Novem­ber 10

Woonsocket Call - - SPORTS - — By BILL MUL­HOL­LAND

1956 Coach Vin McCrys­tal’s Saint Raphael Academy eleven ex­pects lit­tle trou­ble with De LaSalle, who have one threat in QB Terry Toppa, when they meet the Cru­saders at McCoy Sta­dium for a 10:30 Satur­day morn­ing tilt. The SRA of­fen­sive line starts Gene Quinn and Ron An­der­son at the ends, Doug O’Brien and ei­ther Gerry Gau­dreau, who has been ill, or Don Malo at the tack­les, Ed Bolton and Gerry Cor­ri­gan at the guards and Bob McCaughey at cen­ter. McCrys­tal’s back­field has QB Bill Greene, full­back Dick Brazeau and half­backs Bob Ku­laga and Bob Per­reault.

1966 End Mike Messier time and again halted ad­vances with clutch tack­les and mid­dle guard Ed Koza­tek tack­led the Pil­grim punter at the four-yard line with 40 sec­onds left in the first half that ul­ti­mately provided Tol­man with its lone score as the Tigers edged the War­wick eleven 7-6 in a bruis­ing de­fen­sive bat­tle. QB Steve Moreau went over from the three on sec­ond-down for the ty­ing touch­down and Jeff White’s per­fect place­ment then provided Tol­man with its mar­gin of vic­tory. Of­fen­sively, Bill His­ten and Carl Har­g­reaves com­bined for 106 yards in 27 car­ries for coach Gig Pariseau.

1976 Dave Guise and Rich DelGrande each re­cov­ered a fum­ble and along with Jeff Tier­ney’s in­ter­cep­tion all led to touch­downs as Lin­coln routed league ri­val John­ston 25-6. The Lions’ TD’s were tal­lied by Roger Sacilotto on a six-yard run, Brian Sul­li­van’s two-yard blast, a 32-yard aerial from QB Peter Be­langer to Tier­ney and Tier­ney’s 68-yard in­ter­cep­tion re­turn. Coach Paul Dalpe praised line­men DelGrande and Bob Crosetto and backs Chris Craik and Terry Borelli for keep­ing the Pan­thers bot­tled up all af­ter­noon.

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