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The Athlete of the Week is Warwick girls hockey co-op’s Ayla Paley. Paley, who led the team is scoring last season, has enjoyed another big campaign this time around and leads the team with … more
The defending champion Bishop Hendricken hockey team is on a tear as it holds on to first place in the crowded Division I group with a record of 8-1-1. The Hawks suffered their lone defeat earlier … more
The Warwick/Chariho Titans Co-op overpowered the Cranston/East Greenwich Thunderbirds Co-op 10-3 during a Division I Girls Hockey duel at Thayer Arena on Saturday night. Ayla Paley, a sophomore … more
1976 was the year we celebrated as a country our 200th birthday and Jimmy Carter was elected president. Apple and Microsoft incorporated that year and Steve Wozniak and Steven Jobs sold their first … more
Rhode Island College junior Steven Doss (West Warwick, R.I.) was named the Little East Men’s Track Athlete of the Week for his performance at the University of Rhode Island Invitational on … more
The Bishop Hendricken, Toll Gate, Pilgrim and Cranston East and West boys indoor track & field teams squared off last week in preparation for the upcoming division championships. The Hawks had … more
The Bishop Hendricken Hawks conquered the Central Knights 83-60 on Monday night during a Division I Basketball duel at the Providence Career & Technical Academy. Hendricken came into the … more
The Athlete of the Week is Toll Gate track sprinter Domenic Calise. Calise had a historic night last week, breaking the school record in the 300 meter dash with a time of 37.14 seconds. He is also … more
The Warwick boys hockey co-op grabbed another statement win when it beat visiting Mount St. Charles in a 3-2 thriller last Friday night at Thayer Arena. Warwick held a 2-0 lead deep in the second … more
The good times continue to roll for the Community College of Rhode Island women’s basketball team, which started a new win streak Saturday with an 88-50 home win over UConn Avery Point and … more
The New England Saltwater Fishing Show will be held March 10-12 at the Rhode Island Convention Center.  The show is  the largest saltwater fishing show of its type in the Northeast, … more
This week I had the pleasure of writing a feature on the formation of the CCRI women’s volleyball team back in 1976. This was the first ever women’s sports team at the school and paved … more
If it is said that adversity is simply opportunity in disguise, the following account can be thought of as a perfect example of just that notion… The rink was cool on November 19th, 2022 at … more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Pilgrim girls swim team beat visiting Shea/Tolman 58-23 on Tuesday night to improve to 1-1 this winter season. The relay team of Charlotte McPherson, Madison Tatarian, … more
Pilgrim swimmer Erin Cassady had herself a big night when the Pats beat Shea/Tolman 58-23 to pick up their first win of the season. The senior standout picked up three victories to lead the way, … more
The Toll Gate Titans were topped 68-44 by the Falcons at Cranston High School West during a boys Division II Basketball showdown on Sunday afternoon. Marcus Chung, a senior guard, led the Falcons … more
A pair of Pilgrim Patriots made their college decisions official last week, as Gillian Brown committed to playing soccer for Division II Assumption University and Ian Bubar signed to run cross … more
The Community College of Rhode Island women’s basketball team remains ranked No. 4 in the latest NJCAA Division III national poll following Sunday’s 82-70 win over Southern Maine … more
During Monday’s night’s NFC Wild Card matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, we saw history as Cowboys kicker Brett Maher became the first to ever miss three extra … more
The Warwick Beacon’s Athlete of the Week is Pilgrim girls basketball player Gianna Ramos. Ramos delivered one of her career best performances in a huge showdown on Tuesday night against rival … more
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