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The Valley Breeze & Observer 10-31-2019

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SMITHFIELD SCITUATE FOSTER GLOCESTER | BREEZE & OBSERVER | OCT. 31-NOV. 6, 2019 SPORTS & RECREATION 19 The BAYSIDE FC R.I. STRIKERS U15 GIRLS' SOCCER TEAM went undefeated at the CFC Columbus Day Classic that recently took place in Farmington, Conn. Goalie Madison Narducci, below, made several saves and posted three shutouts to finalize the team's weekend success, as the Strikers netted 2-1, 1-0, 2-0, and 9-0 victories. The members of the team are, in front from left, assistant coach Katie Perez, Jordyn Brogan, Krista Kasbarian, Talia Cost, Stasia Todd, Alyssa Coogan, Cailee Madancy, Antonia Morocco, Alexandra Hope, and head coach Andres Perez; in back, Frannie Johnson, Bella DiStefano, Mya Miller, Madison Narducci, Alexa Hogan, Skye Adam, Amelia McCreight, Ava Graham, Avery Areson, and Lily Niquette. Assistant coach Mike Cost is also a member of the team. Bayside FC R.I. Strikers U15 girls' soccer team rules Connecticut's CFC Columbus Day Classic RIC's Spring, Orticerio cop Little East's tennis honors PROVIDENCE – Former Smithfield High head tennis coach Adam Spring and singles player Emily Orticerio were among the members of the Rhode Island College women's tennis team who were recently honored by the Little East Conference after the Anchorwomen captured their third straight LEC championship and fifth consecutive regular-season title. Spring was named the LEC's Women's Tennis Coach of the Year for the third straight season and fifth time in his seven-year tenure guiding the Anchorwomen. Under Spring's watch, the Anchorwomen posted a 15-1 overall record and 9-0 mark in the Little East. The Anchorwomen have won their last 32 matches against their LEC oppo- sition. Orticerio, a junior who gradu- ated from Smithfield High in 2017, received Second Team All-Little East honors in doubles, as she post- ed a 15-0 mark that included seven victories on the second doubles team and eight on the third doubles squad. Another player from northern Rhode Island who earned Second- Team All-LEC honors in singles was North Smithfield junior Hailey Raskob, who posted a 14-1 record that included a 5-0 mark at third singles, 7-1 at fourth, and 2-0 at fifth. In doubles, Raskob recorded an 11-1 mark, as she played eight of her 12 matches on the number three team. The Anchormen will resume action next spring in prepara- tion for the NCAA Division III Championships in May. team that took first place, was the second LSA runner to cross the finish line, as she placed seventh in a time of 20:11.64. The Class C boys' meet saw Smithfield junior Ethan Maione place fifth in a time of 16:54.59 and three teammates, juniors Chris Olean (17:40.66) and Zach Isble (17:43.59) and freshman Reilly Bennett (17:44.27), sweep the 19th through 21st places. Also finishing in the top 40 were seniors Tim Ferron (28th, 18:02.58) and Michael Herchen (32nd, 18:14.06) and freshman Elijah Saddlemire (34th, 18:19.66). Ponaganset, which placed sixth in the boys' race, was led by seniors Seth Drexler, who took seventh place in a time of 17:00.66, and Shane Marx, who placed 25th in 17:57.62. Scituate was guided by senior Colin Maher, who captured 12th place in 17:29.57, and Conal Wilkie, who fin- ished 40th in 18:49.34. Most of these runners will be back in action on Saturday at the RIIL Championships at Ponaganset, with the girls' meet beginning at 2:15 p.m. and the boys' race starting 45 min- utes later. Maio will return to the state meet after landing Second-Team All-State honors in the past two seasons. From preceding page do you know? You're holding 1 newspaper, but we fill 5 every week! They're all at Saint Anthony Holiday Bazaar &Flea Market 1413 Mineral Spring Ave. Saturday, November 2nd from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, November 3rd from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Entertainment and Games for the Children Gift baskets, Penny Social, Jewelry & Handcrafted Items A Holiday Flea Market for All! The kitchen opens at 11 a.m. serving wonderful Italian items Grand raffle $4,000 in cash prizes All proceeds benefit our Youth Ministry & Religious Education Programs NORTH PROVIDENCE 6 Blackstone Valley Place, Bldg. 3, Ste. 307, Lincoln, RI At Home For You Hearing and Balance Center we strive for excellence in customer care. Call today to schedule your appointment & ask about our Interest Free Financing! 401-475-6116 Our services include: • Diagnostic Hearing tests ages 6 months & up • Hearing Aid Evaluations • Hearing Aid Sales & Repairs Rachel A. Baboian, Au. D. Doctor of Audiology Licensed Audiologist Remember the Sound? Remember the Sound?

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