Archive - Feb 21, 2012
PAWTUCKET â Tuesdayâs clash pitting combatants North Providence and Shea was one of those back and forth, knock down, drag out affairs that you couldn't take your eyes off, and for the longest time it seemed and felt like the game could go either way.
Despite the stakes being high â the regular-season division title was on the line at âThe Cageâ â both head coaches, N.P.âs Paul Rizzo and Matt Pita of Shea, took a moment at 6:57 of the second half to engage in some playful ribbing.
CENTRAL FALLS â Just a minute before he and his troops began walking toward the door for a celebratory bus ride home, Cumberland High head coach Gary Reedy was told that this Division II-North clash against host Central Falls High ended with a combined 45 personal fouls and 39 turnovers.
Marion L. Huntress
PAWTUCKET- Marion L. Huntress, 80, of Birchland Avenue, Pawtucket died Monday, February 20, 2012. She was the wife of Ronald H. Huntress. They had been married 50 years.
Mrs. Huntress was born in Concord Heights, New Hampshire, the daughter of the late Archie and Elva Moody.
She was a scrub nurse at the Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island in Pawtucket for many years.
Rita M. Garceau
CUMBERLAND- Rita M. Garceau, 79, formerly of Cumberland died on Feb. 15th at the Coventry Skilled Nursing and Rehab Center. She was the wife of the late Roland Garceau.
With her husband, she had co-owned and operated the Village Cafe in Cumberland for about twenty years until her retirement at the age of sixty.
She was the daughter of the late Raymond and Agnes (Leclair) Huard.
Survivors are her nephew, Daniel Garceau of Vermont; her brother Arthur Huard and Randy and Wanda Huard.
Arrangement under the direction of the DARLINGTON MORTUARY OF L. HEROUX & SON.
WARWICK â Those reports on Cumberlandâs demise down the stretch have been greatly exaggerated.
The Clippers put the clamps on a four-game winless streak in a very big way on Monday afternoon by beating the team they are battling for second place in the Division II-North ranks, Pilgrim.
Andrew Dulac and Michael Kinch supplied the early scoring and goaltender Patrick Noke turned away 27 shots to lead the Clippers to a much-needed 2-0 victory at Thayer Arena.