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No. 4 Groton-Dunstable improved to 11-1 with a convincing 68-20 win over visiting Westborough (5-8). GD led at every stop getting contributions from all 12 players. Rachel Romich led all scorers with 11 points, 3 assists and 4 steals. Sophomore forward Abby Eisenklam tallied 10 points off the bench...
  Ice Hockey Auburn/Milbury 3, GD 2 Westfield/Westfield Tech 2, GD 0 Boys Basketball GD junior guard Evan Cook scored 19 points, Brian Scott (15 pts.) and Connor Keegan added 13 points  for the visiting Crusaders (7-6, 4-3 Mid-Wach B), who came from behind late in the fourth quarter to defeat  No....

This photo was taken after the Westborough swim meet in a ceremony recognizing the TGD Seniors (* Designates Captain). Ethan Axon*, Kaylin Carpenter*, Lauren Devlin*, Sarah Figueroa*, Allison Lilly, Ben Mason*, Haley Miller, Margaret Murray, Joe Nichols*, Grace Rice*, Brooke Towle. Photo courtesy of Greg Sarantakis

Sophomore forward Bronwynn Mulligan drives the lane, scoring two of her six points in Crusaders 49-38 win over Nashoba. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

HOCKEY Nashoba Regional 4, GD 2 GD 6, Oakmont 1 Tim Glencross led the way with a hat trick.   GIRLS BASKETBALL Shepherd Hill 61, GD 49 Crusaders’ unbeaten streak ended at Shepherd Hill when they fell to the No.2 Rams, 61-48. Molly Springer (19 pts), and Isabella Nascimento (16 pts.) led Shepherd...
Rams’ Cody Adams led all scorers with 25 points followed by Kenny Flynn (16 points), Daniel Cavic (12 pts.) and (Jason O’Regan 11 pts. 8 rebounds) to help visiting Shepherd Hill (8-4) past Groton-Dunstable  (6-5) 69-51 in a non-league game. Evan Cook (18 points, 6 rebounds) and Connor Keegan (10...
All boys and girls ages nine to 14 are invited to participate in the local level of competition for the 2018 Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship. The local competition will be held Sunday, January 28 from 1-4 p.m. at the Peter Twomey Youth Center, located behind Groton-Dunstable Regional...
In a battle for first place in Mid-Wach B, No. 4 Groton-Dunstable survived No. 5 Nashoba, 48-39. Going into the GD/Nashoba game, I expected a high scoring affair with undefeated GD (8-0) averaging almost 60 points per game and Nashoba (7-2), a tick below averaging 51 per outing. Nashoba’s two...

L-R: Sonoma Stea, Kendra Anctil. Tori Gromann, Nastia Subaciute, Erin Woodle, Olivia Teh, Sarah Bushnell, and Erin Kaufman. Rachel Dibona is not included in the photo. This year we have  Tri-captains, Erin Woodle, Rachel Dibona and Nastia Subaciute leading our team. The coach is Bill Kane. Photo courtesy of Pia Anctil.

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In the recent Mass. Bay West Ski League’s giant slalom race at Nashoba Valley Ski Area, Groton-Dunstable sophomore Chloe Brush placed 3rd out of 82 girls. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

Hockey Shrewsbury 5, GD 3 Liam Quinlivan (3 goals, assist), Conall Persechino (2 assists) led Shrewsbury past GD. Matt Carroll (assist: Andrew Berube), Liam McDonugh (assists: Nate Glencross, Michael Lawton) and Alex Cianci (assists: Jared Breton, Liam McDonough)scored for the Crusaders. Records:...
For those keeping score, Saturday, January 13 was quite a day for our local teams with the Crusaders, Bruins and Patriots all coming from behind to take victories against, respectively Hudson, Canadiens and Titans. In HS ice hockey, GD trailed 1-0 starting the third period before exploding for...

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