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Going into Saturday night's matchup with Warwick Co-op at Thayer Arena, the Cranston/East Greenwich Co-op girls' hockey team hadn't won a game since the 2013-14 season, failing to record a win in each of the last two more
It took Hendricken 30 minutes, but it finally got its game going in the third period against Smithfield on Friday night. The Hawks battled back from a pair of two-goal deficits, scoring three goals in the third period, more
The Toll Gate girls' basketball team ran alongside North Providence, which dropped down from Division II, for most of their contest on Thursday night. Just a few minutes into the second half, though, star senior more
A win right before the holidays is one of the best gifts there is. The Toll Gate boys' ice hockey team shut out its second adversary in a row, Providence Country Day/St. Ray's/Wheeler, 3-0 on Friday night at more
The Pilgrim girls' soccer team's Division I opener was spoiled by Coventry on Friday afternoon, as the Oakers scored early and cruised to a 3-0 victory on their home turf. Coventry took control from the opening whistle, more
The Pilgrim wrestling team proved last year that it can compete with anyone in the state, going unbeaten with a flawless, 17-0 record to capture the Division II title. The recent success bumped Pilgrim up to Division I this more
It was more than a year in the making, but Pilgrim alum James Pina finally tasted the sweet nectar of victory on the basketball court, helping Curry defeat Maine-Presque Isle 61-57 on Dec. 30, snapping a 33-game losing streak dating more
The Warwick North junior softball team, which was comprised of many players that went to the Little League World Series in Oregon in 2015, earned another trip to the World Series after powering through state and New England competition over the summer. more
The Pilgrim boys' ice hockey team demonstrated how elite it can be on Friday night at Thayer Arena. The Pats dropped the previously undefeated Woonsocket/Scituate Co-op, 5-2, without any scoring output from their more
Along with partner Bora Gulari, Warwick native Louisa Chafee represented the United States superbly at the Olympics in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, over the summer. Chafee came up short of finding the podium, but she and Gulari battled until the end, coming more
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