: Pilgrim’s Emily Heon tries to keep …
Chalk it up to looking too deep into the records or to simply not being quite ready after an emotional game last week, but the Pilgrim girls’ soccer team came out slow in Monday’s game against … more
POKE CHECK: Lady Titans’ defenseman Alyssa …
The Warwick Co-op girls’ hockey team will have a unique opportunity this weekend when they take on Mount St. Charles in the DeCosta Division finals at Brown University. The Lady Titans, who … more
MIDDLE INFIELD: Brandon Paiva, a First Team …
With a largely inexperienced squad a season ago, the Pilgrim baseball team put forth a respectable season, closing their slate with an 8-10 record. But with much of the same personnel returning … more
The Warwick Fire Fighters Soccer U19 boys team coached by Mike Silvestri and Jim Sullivan went undefeated during the season in the top Anchor division in the state SuperLiga league. They played South … more
HIGH HOPES: CCRI goaltender Alex Place returns in …
With sports at a two-year college, the turnover every year is substantial. Sophomores don’t grow into juniors and seniors; they either call it a career or move on to a four-year program. Yet, … more
It may not end up meaning much in the grand scheme of things, or it might go down as the first sign that one of Rhode Island’s greatest high school streaks is coming to an end. Either way, after … more
JOHN ALTIERI
John Altieri was always supposed to make history this season, but this wasn’t how it was supposed to happen. Not with a badly injured and fragile shoulder, not after an empty season, not as part of … more
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