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FITCH'S BRIDGE: Replacement Approved by 2/3 Majority at Special Town Meeting

Equestrians, bicyclists and pedestrians can look forward to crossing Nashua River from Fitch's Bridge Road to West Groton shore near Wallace Road following approval at Saturday's Special Town Meeting to demolish the existing 1898 steel bridge and replace it with a new truss bridge. The old bridge has been closed to public use since the mid 1960s.

Some Planning Board Members Advocate Usurping Historic Districts Commission Authority By Re-writing Regulations and Changing Bylaws

Planning Board Chairman John Giger told the Board that after their meeting the previous week with consultant Peter Flinker of Dodson Associates, that he (Giger) is "certainly interested in working in collaboration with the Historic Districts Commission." Flinker is in the process of preparing a document that merges the Station Avenue Design Guidelines with a proposed Town Center Design Guidelines.

Crusaders Scoreboard

Hockey Groton-Dunstable 4, Algonquin 4 Adam Kmetz ( 3 goals), CJ Kenny ( goal), Junior Anthony Resca ( 2 assists). GD 5, Auburn 0                                                                                                                     Bradley Garside (2 goals), Nathan Rabbitt (goal, assist), Josh Rabbitt (goal), Brad Zadrozny (goal),Derek March (2 assists). Jason Robes (18 saves) Record: GD 3-0-1,10-1-2 Girls Basketball St.

Boys Hockey, Division 3A

Division 3A Boys Hockey, Roy Conference

                                     League  Overall GF      GA

1 Groton-Dunstable     3-0-1    10-1-2   50       17

2 Algonquin                  3-2-1    4-5-2    36       39

3 Fitchburg/Montytech  3-3-0    6-6-2    42        56

4 Leominster                 1-2-1    6-6-1    53        40

SPORTS: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back; Boys' Basketball Team Stumbles

Two steps forward one step back... a catchphrase reflecting on an anecdote about a frog trying to climb out of a water well; for every two steps the frog climbs, it falls back by one step, making its progress arduous. "Wikipedia."

Two steps forward, one step backwards is the way the Crusaders' last few games have gone.

Lady Cs Fall Short; Offense and Rebounding Sputters

Despite a game high 25 points from senior Rachel McCarron, host G-D (5-8) fell to Nashoba Regional, 49-42 in Midland B action.

 

Hoping to avenge a 71-57 loss earlier in the season, Crusaders came out playing aggressive, scrappy defense, disrupting Chieftains' (6-0, 11-2) offensive flow. "We certainly didn't play well in the first half," said Nashoba assistant coach Barry Call. "Give them credit for that."

 

Giant Slalom Results for Jan. 22

Week 3, Mass. Bay West Alpha Div. giant slalom race at Nashoba Valley. Two runs, times from both runs combined for total score. Boys came in 4th of seven teams, girls came in third of seven teams. Freshman Alissa Johnson had an outstanding race, placed 8th overall out of 66 girls in the league.

Fastest combined individual times from GD

GD Varsity Girls: 

1) Alissa Johnson 8th- (48.02)

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