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Hannah Erickson left every bit of effort on the field, getting the shot on net against Lunenburg. Allison Neilly (#1) and Charlotte DiGiovanni (#3) look for the rebound. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

 

Boys Soccer 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). Girls Soccer No. Middlesex 2, G-D1 11/6 -G-D 3, Littleton 1 Scoring:Goals from Natalie Childs, Faith Kosiba,...
The start to the winter high school sports season is going to be delayed by at least a couple of weeks in Central Mass. The Massachusetts Inter- scholastic Association’s Board of Directors last week approved a winter season that would run from Nov. 30 to Feb. 21. Coincidentally, the start date...

Lady Crusader Jackie Gervais scored on a penalty kick and added a pair of assists in Semi-Final Pod 7 Tournament action. Photo courtesy Robert Mingolelli

 

There are over 50 girls and one boy participating in two volleyball clinics at GD. Pictured with the older group, varsity coach Heather Barlow and assistant coach Adam Snodgrass. Photo courtesy Robert Mingolelli

 

by Robert Mingolelli   Heather Barlow takes the reins as G-D varsity volleyball coach. She replaces Lori Heberich who coached JV for several years before taking over the GD varsity program which brought home a Division 2 State Championship (22-2) in 2018.      Shane and Heather Barlow have...

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...
     The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association Tournament Management Com- mittee is charged with managing tournaments for high school sports across the state.      On Wednesday, October 21, the TMC voted, 15-0, to recommend to the Board of Governors that MIAA-sponsored tournaments...

Groton- Dunstable senior golf captain Nick Towle putts for par on the second hole at GCC. (Yes, he made the putt) Photo courtesy Robert Mingolelli

 

by Robert Mingolelli   Groton-Dunstable senior Nick Towle, exemplary golfer extraordinaire, lives in Dunstable with his parents Greg and Carol Towle along with his two older sisters, Alyssa and Brooke who both attend UMass. “My parents have always supported and encouraged me to be the best...

Lunenburg goalie Griffin Caiozzo makes a save while Crusader Ben Lyons (#14) and Hunter Wolfrey hope for a rebound. Photo courtesy Robert Mingolelli

 

Field Hockey • Tyngsboro 5, G-D 0 It was scoreless at the 0-0 at the half but the Tigers at home on turf are a difficult match. Katy Paveglio and Hannah Erickson played an outstand- ing defensive game but couldn’t hold out. Ashleigh Siciliano, in goal, was outstanding in net with 20 saves...

The undefeated Crusader Boys soccer team has a record of 4-0.  In recent action, Zach Elmasri #18 moves on the offense in game against Parker Charter. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

 

 
by Robert Mingolelli   In an interview with Varsity Football Coach Tom Sousa, he reported that football practice started Wednesday, September 14, but the Friday session was canceled because of the weather. The plan is to practice two days per week, normally Monday and Wednesday. Mid-Wach...

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