Woonsocket Call


- — By Bill Mulholland

1956ackie Jordan’s third straight one-hitter, plus some timely hitting by Eddie Ferns, supplied Saint Raphael Academy with its sixth Eastern Division victory, a 6-1 conquest of De La Salle at Cardines Field. Jordan fanned 17 Crusaders, passed eight and his consecutiv­e scoreless inning streak was snapped at 29 when Joe Walker’s fourth frame single over third base spoiled Jordan’s bid for a no-hitter and scored John Franco. Ferns collected two run-scoring singles and Pete Vitullo, who stroked the ball with authority, tallied two runs and a double.

1966Roger Robidoux’s two-out single through the hole in right field scored Paul LaChapelle with the winning run in the top of the eighth inning as Woonsocket nipped Cumberland 2-1 at Barry Field. Right-hander Rene Demers handcuffed the Clippers yielding four hits, striking out seven and walking two in going the extra inning distance. The Villa Novans tallied their first run on Roger Pincince’s double and LaChapelle’s single the fourth inning.


Mike Halpin smashed two home runs to power Happy Hour past Kelly’s 8-2 in a Pawtucket Community Softball League tilt. In other games, Bill Blake collected three hits and Ray Dube belted a homer as My Brother’s Pub defeated Matador 11-4. Don Cimini ripped two circuit blasts and Denis Leonti one to pace Shangri La to a 9-4 triumph over Vet’s.

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