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By RYAN D. MURRAY The Pilgrim Patriots baseball team won its last game of the season, beating the Johnston Panthers 4-1 on Saturday evening at Johnston Memorial Park. more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Pilgrim Patriots went to Johnston and swept the Panthers 3-0 (25-6), (25-18), (25-11) on Tuesday night in Division II boys' volleyball. Outside hitter and junior Dave D'Andrea led Pilgrim with five kills and seven aces and his more
By ALEX SPONSELLER For the second straight year, the Bishop Hendricken golf team closed the regular season in first place in the Central Division by topping Toll Gate last week 168-215 at Warwick Country Club. Ben DeFelice led Hendricken with a match-low more
By RYAN D. MURRAY Pilgrim junior ace Cat Fallon pitched a complete-game gem, striking out 13 as the Patriots edged the Cranston West Falcons 1-0 in Division I softball at Brayton Park on Monday afternoon. Fallon, who gave up just two hits during the more
The Toll Gate unified basketball team had a historic season this spring, as the Titans advanced all the way to the state championship where they would come up short against Tiverton. Over the last decade unified sports have popularized throughout the more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Former Rhode Island standout gymnast and Warwick native Shannon Cornicelli has always had a passion for the sport of gymnastics. Cornicelli won state championships at the high school level and would later go on to complete for Rhode more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Toll Gate Titans baseball team overpowered the Lincoln Lions 10-3 during the Titans' senior night at Mickey Stevens Sports Complex on Thursday afternoon. Toll Gate senior Matt Martinez earned the win, pitching a complete game and more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Pilgrim Patriots edged Cumberland 6-5 at home on Friday night when senior Sean Blanchard drew a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the ninth inning to score Evan O'Connor. Pilgrim trailed 5-3 before it got a run in the bottom of the more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Last week I wrote an article regarding the alarming drop in local umpires and referees over the past few months here in Rhode Island. After talking to a handful of people in the local officiating community, it was quite clear why they more
Gianna Cirella carved out quite a legacy for herself at Toll Gate High School. Cirella passed away tragically last fall when she was stricken with sepsis, a blood infection that impacts vital organs and causes them to fail rapidly. She was 16 years old more
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