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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 9-19-13

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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16 sports & Recreation SEPTEMBER 19-25, 2013 | Xpress football teams collect wins NORTH SMITHFIELD – The North Smithfield Xpress 5th grade, 6th grade and Junior Mite teams all posted wins on Sunday. The 6th-grade team exploded out of the gates and never looked back as it rolled over the Fall River Falcons, 36-12 in a total team effort. Quarterback Jack Puccetti and Joshua Carufel connected on three long passes for touchdowns, set up by the hard running of Cade Curran and Cole Dubois. The offensive line of Matt McSally, Nicholas Jutras, Frank Deluca, Lance Lespinasse and Zachary Brabham provided great protection and huge running lanes. Anchoring the defense were Tyler Beauchemin, Jarrod Clowery-Powers, Ethan Garneau, Eric Governo, Samuel Houle and Quinn Parent. Curran again found the end zone to cap the first half scoring barrage with a dynamic interception that he brought back to the house. The team is 2-2 in league play. The Junior Mites went allout aerial in a shock and awe display of offense, defense and special teams against the Fall S River Falcons, resulting in a 13-6 win. Quarterback Dean Varrecchione threw for over 125 yards with a 30-yard touchdown pass to Jason Overfield, who had over 120 yards in total combined offense. The Xpress offense was started on third play of the game where Varrecchione connected with Justice Young on a 40-yard pass which brought the Xpress to the two yard line. Brock Chapman went in from there. The defense was stellar again. Leading the way were Caden Watters, Cole Vowels, Xavier Iciafano, Dominic Iciafano, Rocco Tianno, Zack Kerrigan, Zach Garnett, Jacob "Chopper" Woodlock, Aaron Marcotte, Elias Maracayo and Conner Bernard, The win moved the Junior Mites to 3-1 for the season. "We keep improving and working hard", said head coach Frank Varrecchione. "Our team is having fun and learning football, and I could not be prouder of what they have accomplished to this point in the season." The Xpress 5th-grade team garnered its first win of the season, 13-6 over the New Bedford Whalers. valley breeze | north smithfield blackstone woonsocket edition NSYSA players find the scoring range NORTH SMITHFIELD – As the North Smithfield Youth Soccer Association fall season has progressed, so has the shooting skills of the young players, who amassed a load of goals during action Saturday at the North Smithfield Elementary School fields. In U-8 Division play, Stanley Tree Service upended Benchmark Building Company, 11-4 behind two goals each from Christopher Dorie, Emmett Dubois and Benjamin Campbell and single scores from Tyson Rascon, Anthony Paiva, Davis Carter, Samuel Deolet and Taylor Smith. Benchmark goals were by Benjamin Cofsky, Caston Diogo, Sarah Neveux and Caleb Hoyle. REI topped United Rental, 15-5. Scoring for REI were Nicholas Lamoureux, five; Luke Latizia, three; Wyatt Latizia, two; Madeline McCauley, two; Roman Guilbert, two, and Trevor Rose. United goals were by Norah Strong, two, Steven Castaneda, Mackenzie Marcoux and Mark Belcher. Flash Powder Photo defeated In Site Engineering, 9-5 behind three goals each by Ryan Blanchette and Ava O'Neill Affordable Solutions for Your Tree Problems STANLEY TREE Since 1986 Tree Removal Pruning Cabling Brush Mowing Stump Grinding Crane Service TREE REMOVAL EXPERTS Plant Health Care Spraying/Fertilization • Professional High Quality Service At Reasonable Rates • Licensed Arborists • Serving RI & Nearby Mass. • Our Team Of Professionals Is Fully Equipped To Handle Your Job In A Safe Efficient Manner 401-765-4677 Fully Insured • Free Estimates MEMBER NATIONAL ARBORIST ASSOCIATION N. Smithfield, Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8-4 2013 SOFTBALL CLINICS and single scores from Aydynn Madden, Logan Brennan and Jacoby Robertson. Nicholas Carufel, two, Brett Becker, two, and Claire Grant scored for In Site. In U-10 Division action, Benchmark Building and