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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
The Pilgrim girls' lacrosse team fell in an early 3-0 hole against Chariho in the Division III championship at Brown University, but it was undeterred. From there, Pilgrim went on to outscore the Chargers, 11-5, en route to capturing the school's first more
The Hendricken basketball team lost to Classical in the Division I tournament, but that didn't break its season. The Hawks had their sights set on a state championship, and they would achieve their goal. Hendricken powered its way through the state more
The Toll Gate boys' basketball team needed a 3 to force overtime with just seconds on the clock on Thursday night, but a turnover on the game's final possession allowed Johnston to escape with a 52-49 road win in the league more
The Warwick PAL junior varsity football team didn't lose a game in state and regional play, as it went on to down the Revere Junior Patriots, 27-0, to capture the New England crown at Commerce Bank Field at Foley Stadium in Worcester, Massachusetts. more
The Warwick North Little League 11/12-year-old baseball all-stars captured the attention of the entire region this summer, and for that they have earned the honor of top sports story of 2016. Warwick North cruised through the district and state brackets more
As I wrote back in June, it seemed that Division I baseball was even for the first time in a while. D-I was vulnerable and multiple teams had a chance to strike, such as Johnston, Cranston West or runner-up South Kingstown, in order to pry the mantle more
After Mount Saint Charles took a 3-1 lead early in Game 1 of the Championship Division final round, it looked as though Hendricken would find itself back at the drawing board for another offseason. Instead, it outscored the Mounties, 7-0, from that point more
The Hendricken swimming program had won 24 titles in a row before that streak ended in 2014. Now, the Hawks have a new streak that they'll look to keep going deep into the 2030s. Behind record-setting times from junior star Max Miranda, Hendricken more
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