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The Bishop Hendricken indoor track and field team cruised to its 29th state championship this past weekend at the Providence Career and Technical Academy to maintain its place as the gold standard program in the state. The Hawks had three individual more
Happy New Year to all of our readers. It's been another great year for sports in Rhode Island, with plenty of great teams, athletes, coaches, fans and stories. This time of year always reminds you of how fast time flies and how much can change over the more
The Pilgrim boys basketball team had a measuring stick game last Friday night when it hosted defending champion East Greenwich for an early-season bout. Long story short, the Avengers gained a big lead early and made enough plays down the stretch to hold more
As expected, the Bishop Hendricken football team cruised past Portsmouth 35-8 to win its ninth state championship in 10 seasons. It was a typical Hendricken win and a typical Hendricken day. The offense utilized both the running game and the passing game more
We now enter one of my favorite times of the year . the basketball and hockey playoffs. With the tournaments set to kick off later this week, we finally have a firm grasp of what teams are legitimate and which are not. Now, we get to see which ones are more
Sunday afternoon I was at my mother's house visiting. We were watching TV, laying low. I pulled out my phone to check into social media and while scrolling through Facebook, I saw one stray "e;RIP Kobe"e; status. Kobe Bryant, the five-time NBA champion and 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
Last week marked the end of an era, as former New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady signed a two-year contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to put an end to his days in Foxboro. Although it was hard to believe, and is still difficult to process, more
We are currently in an unprecedented time in sports. In the past week, the coronavirus crisis has shut down essentially all sports across all levels. It has also shut down all other forms of public gathering, and has postponed major events. What does more
Sometimes, people forget that sports, especially at the high school level, are about fun. Now, am I saying that kids should not want to compete, try their hardest and represent their schools with … more
High school sports continue to be one of the hardest things to predict, as this past week's playoffs produced plenty of surprises and unexpected results. First off, the high-flying Pilgrim girls soccer team fell to Moses Brown in the Division II more
The Magnuson-Stevens Act listening session held in Seattle, Washington on Nov. 22 by Rep. Jared Huffman (D-CA) was a big success. Representatives Del Bene and Jayapal of Washington and Case of Hawaii participated in the session. The panelists represented more
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