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Northmen edge N.P. in overtime

October 28, 2011

NORTH PROVIDENCE --- For a team that hasn’t experienced many close contests this year, North Smithfield handled the pressure of Friday night’s Division IV nailbiter on the road with North Providence quite well.
The Northmen picked up a huge victory before a large crowd, a 27-21 overtime triumph, that not only spoiled the Cougars’ ‘Senior Night’ festivities, but also saw one of N.S.’s youngest players, sophomore receiver Peter Keenan, score the game-winning touchdown on a reverse handoff.

Cumberland gridders hand Central first loss

October 28, 2011

CUMBERLAND -– The pressure is off.
Cumberland High secured its first playoff berth in three years on Friday night, shocking previously-unbeaten Central, 19-6, at Tucker Field. Senior running back Ryan Gaumond scored twice for the Clippers, who improved to 4-2 in Division II-A and fourth place in the division. The Knights dropped to 5-1.

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