Sixth Grade girls Travel Team. L-R: Kaitlyn Haggerty, Sloane Casavecchia, Bridget Houle, Mackenzie Pauly, Coach Brittany Hutchinson, Audrey Wiercinski, Ella Trawick, Catie Rider, Sydney Gilmore. Missing from picture: Aubrey Stark. (Courtesy photo)
By Robert Mingolelli
On February 8, Endicott Women’s Basketball team hosted the GDYBL 6th grade girls Travel Team at their game against Roger Williams University. It was a fantastic afternoon of basketball for the younger girls, who met with Endicott Coach Brittany Hutchinson prior to the...
2016 Groton-Dunstable graduate Sarah Woods was recently named captain of the 2020 Clark University softball team. Former Lowell Sun Player of the year, now a senior majoring in psychology, Sarah is a four-year starter for the Clark Cougars. Upon graduation she will be attending graduate school to be a licensed school adjustment counselor. Sarah is the daughter of Keith and Maureen Woods. (Courtesy photo)
Chloe Brush, was first in the Slalom and second in GS, and was the overall winner at the states Wednesday, March 4 (after the Herald had gone to print). Will Thompson placed seventh in the slalom for the boys. L to R: Chloe Brush with several teammates at a recent meet. Mary Vincent, Amy Dejardins (blue coat), Carolyn Mullins (#4), Kat Irby, Will Thompson and George Lowney (#5). Photo courtesy Robert Mingolelli
by Robert Stewart
The effort to construct an artificial turf field at the Groton- Dunstable Regional High School has slowed almost to a halt and the project faces formidable obstacles primarily financial if it is to come to fruition.
GD@Play, the nonprofit organization which brought...
March 4, 9:30 a.m. at Berkshire East Ski Resort, Charlemont. Representing Groton-Dunstable/Tyngsborough were Will Thompson (top photo) and Chloe Brush (bottom photo) competing against the best high school alpine skiers in the state. There were 146 skiers in the boys race and 145 in the girls...
MIAA Tournament Results
Girls Basketball Central Mass. Division 2 Quarterfinal: Marlborough 45, G-D 39
The Panthers defeated G-D (13-10) in both meetings during the regular season and you hoped that the third time would be a charm. It almost was.
The Crusaders held an 11 point lead at...
"The execution was not text book but the results were a pulse pounding OT 44-43 win for Groton- Dunstable (17-5) in the prestigious 81st Clark Tournament played at the Kneller Athletic Center in Worcester on Saturday night. For No. 5 seed GD, it was the first championship in the Clark Large School Division since 2010 when some of these players were just putting aside their Legos and starting to play round ball." Excerpt from story by Robert Mingolelli. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.
by Robert Mingolelli
The execution was not textbook but the results were a pulse pounding OT 44-43 win for Groton-Dunstable (17-5) in the prestigious 81st Clark Tournament played at the Kneller Athletic Center in Worcester on Saturday night..
For No. 5 seed GD, it was the first...
The Groton-Dunstable Crusaders Hockey team celebrated the ninth annual Military Night on Wednesday February 19. This year's game was held at the Groton School hockey rink with proceeds to benefit the Sgt. William J. Woitowicz Memorial Fund. Photo by John MacLeod
by Robert Mingolelli
Deaglen Garside (goal, assist), Gavin lily (goal, assist), Ian Maguire (assist), Brendan Ferrari (hat trick), Alex Cianci (3 assists), Nate Glencross (2 assists). Cru- saders went 4-0-1 in their last 5 games, outscoring opponents 27-13. Records: GD (8-10-2, 2-5- 1 Roy...
Boys Basketball: Clark Tournament
Semifinal: GD 59, Bartlett 48
No.5 Groton Dunstable surprised No. 1 Bartlett (18-2) with a solid defensive effort and offense from Tim Stark, 16 points and 12 rebounds, 10 points, 10 rebounds from Joe O’Malley and 19 points from Kyle Plausse. Leading 28-24 at...
Groton Dunstable Varsity basketball team and parents celebrated senior night. L-R: Charles Willis, Tim Stark, Tristan Chase, Elias Jiser and Joe O'Malley. Photo by Robert Mingolelli