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In what was senior night for Groton-Dunstable football, Fitchburg played the spoiler. GD, who came into the game with a 3-3 record and needed a win to qualify for playoffs, got absolutely pummeled by the visiting Red Raiders, losing the game 42-14. The game started off the same way it finished,...
Volleyball GD 3, Marlborough 0  Still undefeated! The Crusaders played a dominate match, sweeping visiting Marlboro 3-0. Set scores were 25-10, 25-13, and 25-12. Brecken Gingras-Jodice ( 6 aces, 5 kills), Callie McPherson ( 3 kills, 4 blocks), Peter White (5 aces , 9 digs), and Lily Blodgett (7...

The play of Carolyn Mullins (#30) is one of the reasons for the G-D volleyball team's success. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

*/ The Crusaders volleyball team improved to an impressive 15-0 with their comeback win over  North Middlesex this past Monday.    Stats for the last 3 games: • GD 3, Ayer-Shirley 0 Set scores: 25-11, 25-13, and 25-12. Carolyn Mullins ( 9 kills). Erin Welch and Alexis Millet each had 4 aces;...
*/ After 41 years coaching, legendary Bromfield boys’ soccer coach Tom Hill will retire at the end of the year. Under Hill, Bromfield went to the Central Mass. finals 26 times, 19 district titles, state final 11 times, eight state championships. Hill ranks second in the state with 633 victories...

Groton-Dunstable’s Peter Ho (#16) and unidentified Bromfield player race for ball possession in Saturdays soccer match. Unfortunately for GD, the Trojans prevailed taking a 3-0 victory. Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

FIELD HOCKEY Algonquin 5, GD 0  GD 6, Fitchburg 1 Scoring: Sarah Figueroa (2 goals, assist), Noelle St.Germain (2 goals), Hannah Erickson (goal), Rachel Romich (goal), Brooke Towle (assist). Ashleigh Siciliano 3 saves. Sarah Willcox had an outstanding game at defense. Records: GD (4-8, 2-3 Mid-Wach...
     Despite strong efforts and timely surges, the Groton-Dunstable boys soccer team was defeated by Westborough by a score of 2-1 on Tuesday evening. It was a game filled with tight defense, spurting offensive pushes, and a constant battle at midfield.       It was the theme from the very...

Captain Kyle Battles converted all six of his extra-point attempts in Crusaders 42-30 win over Weston! Photo by Robert Mingolelli.

GIRLS SOCCER Nashoba Regional 5, GD 2 Sophomore Nicole Tammaro scored twice for the Crusaders. Records: No. 2 Nashoba (7-1-1, 3-0 Mid-Wach B); GD (3-6-2, 0-4). Westborough 6, GD 1. Jackie Forbes (goal) for the Crusaders Records: Rangers (7-3-2, 2-2-1 Mid-Wach B), GD (3-7-2, 0-5) BOYS SOCCER Nashoba...
    Results of the Groton Senior Golf League End-of-the-Year Tournament:   Flight A: 1st Low Gross – Andy Palmer 1st   Low NET – Jerry Lubenau   Flight B: 1st Low Gross – Bill Beresford 1st Low NET – Nancy Cappallo   Flight C: 1st Low Gross – Paul Egan 1st Low Net – Tom Pelton   Flight D: 1 st...
    Sun 22 Oct 2017 1:00-3:00 PM Enjoy a free guided hike at the Groton Hills with a member of the Groton Trails Committee. This walk has it all, including deep woods, open fields, beaver ponds, and a 500 foot hill with good views. Meet at the end of Kaileys Way, at GPS 42.62245N 71.54062W. */
*/      Join Al Futterman, Land Programs Director for the Nashua River Watershed Association (NRWA), for a guided walk at Lane Conservation Area in Lunenburg, Wednesday, Oct. 25, from 4-5:30 p.m. Lane Conservation Area includes excellent wildlife habitat, including 1.25 miles of the Mulpus Brook...

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