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Joe Simeone gets a lift from class and teammates Robby Dermody, Jack O’Neil, Justin Flanagan, Jacob Hickman, Dean Tornaridis and Natt Naughton. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

UConn-bound Joe Simeone, who was instrumental in last year’s Groton-Dunstable High School's undefeated baseball season, recently signed a letter of intent to pitch for the University of Connecticut Huskies. “We knew Joe had some excellent tools coming in as a freshman,” said varsity baseball coach...

#127 Meagan Odell,# 123 Julianna Higgins, #129 Emily Willson, Back-Sarah Mullins, Allie Demers, Brenna Cox are off and running at the MIAA Division 1 Girls State Cross Country Championship. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

This past Saturday the Groton Dunstable girls cross country team ran in the MIAA Division 1 State Championship held at the Gardner Municipal Golf course. The course was demanding. Emily Willson finished 17th (167 runners) running the 3.1 mile course in 20:08. “The course was tough, all hills and...
Wachusett (60 points) won the CMass title for the 18th time. Groton-Dunstable was second (92 points), Algonquin (106). The three teams will compete at the All-State Meet at Gardner Municipal CC Saturday, Nov. 19. Time of game was not announced at press time. Emily Willson- 5th (20:04) C-MA All...
The Groton Dunstable Crusaders host the Tyngsboro Tigers at Groton Dunstable Regional High School on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24, at 10 a.m.
All the scores for Groton-Dunstable High School and Lawrence Academy varsity teams. • Groton-Dunstable FOOTBALL G-D 36, Westborough 15 UNIFIED BASKETBALL 11/14/16 GD vs. Marlborough GD 42, Marlborough 26. Freddy Yuasa (16 points), Walter Campbell (12 points).Hannah Dean (6 points), Alex Phanord (6...

A. J. Dillon

Lawrence Academy senior Algiers Jameal Dillon, from New London, Connecticut who has committed to Michigan, hopes to fulfill his dream of playing in the National Football League. Mature beyond his years, Dillon is taking advantage of the educational and athletic opportunities he is afforded at LA....
GD@Play, the local non-profit group hoping to replace the current high school stadium playing surface with artificial turf, held its first public information session to present the details of its proposal. Although the overarching goal and the process of the group have not changed since a previous...
The Groton-Dunstable girls varsity soccer team celebrated Senior Night on Monday, October 31. After a challenging year, and a hard-fought battle and final home game against Leominster, the girls had a wonderful celebration for the twelve seniors and their families, pictured from left to right, ...

Groton-Dunstable junior Kyle Battles kicked the extra point despite the efforts of unidentified Shepherd Hill defender. Logan Higgins five-yard touchdown run and Battles PAT in the second quarter had the Crusaders ahead but the Rams responded scoring three consecutive TDs and went on to a win, 35-21. See story page 6. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

In what turned out to be a high scoring game, the Groton-Dunstable football team was not able to finish on top last Friday night. The Rams offense proved to be the x-factor throughout the contest.   What some thought to be a dynamic first quarter, there was not an ounce of scoring in it. Both teams...

Grace Harlan. Photo Courtesy of LA

To champion excellence in academics and the arts, in athletics, and in residential life. ( Taken from the Lawrence Academy mission statement).  “We are not a one dimensional school but try to develop well prepared students for a full, positive experience after college or whichever career they...

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