Recent news and action for Groton Dunstable High and Lawrence Academy varsity athletes and teams, including the Groton School Lawrence Academy Hockey Tournament. Sports Update: Lawrence Academy senior DJ Dillon, who recently signed a letter of intent to play football at Michigan, de-committed and...
Tyler LeClerc drives to the basket against North Middlesex defender. Crusader Gavin Keough (back, right) looks on.

The 2016-17 Groton-Dunstable Girls Varsity Basketball team including manager Peter White. First Row l-r: Cary Peregoy, Jillian Van Pelt, Chloe McDonald, Nikki Eggimann, Brielle LeClerc, Claire Grigglestone. Back Row l-r:  Jordan Wynn, Ellie Eisenklam, Bronwyn Mulligan, Abby Hoey, Nicole Tammaro, Hanna Van Pelt, Rachel Romich, Hannah Wynn. On the ground... Manager Peter White. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

The weather outside is frightful, so school sports action moves indoors for the next few months. Time to get your indoor track, basketball and ice hockey on. Indoor Track Sat. Dec. 10 at 9 a.m. vs. Nashoba Regional at Shrewsbury HS Boys Basketball Sun. Dec. 11, 12:30 p.m. vs Sabis International in...
To borrow the postman’s mantra, neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow will keep Groton-Dunstable's Sarah Mullins, Julianna Higgins, Emma Fournier, Kelsey Beausoleil, and Taryn Emerle from getting their running in as they prepare for a track and field meet this Saturday. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.
Groton-Dunstable 2016 graduate freshman forward Matthew Krikorian was recently tabbed Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) DIII New England Men’s Soccer Rookie of the Year as announced by the conference office earlier this week. In addition, Krikorian was also named to the ECAC Dvision III...
Wins for Lawrence Academy teams on 12/03: boys basketball, boys wrestling, and girls hockey teams. • Varsity Boys’ Basketball @ Lawrence Academy Lawrence Academy - 74 Holderness School - 68 • Varsity Wrestling @ Governor’s Academy Lawrence Academy - 18 Governor’s Academy - 50 Lawrence Academy - 33...
It was a game to boast about for the Crusaders, as they came away with a hard-fought and well earned victory over the Tyngsborough Tigers. With the win, the Crusaders have now defeated Tyngsborough in the annual Thanksgiving game 7 years in a row, demonstrating consistency in what is perhaps their...

Groton –Dunstable student athletes attended the 23rd annual MIAA Leadership Summit held at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA. (L to R) Front Row Zach Coveno, Gavin Keough, Chris LattiniBack Row Athletic Director, Mike McCaffrey, Hanna Van Pelt, Samantha Smith,  Sophie Irby, Emily Wilson. Not pictured - George Colarullo. Courtesy photo.

Team -League -Overall Volleyball 7-3, 11-9 Boys Golf 5-3, 9-7 Girls X-C 4-0, 5-0 Boys X-C 2-2, 3-2 Field Hockey 2-5-1, 4-10-3 Girls Soccer 0-5-1, 2-12-3 Boys Soccer 0-6, 7-8-3 *Football 1-3, 3-7 (*1 game remaining)
The Groton Dunstable Crusaders host the Tyngsboro Tigers at Groton Dunstable Regional High School on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24, at 10 a.m.


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