Archive - Oct 27, 2012
WOONSOCKET â€“ When the 17-year-old girl told her mother â€“ letâ€™s call the mom Theresa â€“ that she wanted to join a church in Uxbridge, Mass., she thought it might signal a positive turn in the life of the emotionally troubled teen.
It was the beginning of a nightmare.
WOONSOCKET â€” The vision, the quickness, the bursts of acceleration â€¦ Woonsocket senior Jalen Evans was the complete package.
More important than any of the other listed attributes, Evans was the picture of perfect health. The fact he was running just as hard in the fourth quarter as he was during the opening stanza proved that he was over the knee ailment that sidelined him last week. Evans just kept on wielding the hammer, running in and around Charihoâ€™s defense in what amounted to a 34-13 runaway performance for Woonsocket on Saturday afternoon at Barry Field.
BURRILLVILLE â€“ As he stood before a jubilant group of Burrillville players, head coach Gennaro Ferraro raised his right index finger and emphatically pointed in the direction of the Alumni Field scoreboard.
All eyes remained dead set on Ferraro as he rattled off the words the Broncos have longed to hear: â€śItâ€™s a win.â€ť