National Marker played to a 4-4 tie. Scoring for Benchmark were Adam Dubois and Cooper Carlson, and Rachel Reall was MVP. Goal scorers for National were Matthew Stamatelatos, two, Jessica Karspeck and Mason DiNezza and Madison Reilly was MVP. Walsh, Brule and Nault edged The Valley Breeze, 4-2, behind two goals from Megan Masi and one each from Declan Curran and Zachary Vincent. Aidan Ahern and Brennan Drolet scored for The Breeze and MVPs were Riley Gudas and Dylan Pate. Anchor Nissan edged REI Roofing, 6-5 as Aidan Cook and Casey Ammerman fired home three goals apiece. Jeremy Roe, two, Samnuel Beauchemin, two, and Daniel White scored for REI. Gansett Champagne was MVP. Comtorgage topped Dick's Sporting Goods, 6-3. Estevan Reyes had a huge game with four goals. 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Next to Wide World of Indoor Sports SESSION 1: Overall Fastpitch Skills Wednesdays Oct. 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd Ages 9-12 5:00-6:30pm • Ages 13-16 • 6:30-8:00pm Held at WideWorld of Indoor Sports (Field 3) 621 Pound Hill Road, North Smithfield, RI NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS 13 Years of Age and Older SESSION 2: Hitting with Confidence Wednesdays Nov. 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th Ages 9-12 5:00-6:30pm • Ages 13-16 • 6:30-8:00pm Held at Serious Softball 3 Industrial Drive, Smithfield, RI Cost $75 per session or $135 for both Sessions To register visit: Or Email: Jen n a B ou tilier,RN P SU PERVISING PH YSICIAN Sc ottW illson ,M D Jessic a K ova l,RN P Leig h La rkin -Dob b s,RN P CONVENIENT SAME DAY SICK APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE EARLY MORNING & EVENING HOURS 106 Nate Whipple Highway, Cumberland RI 02864 401- 586 2020 scores were Jake Reyes and Gabe Corriveau. Domenick Neri, two, and Logan Whitton scored for Dick's and Siranee Caron was MVP. During games in the U-12 Division, Stanley Tree Service edged Jardine Investments, 4-3, as Bryan DeCelles and Cade Curran had a pair of goals each. Jardine goals were by Zachary Devin, Declan Eddy and William Grant. Sports Systems beat Beauchemin Lumber, 6-1. Nathan Bursell, three; Evan Gravel, two, and Michael Belcher scored for the winners. Aidan Beauchemin had his team's score. Brayden Driscoll was MVP. Village Haven Restaurant got by In Site Engineering, 4-2 behind a pair of scores by Ian Hartley and one each by Kyle Alves and Andrew Cabral. In Site goals were from Gerald Corrao and Haylee Carlson and MVPs were Julia Dias and Kamran Bhatia. In the 14-16 Division, Village Haven topped MFL USA, 5-2 behind two goals from Josh Kruzan and one each from Nicole Turcotte, Adam Carey and Brace Bischoff. Brian Dansereau and Jacob Labonte scored for MFL USA. Stanley Tree Service popped Moses, Afonso, Ryan Ltd., 8-2. Drew O'Donnell, three; Jake Coutinho, two, Justin DeCelles, Michael Fernandes and Cassandra Laferriere scored for the winners. Erica Miller and John DerBedrosian had the scores for their team. North Stars Pee Wee Majors open with a bang WOONSOCKET – The Woonsocket North Stars Select 2001 EMHL Pee Wee Major Team opened its 2013-2014 season with two big wins during the weekend. On Saturday, the North Stars shut out Global Hockey I from Massachusetts 12-0. The North Stars scored three goals in the first period, five in the second period and four in the third period. Jackson Shevlin got the North Stars on the board two minutes into the game, assisted by Sam Chase. The North Stars received goals from eight additional scorers, including Douglas Newton, Aidan Flynn, Stephen Ciolino, Jack Walsh, Nick Curran and Chase, with Sam Juntunen adding a pair of goals and Andrew Goyette getting a hat trick. On Sunday, the North Stars defeated Top Gun Hockey 17-1. Shevlin again started the North Stars scoring with an unassisted goal just 40 seconds into the game. The North Stars again saw diversified scoring efforts, with 11 different players netting goals. Acciardo and Goyette each had hat tricks, with Walsh providing assists to each of Goyette's goals.

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