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Spring 2024 Genesis Referees

Referees Front Row: Alec Jigarjian, Phin Haskin, Griffin Bowman, Cathryn McNally, Claire Brown, Sophie Walsh, Matthew Meili, Adelaide Bissell

Referees Back Row: Patrick Sullivan, Cameron Duane, Ashton Duane, Natalie Sekera, Brooke Lesser, Madigan Dowd, Sophia Collins, Serissa Lothrop, Jacob Tolwinski, Alex Peeters, Ella Testa, Leah Carrier, Emma Brown

Referee Mentors: Matthew Cain, Jack Orpen, Thomas Cote, Caroline Clinton

Referees Not Pictured: Santiago Adams, Sofia Adams, Kate Klane, Colin Tyler

Referee Mentors Not Pictured:  Sawyer Brumbaugh, Shane Carrier

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    GDYSC is proud of their Referees-In-Training (RITs) that are part of the Mass Youth Soccer Genesis Referee Program.  These referees develop self-confidence and professionalism, contributing to a safe and fun environment, by refereeing in-town Grade 1/2 soccer games.  Referee Mentors contribute...

Spring 2024 Genesis Referees

Referees Front Row: Alec Jigarjian, Phin Haskin, Griffin Bowman, Cathryn McNally, Claire Brown, Sophie Walsh, Matthew Meili, Adelaide Bissell

Referees Back Row: Patrick Sullivan, Cameron Duane, Ashton Duane, Natalie Sekera, Brooke Lesser, Madigan Dowd, Sophia Collins, Serissa Lothrop, Jacob Tolwinski, Alex Peeters, Ella Testa, Leah Carrier, Emma Brown

Referee Mentors: Matthew Cain, Jack Orpen, Thomas Cote, Caroline Clinton

Referees Not Pictured: Santiago Adams, Sofia Adams, Kate Klane, Colin Tyler

Referee Mentors Not Pictured:  Sawyer Brumbaugh, Shane Carrier

Courtesy photo

 

    GDYSC is proud of their Referees-In-Training (RITs) that are part of the Mass Youth Soccer Genesis Referee Program.  These referees develop self-confidence and professionalism, contributing to a safe and fun environment, by refereeing in-town Grade 1/2 soccer games.  Referee Mentors contribute...
A handful of young and enthusiastic bicyclists constructed a make-shift bike ramp behind the Prescott Community Center. Taking advantage of a sunny spring day, the boys caught some air as they sped down the parking lot, onto the ramp, and soared down the hill. It was certainly an impressive and...

    The finish line of the Granite State Wheelers team finishing the "Trek Across Maine" fund raising ride benefiting the American Lung Association. Groton resident, Doug Ruby, is on the far right. His daughter, Michelle Ruby, a Groton native and teacher at Lawrence Academy. is on the far left. The Trek Across Maine is a three-day, 172 mile ride, finishing in Brunswick, Maine on Sunday, June 16. The longest day was Day 1 at 65 miles. Courtesy photo

 
    The finish line of the Granite State Wheelers team finishing the "Trek Across Maine" fund raising ride benefiting the American Lung Association. Groton resident, Doug Ruby, is on the far right. His daughter, Michelle Ruby, a Groton native and teacher at Lawrence Academy. is on the far left. The...
    The finish line of the Granite State Wheelers team finishing the "Trek Across Maine" fund raising ride benefiting the American Lung Association. Groton resident, Doug Ruby, is on the far right. His daughter, Michelle Ruby, a Groton native and teacher at Lawrence Academy. is on the far left. The...
    The finish line of the Granite State Wheelers team finishing the "Trek Across Maine" fund raising ride benefiting the American Lung Association. Groton resident, Doug Ruby, is on the far right. His daughter, Michelle Ruby, a Groton native and teacher at Lawrence Academy. is on the far left. The...

Steve skates the Nashua River Rail Trail. Courtesy photo

by Robert Mingolelli My wife and I were doing our  nightly walk, usually several times around the Groton- Dunstable campus and the track. As we rounded the driveway by the tennis courts, a woman, who we have seen several times, started waving with a very friendly gesture. Then her partner, who we...

Groton resident and Groton Country Club member Jack Feeney celebrates after hitting a great drive on the eighth hole. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

Central Mass. Teams Play in State Championship Games Congratulations to State Champions Oakmont (baseball) and Westborough (boys tennis) and to Tyngsborough and Hudson softball teams for advancing to the Championship game. Baseball Division 1: Oakmont 3, St. Mary’s 1 Caleb Allen hurled shutout ball...

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