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The regular season for RI high school football kicks off this upcoming weekend, and the teams in the Beacon Communications coverage area look to make noise and compete for their respective Super Bowls. Here are some of my predictions for our teams this more
I am sure by now that you all have heard the news, but last week, Goffstown, New Hampshire's Little League Coach Pat Dutton made a cheating accusation against Barrington after the conclusion of the regional tournament in which Barrington won and more
The New England Frozen Lemonade American Legion baseball team fell in three games in the opening round of the state playoffs to Woonsocket's Navigant Post last weekend. Overall, I have mentioned this before, but this is a perfect example of the power of more
When deciding what to write about in my weekly column, I usually stick to the same formula: Pick whichever item or subject stands out the most from the past week and go from there. However, this is one of those weeks where there is nothing that stands more
The fall sports season is finally underway, with games starting here in the next week or two. There are plenty of storylines heading into 2019 across all schools and sports in the Warwick Beacon coverage area. There are defending champs, teams that are more
The Bishop Hendricken baseball team will win its first state championship since 2016 this spring. I would say that this is a bold prediction, but considering how dominant the Hawks have been to this point this spring, it really is far from it. The Hawks more
Thankfully, the intense heat from over the weekend is past us . for now . and we can resume enjoying being outside for the summer. The heat has nothing to do with this column, I just wanted to start off by saying that it was far too hot this past more
It was a big week for the Warwick community last week, and really, for all of the state of Rhode Island. Summer is usually considered to be the slowest time of the year for sports, and in terms of the number of events per day, it is. But, in terms of 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
We are officially in the thick of the high school spring playoff season in Rhode Island, and a handful of Warwick teams are set to make some noise as we enter the final games of the 2018-19 school year. Let's take a look at some of the teams that will be more
Last Tuesday, the Warwick school committee approved an amended version of proposed budget cuts which included sports. I recently touched on the topic when the news broke that this was a possibility, but now that it is finally here, and the school more
Fall sports are officially underway. What that means for local athletes, coaches, and members of the media, is that normalcy has been restored to our schedules and routines. Now, the regular season is still a week off, but teams are right in the thick of more
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