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All schools that were a Unified Champion Schools including Groton Dunstable Regional HS for the 2018-2019 school year, received two posters from Special Olympics. Schools were asked to submit photos with their posters.      The top three entrees were selected and posted on social media and our...
By Robert Mingolelli   Recently, I had the opportunity to have a virtual interview with Groton-Dunstable varsity baseball coach Matt LeBlanc. Commenting on the season being suspended so far, Coach LeBlanc said the following:      “It’s tough! It has me a bit worried because I don’t have...
     The MIAA Board of Directors (BOD) held a virtual meeting April 13, 2020 to review recent Tournament Management Committee (TMC) and approved recommendations reegarding MIAA Spring Tournament Structure. • Proceed forward with the recommendation from the TMC to play through a sectional...

Dare Devils taking extreme sports to a new high during these trying times! Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

 

The MIAA’s Tournament Management Committee met last week via a conference call and confirmed overwhelmingly to a potential spring postseason tournament but decided against state-wide tournaments. The concern: there was not enough time for an eight week schedule, post season tournament and a...
Local residents Mark and Kelly Sinclair have become the new owners of Groton Anytime Fitness, and are breathing new life into the club, where customers can be assured of a warm welcome, and all the help and support they need to succeed in their own personal fitness journey.      Mark, who has...
While stocking locations and frequency may be altered slightly due to the Coronavirus situation, MassWildlife will continue to stock trout this spring.      Approximately 500,000 brook, brown, rainbow, and tiger trout will be stocked this spring from MassWildlife’s five hatcheries. These fish,...

With the town golf course closed, Groton Herald Sports Editor and Photographer Robert Mingolelli found an open field to hit some shags.

Hello sports readers, As you know, none of us can watch sports at professional, college or high school levels for a while. Moreover, we can’t participate in some sports either. We would like to know your stories. What are you doing to exercise while maintaining social distancing? Send us your...

The Groton Country Club golf course is closed. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

 

By Robert Mingolelli   I recently read an article about two Holy Cross alumni who I’m sure you have heard of, former Boston Celtic Bob Cousy and Dr. Anthony Fauci. Both men are also Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients. Cousy is well known for his basketball prowess. Dr. Fauci, Director...

Casey Hutton and Griffin Modzelewski work out at the high school running the stairs. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

 

Despite the snow and cold, Mark Caliri, from the maintanance department, is transporting new sod for the baseball infield at the GDRHS baseball field. He is also working on the field hockey lacrosse field in an effort to expand the grass area. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

 

By Robert Mingolelli   The recent renovation work performed by Diamond Athletic Turf Inc. on the GDRHS baseball field was completed on Monday, March 23. The work renovating the High School Baseball Field involved removing the existing infield that had grade problems as well as severe grub...

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