Archive - Dec 1, 2012 - Sports Article
EAST GREENWICH â€” Not quite 20 hours after Cumberland High had crushed West Warwick, 48-14, in a R.I. Division II grid semifinal, head coach Chris Skurka and his staff sat in a classroom far above the Wellness Center gym floor on Thursday afternoon planning for their next â€“ and final â€“ opponent of 2012.
That will be Woonsocket, which â€“ with a 27-0 pasting of Central, also Wednesday night â€“ earned the right to face the top-seeded Clippers in the D-II Super Bowl at East Greenwich Highâ€™s Nick Carcieri Field at noon Sunday.
TE â€“ Kyle Lizotte, junior, No. 88
LG â€“ Nick Fernandes, sophomore, No. 51
LT â€“ Brian Cahill, senior, No. 50
C â€“ Andrew Gaulin, junior, No. 74
RG â€“ Shawn Ingram, sophomore, No. 75
RT â€“ Levi Walker, senior, No. 79
WR â€“ John Poirier, senior, No. 1
QB â€“ Brett Bouchard, senior, No. 14
RB â€“ Jalen Evans, senior, No. 28
RB â€“ Will Andino, junior, No. 2
WR â€“ Kyle Mulvey, senior, No. 21
DE â€“ Brian Cahill, senior No. 50.
DT â€“ Shawn Ingram, sophomore, No. 75
DT â€“ Ryan Lagasse, senior, No. 54
DE â€“ Seydou Niang, senior, No. 55
PROVIDENCE â€” Deep down, Ed Cooley has to know that the basketball gods have not completely forsaken his Providence College Friars.
While injuries continue to decimate Cooleyâ€™s already razor-thin core, PC somehow continues to avoid getting buried under an avalanche of excuses and naysayers proclaiming itâ€™s impossible to play major college basketball with a depleted lineup. The fact that the Friars sport a 6-2 record following Saturdayâ€™s too-close-for-comfort 73-63 win over SEC foe Mississippi State reiterates the adage â€śwhat doesnâ€™t kill you makes you stronger.â€ť