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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 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
Arguably Hendricken's best football team in school history ended its season in ideal fashion. The Hawks completed their unbeaten season with a 48-28 victory over La Salle in the Super Bowl in early December, as senior Kwity Paye motored through the Rams' more
It isn't often that a private school can earn the moniker of "underdog." more
I think it's safe to say that Hendricken defensive end Kwity Paye had a memorable senior season in green and gold. He led the Hawks to a seventh consecutive state title, scoring four touchdowns against rival La Salle in the Super Bowl, earned a spot at more
Matt Metcalf and Jacob Marrocco break down this week's winter sports action in Warwick, Cranston and Johnston. 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 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
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