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The Groton-Dunstable hockey team defeated Marlborough 5-2 in a Central Mass. Division 3 semifinal game on Wednesday night. Connor Maguire (assist CJ Kenny) and Alan Haynes (assist Matt Ovenden) put the Crusaders up 2-0 in the first period. But Marlborough scored two powerplay goals in the second to...
Stephen Miller of Groton has registered for the Charles River Watershed Association's (CRWA) 31st annual Run of the Charles Canoe and Kayak Race scheduled for Sunday, April 28. The race, which celebrates ongoing improvements of Charles River, draws approximately 1,500 paddlers and thousands of...
I can't remember the last time Groton-Dunstable Regional HS boys and girls varsity basketball teams were not playing in post season tournaments. Attending those games used to make winters so much more enjoyable. Fortunately, there is a multitude of sporting venues still available for sport...
Groton-Dunstable, winners of the Division 3A State Hockey Championship last year,  playing their first season in Division 3, finished 6-0-2, 15-1-4 overall, claimed the number 1 seed in the MIAA 2013 Boys Ice Hockey - Central Division 3 brackets. The Crusaders have a first round bye and will play...
Register for Groton-Dunstable Youth Softball League! All girls in Pre-K-ninth grade are welcome. It's a great way to learn teamwork, gain confidence and have fun. Previous softball experience not required. Cost per player $70 for grades PreK-two and $80 for grades three - nine.
Eight boys and girls from Groton and surrounding towns, ages 10-14, were named local champions of the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest and have earned the right to compete at the District level. Sister Lydia Longley Madeleine, Council No. 13140 in Groton, sponsored the local competition held...
Sophomore Drew Moore hit a three-pointer at the buzzer to lift host Groton-Dunstable to a 61-60 shocker over Westborough in Midland B action last Thursday night. GD entered the fourth quarter down seven points but these kids just don't quit. "They just work so hard," said Coach Keith Woods. It...
With their 7-1 win over Leominster, Groton-Dunstable clinched the Central Mass. Roy Division title with an overall 14-1-2 record. The Crusaders are Division 3A state champions and this year, are playing their first season in Division 3. Seven different goal scorers for GD including Justin Cole,...
Led by UMass Lowell bound Rachel McCarron (15 pts, 8 rebs, 3 stls), Groton-Dunstable (8-9, 5-5 Midland B) took a 42-33 decision over visiting Marlborough. GD's Lindsay Werner and Riley Rogers each added 8 points, while senior Leanne Mueller added six points and several key rebounds coming off the...
In a non-conference hockey game, CJ Kenny, Derek March and Brad Zadrozny scored two goals each to fuel Groton-Dunstable's 8-0 shutout over Nashoba Regional at the Groton School Rink. Michael Keating and Adam Kmetz tallied one goal each as the Crusaders improved to 5-0-1 in the Roy Conference and 13...

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