Archive - Feb 23, 2014
By JOSEPH FITZGERALD
BURRILLVILLE â When Tyler Seddon of Pascoag turns 7 on March 6 he will be greeted be a sea of police uniforms and fire hats.
Tyler, who has leukemia, loves police and firemen, and his one birthday wish is to get lots of birthday cards from his heroes.
âHe goes crazy over firefighters and police,â says Tylerâs mother, Rachel. âWe want this to be a special birthday, because you never know what could be next.â
PROVIDENCE â Cumberland High junior Jack Bauer created a bit of personal history on Sunday afternoon.
And, in the interim, the male aquamen hailing from Smithfield High manufactured a team triumph for the ages.
Bauer didn't claim either one of his specialties at these Rhode Island Interscholastic Boys Swimming Championships, held at Brown University's Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center, but couldn't have been more ecstatic about tying for second in the 100-yard butterfly or placing fourth in the 100-yard backstroke.
PROVIDENCE â Itâs clear that Bryce Cottonâs mom does not allow her son to rest on his laurels.
On the eve of her boyâs senior season at Providence College, Yvonne Cotton issued something along the line of a challenge to a player who as a junior topped the Big East in scoring. While thereâs no denying the merit of such a feat, Yvonne was far more interested in seeing what Bryce could do for an encore.