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Cumberland, Woonsocket going full tilt on Thanksgiving

November 18, 2011

WOONSOCKET — It has been said more than a few times that success in high school sports comes in cycles. Talented players sometimes come in cohesive groups of classmates who win games from middle school on up through high school. And when they graduate, sometimes the cupboard is empty.
That could be the story of Woonsocket High’s football program, which won the last two Division II Super Bowls before falling back to earth this season, finishing 1-6 in league action.

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