Cumberland prepares to play in a new competitive D-II | Sports


CUMBERLAND — When the state’s 43 high school football programs were ranked ahead of the RIIL’s offseason realignment, based on their winning percentages, enrollments and playoff success, Cumberland High stood out. is found at fifth overall, which, according to head coach Josh Lima, “is probably the highest we’ve ever been” in the Clippers’ decades-long history.

But surprisingly, being the fifth-ranked team in that state this year won’t be enough for the Clippers to return to the state’s Premier Division for the ninth straight season.


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