Archive - Jul 8, 2011
CUMBERLAND â€“ A week off did nothing to cool down Cumberland Americanâ€™s scorching bats. Nor did the steady rain that fell at Garvin Field throughout Fridayâ€™s pool play finale against North Smithfield.
Next up for manager Dave Belisleâ€™s team: the District IV tournament semifinals.
Conor Lavallee and Steve Dugas belted home runs for Pool B champion Cumberland American (4-0), which collected its third mercy-rule victory of the tourney, a 12-1 thumping of North Smithfield (1-3).
Mary F. Bergeron
PAWTUCKET - Mary F. Bergeron, 77 of Pawtucket died Thursday at the MemorialHospital of RI in Pawtucket. She was the beloved wife of Arthur Bergeron. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., a daughter of the late Andrew and Antoinette (Morettini) Marchi, she had been a resident of Pawtucket for many years, and was a communicant of Our Lady of Consolation Church.
PAWTUCKET - Maria Carlos, 82, passed July 8th at Summit Commons. She was the wife of the late Jose Carlos.
Born in Sao Nicolau, Cape Verde, a daughter of the late Joao and Anna (Lopes)Jacinto.
She had been employed by Interpack and School House Candy for several years.
She is survived by 3 daughters, Alice Morais, Maria Lopes and Lucinda Pereira, 4 sons, Joao, Luis, Jose and Rudolfo Lopes, a sister, Germana Lopes, and many grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Margaret M. Flanagan
PAWTUCKET - Margaret M. Flanagan, 84 of Warwick Road, Pawtucket died July 7, 2011 at the Pawtucket Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was the wife of the late David J. Flanagan. She was born in Pawtucket, the daughter of Joseph and Martha (Corbett) Marran.
Mrs. Flanagan was part of the office staff at Ledgemont Country Club for many years. She was also very involved in her community as a member of both the St. Mary's Seniors and St. Leo's Seniors groups.
LINCOLN â€“ Cumberland exacted revenge against Lincoln in the best way possible: with a victory in the District IV softball championship game.
After dropping a one-run decision to Lincoln last Friday, its lone loss of pool play, Cumberland used a five-run fifth inning to separate itself in Thursdayâ€™s title bout and held on for a 9-7 win at Sullivan Field.
This past Wednesday marked the one-year anniversary of Michael Bowden relocating from the rotation to the bullpen. Rest assured cake was not served in the PawSox clubhouse to commemorate the occasion.
WOONSOCKET â€” After missing the first month of the season, Cumberland Post 14 outfielder Christian Spader was having a little trouble adjusting to the wooden bats that have been instituted into the American Legion baseball season this year.
But the Cumberland High product broke out of his mini slump in a big way on Thursday night against Navigant Credit Union Post 85. Spader collected four hits, including a game-winning two-run single in the top of the 11th inning as Post 14 outlasted Navigant, 2-0, in a three-hour marathon at Renaud Field.