Archive - Sep 26, 2011
WOONSOCKET â€“ The offense of Tolman High, spearheaded by high-scoring sophomore Manny Wongen, has been a major contributor to its undefeated record so far.
But you got to give credit to the Tigersâ€™ defense, too.
Just like its previous seven tilts in Division II-North, the â€˜Dâ€™ was at the top of its game on Monday afternoon as the Tigers held off upset-minded Woonsocket, 2-1, at Barry Field.
LINCOLN --- Lincoln controlled the clock, but Rogers ruled the scoreboard.
The Vikings only had the ball on offense for approximately 10Â½ of the first 31Â½ minutes of Monday nightâ€™s Division III game at Ferguson Field, but that didnâ€™t prevent them from producing 35 points and 228 yards of real estate and cruising to a 41-6 victory.
Father Gerald A. Dorais
GARDNER, MA - Father Gerald A. Dorais, 83, was peacefully born into eternal life on Friday, September 23, 2011 in Heywood Hospital, Gardner, on the Memorial of St. Pio of Pietrelcina, and the eve of his fifty-sixth anniversary of ordination to the priesthood of Jesus Christ. He was in the company of a brother priest, family and friends.
Fr. Dorais was born in Central Falls, RI on February 9, 2011, the son of the late Armand and Jeannette (LeClerc) Dorais.
Nancy A. Gagnon
CENTRAL FALLS - Nancy A. Gagnon, 69, passed September 26th. She was the wife of the late Roger Gagnon.
Born in Central Falls, a daughter of the late Emile and Nora (Daniels) Daunais.
She had previously been employed by the Pawtucket Times and Ann & Hope for many years before retiring. Nancy enjoyed crafts, her two dogs and spending time with family and friends.
She was the mother of the late Bruce A. Gagnon.
Nancy is survived by her daughter in law Sandy Gagnon and several cousins.