Archive - Nov 1, 2013
Sports editor emeritus
PAWTUCKET â€“ Cumberland High took advantage of a crucial pass interference call with three minutes left in Friday nightâ€™s game and scored the winning touchdown with 79 seconds left in what became a perilous 14-7 victory over a gallant Shea team that deserved a better fate.
PROVIDENCE â€” Earlier this week, Bob Walsh took in a Providence College practice at Alumni Hall.
What did the Rhode Island College head coach glean in advance of Saturdayâ€™s 5:30 p.m. exhibition tilt between the Friars and the Anchormen at the Dunkinâ€™ Donuts Center?
â€śTheyâ€™re much deeper as far as talent goes, and they have a lot of offensive weapons,â€ť said Walsh when reached Friday. â€śThe guys that the Friars have added â€“ Brandon Austin, Carson Desrosiers, Tyler Harris â€“ theyâ€™re all long.
Manuel S. Gomes, Jr.
PAWTUCKET - Manuel S. Gomes, Jr., 39 of Pawtucket died unexpectedly Wednesday. He was the loving husband of Michelle Gomes they were high school sweethearts and had been married for 18 years. Born in Cape Verde he was the son of Manuel Gomes, Sr. and Justa Depina (Rodrigues) Gomes.
Prior to his death Manuel was working as the lead supervisor for food and beverage at Brown University.
Besides his wife and his parents, Manuel is survived by his brothers, Jack Gomes of Cape Verde, Calou Gomes of Providence, Nick Gomes of Cape Verde and Michael Gomes of Pawtucket.