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It’ll be five years ago this June that I covered my first game for Beacon Communications. It was after my freshman year at Assumption College. I played baseball there, but as a realist, I knew that … more
WILLIAM GEOGHEGAN
Notes written while the spring season careens to the finish line . . . It’s little solace to say in the wake of another heartbreaking title game loss, but it’s worth saying anyway. The … more
DEDICATION: Al Campbell speaks to the crowd at …
Before they were the Hawks, before their colors were green and gold and before they won any of their Rhode Island record 295 state championships, there was a race. Twice around the baseball field, … more
Soccer balls were flying into nets Tuesday night at the Bend Street Complex, and in a rare feat, the high-school teams were racking up more goals than the youth players on adjacent fields. Two of … more
At the end of the day – or the beginning, for that matter – we all know what makes the difference on a baseball diamond. I’ll give you a hint: you can never have too much of it. Sure, … more
KEVIN POMEROY
Three years ago, the entire Warwick Continental Little League family suffered a great loss when longtime coach Lou D’Abrosca passed away. Last Thursday, as Mike Gannon’s 11-year-old all-star … more
FIGHTING: Mickenzey Pacheco pushes for yardage …
Warwick Vets and Mt. Hope are not exactly rivals, but in each of the last two football seasons, few games were more important for either team than the match-ups between Hurricanes and Huskies. They … more
It was nine years ago, almost to the day, that I covered City Cup soccer for the Cranston Herald, my first assignment as a sports reporter at Beacon Communications. My last assignment comes this … more
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