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GNG spring sports schedules

Spring sports schedule are here http://news.keepmecurrent.com/spring-schedules-gray-new-gloucester

 

 

April Historical Society program at Shaker Village

“Shaker Trustees Office: An Historic Jigsaw Puzzle” is the title of the next program of the New Gloucester Historical Society to be held on Thursday, April 19th beginning at 7 PM. NOTE: THE MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE SHAKER STORE, SABBATHDAY LAKE SHAKER VILLAGE.  Free and open to the public.

Historical Society Archives

The next New Gloucester Historical Society Archives Open House will be held on Saturday, April 7th from 9 AM to 12 Noon at the New Gloucester Meetinghouse, 389 Intervale Rd. (Route 231). FREE.  All interested parties are invited with a special invitation to the research groups working on the society’s new exhibit about the town’s neighborhoods.

GNG students at science fair

GNG students and their science fair projects were featured on the front page of Country Connections this week.

GNG sports: Winter reviews

NEW GLOUCESTER—With the winter seasons in our collective rear view, but spring still several weeks out, now is an optimal time to reflect on the Patriots’ recent efforts.

Boys Basketball
The Gentlemen Patriots turned in a fantastic season: As their current crop of players has gained experience over the past couple years, they’ve become an ever-greater threat to opponents.

“This current core group as made great strides every year. It’s the most wins for our program since 1991,” said G-NG head coach Ryan Deschenes. “And the first regional semifinal appearance since that year as well. Josiah Rottari made it to the Expo three of his four years; it’s been a very long time since a player from G-NG has been part of [such a run].” Keep reading

Teen charged for making GNG Middle School bomb threat

A 13-year-old Gray-New Gloucester Middle School student was charged with terrorizing after allegedly writing a bomb threat in a school bathroom.

A threat about the school “getting bombed” was found written on a bathroom stall Wednesday afternoon, prompting an evacuation of all students and staff to the high school. The note left in the bathroom emphasized that the threat should be taken seriously, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office.
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Morrison Center hiring staff for new New Gloucester residential program

We’re HIRING – seeking caring, creative and energetic team members! Morrison Center has several positions available for Residential Direct Support Professionals for multiple locations – including our NEWEST residences in New Gloucester! Flexible full time, part time, and per-diem. Day, evening, weekend & overnight shifts available! Experience preferred, but will train the right candidates. To apply, email your resume & interest to jobs@morrison-maine.org.

New Gloucester seeks taxes from Wayfinder Schools

Town officials are looking to get three years of supplemental taxes from Wayfinder Schools at the former Opportunity Farm, believing New Gloucester was incorrectly exempting the education non-profit from property taxes on two parcels of land. Keep reading

GNG J.V. Lady Patriots finish the season undefeated

The J.V. Lady Patriots finish the season strong with a win 45-16 against the Falcons of Freeport. The Patriots came out hard and at the half were ahead 19-8. They outscored the falcons 26 to 8 in the second half to finish the season with a win at home.

Samantha Fortin led the patriots in scoring with a game high 24 points, followed by Sarah Fecteau & Gabriella Sernyk who both had 8 points, Chelsea Davis with 3, & Abigail Michaud with 2 points. Madysen West, Michaud, and Davis were instrumental in getting the ball down the court for the Patriots and making plays to get the ball to the post players. West had 6 assists followed by Michaud and Davis who both had 4.

Freeport Sophomore Hannah Spaulding led the Falcons with 11 points, three of which came from outside the arc.

 

SCORING                                                                                                  
Player 2-FG 3-FG FT Ast Pts
West, Madysen 0 0 0 6 0
Michaud, Abigail 1 0 0 4 2
Davis, Chelsea 1 0 1 4 3
Fecteau, Sarah 4 0 0 2 8
Sernyk, Gabrielle 4 0 0 1 8
Fortin, Samantha 12 0 0 1 24
Totals: 22 0 1   45

The J.V. Lady Patriots won at Poland 44–21

2-2-18 Poland High School:
Sarah Fecteau led the Patriots in scoring with 14 points, followed by Samantha Fortin with 12, Gabriella Chelsea Davis with 8 – 2 from outside the arc. Madysen West had 8, and Gabriella Sernyk added 2 points. Abbey Michaud had 2 assists and was a key player in getting the ball down the court.

PLAYER 2PT 3PT FT AST REB PTS
Michaud, Abbey      #4   2
Davis, Chelsea        #15   2  2   1     8
Fecteau, Sarah       #23   5  4   1 14
Sernyk, Gabriella   #24  2   1 2
Fortin, Samantha   #25   6   2 12
West, Madysen   4   2     8
Bradbury, Madison (Inj)
Dwyer, Whitney

(Inj)

TOTALS: 15    6 8  6  3 44