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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 01-10-2019

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14 SPORTS & RECREATION JANUARY 10-16, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE | NORTH SMITHFIELD BLACKSTONE WOONSOCKET Northmen Hoops rec league begins 2019 with a bang NORTH SMITHFIELD – The Northmen Hoops Winter Recreation Basketball League kicked off their 2019 part of their schedule last Saturday with some entertaining games at the town's high, middle and elementary school gymnasiums. Here are last weekend's results, along with the top players in each game. The instructional and grades 1-3 divisions do not keep scores. Instructional League Top Players: Camden Hood, Brett Kennedy, Carson Kundra, Matthew Methot. Boys' Grades 1-3 Riva Homes, Inc. vs. Northmen Hoops Green (Top Players: Dexter Kundra and Patrick Valente). Northmen Hoops Grey vs. Rep. Brian Newberry (Top Players: Carter Hawes and Calum Nordan). Navigant Credit Union vs. Flash Photo (Top Players: Mark Pierpaoli and Jake Fricke). Girls' Grades 1-3 Northmen Hoops Pink vs. Dunkin Donuts N.S. (Top Players: Lily Deschene and Anna Kelly). Saint Antoine Community vs. Northmen Hoops Blue (Top Players: Annabelle Fleury and Kaylie Morin.) Boys' Grades 4-5 Harrison Farms 31, National Marker 30 (Top Players: Daniel Roden and Jayvon Ladouceur). Accurate Auto 19, Kodus Jewelry 18 (Top Players: Koda Small and Brady Deschene). Girls' Grades 4-5 Village Haven 18, Northmen Hoops Orange 4 (Top Players: Abbigail Halliwell and Keira Harnois). Holliston Sand 13, Northmen Hoops Purple 12 (Top Players: Susana Casper and Paige Bosco). Boys' Grades 6-8 E.A. Marcoux and Sons 33, Northmen Hoops Orange 31 (Top Players: Jamison Jacques and Carter Deslauriers). Northmen Hoops Black 42, Harrison Farms 25 (Top Players: Leo Labonte and Sam Drolet). North Smithfield Fence Inc. 41, Material Sand and Gravel 29 (Top Players: Matthew Phelps and Kyle Rhodes). Girls' Grades 6 and Up Village Paint 33, Northmen Hoops Purple 30 (Top Players: Bryson Murray and Samantha Ledger). ClassSick Custom 33, St. Antoine Community 27 (Top Players: Jahzayla Ladouceur and Trinity Spas). Boys' High School Division R.I. DOT Bridge Design 49, North- men Hoops Gray 36 (Top Players: Brayden Balme and Mattias Balme). Threat Stack 57, Valley Breeze 51 (Top Players: Peter Marchand and Ethan Lussier). 200-yard freestyle. Last Thursday's 74-14 loss to the Cougars saw Robinson claim the backstroke (1:10.62) and take second in the 50-yard freestyle and Breitenbach place first in the 100-yard freestyle (59.38 seconds) and second in the 200-yard freestyle. "As far as individual glory, they're trying to make states and do what they can in divisions," remarked Evans. "I think both of them have a shot at making states, which would be good for them, so we'll see what happens." The Mounties were back in action at the YMCA on Monday afternoon with a meet against Smithfield, but they dropped both meets. The girls were dealt a 53-41 defeat to the two-time defending D-III champion Sentinels, while the boys suffered a 30-16 loss to a five-man Smithfield team in a meet that had just seven events. Robinson and Breitenbach were double winners in the boys' meet, with Robinson capturing the 50-yard freestyle (27.06) and 100-yard back- stroke (1:11.47) and Breitenbach winning the 100-yard (59.76) and 200-yard (2:19.81) freestyles, and the 200-yard freestyle relay team of junior Christina Berry, O'Brien, Trenouth, and Bogner provided the girls' team with its lone victory in a time of 2:21.40. The girls' team will be back in action on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at Warwick's McDermott Pool against Toll Gate, and next Wednesday at 4 p.m., the Mounties will return to the Woonsocket YMCA to host Pilgrim. As for Robinson and Breitenbach, they won't get to compete in a meet until the Mounties' showdown against Burrillville on Jan. 29 at CCRI- Lincoln's pool because neither Toll Gate nor Pilgrim have boys' teams. MOUNT SWIM From Page 13 R.I. Hockey Hall of Fame's Class of 2019 to be unveiled at P-Bruins game PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Hockey Hall of Fame has announced that its Class of 2019 will be formally unveiled between periods of the AHL hockey game between the Providence Bruins and Bridgeport Sound Tigers on Friday, Feb. 22, at the Dunkin' Donuts Center. The P-Bruins have generously offered a special $18 ticket package for this year's game and unveiling. The package includes premium lower level seating and a P-Bruins sports bottle, with $2 of every package purchased to be donated to the R.I. Hockey Hall of Fame. Ticket packages for the game are available online at www.providence- or by calling 401-680-4717. Last year's 16-member inaugural class included legendary Mount Saint Charles Academy boys' coach Bill Belisle and former MSC and NHL defenseman Bryan Berard. The R.I. Hockey Hall of Fame's 2019 Enshrinement Celebration & Dinner will be held on Friday, Sept. 6, at the Twin River Event Center. Tickets will go on sale immediately after the unveiling, and www.rihhof. com will have all the information. do you know? You're holding 1 newspaper, but we fi ll 5 every week! They're all at Attention RI Snowbirds: Saugy is now available in SW Florida Redeem at WYNN'S in Naples, FL One coupon per customer. No facsimiles. Expires 3/30/2019. CLIP & SAVE FOR A $2.00 DISCOUNT! $ 2 Off! * Clip & Save for Phone: 401-640-1879 @saugyfranks Winter Ball Christmas Ball • Solstice Ball • Company Party Tis the Season to be Jolly & Smart... Why buy when you can rent? 2044 Smith St., North Providence, RI (401) 231-2370 Tuxedo or Suit $ 45 Your Choice 3 Room Special Berber or Plush Carpet Based on 360 sq. ft. 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