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The North Providence Breeze 05-16-2018

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NORTH PROVIDENCE EDITION | VALLEY BREEZE | MAY 16-22, 2018 SPORTS & RECREATION 13 Toll Gate snaps NP boys' lacrosse team's five-game winning streak WARWICK – The North Providence High boys' lacrosse team saw its five-game win streak come to an end on Monday afternoon, as Toll Gate came away with a come- from-behind 6-5 victory that saw the Titans win the contest with 43 sec- onds remaining in overtime. It was the third one-goal loss of the season for the Cougars, who are 8-3 and enjoying their best season in team history. The Titans, who have won just three games this season, scored twice in the final five minutes of play to force overtime. Sophomore Christian Campbell scored four goals to lead the Cougars, giving him 41 on the sea- son. Nick Glode added the other goal, and goalie Kyle Rathbun stopped eight saves. The Cougars were coming off their 8-6 victory on the road over Johnston last Thursday night, a win that saw Cam Cesana and Glode each net a pair of goals, Wesley Perez add a goal and three assists, and Campbell also score a goal and contribute multiple assists. Nevin Gordon and Tyreek Jones tacked on the other goals, and Rathbun finished with 10 saves. The playoff-bound Cougars, who are in second place in Division III- Central play, will host the first-place Providence Country Day/St. Raphael Academy co-op squad on Thursday at 4 p.m. The following Monday at 7 p.m., they will wrap up their regular season by visiting Tiverton. Sen. Ciccone takes over sole possession of top spot in NPWLL Major Division NORTH PROVIDENCE – The Senator Ciccone team took over sole ownership of first place in the North Providence West Little League's Major Division last week by winning its seventh straight game, a come- from-behind 4-3 victory over FOP-13 NPPD at Romano Field. Down 3-1 heading into the bottom of the sixth inning, Senator Ciccone scored three runs for the walkoff win. With runners on first and second and two outs, Mazeo DiScullio doubled home a run to cut the deficit in half, and Nathan Bautista then lined a dou- ble down the left-field line that plated the tying and winning runs. DiScullio also picked up the win in relief for the winners, who are now 7-1. FOP-13, which came back to defeat Mayor Lombardi, 8-6, is a half- game behind Senator Ciccone at 7-2. Christiansen's Fine Milk also topped Barone Orthodontics, 3-1, by scoring twice in the top of the sixth inning to snap a 1-1 tie. Nate Wiggins drove in the winning run with a two-out triple and then scored on a throwing error during the play. Jalen Antoine picked up the win by pitching 5 2/3 innings of three-hit ball, striking out nine, and Corey Coughlin pitched 5 1/3 innings for Barone, striking out 10. Mayor Lombardi also posted a 4-2 win over Christiansen's that saw Jacob Weidinger and Brady Cabral each knock in two runs. Weidinger also picked up the win by pitching 4 1/3 innings and fanning eight batters. NP boys' tennis team clinches first winning season in D-III since 2014 Cougars' golf team hikes win total to four, turns away Scituate, Shea CRANSTON – The North Providence High boys' tennis team sewed up its first winning season in four years by posting a 6-1 vic- tory over Woonsocket last Thursday at Olney Park and a 5-2 win over Cranston East on Monday at the Park View Middle School courts. The Cougars are 7-4 with one reg- ular-season match left on Thursday at 3:30 p.m. at Olney Park against Burrillville. The win over Woonsocket saw the Cougars sweep the doubles matches behind the number one team of Stephen Grivers-Gian Salvatore (6-2, 7-6 (3), number two squad of Brandon Gunarathne-Chris Grivers (6-1, 6-2), and number three tandem of David Perez-Quadir Moore, who won by forfeit. Richardo Africo was also a 6-4, 6-3 winner in second singles, Joe Corsini posted a 6-2, 6-3 victory in third singles, and Alex DaSilva rolled to a 6-1, 6-3 triumph in fourth singles. PROVIDENCE – The North Providence High golf team split its West Division tri-meet with Johnston and Scituate on Monday afternoon at Triggs Golf Course, as the Cougars defeated Scituate, 228-266, but suf- fered a 180-228 loss to Johnston. Junior Nick Petracca shot a 39 to lead the Cougars, who are 4-7, and Jaime D'Amico, Nick Giorgi, and Nick Barrow each added a 63. 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