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 Michael Cormier - “Rick is making amazing gains.”
 Ken Cormier - “In a way it's disappointing because we were really prepared for Rio Rico. We've worked hard these past few days trying to prepare for things Rio Rico had shown us the previous two games.”
 Ken Cormier - “Our kids played with a lot of heart, and they played that way all year. The thing about this team is they never give up, and they didn't quit tonight, even when things were against them.”
 Joel Cormier - “We came out well tonight, and I was satisfied with the guy's effort. The fatigue just started to show from playing so many games in such a short time span.”
 Rheal Cormier - “It's just one of those things that happened, but at the same time, we battled to come back.”
 Joel Cormier - “Both games this weekend were really similar. We got off to a slow start and fell behind and came roaring back both times.”
 Ken Cormier - “We gave him a chance and he came through for us. It was hard in some ways, and (the Dons) came down and played real loose. Today, there was a flatness after all this turmoil, but I am happy with the outcome.”
 Rheal Cormier - “He basically makes you feel it's not the end of the world, and we're all in this together.”
 Rheal Cormier - “I've been pitching in pain for close to a month and it was getting worse, ... It affected my velocity. I was trying to pitch through it. I took the medication and it didn't help. I got to the point where I wasn't helping myself or the team. If I can't go out and pitch normally, there's no point in me being out there.”
 Joel Cormier - “Our first line of Billy, Ian McMaster and Jason Schulz played well tonight. They have been solid leaders on this team night in and night out.”
 Ken Cormier - “Tonight with a couple breaks, it would have been a lot different for ourselves. The nature of this team is that they don't quit. They didn't quit tonight, even when things were against us.”
 Jesse Cormier - “Jason's a great role model for the guys. He goes about it the right way. He's very intense in the way he trains, he does all the dirty work and he's blessed with a great engine. A lot of the guys look up to him and respect him for it.”
 Joel Cormier - “No matter what happens the rest of the way, we are still going to have a winning record for the first time in years.”
 Jesse Cormier - “Give credit to Vanderbilt tonight, they came out hard and really competed. Our team needs to learn from this outing and come together with a higher standard of quality for the entire game this Sunday.”
 Paul Cormier - “Some of our largest customers are beginning to realize that a combination of open source development tools and distributed development processes, mirroring how the open source community operates, are yielding significant increases in software quality, even while decreasing time-to-market. Our experience with distributed software development ideally positions us to help customers win in this new environment.”
 Ken Cormier - “We were thrilled by the tremendous support, not just from the school but from the entire community. We've had good teams, but this was by far the most talented group we've ever had.”
 Jesse Cormier - “One common theme in the midfield is they're all incredibly hard-working players.”
 Michael Cormier - “We're fortunate to be living in an area where, when there are times things get into a bind, individuals step forward. People around here care deeply for their children and want to support them. We greatly appreciate it. It's a great program.”
 Ken Cormier - “I think we were capable of playing better. I think the extra two days off hurt us in some ways, but we're going to Tempe.”
 Rheal Cormier - “That was a huge day for Canada. Everybody in the clubhouse was jumping around. They kept playing that ball Utley hit.”
 Rheal Cormier - “It's the CanadaU.S. thing. In international play, the U.S. is always favored in a sport. It seems that every time Canada plays the U.S., it's always a huge rivalry. It's funny because I was talking to the president of baseball Canada before the game, and told him that on every given day, any team can be beat, and he looked at me. He said he was crying at the end of the game. Stuff happens.”
 Rheal Cormier - “We shocked the world. A bunch of hockey players beat the United States. Baseball Canada is in ecstasy.”
 Robert Cormier - “You seldom get a censorship attempt from a 14-year-old boy. It's the adults who get upset.”
 Robert Cormier - “There are no taboos. Every topic is open, however shocking. It is the way that the topics are handled that's important, and that applies whether it is a 15-year-old who is reading your book or someone who is 55.”
 Robert Cormier - “The beautiful part of writing is that you don't have to get it right the first time, unlike, say, a brain surgeon. You can always do it better, find the exact word, the apt phrase, the leaping simile.”

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