Archive - Oct 25, 2012 - Sports Article
In the throes of a tough and challenging season, there lies comfort in knowing youâre not the only one in said predicament.
For Burrillville and Lincoln, Saturdayâs Division III encounter at the Broncosâ Alumni Field has âsomethingâs got to giveâ written all over it. The setting is this: you have two squads that have combined to drop all nine of its league chances, meaning the opportunity for a team to finally break the ice and walk off the field with a win tucked in its back pocket has never been more within reach (overall the Lions are 0-6 while the Broncos are 1-5).
WOONSOCKET â Mount St. Charles had plans of issuing Lincoln High a mild upset loss on its âSenior Day,â one in which underclassmen traditionally honor their 12th graders for four years of devotion to the program.
Unfortunately for the Mount, a Lionsâ sophomore ruined the party.
Erin Gannon notched a pair of goals in the span of four minutes not long after the opening touch, and the last proved to be crucial as Lincoln manufactured a 3-1 Division II victory on the lower-campus turf on Thursday afternoon.