Call & Times

February 5

- — By BILL MULHOLLAND

1955 George Cartwright, Alex Roberts and Bob Jakeman

combined for 53 points to lead Pawtucket West to a 65-52 win over Mount St. Charles and move to within a half game of second place in the Suburban Division. Cartwright captured game-high honors with 24 points, Roberts, again doing a fine job in the rebounding department, canned 16 points and Jakeman added 14 for the Rangers. Bob Cote was the big gun for the Mounties with 21 points.

1965 Coach Dick Bessette’s Sacred Heart Academy’s un

beaten (8-0) Class B leaders warmed up for Friday’s big battle with backyard rival Central Falls by crushing Classical 80-54. Al (Spike) Froment continued his hot scoring pace of recent weeks by leading the Beaver attack with 19 points, followed by Paul McNeil with 14, Bob Boisclair 12 and Pete Emond 10. SHA, the tallest of the Class B quintets, once again bossed the boards with 6-foot-2 McNeil grabbing 13 rebounds and 6-0 Boisclair and 6-3 Emond hauling down 10 caroms each.

1975 Cumberland jumped out to a 17-6 first-quarter lead

then withstood a big rally by Woonsocket to edge the Villa Novans 38-37 in a girls’ Interschol­astic League tilt. Kathy Carney led the Clippers in scoring with 12 points. Debbie Johnson, who started at center in place of Cumberland’s top scorer, Laurie D’Ambra who was ill, netted nine points as did Maureen Kelleher and Kathy Partington added eight. The Clippers improved to 10-1 in Northern Division play.

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