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Last week, Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo extended the statewide pause another week, pushing high school sports off until at least next Monday. Now, I am sure that these weekly updates are growing old to read. I'll admit, I'm starting to feel some more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Pilgrim will be sending another one of its standout athletes to the Division II level, as senior Madi D'Amato recently signed her National Letter of Intent to play softball for the University of Bridgeport. D'Amato was one of Pilgrim's more
By PETE FONTAINE They were wearing ski caps instead of the traditional Babe Ruth Baseball hats. They were bundled up in cold weather garb instead of their warm weather coaching jerseys that are more conducive for spring and summer temperatures. Moreover, more
"e;When I retired they made me a t-shirt that read 'Stripers and Diapers'. Stripers because they are my focus most days. I go to the Cape Cod Canal to fish every day when they are here. And, diapers because at the time I had five grandchildren all still in more
We're now in the second week of the state's pause in an effort to curb the growing COVID-19 numbers. Last month when the governor announced her plan to initiate the pause, it was certainly a bummer, but time flies and we're already halfway through. Of more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Michael Osacky, who runs the sports-based company Baseball in the Attic, was recently named the lead appraiser for PSA (Professional Sports Authenticator), which is one of the leading authenticators of sports memorabilia in the more
By ALEX SPONSELLER After verbally committing to Division II St. Anselm baseball over the summer, Pilgrim pitcher Jared Reminder recently put the pen on the paper and made it official by signing his National Letter of Intent. "e;It feels really good to make more
There is still time to register for the free Orsted Fishinar Series on pelagic fish being held Wednesday, December 9, 7 p.m. via Zoom. Learn to target tuna, mahi, sharks and other pelagic fish in the near offshore with Capt. John McMurray, One More Cast more
Earlier in the fall season, Cranston native Steven Matzner passed away at the age of 67. In the sports world, Matzner was known for being a longtime tennis coach at Cranston West and later a coach at La Salle Academy and Prout. He enjoyed a career that more
By ALEX SPONSELLER St. Ray's sprinter and Warwick resident Darius Kipyego made his long-awaited college decision official in a recent ceremony at the school, signing his National Letter of Intent to compete for Division I Iowa State. Kipyego is arguably more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Toll Gate field hockey team fell to Classical 2-0 in the Division III State Championship on Saturday evening at Cranston Stadium. The two teams were scoreless after the first half, but Classical would break through with less than a more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Pilgrim girls soccer team had a busy week last week, as it topped visiting Smithfield 3-0 in the Division I semis but then fell 3-0 to La Salle in the state title game in Johnston on Sunday. The Pilgrim offense was one of the most more
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