Novem­ber 9

Pawtucket Times - - SPORTS - — By BILL MUL­HOL­LAND

1956 Pic­tured is the Saint Raphael Acad­emy cross-coun­try

squad known as “the team with­out a coach” that fin­ished sec­ond in the state meet and now pre­pares for the New Eng­land cham­pi­onships to be held at Colby Col­lege. The SRA har­ri­ers are cap­tain Vin McAloon, Tom Cahir, Ted Fo­ley, Jack Quinn, Norm Dubuc, Alex Jef­frey, Robert Bren­nan, Dave Dubuc, Larry Walin­ski, Bill Le­feb­vre and Ed Zurom­ski. Fo­ley and Cahir, who was a sec­ond team All-State choice last year and re­cently set a new record for the Slater Park course, have been the pace­set­ters for the Saints this sea­son.

1966 The Pawtucket Re­cre­ation soc­cer team scored a 5-0 shut

out over the Prov­i­dence Golden Ar­rows in a pre­lim­i­nary game to the Brown-Cor­nell Ivy League con­test at Aldrich-Dex­ter Field to re­main un­beaten (13-0) in the Brown Pee Wee Soc­cer League. Jeff Cal­ista tal­lied the first goal and Manny Vin­cent notched the sec­ond, both in the first half. Gor­don Hastie pro­duced a hat trick with three con­sec­u­tive goals in the sec­ond half for the lo­cals.

1976 Limp­ing to and from the hud­dle but run­ning like an All

Stater in be­tween, Mike Fee­ley gal­loped 23 times for 253 yards and two touch­downs to spark Tol­man to an 18-0 shutout over cross-town ri­val Pawtucket West. “Sure it hurts (re­fer­ring to Fee­ley’s in­jured leg),’ said Tiger coach Gig Pariseau. “But you for­get about it in a game. You put your mind to it and for­get that you’re hurt. You re­mem­ber the pain af­ter­ward, not when you’re play­ing.” Fee­ley tal­lied on a 76-yard scam­per and a 37-yard jaunt and QB Jim Pol­lock dove over from two yards out for the other Tol­man score, while Ranger QB Bob Ste­wart con­nected on eight of 19 passes for 162 yards.

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