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Courtney Jacobsen, ex-Toll Gate Track and Field star thrower, started her freshman season at the University of Michigan in prodigious fashion. In her first collegiate outdoor meet, Jacobsen launched her personal best in more
On May 20, track and field teams from 11 of the biggest schools in Rhode Island will congregate at Toll Gate High School to show off their running, jumping and throwing prowess at the Class A State Track Meet. Athletes from Toll Gate will more
Pilgrim displayed why any team should fight until the very end with its performance on Tuesday. Down four runs right out of the gate against Hendricken, the Pats fought back behind a stellar pitching effort from senior more
Pilgrim couldn't slow Chariho's high-powered offense on Thursday afternoon, as the Chargers raced out to a 7-1 lead by halftime and cruised to an eventual 15-5 victory in a battle of Division III unbeatens at Bend Street more
Candis Kowalik, a three-time all-around state champion during her time at Warwick Vets, displayed her state champion prowess at the recent Division III NCGA Championships while competing for SUNY Brockport. The team more
A crosstown battle on the diamond between Toll Gate and Hendricken didn't disappoint last Wednesday, as the Hawks outlasted the Titans, 2-1, in a pitchers' duel. The Titans were in command for the first four and a half more
Hendricken's track and field team produced some great performances on the track this weekend. The Hawks brought their 4x800, 4x100 and 4x400 meter relay teams to Penn Relays, which is held at Franklin Field in more
As he heads down the homestretch of his collegiate career, Hendricken graduate Jarek Krajewski has finally found his hitting stroke for Plymouth State after experiencing a prolonged slump at the plate. After spending much of the season more
North Kingstown kept Hendricken leading scorer Dylan McSparren quiet for the first quarter, but that trend wouldn't last much longer. McSparren, who now has 28 goals on the season, scored three times in both the second and more
The Salve Regina University women's track team captured its second consecutive Commonwealth Coast Conference Invitational title on Saturday in Portsmouth, and freshman and former Pilgrim standout Madison Stanley was a main more
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