September 19, 2014
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The Bishop Hendricken baseball team ran its record to 3-0 with two victories in the second week of the season. The Hawks beat longtime baseball rival Cranston West 11-3 last Wednesday and topped … more
NEXT STEP: Hendricken football star Lee Moses has …
It’s uncommon news when any high school football player in Rhode Island commits to play at a Division I FBS school in, as only a handful of athletes have made that jump in recent memory. But … more
BUMP: Emily Walason makes a pass for Vets in …
The season hasn’t gone as planned for Jean McGarry and the Warwick Vets girls’ volleyball team, and Tuesday’s 3-0 loss to Cranston East only added to the frustration. The ’Canes lost … more
Lee Moses and Marquem Monroe rise for the ball in …
In September, when the preseason edition of the Rhode Island Sports Media Poll was released, two teams were the overwhelming picks at the top – Bishop Hendricken and Cranston East. Almost three … more
SLIDE AND STRETCH: Apponaug’s Nikki Eggeman …
Winslow Park hosted the Amateur Softball Association of America 16U state tournament over the weekend, and the Apponaug Pride 16U Gold team made itself right at home. The Warwick-based squad captured … more
Apponaug Pride 16U Black travel team competed in the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) 16U Class B Eastern National Championship in York, Penn., on July 31 and August 1, 2014.  Although the team … more
There is no greater joy in soccer than scoring a goal, but for three men that attended high school in Warwick, delivering the key pass that leads to the score has proven to be a fine substitute for … more
One of the opening games gets underway on …
Games began bright and early Saturday morning as the Warwick Soccer Association opened its spring recreational season with a full slate of games at Belmont Park. more
QUICK FEET: Kamron Murphy heads up the field for …
After three straight losing seasons marked by ever-shrinking numbers, the Pilgrim boys’ soccer team has reached the light at the end of the tunnel. It can only get brighter from here. … more
AT THE HELM: Cranston native David Quinn talks to …
David Quinn’s hockey career was supposed to be different. A promising prep school career, drafted in the first round of the NHL draft, a place on the Boston University hockey team – Quinn’s … more
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