Archive - Oct 18, 2012 - Sports Article
PAWTUCKET â€” In Ray McGee, we have a lifelong and proud city native whose residence is located off Newport Avenue â€“ more specifically, a mere stoneâ€™s throw away from McConnon Field in Slater Park.
â€śIâ€™m still a city kid,â€ť McGee proudly stated with a smile earlier this week.
PAWTUCKET â€” When Shea High and St. Raphael Academy line up for the opening kickoff in a key Division II-B clash at Pariseau Field on Saturday afternoon, it won't be just for bragging rights in this mill city.
It most probably will give the victor the upper hand in earning a post-season bid.
So say the Raiders' Dino Campopiano and the Saints' Mike Sassi, who not only have spent years at the helm of their respective squads but also share nearly two decades of friendship and plenty of gridiron stories.