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• Coach: Lynne Keenan (5th year) League: Midland-Wachusett • League B Division • Graduated: Emma Wilson, a two year Captain, MVP Junior Year, Mid-Wachusett League All-Star Sophomore and Junior years. She is presently at the University of Vermont and truly will be missed! • Varsity:   -...

“Girls lacrosse will face difficult teams in our pod this season, but I think the girls are up for the challenge," shared coach Emma Ordemann. Pictured with coach Ordemann (right), is JV coach Koch. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

 

• Coach: Emma Ordemann (1st year). Coach Ordemann is a 2013 Groton-Dunstable alum where she competed on the cross-country and lacrosse teams. She graduated from the University of Colorado in 2018 where she studied Ecology and GIS (Geographic Information Systems). She presently teaches math at...
•League: Midland Wachusett Pod 2: GD, North Middlesex, Westborough, Hudson, Marlborough, St. Bernard’s, Fitchburg. •Coaching Staff: Matt LeBlanc, Varsity Coach - 15th season, Matt Coppolino, Assistant Varsity Coach - 5th season, Joe Bisbee, JV Coach - 6th season. •2019 Overall Record: 13-7...
Correction: The football photo on P. 6 of last weeks’ Groton Herald listed #58 as Calvin Brewster. Brewster was not available for the game. Jon Eisenklam did double duty on both the offensive and defensive line and had to wear #58 instead of his usual #9
by Robert Mingolelli   “I never enjoyed sports when I was young,” shared GD junior Sydney Barlow. “We would go to the beach and my mom would say, let’s play ball. I was not interested. I hated it but my mom kept pushing me and now I am so glad both my parents encouraged me to play volleyball...

GD quarterback Finn Bernard (#18) pitches the football to halfback Kyle Plausse in Tyngsborough/Groton Dunstable football game. Blocking for Bernard is offensive lineman Ben Furman (#57). Photo courtesy Robert Mingolelli

 

by Robert Mingolelli   A rivalry between Groton-Dunstable and Tyngsborough that is traditionally saved for Thanksgiving morning with the awarding of the Colonel’s Cup was played on a perfect spring evening for football, with temperatures in the 50s. No snow to be seen.      Unfortunately,...

GD Volleyball ended the season with a perfect 12-0 record and for coach Heather Barlow, her very first head coaching position. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

 

For coach Heather Barlow, her very first head coaching position. “I did inherit a pretty established team (we only had to take on one new player) and the girls were extremely coachable and willing to try new offensive plays and new strategies this year", said coach Barlow. “Several of the girls...

GD quarterback (#18) Finn Bernard eludes Maynard linebacker Patrick Andrews in Saturday's football game. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

 

By Robert Mingolelli   In a Pod 3 matchup, host Groton Dunstable fell to Maynard, 18-14 at the Nashoba Tech football complex in Westford. Despite a gutsy defensive effort from GD, fumbles and bad snaps did the Crusaders in.      On their opening drive, GD QB Finn Bernard’s connected with...
Volleyball • G-D 3, Leominster 0      In a quick match, GD had com- plete control over Leominster with set scores 25-3, 25-15, 25-7 Sydney Barlow dominated the net with 12 kills (total hitting percent- age of .800), 10 digs, and 3 blocks. Emma Kenney served 6 aces. Senior Katie Eberhardt...

Senior Sydney Adams, ran a personal best (5:21.5) in the mile establishing a new Groton Dunstable HS record. Photo courtesy Robert Mingolelli

 

VOLLEYBALL • GD 3, Hudson 0      Set scores for April 5 were a convincing 25-10, 25-19, 25-12 in favor of GD.      In a rematch two days later, visiting Hudson had payback in mind and jumped ahead to a 4-1 advantage. With GD’s Naomi Rodman serving, the Crusaders fought back tying the match...

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