GHS Cheering squad showing their skills at the game.
Category Archives: Gloucester Sports
GHS boys play a great second half after allowing Lynn to get ahead 21-0 but run out of time and loose at end of great game. The final was 21-19. They have a lot of football left to play and they will be back!!
The Fishermen finish strong playing a great game and won 28-20…They are now 3-0..
New and old boys and girls on both squads…..
GHS BOYS IN BIG WIN IN GAME WITH BEVERLY…VICTORY #2
Meghan is a great swimmer and we wish her all the best.
For more information please go to the link below to hear all the other athletics.
Gloucester is one of 4 teams playing in the Little League State Finals playing for the chance to go on to Bristol, CT. and the Regional Finals. The State Tournament is in North Reading starting Thursday July 27th
Benevento Memorial complex
251 Central St. North Reading
Team Receives District championship medals at IC42
Celebrate with Fried Dough, Snack of Champions
Kirkus review and book launch at Charles Fine Arts for the new children’s story about Bobbi Gibb, first woman Boston Marathoner and artist
Last chance | last week to visit current group exhibition at
Flowers and Elegant Objects
closes June 16, 2017
Group show features Bobbi Angell, Liz Ayer, Stephen Bates, David Bareford, Lorrie Berry, Eli Cedrone, Geoffrey Teale Chalmers, Anne Winthrop Cordin, Traci Thayne Corbett, Yhanna Coffin, Fran Ellisor, Bobbi Gibb, Paul George, Ellen Granter, Marjorie Hicks, Christine Molitor Johnson, Bonita LeFlore, Nella Lush, Marija Pavlovich McCarthy, Tracy Meola, Carole Porter, Judith Monteferrante, Katherine Richmond, Jan Roy, Rosalie Sidoti, Tony Schwartz, Charles Shurcliff, Deb Wolf
Special Event June 13
Charles Fine Art is hosting a book launch Tuesday June 13 for the new children’s book about Bobbi, The Girl Who Ran, by Kristina Yee and Frances Poletti with illustrations by Susanna Chapman. The event is co hosted by Sawyer Free Library and The Book Store. Here’s the Kirkus Review:
“In cooperation with Gibb herself, Poletti and Yee tell the story of the first woman to run the Boston Marathon, questioning authority with her feet.
The Boston Marathon had been taking place for 70 years when Bobbi Gibb, a white woman, steps illegally to the starting line in 1966, a hoodie covering her hair. Her road there is strewn with the land mines of bias, everything from “So unladylike” to the official comments on the rejection to her application: “Women cannot run marathons. It’s against the rules.” Poletti and Yee neatly evoke the joy some find in running, simply running. Gibb “ran with her pack, going higher and higher, / the world whooshing by, like the wind in the fire.” Such couplets are found every few pages, the last four words the refrain. Readers gain a sense of the experience through Chapman’s artwork, the light-footed energy of the watercolors slipping outside the pen’s fine line, a veil of wind trailing behind Gibb. Halfway through the race her ruse is up. She is boiling in her hoodie and confides to a fellow marathoner, a black man, that she is afraid of ejection. “We won’t let anyone throw you out; it’s a free road.” Well-told and illustrated, Gibb’s story speaks to not only women’s fight for equality, but the power of community.”
After almost giving the game away the boys come back in the last of the 7th scoring twice to win in dramatic fashion….WELL DONE guys!!
Two games….GHS VS Beverly..big loss….and then a great bounce back win vs Everett.
The GHS girls play a great game and remain unbeaten in their 5th game of the season.
Fun for the players…fun for the spectators…and raised some money for Sweet Paws.
A big fun event…random photos…post #1. Post #2 will be Tomorrow AM.
GHS girls play well and run away with a big win over Winthrop.
The Fishermen come back from 11 point deficit at half time and play a great second half to win game by five. Well done guys!!
Tuesday night was senior night for Boys Hoop and Winter Cheerleaders despite the fact that the game was canceled due to the leaking roof.
The GHS girls played a tough back and forth game only to loose in last few seconds to Saugus.