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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 09-20-2018

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28 SPORTS & RECREATION SEPTEMBER 20-26, 2018 | VALLEY BREEZE | CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION season." The Lions kicked off their season on Sept. 4 with a 1-0 victory over Mount Saint Charles, and it was a newcomer to the program, freshman Thomas Corcoran, who supplied the heroics midway through the second half with the game's goal off a pass from junior Kyle Rodrigues. "He's been a pleasant surprise," D'Aloisio said of Corcoran. "He scored a goal in each of our first three games." Three days after defeating the Mounties, the Lions rolled past Mount Pleasant, 6-2, and last Tuesday, Sept. 11, goals by senior David Chatty, junior Matt Carvalho, and Corcoran in the final 30 minutes of the game erased a 1-0 deficit and lifted Lincoln to a 3-1 victory over the Prout School. Chatty, who is one of several seniors with four years of varsity experience, is sharing the captain's duties with senior Alex Lopez, a First-Team All-Division selection last season who may be the Lions' top player. Against the Northmen, D'Aloisio rolled out a starting lineup that also contained senior Nick Albanese, as well as plenty of juniors, such as Josh Jahnz, Matt Morra, Sam Ferranti, Luke Destefano, Chris Albanese, Chris Accardi, Carvalho, and Rodrigues. Seniors Jason Marolla and Noah Furtado also saw valuable minutes. "It's a good mix of seniors and juniors," said D'Aloisio. "Most of our back line were sophomores who played with the J.V. last year, so they've kind of made a jump (to the varsity)." The goalkeepers are seniors Tim Cullen and David Leonardi, and they have split the netminding duties. The Lions were back in action on Wednesday night, taking on West Warwick and kicking off a three- game road trip that includes a con- test on Saturday at 11 a.m. against Narragansett. Lincoln's next home game won't be until Tuesday, Oct. 2, when they host Mount Hope. "I think this is going to be a nice season," offered D'Aloisio. "We haven't lost sights of what our goals are. You want to go deep into the playoffs and win the whole thing. That's kind of why you go through all this. But tonight, we got beat by a very good team, so we'll have to figure out what's our next step to get back on track." LINCOLN From Page 24 TIM CULLEN You're holding 1 newspaper, but we fill 5 every week! They're all at do you know? IN BRIEF Cumberland Parks & Rec hosts Wednesday night basketball clinic CUMBERLAND – The Cumberland Parks & Recreation Department will host a boys' and girls' basketball clinic for Cumberland students in grades 6-8 on Wednesday nights at Cumberland High's Wellness Center. The clinic will take place from 6 to 7:30 p.m., and begin on Sept. 26 and conclude on Nov. 7. The fee to partici- pate is $40. To sign up or for more informa- tion, contact the Parks & Recreation Department on 4097 Diamond Hill Road at 401-334-9996. St. Joan of Arc plans annual golf tourney Oct. 2 at Kirkbrae CUMBERLAND – The St. Joan of Arc Church annual golf tournament will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 2, at Kirkbrae Country Club. Registration will start at 11 a.m. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m., and the golf tournament will begin at 1 p.m. with a shotgun start. At 6 p.m., a buffet dinner will be served. The cost to play in the tournament is $175 for golfer and includes golf, the use of a cart, lunch, dinner, and a gift package. To register or receive more information, contact Arthur Chianese at 401-658-0366. WE BUY CARS Apollo Auto Sales Like New To You Since 1972 Nos Falamos Portugues Se Habla Español 625 BROAD STREET, CUMBERLAND 401-728-8998 • OVER 200 VEHICLES SOLD EACH MONTH… COME SEE WHY! 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