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In a recent game, Hannah Wynn and unidentified Nashoba player wrestle for ball possession. Abigail Eisenklam (left) lends a hand. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

HOCKEY 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 */

Joe Bushnell soars down the lane in quarterfinal game at the Clark Tournament. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

By Robert Mingolelli Behind tenacious defense and solid offense from Evan Cook (18 points), Jacob Gavel (12 points) and Connor Keegan (12 points) Groton-Dunstable (16-4) defeated Millbury (12-8)  64-37 in the Clark Tournament Large School Division quarterfinals on Sunday night. Keegan was immense...

The following seniors were recognized at Senior Night Wednesday, February 13. They are a big reason for the Crusader varsity basketball team's success thus far this season. Back row: Joe Bushnell, Jacob Gavel, Connor Keegan and Brian Scott. Front row: Will Manzi, Evan Cook and Jared LeClerc. Photo by David Scott

GIRLS BASKETBALL GD 53, Leominster 44 Emma Wilson scored 16 of her 18 points in the second half including eight in the fourth quarter as the visiting Crusaders rallied to beat the Blue Devils. Bronwyn Mulligan (14 pts) and Jillian Van Pelt (10 pts) also contributed. GD 51, Fitchburg 28    Senior...
Quarterfinal: # 4 Groton-Dunstable vs. Millbury # 5 Feb. 17 at 6:00p.m. Location: Kneller Athletic Center at Clark University Worcester. Sunday, 02/17/2019 - Sat, 02/23/2019      The prestigious Clark Tournament is for teams in Central Massachusetts and includes a small school and large school...
By Robert Mingolelli   Friday, February 1 was the 50th anniversary of the undefeated 1969 Groton High School girls' basketball team.  The team went 10-0 in league play, and finished 16-0, including three wins by 3 points or fewer.  Back then, the games were played in the afternoon and the coach...

Emma Wilson (#3) scored 23 points and handed out 2 assists to lead the Crusaders past Shepherd Hill. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

Girls Basketball GD 66, Shepherd Hill 33 Emma Wilson scored 23 points and had 2 assists to boost the No. 6 Crusaders (11-4) past the visiting Rams (4-11). Senior captain Hannah Wynn added 11 points, 3 assists and 4 rebounds, and Jillian Van Pelt chipped in with 8 points, 4 steals and 2 assists.  GD...
By Robert Mingolelli   The annual Celebration of Girls and Women in Sport Day (GWS Day) was held on Friday, February 1, at the Great Hall at Faneuil Hall in Boston. This event is a formal but fun recognition day for high school female athletes and the adults who support and inspire them. This year’...
Senior Captain Lindsay Werner (Groton-Dunstable ’15) is closing in on 1,000 points for her college basketball career at Division 2 Merrimack College.  Lindsay was a third-team NE10 Conference selection last year as a junior and set school records for 3-point shots made in a single game (9) and for...

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