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Time to stir the pot. In the fall season, the Pilgrim sports teams were the talk of the city. Between a state title in boys soccer, a state title appearance in girls soccer, a Super Bowl appearance for football, and playoff berths for girls tennis, field 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
And just like that, fall sports are over. There were plenty of surprises, some pleasant, some unpleasant. There were plenty of teams that rose to the occasion, some teams broke out, while others fell short. Overall, it was a great season for sports, 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 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
Holiday basketball is one of the oldest traditions in American sports. It doesn’t matter the level, whether it be youth, high school, college or pros … similar to thanksgiving football, … more
The Bishop Hendricken and La Salle hockey teams will square off at some point in the postseason, and the winner will be the 2018-19 state champion. Let me say from the start, this is by no means a hot take. The two clubs have formed a great rivalry over 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
A running theme throughout the fall sports season was the fact that it was my first fall in Rhode Island. Unfortunately, the theme will continue to run through the winter, as this is also my first winter season at the helm. Like most sports, the buzz 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 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
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
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