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Cider is a pressing business at Cumberland’s Phantom Farms

September 14, 2013

CUMBERLAND – Dressed in waterproof rain bibs, plastic gloves and rubber boots, Kerri A. Stenovitch looks more like a commercial fisherman than a fruit farmer.

Indeed, Stenovitch’s three-member apple pressing team at Cumberland’s Phantom Farms, including Chris Combs, Chameal Rogers and Stenovich’s husband, David Joseph, all look like they just walked off a fishing boat at the docks in Galilee.

Burrillville gridders make quick work of Scituate, 32-0

September 14, 2013

BURRILLVILLE – In his estimation, the mistakes that Burrillville head coach Gennaro Ferraro saw his football squad make during Saturday’s 32-0 non-league thrashing of Scituate are easily fixable.

Honestly, when a team romps in the fashion that the Broncos did at sun-splashed Alumni Field, there’s very little to quibble about.

“We haven’t won a football game where we’ve played four solid quarters in almost a year. There were a lot of good things and a lot of things we need to correct as usual, said Ferraro. “I think the work that the kids have put in, it was very evident.”

PawSox' offense once again MIA as Bulls clinch Governors' Cup

September 14, 2013

PAWTUCKET – After suffering a disgruntling 2-0, 14-inning loss to Durham in Game No. 3 of this Governors’ Cup best-of-five championship final – the two runs both unearned due to a three-base error, throwing miscue and two grounders – the Pawtucket Red Sox hoped to put the ugly, immediate past behind them and look ahead.

They wanted desperately to post a Game 4 win on Saturday night and force a deciding contest today, the lone desire the chance to claim the franchise’s second straight Cup title and fourth in club history.

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