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Crusaders Win Clark Tournament 44-43 in OT

"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.

 

Charles Willis (#12) takes the opening tap-off in Clark Tournament game against Westborough. Willis scored a season high 13 points against the Rangers. "Obviously a great game tonight," shared Groton Dunsta

 

Senior basketball captain Joe O'Malley (#24) drives past Westborough senior captain Alex Badger in Clark Tournament action. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

 

Exuberance! The scoreboad tells the story. 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..

Hockey Team Shows Grit, Battles Back

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 Conf.), Aub (7-11-2, 2-5-1 Quinn Conf.)

Rabies Clinic

Each year Nashoba Associated Boards of Health in cooperation with local veterinarians provide rabies immunization clinics for the residents of member towns. A Rabies Clinic is scheduled for Groton and Dunstable, Saturday, April 11 from noon to 1 p.m. at the Groton Fire Station, 45 Farmers Row.

Groton Community School's Annual Open House March 1

Groton Community School, currently located at 14 Main Street in Groton will host its annual Open House from 1 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 1, 2020.
     Please join us to learn more about our Toddler Twos, Preschool, Pre-K and Kindergarten programs, as we approach our 75th year serving children and families in the community! Half Day, Full Day and Extended Day options are available.

Indian Hill Events

INDIAN HILL MUSIC ‘DISCOVERY LECTURE’ 
“Art of the Fugue” Composer/pianist/educator Eric Kamen explains how this beautifully engineered music form creates a complex yet appealing sound that raises the bar of composition and listening to its highest level: Tuesday, March 3 at noon. ADMISSION: $10 (Free for Indian Hill Music students.) Bring your lunch!

Groton Grange Speaker Series

Kayleigh Boyle, manager of the organic, no-till farm at Gibbet Hill in Groton will be the guest speaker at Groton Grange's lecture series on Tuesday, March 24 at 7 p.m. Groton Grange #7 is located at 80 Champney St. Parking allowed only on the Grange side of Champney St.

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