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Junior forward Hunter Wolfrey (#6) scored two goals in a recent win against Tyngsborough. Photo courtesy Bob Mingolelli

Field Hockey
• Lunenburg 2, GD 2
Hannah Erickson had one goal and one assist, while Hannah Ketelhohn scored one goal as the Crusaders (2-4-1) tied the Blue Knights (0-3-2) in Lunenburg. Katy Paveglio, Regan Flynn and Riley Heulings also played well.
• North Middlesex 4, GD 0
Cross Country
“An inspired effort and im-pressive wins for girls and boys in Tyngsboro last Monday. Sev- eral personal best times as well,” shared coach Rick Volante. Our next meets are at home vs. Parker in Wednesday (11/4, after the Herald goes to press) and North Middlesex on Friday (11/6).
• GD-16, Tyngsboro-45,
Top GD girls: Sydney Adams- 1st-18:50.6, Kimmie Harding- 2nd-19:48
Catherine Daly-3rd-21:08.9, Georgia Brooks-4th-21:40.5, Maddie Prechtl-6th-22:03
• GD-27, Tyngsboro-29
Top GD boys: Finn Shei- ly-3rd-18:09.7, Marlon Jost- 4th-18:12, Toby Strauss- 5th-18:45.1
Zach Metzger-7th-18:47.7, De- clan Lowney-8th-18:53.4
Girls Soccer
• GD 4, Parker 0
Jackie Gervais (3 goals), Faith Kosiba (goal), Natalie Childs (3 assists)
Boys Soccer
GD Senior. Matt Fordham scored a hat trick and Junior Hunter Woolfrey added two goals to lead the Crusaders to a 5-0 win
over Littleton. GD received great play from Carter Puranananda, Ben Lyon, Zac ElMasri and Adien Pierentozzi. Records:Crusaders 7-1, Littleton 4-3-1
• GD 9, Parker 0
Matt Fordham (9 goals), John Deveroux, Casey Trimper (3 as- sists), Ben Lyons (3 assists), Toby Drislane (assist), (Leo Chavez Lanzano (assist). GD 8-1.
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