September 3, 2015
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NICHOLAS SALOIS
Former Warwick Vets football standout Nicholas Salois is getting it done on the gridiron and in the classroom at Bridgewater State University. Salois was recently named team captain for the … more
RISING TO THE OCCASION: Cranston Western’s Nick …
After his team’s biggest win of the season on Sunday, Cranston Western Little League manager Gary Bucci said the best thing that happened to them all year was actually a loss. The loss in … more
THE START OF A TRADITION: The Green and Gold …
On Friday, the 1st annual Green and Gold Baseball Camp concluded at Bishop Hendricken High School in successful fashion. The week-long camp was comprised of players from grades 5-8, with the … more
TEAM EFFORT: Cheryl Lundh, left, assists Molly …
The Rhode Island Challengers League came together at Warwick National Field on Wednesday to hold closing ceremonies for the seven teams and more than 100 athletes involved in the organization. The … more
OVER THE TOP: Mike Broccoli uncorks a pitch …
Warwick PAL’s quest to repeat as the Connie Mack champion fell short in the semifinals on Wednesday night, as Johnston polished off a sweep with a 2-0 win at Mickey Stevens. Warwick southpaw … more
BLAZING THE TRAIL: Dyonna Rodas rips a triple …
Warwick North knows that the opportunity to play in the World Series is rare, and it’s taking advantage and running with that opportunity. Monday’s 5-0 victory over Tigard, Ore., marked the … more
ANOTHER WIN: Warwick North team members celebrate …
Warwick North capped off pool play with a 5-0 win over Tigard, Ore. Yesterday afternoon, to secure the top overall spot in Pool A of the Little League Softball World Series. The team will play the … more
UPENDED: Warwick PAL’s offense struggled in a …
The Warwick PAL Connie Mack baseball team was handed a frustrating, 5-3 loss at the hands of Johnston in game one of their best-of-three semifinal series. “We were just missing that key hit … more
TREVOR LAWTON
The wait is almost over. After nearly a nine-month hiatus, high school football is less than a month away from making its return. And with the schedules being released, I believe now is as … more
After 27 years, Apponaug Girls Softball played its last games at its beloved Winslow Park this past weekend in the 18U and 16U Eastern National Qualifier. Many current and past coaches, board … more
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