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The Warwick Vets Middle School softball team wrapped up the state championship this past weekend at Rhode Island college with a 7-6 win over Feinstein. The win completed the perfect season for the Hurricanes, and was the only real test that Vets faced more
The first thing that I am going to say up front is that I am not a politician, I am not a school administrator, I am not a money person, I am none of that. However, the fact that putting an end to high school sports in Warwick is even a discussion is more
History was made this past week, as Pilgrim and Bishop Hendricken rugby went head to head in the first-ever RI Rugby State Championship, with the Hawks claiming the title. Obviously, rugby is not yet an official varsity sport in the state, and only has more
We are officially in the thick of the high school spring playoff season in Rhode Island, and a handful of Warwick teams are set to make some noise as we enter the final games of the 2018-19 school year. Let's take a look at some of the teams that will be more
This past weekend I was at a Warwick North Little League game, and one thing really stood out to me: how small the crowd was. It was a 10 a.m. game on Saturday, with beautiful weather and a rare feeling of spring. When looking at the stands though, there more
When deciding what to write about in my weekly column, I usually stick to the same formula: Pick whichever item or subject stands out the most from the past week and go from there. However, this is one of those weeks where there is nothing that stands 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
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
We are finally through the early stages of the spring sports season, and a few items have come to mind in the past couple of weeks that I believe are worth circling back to. I usually try to avoid rehashing old topics, especially like some of the ones more
We are entering what I consider to be the best time of the year on the sports calendar. Whether it is professional, college, high school, youth, there is nothing quite like the second half of April and there is plenty to look forward to all the way more
Last Friday afternoon I was at the Pilgrim-Cranston West softball game at Pilgrim. The game featured two teams that should certainly be in the postseason and compete for a state championship this spring season. Pilgrim ace pitcher Cat Fallon, who more
The Warwick Police Athletic League just held an open house for it's new boxing program at On the Ropes in Warwick . and I believe that this is beyond good news for the city. I've never boxed so I can't give you much perspective as a former fighter or more
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