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Toll Gate head coach Tom Rayko said his team felt some fatigue during the second half on Tuesday, but there was no evidence of that on the other bench. Pilgrim battled its crosstown rival throughout the first more
The Bishop Hendricken basketball team is at a pivotal juncture in its season. The Hawks were off to a 5-1 start and seemingly had left their disappointing, home blowout loss to North Kingstown in the rearview more
After 30 years of servicing the community as owner of Elmwood Sports, the community is giving back to Steve Marocco. When the previous leadership of the annual Red Andrews tournament stepped aside, Warwick North more
The CCRI Lady Knights volleyball team traveled to New Hampshire Tech in Concord, New Hampshire, to compete in the New Hampshire Tech Lynx Volleyball Invitational last weekend. The Lady Knights went 3-1 and won the tournament championship. CCRI defeated more
The Pilgrim boys' hockey team broke open a one-goal game in the third period on Friday evening, outscoring Johnston/North Providence 4-1 over the final 15 minutes in an eventual 8-4 triumph that improved its record to a more
Instead of lining up against the top offensive linemen at La Salle or Portsmouth, Hendricken senior defensive end Kwity Paye found himself lining up against the likes of Trey Smith and Isaiah Wilson - the top two recruits in more
The Bishop Hendricken football team didn't play its most complete game of the year against rival La Salle on Friday night, and missed defensive star Kwity Paye for the entire second half. Still, though, as they more
Junior Brianna DeRobbio wasn't supposed to play the front line on Thursday night, but she stepped up and filled the position admirably. With Meghan Murray out, DeRobbio served as an anchor against some strong more
Every playoff run has its signature win. Its victory that instilled enough confidence in a team to last the entire postseason. Pilgrim boys' soccer may have had its signature win on Saturday night. Twice, the No. more
Four first-period goals and a 4-point game from senior forward Ty Morgan helped the Pilgrim boys' hockey team to a 6-3 victory over Mt. Hope on Sunday afternoon, moving it into sole possession of first place in Division III. more
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