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Woonsocket's Gardner returns to ring on Friday

December 3, 2011

WOONSOCKET — As glorious and magical as last year was for Joe Gardner in his comeback to boxing, this year has been the complete opposite.
First, the Woonsocket super middleweight was slated to fight in his first main event in March at The Roxy in Boston and defend the EBA (Eastern Boxing Association) New England light heavyweight championship that he won the previous November, but that show was abruptly cancelled.

Girls hockey preview: Mounties lead the way

December 3, 2011

There’s been only one perfect regular season in the nine-year existence of the RIIL’s girls’ hockey program, and that was turned in by Mount St. Charles in the sport’s 2002-03 inaugural season, as the Mounties produced an 8-0 mark and went on to win the first of their six state championships.
Since that season, the girls’ schedule has hovered between 14-18 games, and in the past eight seasons, there hasn’t been a team that’s been able to run the table and enjoy an undefeated regular season.

HOCKEY ROUNDUP: MSC drops opener to La Salle

December 3, 2011

Editor's Note: This roundup of Friday night hockey games will only be found on The Call's website.

WOONSOCKET --- It’s been a very, very long time since Mount St. Charles lost its season opener in hockey, but that’s what happened to the Mounties on Friday night in its Division I opener with longtime rival La Salle.
Robert Fox netted a pair of power-play goals midway through the third period to lift the Rams to a 3-1 victory over the four-time defending state champions at Adelard Arena.

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