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By ALEX SPONSELLER The Bishop Hendricken football team grinded out a 14-7 win over the visiting North Kingstown Skippers in the state semifinals last Saturday night. The Hawks and Skippers have had some high-flying contests in the past few seasons, so more
By PETE FONTAINE The famed Apponaug Baseball Complex, which some people say has been the scene of youngsters playing the national pastime for many moons and perhaps dating back a half-century, has never looked better and may be in its best shape ever. more
The Apponaug girls softball program recently honored Russell Freeman by naming Field 3 at Winslow Park in his name. Freeman, who was a mainstay in local youth athletics and a longtime correctional … more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Bishop Hendricken senior and Cranston resident Andres Andujar made his college decision official recently, electing to play football for Division II Bentley next fall. Andujar has emerged as one of the school's - and the state's - more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Providence native and Bishop Hendricken graduate Kwity Paye made history last Thursday night, becoming the first Rhode Islander in the modern draft era to be selected in the first round of the NFL Draft, as the Indianapolis Colts more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI As an angler, I for one was delighted to hear Rhode Island will be keeping two seats in Congress now that our population grew over four percent according to the 2020 census. It would have been a painful choice if Rhode Islanders lost more
History was made last Thursday to the surprise of very few, as Providence native and Bishop Hendricken alum Kwity Paye was selected 21st overall in the first round of the NFL Draft. Paye was selected by the Indianapolis Colts after a stellar career at more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Pilgrim softball team enjoyed one of the best runs in the state prior to the pandemic, reaching the Division I Semifinals two years in a row. Now, the Lady Pats return a young roster featuring just three seniors after graduating more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Middle school sports made their return to Warwick this spring with boys and girls soccer as well as cross country getting some action. One of the top groups in the local middle school scene was the Warwick boys soccer team, which went more
By PETE FONTAINE No words - not even when Jim Tweed praised parents and adults who volunteer in a number of capacities - meant as much when the dedicated Apponaug Babe Ruth Cal Ripken Baseball League President declared with excitement ringing in his more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Hawks blanked the Cranston West Falcons 38-0 on Saturday evening during a Division I football showdown at Bishop Hendricken. It was senior night for the Hawks. David Lynch, a junior, made his first varsity start at quarterback for more
"I'm going to try to come close to the pylon," said Capt. Patrick Cassidy, Cape Cod charter captain and captain's school instructor for the New England Maritime Academy. "OK, can we pick up the seas, let it gust to 35 miles an hour and then make it more
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