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Dr. Rachel Lampros provides athletes with assisted stretching, sports massage, cold compression therapy, therapeutic cupping, dry needling, and a wide variety of cutting edge treatments at KINISI Onsite Recovery at Mill Works in Westford. Courtesy photo

by Matt Detora For those of us that love following sports, we understand the impact injuries have on players, careers, and teams. So much so that injuries to our star players generate intrigue comparable blockbuster trades, marquee signings, and the games themselves. Within hours of a player being...

Front row: Jonah Haskin, Carter Houle, Tommy Pauly, Rye Rivard, Wyatt Cassa, Brecan Novak, Owen Whicher, Henry Foster, Daniel McNally, Liam Acucena, Georgia Williams, Jackson Pugh, Back row: Graham Stelzer (Mentor), Santiago Adams, Teddy Von Kohorn, Sawyer Brumbaugh, Thomas Cote (Mentor), Brian Githae, Jack Orpen, Joseph DeAngelis, Charlotte Walzel, Caroline Clinton (Mentor), Not pictured: Kenzie Lacroix (Mentor), Brody Tyler, Greyson Duane, Joshua Kamalaraj, Matthew Cain, Will Lippman, Devan Aradhya, Jasper White, Aymen Ait Ahmed 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 to the development of the RITs, inspiring them to self-develop and to improve from game to game. Courtesy of Michelle McNally


Zak Metzger and Ethan McDonald finished 23rd and 50th for G-D. Photo by Ben Glanville

Neil Aradhya with his MIAA State Championship medal. "The boys were ranked sixth by the MSTCA   XC poll going into states so to finish fifth was terrific,” said coach Chris Volante. The Boston Globe called GD a sleeper team. “Not anymore,” shared Volante. Photo by Ben Glanville


G-D's Hannah Mandell finished 84th overall. Photo by Ben Glanville


Catherine Daly (third from left) is G-D's second fastest on the girls side, finishing 78th overall. Photo by Ben Glanville


The Girls Cross Country team takes off at states. Georgia Brooks finished sixth overall (181 runners) in 19:13:15.  78-Catherine Daly (21:23.76), 84-Hannah Mandell (21:31.95), 156-Finley Clinton (22:59.91), 170 Alexa Twoomy (24:00.87), 180- Charlotte Blount (26:04.78). Carmen Luisi of Holliston finished first in 18:27.37. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

Neil Aradhya is the first G-D runner over the finish line, medaling seventh out of 185 runners at states. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

Georgia Brooks finished sixth out of 185 runners at the MIAA Division Cross Country State Championship November 19, 2022, Photo Robert Mingolelli and Coach Volante.   

Senior Hailey Sullivan brings the ball up for G-D as the defense presses in the backcourt. Photo by Ellie Petros



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