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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 04-01-2021

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end Evan Gravel at the N.S./Mount 27. That spoiled one of Tiverton's best drives of the night, and it helped set up a 56-yard touchdown run by Allard that made it a 20-0 game with 2:47 left in the first half. But the night was far from a perfect one for the hosts. Not only did they rack up 85 yards of penalties, but they also had their share of dropped balls, including three that would have been easy interceptions. "That's the growing part, things that we have to do better if we want to be able to compete down the road," said Pennington. "But the penalties, the dropped balls, if we clean up that stuff, we'll be in good shape." "I thought we played really well," added Camastro. "There's a few things we need to work on, but each week, we'll get better." The locals scored the only points they needed on a 20-yard touchdown run by Allard with 4:23 to play in the first quarter, and that score came three plays after Rapoza recovered a Tiverton fumble at the Tigers' 44. In the opening series of the third quarter, Tiverton tried to claw its way back into the game with an eight-play drive that saw quarterback Michael Keating hit wide receiver Michael Roy with a 59-yard pass and a 15-yard penalty by the hosts give the Tigers a first-and-10 at the N.S./Mount 26. But the Tigers lost four yards on their first play and ended up turning the ball over on downs. N.S./Mount eventually put the game away on a 28-yard touch- down run by Allard with 4:13 left in the quarter, a 31-yard field goal by Camastro 65 seconds into the fourth quarter, and an 11-yard touchdown run by junior tailback Declan Curran with 2:21 to play in the game. N.S./Mount is back at home on Friday with a 6:30 p.m. game against another co-op team, the Juanita Sanchez/Providence Country Day squad, which opened its season last Saturday with a 6-0 non-league vic- tory over Davies that saw the winners receive a big game from their speedy quarterback, junior Noel Torres. After that game, N.S./Mount will play three teams who are also new- comers to D-III, but dropped down from D-II, Johnston, Coventry, and Classical, and only its game against Coventry will be at home. "We have four more games and two of them are at home," said Pennington. "If we can just play well here, then maybe we can surprise somebody. We'll see what happens." NORTH SMITHFIELD BLACKSTONE WOONSOCKET EDITION | VALLEY BREEZE | APRIL 1-7, 2021 SPORTS & RECREATION 11 BREEZE PHOTO BY ERIC BENEVIDES North Smithfield/MSC wide receiver PASQUALE CAMASTRO, #6, holds the ball over the goal line as he wins the footrace to the end zone with senior defensive back NIKOLI MANCHESTER for his first career varsity touchdown with 3:18 to play in the first quarter. Camastro, who is also regarded as one of the state's best kickers, added a 31-yard field goal 65 seconds into the fourth quarter. IN BRIEF MSC girls' volleyball team improves to 3-0 by topping S.K., E.P. WOONSOCKET – The Mount Saint Charles Academy girls' vol- leyball team improved its Division I record to 3-0 on Monday night on its home court by thwarting a come- back by South Kingstown High and coming away with a 3-2 victory. Senior setter Allison Melnychuk handed out 25 assists and added eight aces and seven kills to guide the Mounties, who topped the Rebels by scores of 25-19, 25-18, 22-25, 18-25, and 15-10. The Mounties also saw junior Mallory Mongeon deliver 15 kills at the net and seniors Joy Teixeira and Mikayla Wolf team up to collect 19 digs. Mount was coming off a 3-1 vic- tory at home over East Providence High last Thursday night that saw MSC win by scores of 25-9, 25-20, 18-25, and 25-21. Sophomore Amanda Pierce delivered eight kills, Melnychuk dished out 22 assists, and Teixeira added seven aces and seven digs to lead the winners. The Mounties, who was sched- uled to visit La Salle Academy on Wednesday night, will also hit the road to take on defending state champion North Kingstown High next Tuesday night. Gator's Pub Summer Volleyball League pursues new teams NORTH SMITHFIELD – The Gator's Pub Adult Summer Volleyball League is currently wel- coming new teams, as the league has openings in its Co-ed A-6's, Men's B-6's, and Co-ed B-6's divisions that will play nightly from Sunday through Thursday. Players and teams can visit www. gatorspubvolleyball.com to sign up. League play will begin at the end of April. For more information, contact Deb at djmcgee@cox.net or call 401- 769-2594. N.S.'s Bourque earns LEC weekly honors with RIC tennis team PROVIDENCE – North Smithfield native Alex Bourque, who is a junior on the Rhode Island College men's tennis team, was named one of the two recipients of the Little East Conference's Player of the Week award on Monday morning for his performance in the Anchormen's season-opening 9-0 victory on their home courts over Castleton University last Saturday afternoon. Bourque posted a 6-2, 6-0 victory in first singles and teamed up with former Lincoln High standout and sophomore Mike Crawley to net an 8-0 shutout in first doubles. Bourque, who graduated from North Smithfield High in 2017 and was a member of the boys' ten- nis and cross country teams, had earned Second Team All-Little East in doubles as a freshman with the Anchormen. FOOTBALL From Page 9 R.I. trout fishing season kicks off next Wednesday PROVIDENCE – The Department of Environmental Management recently announced that the state's trout-stocked lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams will open for fishing on Wednesday, April 7, at 6 a.m. The DEM's Division of Fish and Wildlife is stocking over 60,000 hatch- ery-raised rainbow, brook, golden rainbow and brown trout and 4,000 Sebago salmon in more than 100 waterways across the state. Foster Green Acres, Geneva Brook and Pond in North Providence, Memorial Park Pond in Johnston, Spring Grove Pond in Glocester, Wallum Lake in Burrillville, and the state's children-only fishing ponds will not be stocked because of potential crowding issues, problems with access for stocking, or water level issues. If conditions improve, these sites may be stocked later this spring. During the COVID-19 public health emergency, fishing should be enjoyed as a solitary experience or with mem- bers of your immediate household, not as a group activity. Visit www.dem.ri.gov/huntfish to purchase a fishing license, or the DEM's website for an up-to-date list of trout stocking locations or for more information. 2021 SUMMER CAMP for Children Ages 5-12 Open Camp Registration throughout the Summer! www.MOTHEROFHOPECAMP.com 1589 Putnam Pike, Chepachet, RI 02814 401-568-3580 Check out website for our COVID guidelines Properties Stearns/McGee Team IT'S TIME TO Sell YOUR HOUSE! Eric Brouillard 401.569.2725 Call Today!

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