CUMBERLAND --â€“ Players like Rodney Bustillo and Elijiah Wiggins donâ€™t need an entire game to make a difference.
Just give them a little time to start heating up.
The Tolman High seniors got sizzling hot in the second half of Tuesdayâ€™s opener with Cumberland in the annual Cumberland/Lincoln Boys & Girls Club Holiday Tournament and turned a 38-all tie at the break into a runaway 80-61 rout at the Wellness Center.
CUMBERLAND --â€“ Two teams in desperate need of getting their respective seasons on track crossed paths in first semifinal of the Cumberland/Lincoln Boys & Girls Club Holiday Tournament on Tuesday night at Cumberland High Schoolâ€™s Wellness Center.
Lincoln was the club that took a solid step in the right direction with a convincing 68-52 triumph over a Woonsocket squad that continues to seek answers. Lincoln will play Tolman in tonightâ€™s championship game set for 7:45 p.m. Woonsocket and Cumberland in the 6 p.m. consolation game.
David L. Paulhus
BLACKSTONE- David L. Paulhus, 55, of Main St. died, Sunday December 26, 2010 in Landmark Medical Center. He was the husband of Helen- Marie (Lapan) Paulhus.
Born in Limestone, Maine, son of Robert and Muriel (Jodoin) Paulhus of Bellingham.
David worked as an Analysis for Raytheon Corp. in Sudbury, Mass. for 34 years.
He was a member of St. Paul's Church, and served as a Eucharistic Minister, and a member of the Parish Council. And a former Grafton Wheelers
Edith M. Del Medico
WOONSOCKET- Edith M. (Woods) Del Medico, 91, of Woonsocket, died Sunday, December 26, 2010 in Woonsocket Health & Rehabilitation Centre. She was the wife of the late Evio G. Del Medico and the daughter of the late Frederick T. and Angelina (Lizotte) Woods.
Mrs. Del Medico was born and educated in Blackstone, MA. Prior to her marriage in 1948, she was a Supervisor at US Rubber in Woonsocket. Mrs. Del Medico left the workforce in 1950 and became a homemaker. She was also a communicant of St. Joan of Arc Church.
MANCHESTER, NH- Sister Rachel Morrissette, 64, of the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary, St. Joseph Residence, Manchester, NH died at the Catholic Medical Center in Manchester on December 27, 2010.
A native of Berlin, NH, she was born on November 27, 1946, the daughter of the late Philippe and Marie-Anna (Bosa) Morrissette.
She entered the Order of the Sisters of the presentation of Mary in Hudson, NH in 1966 and made her First Profession in 1968 and Final Profession in 1973.
Geoff A. Gaebe
MAPLEVILLE-- Geoff A. Gaebe, 60, of Addieville East Farm in Mapleville, R.I. died at home Sunday, December 26, 2010 surrounded by family and friends after a courageous battle with cancer.
He was the loving husband of Paula (McCauley) Gaebe and adoring farther of Sara L. Gaebe. He was the son of Morris J. Gaebe and the late Audrey K. Gaebe.
Geoff grew up in Barrington, R.I. and was one of four scholar/athlete brothers, who were also all Eagle Scouts.
He attended Wake Forest University and also the University of R.I. where he took pre-veterinarian courses.
Berthe A. Gagne
WARWICK- Berthe A. Gagne 96, formerly of Farm St. Blackstone, died Monday at Greenwood Nursing Home in Warwick. Wife of the late Raymond A. Gagne Sr.
Mrs. Gagne was born in Montmagny, P. Q., Canada a daughter of the late Alexandre and Caroline (Bernier) Chabot. She was a textile worker for many years in several area textile mills.
WOONSOCKET â€” Mount St. Charles Academy didnâ€™t have too many low moments in its run to the Division I state championship last season, but one of them came in the first round of last seasonâ€™s Holiday Face-Off.
In that game, the Mounties turned in one of their worst showings of the season and dearly paid for it in the form of a 5-2 loss to Bishop Guertin High of Nashua, N.H.
By RUSS OLIVO
WOONSOCKET â€” Jason Cropley usually gets off work in the morning, but when his graveyard shift ended Monday he had another job to do: free his car from its prison of snow.
Cropley, a security guard at Portola Tech, thought there might be trouble when he heard the rumble of snowplows passing the Fairmount Street mill with increasing frequency during the night. Sure enough, they buried his car, parked just a few feet from the edge of the road, behind a knee-high wall of grayish, lumpy snow.
NORTH SMITHFIELD- Regina Lauzon 92, formerly of Woodlawn Rd. North Smithfield died Saturday at St. Antoine Residence. She was the wife of the late J. Armand Lauzon.
Mrs. Lauzon was born in Notre Dame de Bois, P Q Canada a daughter of the late Acadius and Adelia (Theberge) Audet.
She was a cloth inspector for Lincoln Textile Co. for many years before retiring twenty seven years ago. She was a member of the Holy Family Christian Group, St. Agatha's Senior Citizen's and the Ladies Guild at Holy Family Church.