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Bishop Hendricken was recently named a Special Olympics National Banner Unified Champion school for its work with its unified sports teams and the Special Olympics. Schools that received this recognition were required to meet 10 standards set by the more
Former Pilgrim standout safety Josh Morin accomplished his goal of playing at the collegiate level, as is finishing up his first-ever college camp with the Division III Endicott Gulls in Beverley, Mass. Making the jump from high school to college is more
The Warwick Police Athletic League youth football teams have began practicing and are inching their way closer to kickoff for the fall season. PAL has made some adjustments to its alignment this season, including reducing the number of teams to four more
The Bishop Hendricken baseball program has had an impressive lineup of former players make it to the next level in the last few months. Thomas Pannone recently made his Major League debut with the Toronto Blue Jays, while Mike King is quickly emerging as more
The Toll Gate football team snapped a 10-year playoff drought last season, playing solid football on both sides of the line of scrimmage and establishing itself as a top group in the conference. Although the Titans graduated a whopping 17 seniors, they more
Locals compete in Ida Lewis Distance Race With its largest fleet ever, the 14th edition of the Ida Lewis Distance Race started Friday at lunchtime south of Rose Island (in Narragansett Bay's East Passage) and saw its first of 47 teams finish off Ida more
The Coventry Major League All-Stars had quite the summer, winning the state and regional crown and advancing to Williamsport, Pennsylvania. It's always cool to see a local team advance to the big show, and it's always fun getting to see these kids live more
By PETE FONTAINE Cranston native Ralph Warburton, 94, has been selected to receive the Rhode Island Hockey Hall of Fame's first Malcolm Greene Chace Memorial Trophy at the non-profit's inaugural Hall of Fame more
The Bishop Hendricken football program had the best run in state history when it took home seven straight titles from 2010-2016. The Hawks seemed poised to make it eight straight last season, but were upset in the state title game in a 22-21 loss to La more
By RYAN D. MURRAY Hendricken hockey '21 forwards, Drew Haxton, from Wakefield, and Harry Giuliano, from North Providence, were invited to the USA Hockey Select 15 National Development Camp in Buffalo, New York last month which ran from July 15 through more
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