Latest scores and action for varsity sports at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School.
GD 3, Nashoba 2
On May 30, the Crusaders (12-5, 6-2 Mid-Wach B) clinched the Mid-Wach B League title by defeating Nashoba (11-8, 5-3) in a nail biter of a game. JV Coach Joe Bisbee tweeted “Captain...
Scramble Summary 6/4/2019
First: Team 1 (35) Andy Palmer, Don Black, Leon Avey, Bill Harrington
Second: Team 11 (36) Tom Dunne, Jeff Ohringer, Ed Stracha, Jeff Demers
Third: Team 7 (36) Bill Ennis, Jack Mullin, Cheryl Williams, Bill NortonFourth: Team 6 (37) Bob Mingolelli, Ed Perkins, Jack...
Photos, clockwise from top: L-R: Ryan Cox, Luke Llodra, Tyler Dodge, Ryan Beals, Jackson Graham, Nathan Townsend and Michael Lawton were recognized on Senior Day prior to the lacrosse game against Ipswich; Julia Stathis (4) slides past the North Middlesex defense; Attackman Nathan Townsend kept up with his torrid pace scoring two more goals and assisted on another in a recent game against Westborough; Hanna Wynn (16) presses on past the North Middleset defense. -Photos by Robert Mingolelli
Wachusett 15, GD 2
Cassidy Heulings single, run scored; Emma Wilson double, run scored; Whitney Ellis 2 RBI single.
Oakmont 13, GD 1
GD 2, Oakmont 0
Kasey Griffiths went 2 for 3 with a run and Nate Glencross tossed a four-hit shutout as the visiting Crusaders beat the Spartans in...
Summary for 5/28/2019
1ST PLACE: Team 7 - Bill Ennis, Jack Mullin, Cheryl Williams, Dick Kennedy
2ND Place: Team 1 - Andy Palmer, Don Black, Leon Avey, Sub: Reaney Palmer
3rd place: Team 10 - Jim Williams, Jim Wheeler, Al Frazer, Babs DaSilva
Six months ago Boston Marathon Director Dave McGillivray had triple bypass surgery. He is pictured here after finishing this year’s Boston Marathon, his 47th.
On Sunday, June 2, at 6 p.m. Boston Marathon Director Dave McGillivray will add one more audience to the 1,900 he has already addressed as a motivational speaker. He will be speaking in the Richardson-Mees Performing Arts Center on the campus of Lawrence Academy.
The event is free and open to the...
Photos, clockwise from top left: In the past two games against Shrewsbury and Bromfield, Julia Stathis (#4, shooting on goal) scored 10 goals including the 100th of her career; Captain Emma Wilson in action at shortstop for the Crusaders; Shepherd Hill base runner slides safely into third base when the ball gets kicked loose from third baseman Niki Sannazarro; Jenna Beauchain is an imposing pitcher for the Crusaders girls softball team. Photos by Robert Mingolelli
Hudson 16, GD 0
Marlboro 18, GD 4
Whitney Ellis knocked in all four runs with a grand slam. Pitcher Jenna Beauchain struck out 4 batters and, offensively, had 2 hits. Cassidy Heulings had one hit.
GD 2, Hudson 1
Jared Whitby pitched 6 innings getting the win with Brendan...
Katherine Thompson of Groton is a member of the WPI women’s rowing team that captured its first NEWMAC Championship Saturday, Apr. 26 on Lake Quinsigamond. In addition to snapping an eight-year reign by Wellesley, the Crimson and Gray earned an invitation to the NCAA Division III Championships May...
Front Row L-R: Coach Lynne Keenan, Cassidy Heulings, Jr. Capt Emma Wilson, Sr. Capt. Nocolette Sannazzaro, Riley Heulings, Julia Howes, Susanna Majkut, Erin Jussaume. Back Row L- R: Jadyn Correia, Regan Flynn, Catherine Hann, Maya Barros, Becca Brennan, Jenna Beauchain, Sr. Capt. Whitney Ellis, Kana Norton.
The Groton-Dunstable softball team scored their first win of the season, defeating Fitchburg 11-9 on a rainy Monday afternoon better suited for Make Way for Ducklings. But the win was more than enough to send the girls home delirious with the taste of victory!
The hot bat of senior captain...
Boys from the U15 Groton-Dunstable Select Lacrosse Team experienced a new meaning of the word TEAM during the U.S. Postal Service’s National Letter Carriers' annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive at Loaves & Fishes on May 11. Residents from surrounding communities donated food and toiletries via...
Groton resident Bill Beresford retrieves his ball after his eagle on the ninth hole at Groton Country Club. His mammoth drive left him a mere 76 yards from the green where he deftly struck his second shot using a pitching wedge, and the rest is history.
Photo by Bob Anderson