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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
We are entering what I consider to be the best time of the year on the sports calendar. Whether it is professional, college, high school, youth, there is nothing quite like the second half of April and there is plenty to look forward to all the way more
Last Friday afternoon I was at the Pilgrim-Cranston West softball game at Pilgrim. The game featured two teams that should certainly be in the postseason and compete for a state championship this spring season. Pilgrim ace pitcher Cat Fallon, who more
The Warwick Police Athletic League just held an open house for it's new boxing program at On the Ropes in Warwick . and I believe that this is beyond good news for the city. I've never boxed so I can't give you much perspective as a former fighter or more
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is not always easy. I'll admit, as a 26-year-old guy, I struggle to maintain the health that I wish to, and I am fortunate to not have any medical issues that prevent me from doing so. I recently finished my story more
It's very rare that a team finishes first in the regular season, then goes undefeated in the postseason to win the state championship, all while flying under the radar. I wouldn't say that the Bishop Hendricken hockey team was totally flying under the more
Late last week, I was midway through completing a column that argued that the seeding system in the open state basketball tournaments was flawed, and that having a No. 1 team square off against a No. 16 was an utter waste of time, along with other high more
The North Kingstown Skippers pulled off the upset this past weekend as they topped Bishop Hendricken 64-60 in the Division I Championship at the Community College of Rhode Island. The two clubs clashed earlier in the regular season, and the Hawks more
The 2018-19 high school swimming state championships were held over the weekend at Brown University. Sure enough, the Bishop Hendricken club wrapped up a first-place finish on the boys side, while Barrington won the girls competition. I'll admit, more
Let the madness begin. This week will kick off the majority of the Rhode Island High School playoffs, which means that I will be a little all over the place physically and mentally, which is fine by me. There is plenty to look forward to. The regular more
The Pilgrim girls basketball team got off to a historic start to begin its season this winter, kicking things off by surging to a 9-0 record. The Lady Pats have scuffled as of late, dropping a tough loss to inter-city rival Toll Gate a couple weeks back, more
One of the great rivalries in Rhode Island high school sports added another chapter to its history last Friday, as the Bishop Hendricken Hawks and La Salle Rams battled to a 4-4 tie in what was one of the best games of the 2018-19 winter season. The two more
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