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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 11-05-2018

The Valley Breeze Newspapers serving the Northern Rhode Island towns of Cumberland, Lincoln, Woonsocket, Smithfield, North Smithfield, Pawtucket, North Providence, Scituate, Foster, and Glocester

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30 SPORTS & RECREATION NOVEMBER 8-14, 2018 | VALLEY BREEZE | CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION 2 LEGIT 2 HIT, which features a handful of players from Cumberland, followed up an undefeated regular season in the Gator's Pub Fall Volleyball League's by win- ning the Thursday Nite Co-Ed 'B' 6's championship. The members of the team are, from left, Kaitlyn Dalpe, Justin Martin, Rebecca Cayer, Jim Salemi, Ed Piscione, and Debra Irons. Local players help Gator's Pub team capture fall volleyball championship Lincoln Lions' U10 football team downs Woonsocket, takes BVYFC Super Bowl FALL RIVER, Mass. – The undefeated Lincoln Lions' U10 football team captured the BVYFC (Blackstone Valley Youth Football Conference) Super Bowl champion- ship by posting a 13-6 victory over the Woonsocket Redskins on Sunday morning at Durfee High School's Mac Aldrich Field. Behind the play of running backs Jeremy Siedi and Carson Mellen and a strong defensive effort, Lincoln played its toughest game of the sea- son. The Lions advance to the New England Regionals and will take on the Central Mass. Association's state champion. "I was proud to see how our team showed strength and togetherness," said Lions head coach Eric Borelli. "No opponent came this close (to us) all season. My hat is off to the Redskins." Unfortunately, the news wasn't as good for the Lions' U11 team, which was making its third Super Bowl appearance in four years, but suffered a 26-13 loss to the CLCF Chiefs. The Lions received excellent play from Dashaun Raczkowski, John Nicoll, Sean Clifford, and the offensive and defensive lines. "We worked very hard all season," said Lions head coach Brad Nicoll. "We had a goal and we fell short; however, I am proud of every player and coach on the team. The score is not reflective of how hard we played and our kids left it all on the field." "It's good to see our program grow," said Borelli, who is also the president of the Lions' organization. "At one time, if you had one team make it, that was an accomplishment, but we have had one, two, and (sometimes) three teams playing on Super Bowl Sunday during the last four seasons." Champs set sights on New England Regionals; Lions' U11 club drops title game to CLCF Chiefs Lincoln Parks & Rec, Boys & Girls Club offer girls' basketball program LINCOLN – The Lincoln Parks and Recreation Department will team up with the Boys and Girls Club of Northern R.I. (formerly the Boys and Girls Club of Cumberland-Lincoln) to hold its girls' recreational basketball program this winter, and registrations are currently open. The 10-week program will begin on Saturday, Nov. 24, and the fee to play is $85, $35 with a Boys and Girls Club annual membership. There will be a division for girls in grades 4-6, with experienced 3rd-grad- ers also invited to play, and there will be a 3-on-3 division for grades 7-8. Email parksrec@lincolnri.org to sign up or for more information. We want your Holiday Drawings! Send or drop off entries to: HOLIDAY DRAWINGS c/o The Valley Breeze Newspapers, 6 Blackstone Valley Place, Suite #204, Lincoln, RI 02865. fill our pages with your drawings this holiday season. Please draw your best Christmas Holiday season picture and send it to us. We'll select drawings to be published in our newspapers between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Thousands of local people will get to see your beautiful work – with the little artist's name included, of course! Any young artist, age 4 through 12, may enter. Send us a clean drawing on a sheet of 8.5"X11" plain white paper. Make it colorful! It may be religious or non-religious. All drawings are welcome. Please include your age, name, and complete address with telephone number on the back of your drawing. PLEASE HURRY! You must send us your drawing (or drop it off to our office) by Friday, November 23, 2018 at 5 p.m. All drawings become the property of The Valley Breeze Newspapers and entry grants us permission to use in our newspapers. Children from the towns of Cumberland, Lincoln, North Smithfield, Woonsocket, Blackstone, Smithfield, Scituate, Foster, Glocester, North Providence and Pawtucket are eligible to enter. THANK YOU! Hey Kids...please help

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