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It’s hard to believe, but we are already halfway through the spring sports regular season. Now that we have an actual sample size to work with, let’s get some observations and takes to … more
I  guess I will start my column off this week with continuing on last week’s topic, which was the way that the Warwick School Committee continues to fail its student-athletes. Since … more
Monday afternoon was a beautiful spring day in New England, and it was another reminder for myself that April is the best month on the sports calendar, at least in my opinion. For those of you who … more
I’ll admit this up front, this is somewhat of a recycled topic and take. However, I must speak about it once again as such little progress has been made. It is time, or rather, has been time … more
In two different cases this spring, I have seen baseball umpires warn teams about the new rules regarding cheering during the game. Now to be clear, I am not sure if these are hard rules that have … more
Last week, Chad Finn of the Boston Globe wrote a column on his high school daughter wrapping up her final season of sports. It was a wonderful tribute to his daughter but the angle he took was toward … more
The spring season is here with practices beginning last week and scrimmages taking place this week. There are plenty of teams that will be interesting to watch as we get rolling here, so here are a … more
  Spring practices begin this week, so we are wrapping up the brief respite between seasons. Obviously I am referring to the end of winter and start of spring. One thing that I enjoy about … more
Last weekend the Rhode Island Interscholastic League dropped the puck on the boys and girls hockey playoffs. Although there were some close matchups and it is shaping up to be a great finish, I have … more
Every so often I will take on a handful of quick-hit items in my column rather than one encapsulating thought. It's a busy time of year and a lot has happened in the past week or two, so I figure this would be a good week to unpack a few things. Here are more
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
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