December 19, 2014
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ELLEN McDONNELL
The Pilgrim High School field hockey team fell to the Cumberland Clippers 5-1 on Tuesday night in the quarterfinal round of the Division II playoffs, and though the scoreboard reflected a landslide … more
MAGIC MOMENT: The Warwick Vets field hockey team …
With one swing of her stick, Lexi Santos-Smith erased a decade of bad memories for the Warwick Vets field hockey program. The ’Canes are back. Playing at home against South Kingstown in the … more
We enter the home stretch of the high school football season, and Pilgrim and Toll Gate square off in the game of the week. The Pats and Titans are both trying to keep their playoff hopes alive in a … more
FOOT-BALL: Andrew Wheelen loses his shoe while he …
Warwick Soccer Association held its field day this past weekend, finishing up the regular season with a full slate of games at Belmont Park. Teams in all age groups competed, wrapping up another … more
The Pilgrim and Toll Gate football teams ran into the cream of the crop in Division III over the weekend, and the difference between Middletown, Classical and the rest of the league came through loud … more
KENDRA TANTIMONICO PILGRIM • SOCCER • …
Tantimonico had a big offensive week for the Pilgrim girls' soccer team, helping lead the Pats to a pair of blowout wins. She scored a goal and had six assists - including a five-assist game on … more
Apponaug captured the Master’s Division title …
The autumn leaves were a perfect background for Apponaug Girls Softball (AGS) playoffs this weekend. Sixteen teams from the major, senior and masters division played Saturday at Winslow … more
NO WHERE TO RUN: Vets running back Mickenzey …
It started out well enough on Saturday, as halfway through the second quarter the Warwick Vets football team was down only 12-7 to Woonsocket. But before long, the ’Canes were in an all too … more
ON THE BALL: Pilgrim’s Madison Stanley, left, …
In the regular season finale for both teams, the Warwick Vets and Pilgrim field hockey teams each earned a point, but more importantly they also earned plenty of confidence with the playoffs on the … more
To the Editor: West African countries have been suffering an insidiously growing epidemic, which, through the recklessness of the President of the United States, may become a pandemic. In yet … more
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