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SPORTS: Boys Basketball: Solid Effort Comes Up Short

Manny Payton (14 pts.) and Anthony Salome (12 pts.) combined for 26 points to lead visiting Fitchburg (3-0) past Groton-Dunstable, 49-39 in league crossover basketball action.

 

The Red Raiders came out running and gunning, taking a 15-0 lead before sophomore Cory Romich (14 pts.8 rebs.) scored a pair of buckets to get the Crusaders (0-2) on the boardlate in the quarter.

 

SCOREBOARD

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Groton-Dunstable 46, Oakmont 33                                       

Freshman forward Hannah Van Pelt had four points, 13 rebounds and four steals, and Lindsay Werner had 17 points, eight steals and six assists for the Crusaders (1-2), who upended the Spartans (0-2) in the consolation game of the Pete Trainor Memorial Tournament. Halftime: O 19, GD 17.

LETTERS: Greens Sale Thank You

Dear Editor:

The Groton Woman's Club thanks Russ Harris and the Groton Herald for its pre-sale coverage of our 8th Annual Greens Sale. Through the generous support of the community, the press, our club members and various donors, we are able to award several scholarships each year to qualified applicants from Groton Dunstable Regional High School, Nashoba Valley Tech and The Francis Parker Charter School.

FEATURES: Mystery of Contents of Town Safe from Auction Revealed

While not matching the suspense of Geraldo Rivera's Special on the opening of Al Capone's safe, the buyer of an unopened safe at town auction discovered $100 within. Although the buyer paid $150 for the safe at town auction, the suspense, mystery and anticipation before opening the safe was probably worth the $50 loss.

Winter Parking Regulations

Chief Donald L. Palma Jr. of the Groton Police Dept. would like to remind residents of Groton that Winter Parking Regulations are in effect. Article IV, Section 5 of the Town By-Laws prohibits parking on any public way for more than one (1) hour between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m. from Nov. 15 to April 15. Offenders will be issued parking tickets. Groton Police Dept. and Highway Dept. thank you for your cooperation.

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