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Archive - May 13, 2014

Tolman baseball team wins McGee/Scanlon Trophy, survives 9-7 slugest with neighboring rival Shea

May 13, 2014

PAWTUCKET — In what now will be an absolute annual clash between the city's two public high schools, Tolman and Shea delivered a strange, sloppy affair inside the Pawtucket Red Sox' long-standing home on Tuesday afternoon.
All told, the two squads combined for 11 errors (with three batters reaching on strikeouts gone bad), six wild pitches, two passed balls and three hit batsmen.
The contest also saw the Tigers jump out to a 6-1 cushion, then watch aimlessly as the Raiders tied it at 6-6 with a quartet in the top of the fourth.

Dufner headlines exceptional field for ‘Sweet 16’ edition of CVS Caremark Charity Classic

May 13, 2014

SMITHFIELD — For golf enthusiasts who remember Jason Dufner’s blistering performance on his way to capturing the 2013 PGA Championship, they know that the Auburn University product is a man of few words. He will respond to someone who acknowledges him with a polite nod, but don’t expect much more.

Edward J. McCann

May 13, 2014

Edward J. McCann

CENTRAL FALLS - Edward J. McCann passed away at home with his loving family by his side on Monday, May 12, 2014, at the age of 84.
Edward was a member of the City of Central Falls Fire Department since 1961 and rose to the rank of Battalion Chief in 1982. He retired from the Department in 1985. During his career he once served as President of the International Association of Firefighters, Local Union 1485. He was formally a member of the Knights of Columbus.

Antonio Barbosa Vicente

May 13, 2014

Antonio Barbosa Vicente

CENTRAL FALLS - Antonio Barbosa Vicente, "Tony" 92, passed on May 11th with his loving family by his side.
Born in Fogo, Cabo Verde, a son of the late Marino Barbosa Vicente and Anna Vasconselos Barbosa Vicente.
He was the proprietor of farmlands in Cape Verde.
He is survived by four children, Antonia Vicente Ribelo, Dina Barbosa Vicente, Antonio Barbosa Vicente and Grace Vicente Spinella, a sister, Isabel Rodrigues, ten grandchildren, nine great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

Joseph Morrissey Jr.

May 13, 2014

Joseph Morrissey Jr.

PAWTUCKET - Joseph Morrissey, Jr., 52, passed away on May 10, 2014 in Pawtucket. Joseph grew up in Pawtucket, graduated from Shea High School and then later moved to Chicago and worked as a middle school teacher.
He is survived by his father Joseph Morrissey of Pawtucket and his mother Sandra (Handrigan) Morrissey of Clearwater, Florida, two siblings Kelly (Morrissey) Chadwick of Cumberland and Michael Morrissey of Mystic, Ct. He also leaves a niece Allison Chadwick, a brother in law and several aunts, uncles and cousins.

Ernest F. Coit, Jr.

May 13, 2014

Ernest F. Coit, Jr.

NORTH PROVIDENCE - Ernest F. Coit, Jr., 76, of North Providence went to be with his mother in heaven on May 11, 2014. He peacefully passed surrounded by his loving wife, family and friends. He was the beloved husband of Lenore K. (Goldstein) Coit for 28 years. Born in Providence and raised in West Warwick, he was the son of the late Jeannette (Catalano) Coit and the late Ernest F. Coit.

Intracity baseball trophy to be named for longtime Shea, Tolman ADs

May 13, 2014

PAWTUCKET – One cannot quantify with simple words what John Scanlon and Ray McGee mean to this city’s public school athletic programs.

So given recent developments, two coaches – one from Tolman and the other from Shea – feel that it’s time to begin a new tradition to preserve the legacies of these two dedicated and beloved athletic directors.

Following the final out of Tuesday’s Division II baseball game between the Tigers and Raiders at McCoy Stadium, the first-ever awarding of the “McGee/Scanlon Trophy” will be made to the winning team.

 

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