September 21, 2014
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FAMILIAR FOE: West’s Raekwon Kisilywicz tries to break a tackle in last year’s non-league season opener against Cumberland. West plays the Clippers this week, but this year’s match-up is the league opener for both teams.
Cranston Herald photo by Kevin Pomeroy
GET LOW: David Todd gets set at cornerback before the snap.
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