Archive - Apr 19, 2012
WOONSOCKET â Playing tight, or extra-inning, tilts is becoming quite the norm for Burrillville High.
Back on April 11, the Broncos snatched a 10-6, 10-frame affair against Central Falls, then â the very next day â lost to red-hot Johnston, 6-5, in nine. And, on Tuesday, it overcame an early deficit and edged North Smithfield, 10-9, with a run in the back half of the seventh.
WOONSOCKET â Three throwing errors, three walks, some mental miscues, and a couple of squeeze bunts in the final two innings of play added up to a disappointing loss for Woonsocket on Thursday afternoon.
Visiting South Kingstown erased a 2-1 deficit by scoring five unearned runs in those frames and found themselves busing home with a 7-2 victory in this Division II crossover game at Cold Spring Park.
Leo J. Jarret
WOONSOCKET- Leo J. Jarret, 67, of Woonsocket, passed away on April 17th at home after battling Lung Cancer.
Leo is survived by his wife of 22 years Maureen A. (Boulris) Jarret. Leo was born in Woonsocket on November 29, 1944, he was the son of the late Leo & Rina (Landry) Jarret. Leo also leaves behind his children, James & Timothy Jarret, Deanna Vadnais, Kathryn Cournoyer, Johnathan & Richard E. Gagne and Tammy Angle. A brother John Jarret also 9 Grandchildren and a Great Granddaughter.
In accordance with Leo's wishes, his Funeral & Burial will be Private.
William Henry Dogan
ALABAMA- DOGAN, William Henry, age 94, recently a resident of Wetumpka and Montgomery, died on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 after a brief illness.
He was born in Manassas, Virginia, on January 27, 1918, the son of William and Frances Dogan, grew up on the family farm there, graduated from high school in nearby Haymarket, Virginia, and later joined the U.S. Navy in 1937.