Archive - Sep 14, 2013
CUMBERLAND â€“ Dressed in waterproof rain bibs, plastic gloves and rubber boots, Kerri A. Stenovitch looks more like a commercial fisherman than a fruit farmer.
Indeed, Stenovitchâ€™s three-member apple pressing team at Cumberlandâ€™s Phantom Farms, including Chris Combs, Chameal Rogers and Stenovichâ€™s husband, David Joseph, all look like they just walked off a fishing boat at the docks in Galilee.
BURRILLVILLE â€“ In his estimation, the mistakes that Burrillville head coach Gennaro Ferraro saw his football squad make during Saturdayâ€™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, thereâ€™s very little to quibble about.
â€śWe havenâ€™t won a football game where weâ€™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. â€śI think the work that the kids have put in, it was very evident.â€ť
PAWTUCKET â€“ After suffering a disgruntling 2-0, 14-inning loss to Durham in Game No. 3 of this Governorsâ€™ Cup best-of-five championship final â€“ the two runs both unearned due to a three-base error, throwing miscue and two grounders â€“ 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 franchiseâ€™s second straight Cup title and fourth in club history.