Archive - Nov 9, 2011
PAWTUCKET â âThis game is going to be like âThe Thrilla In Manila,ââ La Salle Academy soccer coach Mario Pereira was saying on Tuesday night. âThis is going to be a classic âŠ two great teams trying to sort things out âŠ two teams with a lot of skilled players âŠ and kids on both sides who share an incredible passion for the game.â
Pereira was talking about Saturdayâs Division I state championship soccer game between his squad and Pawtucketâs Shea High. It is a heavyweight matchup between a private school and a public school, between the so-called rich kids and the city kids.
KINGSTON â For the first time in its long history, Cumberland will play for a state championship.
The Clippers earned a berth in Saturdayâs Division II championship match on Wednesday night by surviving a hard-fought 3-1 triumph over a Central Falls team that was determined to spring its second upset victory of the playoffs at URIâs Keaney Gymnasium.
Senior standouts Micaela Malboeuf (13 kills, 25 digs) and Michelle Malboeuf (11 kills, 20 digs) had big games for the Clippers, who defeated the Warriors by scored of 25-18, 25-19, 22-25, and 27-25 to advance.
âWith the benefit of hindsight, I wish I could have done more.â
â Joe Paterno
Who would have thought it would end this way for the legendary Penn State coach of 46 years? Paterno, the man of high moral values, the guy who once vowed not to retire and âleave college football to the Barry Switzers and Jackie Sherrillsâ of his coaching fraternity, had failed the biggest morality test of his life.
Maurice A. Regan
PAWTUCKET - Maurice A. Regan, 94, of Pawtucket died Tuesday, November 8, 2011.
He was the beloved husband of Helen A. (Phillip) Regan.
Mr. Regan was born in Lawrence Massachusetts, the son of the late John and Nora (Donovan) Regan.
He was a WWII Veteran serving in the United States Army Air Corps.
Mr. Regan graduated from Providence College with a Bachelorâs Degree and then earned his Masterâs Degree at Boston University.