One participant was nearly a half hour ahead of the next cluster of fellow endurance sport enthusiasts. AT this point in the race the paddleboarders were hunched over but still going strong. Are the dories the most difficult to row?
Participants pass sailboats and working boats, fans and friends motoring nearby, and of course safety-police escort boats there monitoring the route
Lennie recently passed away at the age of 98 (May 5, 1917 – May 30, 2015), during his 50 years of scouting for the MLB, he found David Cox, see Newspaper clipping from Gloucester Times, stating that while scouting in the New England area. He had come to watch Gloucester’s Frankie Destino and Lynn English’s Johnny Hyde, but found in the midst David Cox.
“This Cox boy is a smooth operator, and looks like he can hit” said Lennie. “He’s a senior, you say? Looks like a good collge prospect to me. Has the arm, the speed and the power. One of the best boys I’ve seen this season”.
David continues to show his passion for sports through his photography of local Gloucester High School Sports, and published here on GoodMorningGloucester. David’s GMG Posts
The Oar Master’s Cup Race is the only annual dory rowing competition which pits single rowers against one another in multiple heats over a set course to determine the fastest singles rower in the USA . The 2013 course will begin at the Maritime Center pier and proceed out around Ten Pound Island and back (1.75 miles). Heats will be limited to 4 dories provided by the IDRC and the fastest time will be crowned the Oar Master 2013. This annual race will take place this Sunday, September 29th at 10 AM (best viewed from, and rowers report to Maritime Gloucester Center …dories will be towed over). The Oar Master’s Cup race is open to all IDRC members and you do not need to be an advanced rower to compete. As long as you can navigate the course, you are encouraged to sign up and enjoy a great day of rowing and camaraderie with your friends from the IDRC!!!
As a special tribute, the 2013 Oar Master’s Cup Race will be dedicated in memory of IDRC member Mike Regan of Springfield , MA . Mike was a fan of dory rowing and loved to get out for a row in a dory when visiting Gloucester . He passed away suddenly last month and will be dearly missed by his friends and family. All members are encouraged to come down and row or watch, then join us for a light luncheon to celebrate life and Mike.
Please shoot me an email if you would like to register to race or if you can help with race logistics on Sunday.
Len Robertson 2011 Oar Master with the cup
What did you do after 3 days of partying?
Head of the pack above (just past Willow Rest, heading north).
Kristen doesn’t see me.
Now she does!
That’s my cousin (above) Kristin Palasota Collins, all the way from Texas!! Sent from my iPhone
The guy above was in the lead at 10:40 am near Good Harbor Beach.
This cat is the Juggling Jogger, yep all the way baby.
Steve Winslow Submits-
A few signs of Spring around Gloucester:
Joe’s Hot Dog cart down on the Boulevard…
Re-bar going in for the new foundation for Newell Stadium…
(Scheduled to open September 6th!! Mark the date)
First one to spot Dick Wilson gets a free Gloucester Tri-athalon Shirt!!
Steve Winslow – Get Fit Gloucester!
As you may know, my uncle Frank Destino passed away last week. I found this old photo and I think that might be David Cox on the far right. He graduated with Frank and thought he might like this. Please forward to him….
Check out The Gloucester Daily Times Story About Frank By Sports Editor Nick Curcuru here-
By Nick Curcuru Sports Editor
Superior athlete, outstanding football skill, one of the best athletes to play at Gloucester High School, wonderful human being.
Those were just a few of the words used to describe Frank Destino, a former GHS standout in both football and baseball. Destino passed away last Thursday at the age of 77, but the legacy he left behind in Gloucester will not soon be forgotten.
the entire article here
Gloucester Vikings 35 – Manchester Hornets 13
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Gloucester Tigers 20 – Manchester Hornets 18
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Marcy Plante writes-
The O’Maley girls field hockey team are playing with their heart and soul. Each player is contributing to the wins and cheering their hearts out.
UNDEFEATED with 51 goals scored this season, 12-0.
Last game is home, Monday October 29, 2012 4:00. The team would like to invite the community to come to the field and cheer them.
Just a few pictures of the O’Maley Field Hockey Team on their TEAM building
year end celebration!!
They celebrated by being driven by a party bus limo into Boston, then had
lunch at Fire and Ice and to top it went to the Georgetown Cupcake Factory.
What a GREAT DAY!!!What a GREAT TEAM!!!
O’Maley Field Hockey is 11-0 and has scored 45 goals! Represent!!!!
O’Maley vs Rockport
They are 11-0 with a total of 45 goals scored and only 12 goals scored against them. Way to go team and coaches! Four more games!
Front Row (sitting) Mackenzie Plante, Brie Ramsey, Callie O’Leary, Nicole Tocco and Whitney Good
Back Row (standing) Lilly Gray, Jenna Taormina, Maddie McCarthy, Gabby Machado, Rachel Alexander,Kelly Broe, Megan Russo, Sam Cominelli, Sam Orlando, Marissa Enes, Bailey Kirk, Lila Monell, Maggie Destino and Brianna Fernandes
Missing from picture: Emma Lamoureux, Ava Trotman, Haley Glaser and coaches Marcy Plante, Alison Monell, and Ellen Preston.
Sue Good Forwards us some photos of the squad in action!
Trish from Pleasant St Tea and Coffee Co writes-
My brother ran the Baystate marathon in Lowell today. All of the siblings were in attendance along with the MUM and nephews, niece and 3 babies in bellies of the two sisters. My brother ran an amazing race with an improvement from the Sugarloaf Marathon in September. 3:16:31
Marcy Plante Forwards-
The O’Maley Field Hockey team is undefeated!! We have scored 31 goals this
year!! The girls are playing so hard and have come so far!! The pictures are
of our three captains, Callie O’Leary, Emma Larmoureux, and McKenzie Plante,
one of them celebrating their win and the other a great team picture.
We have 5 more games left!
The GHS Film Club is working on a documentary on Newell Stadium, it’s history, it’s legacy and the rebuilding. As an advisor with Shaun Goulart, I am reaching out to the community for the students who will be working on the project. This is going to be a student made film that we are hoping will involve the community. With your community involvement, I am hoping you will be able to help us recruit people who are willing to help us with the film. We are looking for people to interview (such as coaches and players), people with footage of events at the stadium and any other community members who might be able to help. This is more than a film about a football field, it is more about a community and how the stadium is such an integral part of that community. I know you have a lot of people who follow your blog and I am hoping we can get you to help get them to help us.
Social Studies Teacher
Gloucester High School
By the way, Joe,
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Check out the New England Beach Soccer website for the complete results of today’s games, with lots of photos. Click here for Joey’s Interview with Joe La Rocca and Mike Torres.
Joe LaRocca, David Esposito, Mike Torres, Anthony LaRocca, Noah Curtis