Archive - Oct 27, 2011
WOONSOCKET â€” Perfect regular season. Three more wins and it will be the perfect ending.
Mount St. Charles Academy finished up the league portion of its Division I-North slate unbeaten on Thursday night, courtesy of a 3-1 victory over visiting La Salle Academy on Senior Night with scores of 25-20, 25-12, 21-25, 25-20.
Mount concludes it second straight 14-0 league season and now prepares for the quarterfinals as the No. 1 seed in the state tournament next weekend, tentatively scheduled for Friday, Nov. 4, on its home court.
Before Tolman can set its sights on a repeat Division II-B regular-season title, the Tigers are going to have to overcome a tall order tonight -- namely one of the biggest and best defensive teams in all of Division II in West Warwick.
The Wizards, who are 4-1 and a game behind Tolman (5-0) in the standings, boast plenty of size in their front seven with veteran linemen Aaron Koehler and Cesar Jimenez and two defensive ends that clearly have the attention of Tolman head coach Dave Caito.
LINCOLN â€” Holding his finger and thumb less than an inch apart, Gov. Lincoln Chafee told the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce Thursday that the state is â€śthis closeâ€ť to intervening in the financial affairs of East Providence, at least in part due to pension obligations.
â€śNobody wants to hear the word Central Falls, but â€” trust me, itâ€™s not just in Rhode Island, all across the country â€” municipalities are really under stress. And here in Rhode Island, this is our time to help these municipalities.