Fifteen international players from 11 countries participated in last season’s Final Four college basketball championship. None was from Cuba. There was an American who played in the Cuban equivalent of the NCAA Tournament. That would be me, the guy nervously standing at attention for the Cuban...
Led by senior Emily Wilson (holding plaque), undefeated Groton-Dunstable won the girls cross country championship for the fourth year in a row. Bottom L-R: Mia Garibotto, Meagan Odell, Julianna Higgins, Emily Willson, Brenna Cox, Claire Puranananda. Top L-R: Allie Demers, Sarah Maple, Sarah...
Off to a three and eight start, Groton Dunstable field hockey regrouped, ran off six straight wins and qualified for the post season with a 9-9 record, the first trip since 2011. Photo by Robert Mingolelli
GD 4, Leominster 2
Hannah Barnes (goal, assist: Noelle St. Germain), Emily Hauk (goal, unassisted), Erin Keough (goal, unassisted), Hannah Barnes (goal, ps.), Anne Madden (8 saves).
GD 1, No. Middlesex 0
Brooke Towle scored the goal on a feed from Hannah Barnes. Anne Madden was...
In a recent field hockey game, Katelyn McKeil, (#1) clears ball after an Annie Madden save. Hannah Erickson (#25) looks on. GD , with a 6-8, 4-3 Mid-Wach B record, must win two of their remaining three games to qualify for the post season. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.
On a winning streak, Groton-Dunstable Field Hockey needs to win two out of their remaining three games against Leominster, No. Middlesex and Nashoba in order to qualify for the district post season.
Results of recent games:
GD 2, Westborough 1
Rachel Romich (goal, assist), Noelle St. Germain (...
G-D Golfers, L-R: Jim Willson, Jackie Styles, Isabelle Premkumar, Luke LLodra, Ben Rivet, Jared LeClerc and Luke Liodra. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.
Algonquin edged out St. John’s of Shrewsbury in a tiebreaker for the Division 1 Central sectional title at the par-72 Highfields Golf & Country Club in Grafton on Monday. Groton Dunstable placed fourth out of the nine total teams. Leading the way for the Crusaders were Jared LeClerc (...
In what was senior night for Groton-Dunstable football, Fitchburg played the spoiler. GD, who came into the game with a 3-3 record and needed a win to qualify for playoffs, got absolutely pummeled by the visiting Red Raiders, losing the game 42-14.
The game started off the same way it finished,...
GD 3, Marlborough 0
Still undefeated! The Crusaders played a dominate match, sweeping visiting Marlboro 3-0. Set scores were 25-10, 25-13, and 25-12. Brecken Gingras-Jodice ( 6 aces, 5 kills), Callie McPherson ( 3 kills, 4 blocks), Peter White (5 aces , 9 digs), and Lily Blodgett (7...
The play of Carolyn Mullins (#30) is one of the reasons for the G-D volleyball team's success. Photo by Robert Mingolelli
The Crusaders volleyball team improved to an impressive 15-0 with their comeback win over North Middlesex this past Monday.
Stats for the last 3 games:
• GD 3, Ayer-Shirley 0
Set scores: 25-11, 25-13, and 25-12. Carolyn Mullins ( 9 kills). Erin Welch and Alexis Millet each had 4 aces;...
After 41 years coaching, legendary Bromfield boys’ soccer coach Tom Hill will retire at the end of the year. Under Hill, Bromfield went to the Central Mass. finals 26 times, 19 district titles, state final 11 times, eight state championships. Hill ranks second in the state with 633 victories...
Groton-Dunstable’s Peter Ho (#16) and unidentified Bromfield player race for ball possession in Saturdays soccer match. Unfortunately for GD, the Trojans prevailed taking a 3-0 victory. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.
Algonquin 5, GD 0
GD 6, Fitchburg 1
Scoring: Sarah Figueroa (2 goals, assist), Noelle St.Germain (2 goals), Hannah Erickson (goal), Rachel Romich (goal), Brooke Towle (assist). Ashleigh Siciliano 3 saves. Sarah Willcox had an outstanding game at defense. Records: GD (4-8, 2-3 Mid-Wach...