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November 2nd

Boys soccer playoffs begin today

November 2, 2010

Based on their records and how they’ve played against their league opponents, the Division I semifinals should include top-seed Barrington and No. 2 Shea from Division I-East and third-seeded Bishop Hendricken and No. 4 seed La Salle from Div. I-South.

State cross country meet set for Sunday

November 2, 2010

Familiar area rivals like Cumberland, Lincoln, Smithfield and recently Mount St. Charles have consistently sent teams to the state championships and in some cases have done well.
Back in 2004, Cumberland shocked pre-race favorite Bishop Hendricken for the boys’ state crown. Last year, Mount St. Charles made big strides in its program by placing seventh among the 18th schools. In 2005, the Cumberland girls qualified for the New England Championship by finishing sixth, a point ahead of Lincoln.

November 1st

Lion girls top Novans, win share of division title

November 1, 2010

WOONSOCKET — For Lincoln High, Monday’s task was as straightforward as you’ll get. A win against Woonsocket High meant the Lions would clinch no worse than a share of the Division II-North crown.
Mission accomplished as Lincoln, buoyed by two goals from Jillian DeSimone, took care of business with a 4-0 win over Woonsocket at Barry Field. The Lions finish the regular season 12-1-5. The Villa Novans completed their first – and possibly last – in Division II with a 1-17 mark.

Ponaganset football coach discusses Div. II race

November 1, 2010

Ponaganset football coach Brian Gendreau has developed a good perspective on two of the toughest teams in Division II this season – unbeaten Tolman and once-beaten Woonsocket. His Chieftains have lost to both Super Bowl contenders.
“Tolman is the fastest team in the league,” Gendreau admitted on Sunday, “but I would say Woonsocket is more balanced. They can run and throw the ball. You can see why they played a 6-0 game earlier this season. Both teams have great defenses.”

Robert E. Fahey

November 1, 2010

Robert E. Fahey

MEDWAY MA- Mr. Robert E. Fahey, 66, of Medway MA, died Monday morning (November 1, 2010) at his residence after a courageous battle with cancer. He was the husband of Marsha (Bullukian) Fahey.
Mr. Fahey was born in Milford and had been employed for Walter E. Jock Oil Company located in Wells River VT and then returned to Milford where he owned and operated Prime Petroleum for twelve years. He later owned and operated Players Bar which was located in Milford.
Mr. Fahey was a Viet Nam era veteran having served in the US Army in Germany.

Pauline Brillon

November 1, 2010

Pauline Brillon

WOONSOCKET- Pauline Brillon, 78, died October 28, 2010 at home. She was born August 2, 1932 in Woonsocket to the late Albert and Yvette (Henry) Jolly. Pauline was the wife of Eugene Brillon of Woonsocket.
She worked as an assembler for the AT Cross Company for twenty plus years until retiring as well as being a homemaker for her six children.

Aurore Desrosiers

November 1, 2010

Aurore Desrosiers

WOONSOCKET- Aurore Desrosiers, 96, died October 25, 2010 at the Ballou Home. She was born May 20, 1914 in Woonsocket to the late Joseph and Cordelie (Joyal) Bernier. Aurore was the loving wife to the late Montcalm Tiny Desrosiers.
Aurore was survived by her son; Lionel Boucher of Cumberland. She also leaves behind many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren.
She was predeceased by her two sons; Roland and Joseph Boucher, one daughter; Francis Day and one brother; Arthur Bernier.

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