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It was a beautiful, mid-April day, and just about everyone knew the stakes but Dave Simmons. The lofty Vets pitcher kept setting Smithfield down in order, and the tension grew as the innings passed. He was aloof, that is, until he was one batter away more
Toll Gate and Pilgrim will have a difficult time topping their inaugural Thanksgiving bout. The crosstown rivals battled down the stretch, culminating in a seven-minute, game-winning drive capped off by junior quarterback Anthony Vann's 1-yard plunge. 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 CCRI men's basketball team hosted Southern Maine Community College on Saturday afternoon. The snowstorm was weathered by Southern Maine, which traveled early in the morning to make the game happen. Fortunately for the Knights, they were able to pull more
Hendricken couldn't get by rival La Salle for the boys' title at the 48th annual Dartmouth Relays, held at Dartmouth College's Leverone Fieldhouse in Hanover, New Hampshire, over the weekend. The Rhode Island powers took the more
The Toll Gate wrestling team cruised past the Quakers, 72-4, as the Titans won three of four varsity matches and benefited from a plethora of Moses Brown forfeits. Toll Gate got victories from Brown, Tainsh and Ryan Barker. more
Warwick high school gymnastics is off to a strong start as a new team. The Toll Gate/Pilgrim co-op program traveled to South Kingstown High School on Friday night to face off with the Rebels, and the Warwick squad was able to earn the win in their first more
The La Salle Academy Rams used a late goal by senior Drew Edwards to tie the Bishop Hendricken Hawks in the Ed Walsh Memorial Game on Friday night. The goal, which came with just 19.3 seconds to play in regulation, helped more
The less-than-full-strength Bishop Hendricken basketball team returned to league action on Friday night after a valuable trip to Hawaii, holding off upset-minded Cranston West by a final of 63-42. The Hawks took on the more
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