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By ALEX SPONSELLER North Providence High School hosted its annual wrestling tournament last weekend and many local grapplers made the trip and made some noise. The Cranston West Falcons finished second as a team while Johnston took eighth. Cranston East more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Providence Career and Technical Academy held its annual indoor track and field invitational and a handful of local athletes made noise. Here is a look at some of the results from over the weekend: BOYS Bishop Hendricken's Evan more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The Toll Gate boys hockey team and the Warwick girls co-op club will be holding a special celebration in honor of the late Gianna Cirella on Saturday, Jan. 4th at the Thayer Arena. The Gianna Cirella Memorial Foundation will be more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Bishop Hendricken basketball team rolled past visiting Cranston East 91-46 in the teams' league opener last Friday evening. Hendricken was led by junior guard Sebastian Thomas, who went off for a game-high 31 points. "e;In my more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Warwick Girls Ice Hockey Co-op were blanked 4-0 on Friday night at Thayer Arena by East Bay co-op. With the loss, Warwick falls to 0-3-0 on the season. Nonetheless, Pilgrim freshman goaltender Mary Centracchio, showed that Warwick more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The CCRI Knights baseball team have been ranked No. 9 in the nation for NJCAA DIII by The Collegiate Baseball Newspaper NJCAA Baseball Coaches Association in their 2020 Pre-season Division Three Poll. The Knights garnered such more
Not that anyone doubted that the Bishop Hendricken basketball team would be competitive, but there has been some buzz in the early going of the season regarding the new-look squad. Hendricken did, in fact, lose quite a bit from last season. Bobby Fiorito more
The reason for "e;seven fish"e; on Christmas Eve dates back to the Roman Catholic Italian-American tradition of abstaining from eating meat on Christmas Eve. I have written about the tradition of the "e;seven fishes"e; during the holiday season before as all are more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Warwick native Michaela Giuttari proved to be one of the best field hockey players to ever come out of the city during her collegiate career at Hamilton College. Giuttari had another strong campaign in her senior season, starting all more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Bishop Hendricken senior lineman Jake Picard added his name to the long list of Hawks that have signed on to play collegiate football, as he committed to Division I Villanova University in Pennsylvania at the school on Wednesday more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Pilgrim boys and girls basketball teams picked up wins over rival Toll Gate last week at the clubs' Injury Fund exhibitions. After falling behind 22-6 early in the first half, the Pilgrim boys would surge late in the period and more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Pilgrim Patriots and West Warwick/Exeter - West Greenwich Knights - Wizards Co-op battled to a 4-all tie late Saturday evening during their first game of the Division III boys hockey season at Benny Magiera Ice Rink. Sam more
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