Archive - Oct 4, 2011 - Sports Article
PROVIDENCE â Following his teamâs 2-2 tie against Moses Brown on Tuesday afternoon at Wasserman Field, Tolman head coach Jack Couto was asked if the stalemate fell into the category of a good tie or a bad one.
âIt was a good tie considering the way we played. Moses Brown scored seven minutes into the game, so we werenât ready,â Couto said. âWe still get the point and we're still undefeated, but they arenât playing great right now. We need to pick it up.â
PAWTUCKET â If everything goes according to plan, St. Raphael Academy will have a new athletic director in place by monthâs end, says President-Principal Maryann Donohue-Lynch.
Such a finite timeline speaks to the confidence Donohue-Lynch has in the five-person search committee she herself handpicked. The committee will recommend candidates and advise school administrators about a successor to Bruce Gammell, whose departure in August created an opening.
CUMBERLAND â Longtime coaches John Menna of Lincoln and Joe Bennett of Smithfield have had their share of success over the years in their respective programs and enjoy winning just as much as anyone else.
But neither coach was concerned about beating unbeaten Cumberland on Tuesday in a Northern Division dual-meet finale at the Monastery. The primary concern for Menna and Bennett was on the competition between their two teams.