With 13 seconds remaining in the game with G-D leading Nashoba Regional 43-42, Senior Captain (#14) Hannah Wynn tries to regain possession from Nashoba Regional's #22 Senior Brienne Donahue during the DII District Championship game held at Worcester State on Saturday, with G-D losing a heartbreaker 44-43 in the final seconds.Photo by Nancy Ohringer
By Nancy Ohringer,
The Groton-Dunstable girls varsity basketball team suffered a heartbreaker in their 44-43 loss to Nashoba Regional in the DII District Championship game on Saturday morning, in a battle of the number one and two seeds.
G-D got off to a very slow start, trailing 8-1 with 3:32...
Groton-Dunstable basketball ace Evan Cook has been selected Mid-Wachusett B League MVP.
Photo by Robert Mingolelli
Groton-Dunstable Athletic Booster Club has kicked off its annual spring fundraising drive with an informational card that will be arriving in mailboxes throughout Groton and Dunstable this week. This year their supporters can also make secure, tax deductible on-line donations. Students will also...
Senior Captain Lindsay Werner (Groton-Dunstable '15) of Division 2 Merrimack College reached her 1,000 points in their home game against St. Anselm's on Saturday the 9th. Lindsay is the first female G-D basketball player to go on to play collegiate basketball and achieve this 1,000-point milestone. She was clearly comfortable on the court from the opening tap, hitting her second 3-pointer at 6:25 into the first quarter fulfilling her dream of achieving 1,000 points in her collegiate career, as Merrimack jumped out to an early 13-6 lead and never looked back, with Lindsay scoring 11 first-quarter points. Merrimack went on for an easy win over St. A's 74-55. Lindsay lead all scorers with 21 points, with 8 rebounds, 8 of 13 field goals and 5 of 7 3-pointers. (Lindsay is third in from the left, bottom row)
A senior guard and captain of the Merrimack College women’s basketball team, Lindsay Werner reached the 1,000 point milestone in her stellar career in a recent 74-55 win over St. Anselm. She leads the team with a 16.7 points per game average. Lindsay is a Sports Medicine major. She was a four sport...
In an MIAA Girls Basketball Central Division 2 quarter-final game, Bronwyn Mulligan drives past Marlborough defenders and scores. Photo by Robert Mingolelli
Trailing 14-10 after the first quarter, the No. 2 Crusaders (16-5), led by Hannah Wynn, outscored visiting Marlborough (14-8) 17-7 in the second quarter on their way to a 59-32 romp in a MIAA Girls Basketball Central Division 2 game. The senior captain tallied 13 of her game high 17 points before...
Senior David Scott (#1) had his game flowing against Grafton, pulling off a double-double (13 points/ 10 rebounds) in an MIAA Boys Basketball Central Division 2 game.. Photo by Robert Mingolelli
Senior David Scott had his game flowing against Grafton, pulling off a double-double in the No.3 Crusaders’ impressive 64-39 win over visiting No. 6 Grafton (11-9) in MIAA boys Basketball Central Division 2 Quarterfinal action.
Scott tallied 13 points and was immense on the boards grabbing 10...
MIAA Central Division 3 Boys Ice Hockey
GD 3, Westborough 0
Play Semifinal game against No. 1 seed Hudson (17-3-0) on Wednesday, March 6 at 7:30 at Wallace Civic Center, Fitchburg.
Groton-Dunstable/Tyngsboro junior Chloe Brush had an enjoyable day Wednesday at Wachusett...
G-D boys basketball Senior captain Evan Cook scored 22 points including the 1000th point of his high school career in the team's 51-38 decision over Hudson. Pictured with Evan is Groton-Dunstable varsity basketball coach, Greg Gillette. Photo by David Scott
In a recent game, Hannah Wynn and unidentified Nashoba player wrestle for ball possession. Abigail Eisenklam (left) lends a hand. Photo by Robert Mingolelli
GD 7, Wayland 4
Brendan Ferrari had three goals and an assist as Groton-Dunstable (10-8-1) qualified for the postseason with the decision over Wayland.
Ryan Cox (assists: Aidan Flood, Will Zinkann), Brendan Ferrari (assists: Deaglan Garside, Ben Rivet) and Will Zinkan (assists: Brendan...
Girls basketball manager Jackie Stiles, with her mother Mrs. Tracey Stiles, was recognized on senior night at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School. Photo by Robert Mingolelli