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Lincoln girls soccer team ready for playoffs

November 8, 2010

Eight teams will square off today-- weather permitting -- in the Division II playoffs. And perhaps six of them could actually win the state title that will be decided this coming Sunday at Rhode Island College.
“Our division is very close,” Lincoln coach John D’Aloisio admitted over the weekend. His Lions host North Smithfield at 4 p.m. today.
A day-long rain is in the forecast. Any games postponed today likely would be made up on Tuesday.

Division II football playoffs begin Friday night

November 8, 2010

Welcome to the Division II football playoffs, home of the complex algorithms.
For those who remember the unprecedented five-way tiebreaker of two years ago that tabulated Woonsocket as the odd team out, a refresher course on the wording of the tiebreaker formula was held after Central knocked off Chariho on Friday night. The 40-12 outcome created a three-way logjam atop the II-A standings with Central, Chariho and Johnston all sporting identical 5-2 records.

Saints ride 3-game winning streak into playoffs

November 8, 2010

PAWTUCKET – Mike Sassi knew his St. Raphael squad could not improve or hinder its playoff position heading into Saturday’s regular season finale against Ponaganset. Though the Saints were locked in as the third seed in Division II-B, that didn’t stop the head coach from digging deep into his bag of motivational tricks.

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