Archive - Feb 21, 2013
BURRILLVILLE â With the Division III playoffs a weekend away and teams across the division trying to play their best hockey down the stretch, Tolman could ill afford to put forth the performance it did against Ponaganset on Thursday afternoon.
The Tigers struggled with penalties throughout the first period and took just 17 shots on the Chieftains en route to a 3-1 loss at Levy Arena that finalized the leagueâs postseason picture.
JOHNSTON â Its star player might have been lost to a head injury in the early stages of the game, but that didnât prevent Lincoln from giving one of the Division IIâs best teams a hard-fought battle to the end on Thursday night.
Host Johnston celebrated its Senior Night with a victory over the Lions in the Division II-North regular-season finale for both playoff teams, but the Lions turned in strong games defensively and on the glass and gave the Panthers a run for their money before winding up with a 36-34 loss.
CUMBERLAND â As far as Cumberland High head coach Steve Gordon is concerned, the beauty of the Rhode Island Interscholastic Wrestling Championships is that anything can happen at any given moment; that you can toss all conventional wisdom aside due to the glory at stake.
Mary Dolores Cormier
LAS VEGAS - Mary Dolores "Dolly" Cormier, 76, living the past 13 years in Las Vegas, Nevada and formerly of 650 River Road in Lincoln, passed into eternal rest on Thursday February 7, 2013 after a long battle with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). She was the beloved wife of the late Richard S. Cormier. She was born in Central Falls, the daughter of the late Antonio and Mary (Alves) Garcia
PAWTUCKET â When Sister Gertrude of the Little Sisters of the Poor first suggested the idea of using a St. Patrick's Day dinner as a fundraiser for the Jeanne Jugan Residence, her mother superior was skeptical. The head nun didn't think enough people would want to eat a âboiled dinnerâ of corned beef and cabbage and told Sister Gertrude she'd be lucky to make $5,000.