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Starting on Monday of this week, fans were allowed back in attendance to most Rhode Island Interscholastic League events. Two weeks back, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced a two-week ban of spectators while the local COVID-19 numbers continue to rise, more
Tautog are slow growers, they can live 35-40 years. Dr. David Taylor, professor of marine biology at Roger Williams University, said, "e;A 19-inch tautog may very well be 9-10 years old. Also, for any fish population, there's a benefit to releasing big more
FROM STAFF REPORTS Rhode Island College seniors Shayna Cousineau (Cranston) and Bryana Mullin (Warwick) finished first and second, respectively, at the Little East Virtual Women's Cross Country Invitational. RIC finished second (four teams) with a team more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Pilgrim boys soccer team dropped a home matchup against surging Mt. Hope 2-1 on Monday afternoon at home. It was the Pats' first game since returning from their two-week layoff due to the coronavirus quarantine. Despite playing a more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The freshman and junior varsity cross country state championships were held last weekend at East Greenwich High School, and many locals made some noise including the Bishop Hendricken freshmen, who took home their 17th title on the more
For a week in which most contests were postponed, last week was quite eventful. Let's start with Gov. Gina Raimondo's announcement regarding local sports. Last week, she made a statement saying that many of the cases in the state's recent surge in more
By ALEX SPONSELLER As the winter months approach, the local swim community is turning up the heat in its battle to see McDermott Pool reopened by the city of Warwick. The pool has been shut down since the spring when the COVID-19 pandemic first broke more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The Pilgrim boys and girls cross country teams were in action again last weekend when they squared off against Coventry, Hope and Mount Pleasant. Both the girls went 2-1 on the day, topping Hope and Mount Pleasant while falling to more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Toll Gate field hockey team has gotten off to a stellar start to the season, jumping out to a 3-0 league record and a 3-1 record overall. The Lady Titans cruised past Chariho 3-1 last weekend to improve to 3-0 on the season. Hope more
By ALEX SPONSELLER As the Smithfield cross country team is moving past its recent COVID-19 outbreak, a new batch of soccer teams will be forced to miss action. Sources confirmed to the Beacon on Wednesday afternoon that the Bishop Hendricken, Pilgrim and more
In my opinion, the most important thing to consider during roster building is depth. Of course, talent, character, reliability, health, all of that matters and plays a role in a team's success. But in terms of strictly roster construction at all levels more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Back in May, local marathon runner Joe Sullivan, nicknamed Aloha Joe, ran his own personal race in his Oakland Beach neighborhood to raise money for local first responders. Sullivan has been running marathons for eight years now and more
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