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Hockey Algonquin 7,  G-D 6 Jerry Fang (hat trick), Cullen O'Malley (assist), Jack Van Pelt (Goal, 2 assists), Cole Beigal (2 assists), Gus Kahwati (2 assists), Jarrett Arsenault (goal), Colin Flood (goal).Record: 0-1  Boys Swimming  TGD 84, Nashoba 35  Girls Swimming  Nashoba 106, TGD 60 Track And...

Front row: (left to right)-Anna Stenstream, Catie Rider, Hannah Stark, Caroline Keegan, Lindsay Ketelhohn, Ryleigh Cunningham, Mackenzie Pauly, Back row: (left to right)-Allegra Gutermann, Aurora Gutermann, Mira Mahmoud, Emerson McAdam, Freya Webb, Olivia Smith, Missing: Ava Buchmann. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

The Girls Varsity Basketball team tips off the Mid-Wach B season this week, opening up with Lunenberg at home. Haly Buchmann, Brooke Barry, Zoe Bellipani, Clare Joyce, and Jackie Gervais graduated from last year's 3-17 team. Head Coach Matt Coppolino in his third season will have a team led by...
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A group of 8 student-athletes, Ryleigh Richard, Mira Mahmoud, Isabella Petros, Avery Columbus, Hannah Stark, Zach Romich, Rob Flynn, and Liam Richard went to Gillette Stadium on November 10th for the 28th Annual Sportsmanship Summit. This conference included student-athletes from many schools across the state. Students listened to presentations from many influential leaders including Omari Pearson. The conference had student workshop sessions and a keynote presentation. Photo courtesy of Matt Ricard

 

The Groton-Dunstable Boys Basketball team is hard at work preparing for the 2022-23 season. Greg Gillette returns for a 10th season as coach, and despite a 3-17 record last year, only two Varsity players, Chris Smith and Toby Wells, were lost to graduation. Three starters from last season will be on the court for G-D, Zach Romich (So. Guard), John Madigan (Jr. Forward), and Andrew Stenstream (Jr. Forward), in addition to returning lettermen Evan Laudenslager (Sr. Guard), Jimmy Anzivino (Sr. Guard), Bronson Solomon (Sr. Forward), Jackson Burmeister (Sr. Forward), and Cam Barlow (Jr. Guard). And making their Varsity debuts are Pietro Vendramel (Sr. Guard), Gavin Vail (So. Guard), Matt Fuccione (Jr. Guard), Jack Hulslander (Jr. Forward), Ryan Hamill (Sr. Forward), Ben Stark (Sr. Guard), and Dom Terrazzano (Sr. Forward). Coach Gillette's outlook on the season, "We are excited about our group.  The returning players have displayed outstanding leadership in practice early in the season.  Our schedule is challenging, but we are confident we can be competitive." The Boys Varsity Basketball season tips off Wednesday, December 14, 7:00 p.m. at Lunenburg. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

 

Junior Shawn Hamill (#18) takes a shot. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

Head Coach Brendan McCann addresses the Groton-Dunstable Varsity Hockey Team on the ice. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

Neil Aradhya, Zak Metzger, Declan Hann, Ethan McDonald, Alex Lampe, Evan Solger, and Anoushk Yadav competed for Groton-Dunstable at the Nike Northeast Regional XC Championships, closing out an exciting and successful Cross Country season over the weekend. Results: 83-Neil Aradhya (17:23.8), 103-Zak Metzger 17:42.1, 174- Ethan McDonald (18:25.7), 181-Declan Hann (18:33.8), 208-Evan Solger: (19:00.3), 240- Anoushk Yadav (20:03.9), 241 Alex Lampe (20:11.4),  The Groton-Dunstable boys team finished 24th overall out of 78 teams. Head Coach Chris Volante added, "The exposure the team experienced this past weekend will pay dividends in the future. The race culture and confidence boost while racing along with the best in the Northeast can only be found by exposing yourself to this type of race. We expect to be at this meet or the Champs Northeast XC Championships in late November for years to come. GDXC continues to make big strides." Courtesy Photo

 

Georgia Brooks (far right) breaks ahead of the pack at last weekend's State Championship Race in Devens. Photo by Dorrie Gibbons

 

At the Champs XC Championships in Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx, NY, Georgia  Brooks finished 58th in 20:45 out of 94 runners, 1 minute faster than her time last year. Courtesy Photo

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