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Cumberland tops Smithfield in eight innings

April 15, 2011

SMITHFIELD – Cumberland High survived injuries to its starting pitcher and catcher on Friday to outlast Smithfield 6-5 in eight innings.
“This was a great team effort,” Cumberland coach Paul Murphy admitted. “Our starting pitcher, Hayden Namaka, hurt his hand and left in the third inning. Eric Murray, who had pitched only one inning this season, took over and gave us five good innings. And then our catcher, Matt Billington, got hurt and we replaced him with Matt Bare in the fourth inning.”

Doris M. Demers

April 15, 2011

Doris M. Demers

HUDSON, FL- Demers, Doris M., 80, of Hudson, FL passed away on April 12, 2011.
She is survived by her loving husband whom she was married to for 55 years, Leland S. Demers; sons Kevin Demers & Michael Demers and his wife Jeanette; daughter Sandra Jackson and her husband Gary; grandchildren Tanya, K.C., Kamber, Adam, Nicholas, Kolby; great-grandchildren Timothy & Dylan; sisters Yvette Bosma & Rita Byron. Doris was predeceased by her son Rodney Lewis.
Doris was born in Uxbridge, Mass and moved to FL in 1981.

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