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Tommy Pauly of Groton hurls a fastball to Luke Andjus of Dunstable during a Groton-Dunstable vs. Groton-Dunstable Minors baseball game. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

 

Groton Senior Golf League's top rounds this week came from Dave Jones, 38, and Bill Ennis, 39. Congratulations.  

Under the supervision of Coach Phil Unger, students participate in the Strength & Conditioning Club held at Groton-Dunstable RHS. Back: L-R: Coach Unger, Jacob Gilbert, Dylan Paradis, Toby Strauss, Jake Strauss, Jordan Strauss. Front: Jenna Beauchain, Eilish Ferrara, Lauren Phelps. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

 

By Robert Mingolelli   Wednesday, July 15, weather wise, as comfortable as you could hope for, mid 70’s, sparkling sunshine, perfect for the Groton-Dunstable Strength & Conditioning Club. The group meets Monday, Wednesday and Friday throughout the entire summer on the upper field at...
The MIAA’s Tournament Management Committee (TMC) unanimously approved the statewide realignment of field hockey, soccer, basketball and girls’ volleyball during a recent virtual meeting. Those realignments will go into effect for the 2021-22 school year.      Those four sports were up for...
20) Analyze Your Stats One great feature of advanced stat-tracking de- vices is that they can start to reveal tendencies in your game, and you can change your strategy on the course accordingly. Are you much more accurate with a 3-wood off the tee with your driver? Do you have a tendency to...
by Robert Mingolelli   Groton Dunstable Athletics announced: The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Directors voted unanimously Tuesday that fall sports will start no earlier than Sept. 14 amid COVID-19 outbreak. It was previously reported that fall sports would open...
Groton Dunstable Athletics announces that the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Directors voted unanimously on Tuesday that fall sports will start no earlier than Sept. 14 amid COVID-19 outbreak.      It was previously reported that fall sports would open up in mid-...
GSGL Scramble Results for 6/30 1st Team 3: (32) Rick Salon, Marty Moore, Connie Grabowy, Bill Norton 2nd Team 6: (34) Bob Anderson, Jack Griffin, Sub: Jeff Demers, Sub: Allen King 3rd Team 8: (34) Jeff Ohringer, Don Koski, Bob Arsenault, Sub: Reaney Palmer   GSGL Scramble Results for 7/...

At a recent drive by at the homes of GDRHS coaches Colleen Naboicheck (top) and Lori Herberich (bottom), parents and student athletes from Groton and Dunstable presented each with a plaque in appreciation and admiration for their many years of outstanding service. Courtesy photos

 

By Robert Mingolelli   Coach Colleen Naboicheck      Colleen Naboicheck (Nabo as she is affectionally called) has been coaching 20 years, the last 15 at GDRHS which included eleven years as varsity coach for cross-country and fifteen years outdoor track & field. Naboicheck lobbied for...
16) Stop aiming at the pin      That thing sticking out of the ground with the flag on it should not always be your target on your approach shots. In fact, I can’t think of a good reason for any golfer to be aiming at the pin unless you are playing at an extremely high level. The payoff is...

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