Archive - Nov 3, 2013
PAWTUCKETâ€”A row of mill windows...for someone looking in to glimpse bustling industry and for someone looking out to dream big dreams. This is the image that will soon greet motorists heading into Rhode Island on Interstate 95 near exits 29 and 30 in Pawtucket.
Sports editor emeritus
PAWTUCKET â€” The wide-open Division II-B playoff race got a bit more interesting on Saturday afternoon when St. Raphael Academy beat high-scoring North Kingstown at its own game.
The Saints raced to a 54-34 victory over the Skippers, who came in averaging 30 points per league game with their hurry-up offense. This was a football game that turned into a track meet in the third quarter when the two teams combined for 48 points.
FOSTER â€“ All season long, Amy Laverty carried Cumberland High on her slender shoulders. Sunday at the Rhode Island High School Cross Country Championships that took place at Ponaganset High, the sophomore was the recipient of a little help from her Clipper teammates.
The Cumberland girls ended up placing five runners inside the top 50, such a strong showing resulting in a fourth-place finish in the team standings and a coveted spot in next weekendâ€™s New England Championships in Manchester, N.H. As usual, Laverty was the Clippersâ€™ top point getter, finishing eighth with a time of 19:05.
LINCOLN â€” Like most coaches, Lincoln High chief John Dâ€™Aloisio admitted being more relieved than thrilled after his club celebrated an incredibly well-played, physical but nonetheless thrilling 2-1 shootout victory over East Greenwich in a R.I. Division Tournament quarterfinal on Saturday night.
â€śYou really canâ€™t enjoy it until the whole thing is finished,â€ť he confessed with a smile, referring to the fact his Lions still need to furnish two triumphs to capture the state title in which theyâ€™ve all been longing.