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Even without Dunn, Friars confident that they'll remain on point

December 16, 2013

PROVIDENCE – Now that the sobering news regarding Kris Dunn’s unavailability for the season’s duration has sunk in, the question becomes just how exactly Providence College plans to cope for the long haul.

If there’s a way to somehow cushion the loss of the only tried-and-true point guard at Ed Cooley’s disposal, it’s that the Friars have been down this road before. Spread over four games, Dunn logged 106 painful minutes. PC registered 405 minutes in the 10 games leading up to the exam break, the bulk of those minutes featuring Bryce Cotton as the on-floor maestro.

Veteran mentor excited about this season's batch of Cumberland wrestlers

December 16, 2013

CUMBERLAND – This will be Steve Gordon’s 46th consecutive season at the helm of his Cumberland High wrestling program, and – as has been the case for the previous 45 – he arrived at Monday afternoon’s practice session at least 30 minutes beforehand.

As always, he does so to greet his grapplers, check on possible injuries or illnesses (i.e. football) and/or prepare them for the task at hand: Getting physically and mentally primed for another premier campaign.

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