Sports
79 results total, viewing 1 - 10
“We’re looking for pros to average Joes,” Rev. Peter J. Gower, the popular pastor at Our Lady of Grace Church in Johnston, mused the other afternoon. “All are welcome!” Father Gower, who … more
Panther Pride surfaced in several unique ways Monday night inside famed Twelve Acres Restaurant-Banquet venue in Smithfield. For the second time in as many years, there was a more
BIG STAGE: The Johnston High School boys and girls track and field teams competed in the Rhode Island State Championship at Brown Stadium on Saturday. Here’s a look at the action: Johnston’s … 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
There was a banner and balloon special sendoff early Monday night at the Daniel E. Mazzulla Field in Johnston War Memorial Park. In the center of the Glenn Carroll-emceed ceremony were five … more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Last week I wrote an article regarding the alarming drop in local umpires and referees over the past few months here in Rhode Island. After talking to a handful of people in the local officiating community, it was quite clear why they 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
By RYAN MURRAY Johnston boxer Nicky DeQuattro (3-1, 1 KO) lost a unanimous decision to Andy Aiello (1-1) of Bridgewater, Massachusetts on Friday night during a nine-fight card promoted by CES Boxing at Twin River Casino. The 4-round junior welterweight 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
By PETE FONTAINE A smashing success! That's what people were calling Saturday's 11th Annual Johnston Memorial Cancer Events Golf Tournament that attracted an extraordinary record field of 200 golfers to Connecticut National Golf Club in Putnam, Conn. more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 8 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.