Sports

Nine boys and girls representing Sister Lydia Longley Madeleine, Council No. 13140 of Our Lady of Grace Parish traveled to Nichols College March 18 to compete in the Knights of Columbus Central Massachusetts Regional Free Throw Competition.  These young competitors had previously won the local and...
PGA Professionals in the greater Lowell area are offering PGA Junior League Golf, a fun and social opportunity that gives boys and girls ages 13 and under of all abilities the opportunity to learn, play and enjoy the game of golf. Parents can visit PGAJLG.com/TeamGolf to learn more, find a team and...
At the recent Groton-Dunstable School Committee meeting Athletic Director Michael McCaffrey gave his annual update of athletic activities at the school. Although McCaffrey’s talk covered some wide-ranging topics such as the award-winning concussion awareness program at the high school and some of...
PGA Professionals in the greater Lowell area are offering PGA Junior League Golf, a fun and social opportunity that gives boys and girls ages 13 and under of all abilities the opportunity to learn, play and enjoy the game of golf. Parents can visit PGAJLG.com/TeamGolf to learn more, find a team...
GDRHS winter teams final standings: boys and girls basketball lead the pack with stellar seasons. • Boys Basketball MidWach B LEAGUE ALL Nashoba 6-2 17-4 Marlborough 6-2 12-95-3 17-4 Westborough 3-5 14-8 Fitchburg 0-8 6-14 • Girls Basketball LEAGUE ALL Groton-Dunstable 7-1 16-5 Marlborough 6-2 16-6...

G-D’s sophomore guard Evan Cook looks to inbound the ball to teammates seniors Gavin Keough or Tyler LeClerc with limited options as Nashoba’s strong and stingy defense is evident, a scene played out throughout the game as Nashoba’s relentless defense was a huge factor in their 59-47 win over G-D Saturday night at the DII CMass final game at WPI. Photo Courtesy of Nancy Ohringer.

The fan sections for either side were packed Saturday night at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. In what was for the most part a closely contested matchup became a tough night for the GD boys, as they just were not able to keep pace with the rival Chieftains long enough and lost by a score of 59-47...
Volunteers are needed during April school vacation week, April 17 -21, to assist at a bike camp in Groton for children with special needs. Emerson Hospital’s Center for Rehabilitative and Sports Therapies is hosting the second annual camp, called iCan Shine, open to people who are at least eight...
Congratulations to Groton-Dunstable’s Emily Brush who won the Girls Slalom with a time of 39.68 at the MIAA Alpine State Meet held at Wachusett Mountain on March 7. She placed fifth in the Giant Slalom (57.96).

Senior captain Tyler LeClerc (# 3) drives the lane in recent Central Mass. Division 2 quarterfinal game against Westborough.The Crusaders defeated the Rangers 62-58 and played Medway in a semifinal game this past Tuesday at WPI. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

Groton Dunstable High School's Boys Basketball took two giant steps to make it to the finals, overpowering Westborough in the Quarterfinal game and Medway in the Semifinal. Two accounts of the games, by veteran Groton Herald sports editor Robert Mingolelli, and new sports maven Jesse Dutile: • ...
GD Senior captain Hannah Van Pelt scored a game high 20 points but Marlborough prevailed, upsetting Groton-Dunstable in an MIAA central Mass quarterfinal game. In the photo, Eli Eisenklam (Left) and Marlborough center Jill Petrie take the opening tip in the recent MIAA quarterfinal game. Photo by...

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