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October 24th

Lincoln downs Bay View in regular-season finale

October 24, 2013

LINCOLN — Head coach Brenda Sylvester really couldn't recall what she told her Lincoln High troops prior to facing Bay View in both teams' Division I-North season finale on Thursday afternoon.
“I guess I just told them to go out and play as well as they know they can,” stated Sylvester, who attended the contest despite being on maternity leave, giving assistant Lea Miguel the opportunity to serve as interim chief. “I just said, 'Go out and play your game.'”

No. 3 batter Pedroia draws attention at World Series

October 24, 2013

BOSTON – For much of his tenure with the Red Sox, Dustin Pedroia has been a mainstay at the No. 2 spot in the batting order.
What used to serve as a foregone conclusion for Boston received a noticeable jolt this season. On Opening Day at Yankee Stadium, Pedroia found himself hitting in front of cleanup “banger” David Ortiz while newcomer Shane Victorino assumed the spot in the lineup that used to have the second baseman’s name written all over it.

October 23rd

Lincoln students learn importance of syncing both body and mind

October 23, 2013

LINCOLN – As a former high school and college athlete, Mike Bedrossian knows what it takes to prepare for games, especially those critical to his teams' success.

He did time and again at Seekonk High, as well as the Community College of Rhode Island and Rhode Island College, where he starred in basketball and baseball.

October 22nd

East Providence native, Dodgers first base coach Davey Lopes weighs in on Fall Classic

October 22, 2013

This is one of those times when getting it straight from the horse’s mouth just seems right. In Dodgers first base coach Davey Lopes, you have someone who meets the criteria of gleaning insight into what exactly makes the Red Sox and Cardinals tick.

Lopes’ credentials are unparalleled when it comes to weighing in/opining on the two World Series combatants. The East Providence native and La Salle Academy alumnus was part of a Los Angeles organization that recently got pushed aside by St. Louis in the National League Championship Series.

Lincoln remains unbeaten in Div, II girls' soccer, grabs hard-fought 1-0 victory over Warwick Vets

October 22, 2013

LINCOLN – If you missed the first 30 seconds of Tuesday night’s Division II girls’ soccer clash between Lincoln and Warwick Vets, you missed a lot.
Electing to establish tempo on the game’s initial touch, the Lions quickly penetrated deep into the Hurricanes’ zone before one of their scoring stars took over. Senior Hailee Jarry succeeded in turning the corner and getting past a Warwick Vets defender before rifling a shot from the top of the 18-yard box that goalie Katelen Pick had little chance of stopping.

October 21st

Field hockey Broncos top Clippers in OT, 1-0

October 21, 2013

BURRILLVILLE -- Monday served as Senior Day for Burrillville High, and though it only had two honorees from a R.I. Division II championship team that graduated at least a half-dozen key players, senior co-captains Mikayla Fernandes and Brianna Durand had multiple reasons to celebrate.

The first is so easy to explain: Thanks to junior standout Kasey Desrosiers’ unassisted tally only 53 ticks into overtime, the Broncos earned a thrilling 1-0 Division II-North triumph over rival Cumberland before a small but vociferous crowd of perhaps 60.

October 19th

Woonsocket humbled in non-league loss to Rogers

October 19, 2013

WOONSOCKET – Regardless of the outcome, Woonsocket High head coach Carnell Henderson can take what just transpired on the gridiron and break it down in simple, easy-to-understand terms.

Following Saturday’s 21-14 non-league loss to Division II foe Rogers – Woonsocket seemed stuck in neutral on an afternoon where Homecoming was celebrated at Barry Field – Henderson was his usual flawless self as he attempted to digest what exactly went wrong.

Northmen gridders race past PCD Co-op

October 19, 2013

Sports editor emeritus

EAST PROVIDENCE – For a team that hadn’t played a game in 15 days, North Smithfield looked pretty sharp during Saturday’s 41-8 romp over the co-op squad comprised of players from Providence Country Day, Wheeler and Juanita Sanchez.

The Northmen got an 88-yard touchdown run-back of the opening kickoff from Nicholas Cicerone and went on to score all of their points during the first half. Head coach Wes Pennington then played his second team for most of the second half.

October 18th

'Own goal' helps Lincoln soccer team nip MSC, 1-0

October 18, 2013

WOONSOCKET — Minutes following Mount St. Charles’ 1-0 loss to fellow Division II stalwart Lincoln High on Friday afternoon, head coach Paul Jacques worried not so much about the verdict but the health of junior keeper Ben Weiss.
With 17:30 remaining in the opening half, Lions’ senior tri-captain Alex D’Aloisio fired a pass from the deep left corner toward Weiss as he guarded the net. The liner got through the defense, and Weiss deflected the ball away, but went down in a heap.

October 17th

Big football games await Northmen, Clippers, Novans

October 17, 2013

It’s hard to believe, but the midway point of the high school season is this weekend.
And in this state, the third weekend of October usually means two things -- a heavy dose of non-league games for Division II teams, and some interesting matchups in the other three divisions.
Two teams holding onto their playoff hopes are included in these divisional matchups, North Smithfield and Central Falls, and there will be plenty of interest in their respective “must-win” contests.

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