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*/      Join Al Futterman, Land Programs Director for the Nashua River Watershed Association (NRWA), for a guided walk at Lane Conservation Area in Lunenburg, Wednesday, Oct. 25, from 4-5:30 p.m. Lane Conservation Area includes excellent wildlife habitat, including 1.25 miles of the Mulpus Brook...

L-R:  Erin Keough (#15), Katelyn McKiel (#1), Hannah Erickson (#25) move in to clear the ball after save by goalie Annie Madden. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

GOLF GD 43, Fitchburg 11 Patrick O’Reilly, nick named Dr P, and Matt Gingras both carded 5-over 40 at GCC to help the Crusaders get by Fitchburg. Jackie Stiles 41, Harrison Southwick 42, Luke Llodra 42 and Ben Rivet  46.  GD 28.5, Shepherd Hill 25.5  Medalist Jared LeClerc’s carded a 2-over 37 at...
Groton Town Forest Trail Race, sponsored by the Squannacook River Runners, part of the WMAC’s Grand Tree Trail Race Series, will be held Sunday, October 15 at 163 West Main Street, Groton. Races start at 12:30 p.m. for the 9.5-mile and 12:40 p.m. for the 3.4-mile. Tour the scenic Groton Town Forest...
  1st place:Team 2 (33)  Charlie Valacer, Phil Horgan, Sub Steve Donovan, Sub Marty Moore 2nd  place: Team 9 (35)  Tom Dunne, Jerry Lubenau, Don Black, Joyce McGuane 3rd place: Team 8 (35) Jack Feeney, Bob Mosscrop, Sub, Jim Williams, Sub Reaney Palmer */

Senior goalie Mitch Hardy did everything he could to keep Westford from scoring but the Grey Ghosts prevailed, taking a 5-2 decision over host Groton Dunstable. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

*/    The Groton-Dunstable boys soccer team was defeated by Westford on Saturday by a score of 5-2. It has been a learning season for the Crusaders, as they have not been experiencing the success that has been achieved in the more recent years of the program.    Getting right into the game, the...
Golf GD 41, No. Middlesex 13  Jared LeClerc carded a 1-over 36 while leading the way for Groton-Dunstable in this Mid-Wach B match at Townsend Ridge CC. James Willson (39), Isabelle Premkumar (41) and Ben Rivet (42) also played well for the Crusaders (4-2, 2-0 Mid-Wach B). GD 37, Marlborough 17...
*/    Emily Hauk (#11) goes on the offense in recent field hockey game. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.   */ */
*/ Groton-Dunstable’s Rachel Romich (pictured) scored the team's lone goal in a 3-1 loss to Westborough.   “Rachel had a fantastic game,” shared varsity field hockey coach Rachel Connerty. "She scored and had an outstanding game along with Avery Dichter and Brooke Towle,” Connerty added.  ...

Groton-Dunstable defeated North Middlesex 42-8 in the annual Homecoming weekend. Senior captain Shamus Gelinas #9 gained 131 yards and scored 5 touchdowns to help lead Groton-Dunstable to a 42-8 win over visiting North Middlesex. Junior Jake Willard (#78) blocks for Gelinas on one of his TDs. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

   Boys Soccer */ Westborough 6, GD OGD 1, Dracut 0 Sophomore Simon Chandler finished a through ball from senior Drew Stone in the 30th minute to lead the Crusaders to their first win of the season. Senior Mitch Hardy made 6 saves. GD received great play from seniors Adam Elsmari, Sam Enke and...

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