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Last weekend’s Gaspee Days 5k foot race was a homecoming for Warwick native Elly McGuire, who returned to the course 46 years after her first appearance in the event. Back in 1978, McGuire … more
The Rhode Island Interscholastic League honored a total of 24 individuals, including 17 student-athletes, for their exemplary achievements and contributions over the past year at its 12th annual RIIL … more
After heartbreaking playoff exits in 2022 and 2023, the Bishop Hendricken baseball team finished the ultimate revenge tour this past weekend as it wrapped up a perfect season and state championship … more
A new report written by anglers serves as a call-to-arms to galvanize the angling community to demand action as climate change disrupts fishing experiences coast to coast Last month, the … more
This past weekend marked the end of the high school sports season and this spring was a lot of fun and as always, a fast one. There was a lot to chew on from the past two months of action, so … more
Hendricken product Brandyn Durand’s first season as a member of the Bryant baseball team concluded on the NCAA tournament stage last weekend, as the Bulldogs tasted defeat at the hands of North … more
Special Olympics Rhode Island’s 55th annual Summer Games, held at the University of Rhode Island this past weekend, led to some special experiences for some Warwick residents. … more
The Barrington Eagles edged Hendricken in the RIIL Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Providence to become the first public school to win the title since 2017 when Central won. The Eagles … more
The Warwick Beacon’s Athlete of the Week is Pilgrim track standout Brandon Wolfenden. Wolfenden completed a stellar spring season as a thrower, winning the shot put state title last week at Mt. … more
Eight student-athletes made their college decisions official at Pilgrim High School in a recent ceremony. Signing their college letters were: Jack Smith (cross country, Seton Hall); Braxton Bragg … more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The top-seeded Pilgrim boys lacrosse team fell to Prout 13-8 in the Division II championship game on Saturday at Brown University. The Pats boasted perhaps the … more
Bishop Hendricken officially retired Kwity Paye’s No. 1 in the Pepin Gym on Monday afternoon. The 2017 grad was an All-State player on the football team and helped guide the Hawks to three … more
Bishop Hendricken high school retired Kwity Paye’s No. 1 on Monday afternoon in front of a packed house on campus. As you can imagine, it was pretty emotional from start to finish. Kwity … more
Summer flounder or fluke fishing started to pick up this week off our southern coastal shoreline. Elisa Cahill of Snug Harbor Marina, South Kingstown said last week, “The fluke bite is slow but … more
Cranston resident Alfred Travieso, AKA Danger Boy Alfredo, recently became the Renegade Wrestling Alliance’s oldest individual champion after securing the Hype Championship belt. He is a … more
The Pilgrim boys volleyball team wrapped up its regular season last week when it hosted Lincoln. The team also celebrated its Senior Night in its final match of the year. Pictured above are Jared … more
NOAA Fisheries is providing $6 million in Inflation Reduction Act funding to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. The funding will support projects developing technologies to minimize risk from … more
Toll Gate saw two of its top athletes make their college commitments official this week, as Amanda Preston signed to play softball for Division II Caldwell University, while track state champ Alison … more
The Warwick Beacon’s Athlete of the Week is Pilgrim lacrosse player Brett Taylor. The freshman has enjoyed a big breakout season and has been vital in the team reaching the Division II … more
The Pilgrim boys lacrosse team punched its ticket to its fourth straight championship appearance on Tuesday night when it beat visiting Cumberland 10-9 in the Division II semifinals. The … more
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