11/5 North Middlesex 2, G-D 0
Evan Gaibor and Nathan Nes- bit scored and Eliot Panaccione earned the shutout as the host Patriots (8-2) blanked the Crusaders (8-2).
No. Middlesex 2, G-D1 11/6 -G-D 3, Littleton 1
Scoring:Goals from Natalie Childs, Faith Kosiba, Cassie Prechtl. Assists: Natalie Childs and Jackie Gervais. Keeper Anna Carney had a strong game.
Pod 7 Tournament Playoff Round 1
11/10- G-D 4, Lunenburg 1
Natalie Childs (2 goals), Faith Kosiba (goal) Jackie Gervais (goal, 2 assists). LHS goal on a brilliant direct kick by Ava Speidel.
“Mixed team results but solid running across the board for G-D runners vs. Parker. The girls ran their race and dominated,” shared coach Chris Volante.
• 11/4, Girls: G-D-15, Parker-60, Boys: Parker-16, G-D-39
• 11/6, Girls: G-D 17, No Middlesex 42: 1-Sydney Adams 18:57.6, 2- Kimmie Harding 19:48.3, 3- Catherine Daly 20:48.6.4- Georgia Brooks 21:05.3, 7- Maddie Prechtl 22:13.5, 8- Ellie Petros 22:22.2, 11 Kristina Kuchel 23:49.5
Boys: G-D 15, North Middlesex 67- 1-Finn Sheilly 18:39.0, 2-Toby Strauss 18:51.5, 3-Marlon Jost 18:51.7,4-Zach Metzger 19:12.2, 5-Declan Lowney 19:18.4,6-De- clan Hann 19:30.3, 7-Adam Fiering 19:39.2, 9-Jacob Strauss19:45.9,19:55.3.
Lunenburg 1, G-D 0
“Plenty of chances but we couldn’t finish,” groaned GD field hockey coach Rachel Connerty. It was an outstanding team effort and, in particular, Captain Hannah Erickson.
The Pod 7 Individual Golf Championship:
Lunenburg’s Gavin Cloutier shot 2-over 72 at Northern Spy Golf Club (formally Townsend Ridge) to win the Pod 7 Indi- vidual Golf Championship on November 4. Pod teams: GD, Tyngsborough, Littleton, North Middlesex, Lunenburg, Parker Charter.
Cloutier bested Tyngsboro’s Trevor Drew by three shots, with Drew’s teammates Kevin Carpenter and Connor St. Gelais tying for third at 82.
Lunenburg’s Brayden Gendron was fifth at 83. Littleton’s Aaron King and Groton-Dunstable’s Ethan Loomis were another stroke back and tied for sixth, and Littleton’s Alex Forziati, North Middlesex’s Xander Murray and Groton-Dunstable’s Tom Joyner rounded out the top 10 by tying for eighth at 85.