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In a recent game, Groton-Dunstable senior Jack Van Pelt gets by Leominster defender. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

 

by Robert Mingolelli   • Ryan Kent Memorial Hockey Tournament - Friday: Dart- mouth 5, GD 2 • Canalmen Classic - Saturday: Bourne 3, G-D 2      “Against Dartmouth, we knew they would be a tough opponent but it was great experience for us. They are a real solid, experi- enced team that...

Tri-captain TJ Sannazzaro (#19) leads the Crusaders celebration after Freshman Cullen O’Malley’s second period goal against Leominster. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

 

By Robert Mingolelli   Carter Amidon scored 52 seconds into overtime to give Groton-Dustable a hard earned win over Leominster at the Capt. Kenneth W. Gaetz Memorial Arena (Wallace Civic Center) in Fitchburg.      With 7:26 remaining in the first period, Jarrett Arsenault beat Leominster...
Football Division C Dylan Paradis-2023 Tommy Raymond-2022 Ryan Smith-2022 Hunter Woolfrey - Academic Award Boys Soccer Division B Owen Apigean-2022 James Bebee-2023 Leo Chavez Lanzano-2022 Linus Brier- Academic Award Girls Soccer Division B Chloe Beausoleil-2022 Anna...
Boys Basketball Head Coach: Greg Gillette (9th year) Captains: Smith Wells and Andrew Stenstrum League: Midland Wachusett Division B Record last season: 5-6 • Returning starters: Seniors Chris Smith (Guard), Toby Wells (Guard), Junior Andrew Sten- strum (Forward) • Newcomers:...
Hockey • GD 3, Leominster 2 Co-ed Swim Tuesday, December 14, 2021 • TGD 88 Worcester 79 Double Winners Joseph Wang 200 Free and 100 Back Record: TGD record 1-1 Girls Gymnastics • Algonquin 132.5 Groton-Dunstable 142.450 Boys Basketball • Tyngsborough 48, GD 39

Photos courtesy Susan Richard and Middle School parents.

Thanks to Groton-DunstableAthletic Director Matt Ricard, GD middle school football had a very successful first year. His love for the game, effort, perseverance and ability to connect with this age group had everything to do with the positive experience for the young athletes.      MS football...

Georgia Brooks (#268) will be competing in the USATF National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships in Paris, KY on December 11, 2021. Photo courtesy Chris Volante

 

In her first regular-season game as a Fighting Knight of Lynn University (FL), Rachel Romich led the way with 16 points. Courtesy Photo

 

Rachel Romich Romich led the way with 16 In her first regular-season points while shooting 4-5 from game as a Fighting Knight of the three-point line. She added Lynn University (FL), Rachel four rebounds, one assist and a teal. Lynn's NCAA Division II Fighting Knights have won 25 national titles...

Jack Blount and Andrew Davis enjoy their early morning run at the annual Turkey Trot on the    G-D cross-country course. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

 

The annual alumni Turkey Trot was run Thursday, November 25 on the Groton-Dunstable cross-country course. Andrei Safontchik-alumni ‘14, Hannah Mandell-current (Female win- ner), Andrew Davis-current, Anoushk Yadav-current, Jacob Danti-current, coach Chris Volante, Ryan Cox-alumni ’19, Declan Lowney-alumni ’21, Finn Shiely-alumni ’21, Jack Blount- alumni ’21, George Lowney-alumni ’21, Kate Moody- alumni ’21, Annabel Costa-friend, Chris Burpeau-friend (Overall and male winner). Photo by Robert Mingolelli
 

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