September 18, 2014
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It was steamy weather for opening day, so when a …
Warwick’s youth soccer leagues both kicked off their fall recreation seasons with a packed slate of games on Saturday. Warwick Soccer Association marked its official beginning at Belmont Park, … more
The Division I lacrosse season always takes a long time to get up and running in the spring, and Bishop Hendricken finally took the field for the first time this past Wednesday. It wasn’t an … more
NICE JOB: Jacob Resendes high-fives manager Billy …
The Warwick PAL 13-year-old all-star team opened the Babe Ruth state tournament with lopsided wins over the weekend, but in the winner’s bracket final Monday, it found itself in a much different … more
TROPHY TIME: Warwick Continental league champion …
Warwick Continental’s SEKO Worldwide and Warwick National’s Brennan’s Braces were on a collision course this baseball season, even if they didn’t know it. Out of more than 40 combined games, … more
Warwick National poses with its championship …
The finals of the Warwick City Series minors division were held Friday night at Warwick West Side Little League. Warwick National champion Bo’s Billiards captured the city title with a victory over … more
DEALING: Bobby Lineberger struck out 14 as …
Warwick PAL made a surprising run in the Connie Mack playoffs last summer, with a young team hitting its stride when it mattered most. This season, many of the same players are back as veterans. … more
THROW BEHIND: PAL’s Bobby Garceau waits for a …
Warwick’s Junior American Legion baseball teams played each other four times this summer. The first two were regular-season meetings, and New England Frozen Lemonade/Shields Post 43 won both of … more
PLAYING BALL: West Side’s Aaron Narcavage …
Warwick West Side’s Langevin’s Reps bounced back from a loss to finish the Warwick City Series on a high note, defeating Warwick American’s Sheridan Electric 7-6 in the consolation game to grab … more
JEFF VENTER
The Flood Auto Connie Mack team ended its regular season on a high note, but any momentum built up didn’t seem to carry over when the postseason began on Sunday. Playing Blackstone on the road … more
RYAN MORRIS
In a tense affair more suited to baseball’s bygone dead-ball era, the Toll Gate Titans mounted a spirited comeback that came up just short in a 3-2 walk-off loss to the Pilgrim Patriots in eight … more
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