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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
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
FINISHERS: Pilgrim's Katelyn Vieira (above) and …
Soccer, the argument goes, is boring because there aren’t enough goals. You’ve heard it before. It’s an old, tired refrain. It seems to lose steam with every World Cup. And in Warwick this … 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
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
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
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
A WARWICK INSTITUTION: Brian Tucker chats with …
Since 1997, the Pilgrim baseball team has won 149 games. I know this, of course, because Tuck told me. He has chronicled all of them, one pitch, one out, one inning at a time. In his oversized … 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
I call them “sports holidays.” You know the days I’m talking about – those moments on the sports calendar when you at least briefly consider faking an illness and forging a doctor’s … more
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