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The Rhode Island hockey community recently lost perhaps its most notable member, as former Mount St. Charles coach Bill Belisle passed away at the age of 92 last week. Belisle coached the Mounties for four decades and guided them to an astonishing 32 more
Last week our three publications revealed our Girls Teams of the Year as well as our Girls Team Coaches of the Year. I devoted my column toward breaking the selections down and giving my own personal insight, and I will be doing the same this week as we more
The Cranston community saw plenty of top-notch action in the year 2021, especially on the girls side of things, as many locals made deep postseason runs and shined on the biggest stage. Perhaps no team enjoyed more overall success than the Cranston West more
FROM STAFF REPORTS In light of the recent COVID-19 surge throughout the state, the Community College of Rhode Island announced in a press release that it would not allow spectators to athletic events for the duration of January. The school did, however, more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston West wrestling team is getting ready to get back into action after the holiday break, and is looking to build on some of its momentum from earlier this winter. The team's biggest win came in December when it won the South more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston boys hockey co-op returned from the holiday break with a big 6-2 road win over St. Ray's/Wheeler/PCD last week in Pawtucket. After giving up a two-point lead in the second period, Cranston would roll in the third to pick more
Happy New Year to our readers at Beacon Communications. It's incredible how fast the holidays always sneak up on us and how quick the season always seems to fly by. Like every year, late December is a time of reflection and I have spent the last few days more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The RI Football Coaches' Association recently unveiled its All-Division selections for this past fall season, and many locals made the cut. Bishop Hendricken's Brandyn Durand was named to the Division I-A First Team on offense as well more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston East boys basketball team split its opening two games prior to the holiday break to start its winter season. The Bolts took home an opening day win by topping East Greenwich 67-48. Naz Milien led the way with 16 points more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) will start stocking local waters on December 17 with rainbow trout and Sebago Atlantic salmon. Ponds being stocked include Barber Pond, South Kingstown; Silver Spring Lake, North Kingstown; more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston West boys basketball team fell to visiting Wheeler 74-61 last week. The Falcons were shorthanded heading into the matchup, missing six players due to COVID including three starters. West was able to pull within three more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston West girls basketball team has jumped out to a 1-1 start this winter season, beating Portsmouth on opening night then falling to Barrington in overtime on Monday evening. The Falcons won the opener 54-35. Kaitlyn Antonucci more
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