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GIRLS' BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Cumberland, North Smithfield, Burrillville aim to take major step forward this winter

December 10, 2013

Deb Engels seemed remarkably upbeat as she readied her Cumberland High girls' hoop team for a two-plus hour practice at the Wellness Center on Monday afternoon.

You'd figure her mind-set instead would border on concern, given the fact she'll return only one starter – her daughter Kate – from a team that closed last year's Division I-North campaign with a dismal 4-14 mark.

The league should be highly-competitive once more, but Engels expects this season's crop to be more than capable of doing some damage.

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