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There is not a more boring time on the sports calendar than July if you ask me. The football season is still a ways off, basketball and hockey are officially over, and baseball is in that midseason lull that seems to drag on for far more than a month or more
The Johnston softball team struggled through most of this season, but it finished the year on a high note this past Saturday by celebrating Senior Night. Though the Panthers lost 11-1 to West … more
The Orioles and Pirates of the Johnston Little League Majors battled last weekend at Kennedy field, and the Orioles came out victorious with a 10-0 win. Here are some photos of the action: more
My name is Alex Sponseller and I am the new sports editor at Beacon Communications. I am originally from Worcester, Massachusetts and earned my degree in journalism at Worcester State University in 2015. I then headed north to Biddeford, Maine as a more
Members of the Johnston softball team were recently recognized for their achievements on the diamond at Wright’s Farm. Pictured above are those who were honored. From left: Madison Plouffe … more
By PETE FONTAINE Perhaps the brief yet highly-important ceremony held recently inside the soccer complex building in Johnston spoke volumes about how strongly Rhode Island USA Wrestling … more
Back when I started as the Sports Editor at the Warwick Beacon two weeks ago, I wrote a somewhat brief introduction on who I am and where I came from to more or less give the readers a face to put with the name. Now that I have settled in a little bit, I more
The Winman Junior High School Warriors softball team went to Woodlake Park and edged out the Ferri Middle School Jaguars 6-4 in nine innings on Thursday afternoon. Winman was led by its seventh grader and ace, Julia Krause, who pitched a complete game, more
Recently the NFL owners passed a new rule regarding the National Anthem and the players who have protested it. As we all know, many players in the NFL have been taking a knee or sitting during the pregame National Anthem ceremony as a way to protest more
The East Providence Townies scored five runs in the top of the fifth inning to come back and beat the Johnston Panthers 8-4 on Tuesday evening at Johnston Memorial Park. East Providence senior Ben … more
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