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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

 

Groton Dunstable junior Sydney Adams qualified for the state championship in the 2-mile. Courtesy photo

 

Groton Dunstable seniors Abby Eisenklam, Rachael Erickson, Lauren Hill, Jillian Van Pelt, Emma Wilson, Bronwyn Mulligan and Nicole Tammaro celebrate their final home game of the season. Photo Nancy Ohringer

 

Hockey • GD 4, No. Middlesex 0 Scoring: Will Kenny (goal), Cam Hardy (goal), Jacob Figueroa (2 goals), Mike Hamill (assist), Ian Maguire (2 assists), Nate Glencross (4 assists). Ryan Mosscrop made 20 saves. Records: GD (7-10-1), NM (5-8-3). • GD 5, Minnechaug 5 GD came back to score two...
The prestigious 81st Annual Clark Tournament will be held at Clark University in Worcester on February 16 – 22. The Tournament will feature sixteen Central Massachusetts teams selected and seeded through eligibility criteria and provides a quality experience for players, coaches and fans.      ...
The Groton-Dunstable Crusaders Hockey team has set the date for their 9th annual Military Night. This year’s game will be held on Wednesday February 19, at the Groton School hockey rink. The pre-game tribute to the communities’ veterans will begin at 6:45 p.m. The Crusaders will play the Auburn...
Dunstable’s Ben McEvoy (GDRHS 2017) was recently added to the roster of the UMass-Lowell Riverhawks Men's Hockey team. Ben has been working with the team as a goaltender over the last couple years and now finds himself playing in the top conference in the country, Hockey East. The Riverhawks are...

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