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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 06-07-2018

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CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION | VALLEY BREEZE | JUNE 7-13, 2018 SPORTS & RECREATION 31 Bittersweet afternoon for Lincoln Boys' track and field team takes fifth place at RIIL championship meet, but Doyle winds up with two second-place finishes again PROVIDENCE – The good news for the Lincoln High boys' outdoor track and field team last Saturday afternoon was that for the first time since 1980, the Lions placed in the top five in the team standings at the RIIL Championships. And while the Lions were pleased with their fifth-place finish, which saw all 36 of their points come in the throwing events, they had a lackluster showing in the hammer – an event they ruled throughout the season – and saw no one take home a state championship. The Lions' best showing came from Ohio State University- bound senior Garrett Doyle, who took second place in the discus with a throw of 156 feet, 11 inches and the shot put in 52-6, as well as fourth in the hammer at 197-8. If that performance rings a bell, it should. Doyle settled for run- ner-up honors in the shot put and weight throw at last February's state indoor championship meet. "(Winning a state champion- ship) was one of Garrett's focus- es," said Lincoln throws coach Brian Grant. "We were hoping he'd get at least one (champion- ship), but two second places and a fourth is still overall a pretty good day." Lincoln also received multiple third places from sophomore Kyle Moison, who finished behind Doyle in the shot put (51- 3) and discus (155-6) – Moison's throw in the discus set a personal- best mark by 10 feet – and the Lions' only other scoring came from a fourth place in the shot put from Assumption College- bound senior Evan Grivers (48-8). "They did well," said Grant. "They went 2-3-4 in the shot, 2-3 in the discus – those are all really good. Today was kind of a little BREEZE PHOTOS BY ERIC BENEVIDES Lincoln senior GARRETT DOYLE, left, and sophomore KYLE MOISON, shown throwing the shot put, scored 32 of their team's 36 points in last Saturday's RIIL Championships. By ERIC BENEVIDES Valley Breeze Sports Editor sports@valleybreeze.com See LINCOLN, Page 34 TALK WITH US... WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY! FREE ESTIMATES FULLY INSURED 401-723-4548 PAWTUCKET, RI www.statesidesiding.com R.I. Lic. #1576 MA. Lic. #40850 Strong Since 1972 SALE 20% OFF ALL WINDOWS STATESIDE STATESIDE Vinyl Siding Vinyl Siding 2044 Smith St., North Providence, RI (401) 231-2370 fax (401) 232-9220 www.ourplacetux.com Congratulations! You're Engaged! Come see the largest selection of tuxedos and accessories in RI for all your formal wear needs! Ask about our Wedding Specials WATER DAMAGE Second only to wind and hail damage, water damage claims are the second most frequent insurance claim. While rates of incidence of other causes of damage have remained fairly consistent, or have even decreased, the percentage of claims with water damage has continued to rise. With all this in mind, it is important that policyholders understand that homeowners insurance does not cover water damage related to unresolved maintenance issues, water backup from an outside sewer or drain, or floods. Nor will a homeowners policy replace or repair the source of the water damage, such as a broken dishwasher or washing machine. Generally speaking, a homeowners policy will cover water damage that occurs suddenly and accidentally, not gradually. Most homeowners insurance policies help cover water damage if the cause is sudden and accidental. An example would be if your drywall is ruined after your water heater ruptures. Gradual water damage is usually not covered. If the reason for the damage is not sudden and accidental, then you may be denied in a claim. To learn more about coverage, please call HUNTER INSURANCE, INC. at 769-9500. Our office is located at 389 Old River Rd., Lincoln. Note: When purchasing a homeowners policy, carefully review the wording that spells out exactly what the insurance company will, and will not, cover. Looking to rent or for a Rental? Call Lisa 465-0547 Call us for a "FREE market analysis" Member Proudly serving Northern Rhode Island 300 Front St., Lincoln 724-8660 WWW.LAMONTAGNEREALESTATE.COM Lisa LaMontagne Beausoleil, Carol LaMontagne & Keri LaMontagne-Croteau 10 PRESIDENTIAL WAY, LINCOLN Stunning & stylish 4 bed..3.5 Bath colonial with a modern contemporary flair.. Located on a cul-de- sac in prestigious "presidential estates"..Featuring every amenity from fully applianced upscale gourmet stainless steel kitchen to high vaulted ceilings..Open floor plan with.. Hardwood floors throughout...From the elegant powder room to a beautiful 4 season room.. This home has it all...Over 1 1/2 acres of private wooded land...3 Car garage..Central air.. Town water and sewer..Gas heat--hydro-air 3 zone system...Located in the Limerock area.. Central elementary school district..Minutes to all major highways..Providence..Shopping malls and more! Taxes reflec Lincoln's homestead exemption. $729,900

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