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Groton-Dunstable Regional High School Athlete of the Month, December 2017 - February 2018 DECEMBER Chris Watt-Boys Varsity Basketball Chloe McDonald-Girls Basketball Riley Oatten-Boys Indoor Track&Field Sydney Adams-Girls Indoor Track&Field Blake Lacombe-Varsitu Hockey Kendra Antcil-...

Groton-Dunstable girls in their losing effort against Hopkinton in district semi-finals. Hopkinton led throughout but G-D stayed close but not close enough. Both teams played with equal tenacity and great defense. Photo by Nancy Ohringer.

In a Division 2 Central quarterfinal girls basketball game, Rachel Romich led a balanced attack scoring 13 points, as top-seeded Groton-Dunstable earned a 62-38 victory against Milford (13-9).  “Our passing was off at the start with lots of turnovers,” said GD coach Mark Hennelly. “Nerves. But...

Evan Cook scored a team high 25 points in the Crusaders 72-64 decision over Burncoat in MIAA District first round action. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

Despite a game high 23 points from Connor Keegan the Crusaders (12-10) fell to Shepherd Hill, 61-51 in an MIAA Central Mass. Division 2 quarterfinal. Cody Adams (18 points), Jason O'Regan (14) and Kenny Flynn (13) provided much of the offense for the Rams.  */
Hear that home phone ringing after supper? Please pick up and support your GD Athletic Booster Club! Starting March 6, student athletes will be making their annual calls to Groton and Dunstable homes, 7-8:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday evenings for 3 weeks. This is the major fund-raiser for the...
Merrimack College junior Lindsay Werner’s 63rd three-pointer of the season, set a new single-season program record on Jan. 27. The former GD all-star basketball player dropped 12 points to help Merrimack (15-12) overtake St. Rose at home. Lindsay (15.4 ppg) currently ranks 6th in Northeast 10...
Sean Holly of Groton played on the Colby College men’s hockey team that won the New England Small College Athletic Conference men’s hockey title March 4. */

Chris Watt (#35) pulls down a rebound in MIAA District game. The talented senior scored 10 points in Groton-Dunstable's win over Burncoat  Connor Keegan (#25) and Evan Cook look to help. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

Junior Evan Cook poured in 25 points and added nine rebounds to help No. 7 Groton-Dunstable (12-9) escape No. 10 Burncoat (7-14) in first round MIAA Central Division 2 playoffs action. The  game was played at Westford Academy.  The Patriots play in the challenging Worcester Inter High Division and...
After dispatching Grafton 64-52 in the quarter-final game, Groton-Dunstable fell to Mid-Wach B rival Westborough, 54-43 in a Large School Semi-final game at the 79th Annual Clark Tournament.  The Rangers were led by Matt Doherty (14 pts), Mike Doherty (13 pts, 7 rebs, 6 assists) and Jack Lantene (...

Tyngsborough/Groton-Dunstable swim team member Kaylin Carpenter competed at Boston University in the States on Saturday, February 17. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

Girls Basketball GD 61, Leominster 34  Rachel Romich (14 pts), Hannah Wynn (13 pts), Nicole Tammaro (9 pts) and Bronwyn Mulligan (8 pts) provided the offense in the Crusaders’ final regular season game. Records: GD (18-2); LHS (11-8). The Crusaders have secured the number 1seed in Division 2 in the...
The Thomas D. Hartnett Memorial Golf Classic well be held at the Groton Country Club on Sunday, May 20 with registration at noon and a Shotgun Scramble at 1 p.m. All proceeds from this year’s Classic will go to establish the Thomas D. Hartnett Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund. An awards dinner will...

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