Look for this young man on the GHS gridiron, as a defensive back. He worked hard at Cape Pond Ice all summer long.
Category Archives: Gloucester Sports
The Fishermen win big in game with Swampscott. The team comes back playing strong after a rocky start and wins 32-17
The Fishermen loose not playing well in first half and then hold Beverly scoreless in the second half while they score two touchdowns.The final score was 24-12.
John and his lovely wife Cathy are visiting from Washington D.C., John is a GHS Hall of Famer, and also a FOB (Friend of the Blog).
The Fishermen win their opening game defeating Lynn Classical with just a couple of minutes left on the game clock. Kind of a typical Gloucester-Lynn Classical game!
While on the Ardelle between 1 and 2pm Saturday I photographed some of the last rowers in the Blackburn Challenge, numbers 172, 113, 5, 26, 25, 124, 41, 112 and 28. -Len
For some odd reason, somebody keeps barricading the kids’ favorite spot. This is creating an unsafe situation. Generations of young children have learned to jump off the pier by being able to jump without having to climb the railing, which makes it a lot harder to learn — and way more scary too. Whomever keeps barricading the jump spot, please remove the barricades. Thanks!
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And hula hoops?! Thank you Garrett Coler, Sports and Recreation Director at the Cape Ann YMCA, for giving Good Morning Gloucester the scoop on the details. Sounds like something will be going on for all ages! From Garrett:
“This Saturday at Newell Stadium at Gloucester High the YMCA will be hosting a Family Activity Day where kids of all ages can come by and play pick up sports games with our staff as well as participate in parachute games, face painting, water balloon baseball and more. The event is free for all and will be followed up by a hula hoop show!
Come on down to Newell Stadium from 9:30-12 and join us! Parents welcome!”
Great for the guest of the beautiful Beauport Hotel to be able to go Stand Up Paddling Boarding right from the beach. Good luck to Cape Ann SUP. If you have never done this, you should give it a try. Lots of fun.
GHS girls in big win defeating Arlington Catholic 2-1 to advance to semi-finals of division 2 tourney. Next game is at Martin Field Friday night at 6:30.
GHS girls rally to win first playoff game defeating Wilmington. The next game scheduled for Monday!!
GHS girls win easily in game with Salem. One of the highlights was rare triple play by the Fishermen.
The Gloucester Gig Rowers are back in the water for the 2016 season.
The Siren Song and the Annie B are ready to row.
The Gannet is being worked on by members, expected launch May 1,2016.
In the photo are,on the left…Clem Courcy, Eileen Courcy, Christy Milhouse….on the right…Eddie Acosta, Bill Helmuth, Peter Begley
For more info check them out at www.GloucesterGigRowers.com
Anyone not playing in the dodgeball tournament that would like to volunteer to help out during game day? For a great cause. Please email ftgwynne@gmail for more details
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SHOW UP FRIDAY NIGHT TO PICK UP TEAM UNIFORMS AND WATCH THE FULL LENGTH MASTERPIECE CREATED BY CRAIG KIMBERLEY IN ALL IT’S GLORY
TEAM NAMES HAVE BEEN REMOVED TO PROTECT THE PATHETIC, AND WEAK….AND LAME.