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The Warwick Vets baseball team edged Western Hills 2-0 in a tight battle in Cranston last week. Scoreless heading into the seventh inning, the Cobras would botch a suicide squeeze attempt which would result in an error and the eventual game-winning run. more
The Bishop Hendricken baseball team continued to roll this spring with a 12-2 win over Cranston West last week. Scoreless heading into the third, the Hawks would explode for a five-run inning, then would get a six-run fourth inning to break the score more
The Bishop Hendricken baseball team will win its first state championship since 2016 this spring. I would say that this is a bold prediction, but considering how dominant the Hawks have been to this point this spring, it really is far from it. The Hawks more
Local surfer Christopher Herbert had a big 2018 summer, winning the Eastern Surfing Association's Northeast Regionals in Belmar, New Jersey, and qualifying for the even larger East Coast Championship in September. Unfortunately, Herbert was hit with bad more
History was made on Monday evening, as Pilgrim became the first public high school in the state to ever field a rugby team when it headed to Bishop Hendricken to take on the Hawks as well as the La Salle Rams. The Pats split their games, topping La Salle more
The Pilgrim Patriots went to Mickey Stevens and cruised past crosstown rival Toll Gate 8-1 on Tuesday afternoon. Pilgrim senior Tyler Parks pitched strong six innings and struck out nine while … more
The Warwick Vets Hurricanes blanked the Hugh B. Bain Middle School Knights 12-0 on Monday afternoon in fastpitch softball. And that shutout came while Warwick was exhausted following a very active … more
Nationals come to Meadowbrook Lanes The 89th Duckpin National Tournament got off to patriotic start Saturday at the Meadowbrook Lanes. Over the course of the next four weekends, players from Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maryland, Washington DC and more
The Bishop Hendricken lacrosse team topped Cumberland 13-12 last week completing the comeback victory over the Blue Clippers. Despite trailing 9-2 early on, the Hawks would go on a 5-0 run late in the first half to cut the deficit to 9-7 at the break, more
After nearly two decades at the helm, Bishop Hendricken hockey coach Jim Creamer recently announced his retirement. Creamer, a 1985 graduate of Hendricken, took over the club in 2001. The Hawks had never won a state championship prior to his hiring, but more
It's hard to win games as a head coach, it's harder to win many games, and it's even harder to win championships. Longtime Bishop Hendricken hockey coach Jim Creamer recently announced his retirement from coaching, and was able to say that he more
The Don Rodrigues Karate Academy in Warwick hosted its 39th annual Ocean State Grand Championships at the Crowne Plaza, serving once again as one of the largest karate competitions in North America. Many local martial artists had strong outings, more
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