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The CCRI softball team enjoyed arguably its best season ever this spring and earned a trip to the upcoming NJCAA World Series this week in Chattanooga, Tenn. It is the first time in the … more
The Pilgrim boys lacrosse team wrapped up its regular season with an 8-7 win over Cranston West, securing the top seed in Division II heading into the playoffs while also extending its win streak to … more
Last year’s 3rd annual Albert “Cookie” DeLory Memorial Golf Tournament, hosted by the Tri-City Elks, was a big success and raised funds for its scholarship. This year’s … more
The Bishop Hendricken outdoor track and field team rolled to the Class A title with a score of 239, besting the Rams by more than 100 points. West finished in fifth place overall. Hendricken’s … more
The Warwick Beacon’s Athlete of the Week is Pilgrim track standout Hunter Schobel, who put on a show at the Class A Championships this past weekend in Coventry. Schobel took first place in both … more
We’re in the final week of the regular season for spring sports with playoffs kicking off next week. Although every season produces some surprises, this spring has spoiled more of my preseason … more
“We are thrilled that the Block Island Inshore Fishing Tournament keeps growing. Last year we grew by more than fifty percent. We think we found a great formula with shore, boat, youth and fly … more
This past week was quite busy in the local sports scene, and as I do every once in awhile, I am going to chat about a few thoughts I developed in that span. It is hard for me not to do a full-blown … more
There was a big crosstown rivalry matchup on Monday afternoon as the Warwick Vets and Winman Middle School softball teams squared off for a late-season showdown. Pictured are some of the shots of the … more
The Pilgrim unified basketball team wrapped up another season of fun when it traveled to Bishop Hendricken and competed in the state championship, finishing second overall. Members of the team … more
The Pilgrim baseball team scored 11 runs in the fifth inning to shut out the Sentinels last week. Henry Kearns, Nolan Canestrari, Aidan Dumond and Chace Roberts all knocked in multiple runs to pace … more
With two wins Saturday over Monroe College-Bronx, the Community College of Rhode Island softball team captured the 2024 NJCAA Division III Northeast District Championship to punch its ticket to the … more
The Warwick Beacon’s Athlete of the Week is Bishop Hendricken senior Braeden Campbell. Campbell has been a force for the Hawks at both the plate and catcher this season as they look to compete … more
The Bishop Hendricken baseball team won a rematch of last year’s semifinals when it held off Cumberland 12-8 in a shootout on Monday. Despite jumping out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning, … more
Special to the Beacon Meet Darius Kipyego, a phenomenal track star from the University of Iowa State. Darius grew up in Oakland Beach and attended St. Raphael Academy for high school. A few of … more
The annual Gaspee Days 5K foot race will be making its return this June and is expected to host its largest pool of runners ever. The Gaspee Days 5K is the state’s oldest foot race and has … more
Expert angler Richard Reich will be the featured speaker this Monday, May 20, 7 p.m. at a seminar titled “Big plugs for big fish.” The seminar is sponsor by the RI Saltwater Anglers … more
With the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference tournament approaching, the Wheaton baseball team has hit form at the right time, winning six of its last seven regular season … more
The Emo DiNitto/Rhode Island Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame presented Rep. Joseph M. McNamara (D-Dist. 19, Warwick, Cranston) with its Distinguished American … more
The Warwick Beacon’s Athlete of the Week is Hendricken baseball player Ryan Thompson. Thompson has been a force for the Hawks in the middle of the lineup and led the team to a 6-0 shutout win … more
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