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After nearly two decades at the helm, Bishop Hendricken hockey coach Jim Creamer recently announced his retirement. Creamer, a 1985 graduate of Hendricken, took over the club in 2001. The Hawks had never won a state championship prior to his hiring, but more
It's hard to win games as a head coach, it's harder to win many games, and it's even harder to win championships. Longtime Bishop Hendricken hockey coach Jim Creamer recently announced his retirement from coaching, and was able to say that he more
The Don Rodrigues Karate Academy in Warwick hosted its 39th annual Ocean State Grand Championships at the Crowne Plaza, serving once again as one of the largest karate competitions in North America. Many local martial artists had strong outings, more
Bishop Hendricken has enjoyed perhaps its most successful school year ever in cross country as well as track and field. Between state championships and impressive outings at both the regional and national levels, the Hawks have developed one of the top more
The Ocean State Ice Theater team will be taking its talents overseas this weekend, as it finished third at Nationals and qualified to compete in the 2019 Nations' Cup in Marseille, France. The OSIT novice team, which consists of skaters from ages 8-17 more
In 1980, Major League Baseball created a new collective-bargaining agreement which established a new pension plan for its players. The new plan made it so players would have to serve only 43 days on a big-league roster to be eligible for a lifelong more
The CCRI Lady Knights softball team hosted the Lynx of New Hampshire Technical Institute from Concord, NH for a doubleheader at Winslow Park on Tuesday. The Lady Knights defeated the Lynx 8-0 in five innings and 3-2 in seven innings to extend their more
The Pilgrim boys volleyball team has cruised to a hot start this spring so far, topping Exeter-West Greenwich in three sets last Friday to improve its record to a perfect 6-0 on the year. The Pats had a breakout campaign last spring, qualifying for the more
We are finally through the early stages of the spring sports season, and a few items have come to mind in the past couple of weeks that I believe are worth circling back to. I usually try to avoid rehashing old topics, especially like some of the ones more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Pilgrim Patriots softball team beat the Oakers 7-4 on Thursday at Coventry High School and remain undefeated in Division I, while improving their regular season record to 5-0. Amelia Murphy, a freshman right fielder, topped Pilgrim more
The Mount St. Charles boys lacrosse team worked past visiting Toll Gate 11-6 last week in a rainy battle on the hill. The Mounties jumped out to a 4-2 lead in the first quarter, but would go on to surge in the second frame by going on a 6-2 run to push more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Patriots earned their first win of the season on Tuesday when they beat the Lincoln Lions 3-1 at Pilgrim in Division I baseball. Tyler Parks, a senior, pitched a complete-game gem for the Pats and struck out six. We needed that" more
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