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I touched on this a little bit in last week's column, but here are my thoughts and storylines heading into the 2021 high school boys basketball season. Of course, it will look largely different considering the circumstances. The regular season will be more
Although the sports scene is still a bit funky with everything going on in the world, we are at least in a new year with much to look forward to. Sure, the first half of this year will probably look the same as the second half of last year. Who knows at more
By ALEX SPONSELLER After seeing the fall season cancelled outright, middle school sports will return for an abbreviated winter season. Schools will be allowed to offer boys and girls basketball, with practices beginning on Tuesday, Jan. 19. Games will more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Bishop Hendricken seniors Xavier Quezada and Anthony Iamarone made their college decisions official recently, committing to playing baseball for Division III Worcester State University in Massachusetts next year. The duo have been more
The Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association in partnership with the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Harbor Lights Software have been awarded a National Fish and Wildlife Foundation grant to develop an electronic monitoring more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Rhode Island Track Coaches Association recently revealed its All-State and All-Division cross country teams for this past fall season, and many locals made the cut to cement their places as the top runners in the state. Here is a more
Now is the time to express your thoughts on proposed 2021 recreational fishing regulations for Rhode Island. So if you want to start the black sea bass season earlier to fish in Narragansett or Mt. Hope Bay in June, or want to express your thoughts on more
Happy New Year, everybody. And just like that, 2020 is a wrap. It's been the most unusual year we've had in quite some time, and for many of us, ever. Of course, the impact that this pandemic has made on homes across the globe goes far beyond sports, but more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Six Bishop Hendricken athletes made their college decisions official last week as they signed their National Letters of Intent to compete at the next level. Leading the way was football standout Jason Onye, who will be taking his more
By ALEX SPONSELLER During last week's weekly COVID-19 briefing, Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo lifted the three-week pause which opened the doors for organized sports to resume. Shortly after the announcement, the Rhode Island Interscholastic League more
Winter sports are on. In light of last week's briefing by the governor, the Rhode Island Interscholastic League along with the state have decided to tip things off on Jan. 4 once the holidays conclude. It seemed like this was going to happen, but now more
Hats off to United States Congressman Jared Huffman (D-San Rafael), Chair of the Water, Oceans, and Wildlife Subcommittee, and Ed Case (D-Honolulu), subcommittee member. Last week the Congressmen introduced a discussion draft of a bill to reauthorizes more
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