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Hockey Nashoba 3, GD 0 Boys Basketball GD 56, Marlborough 41    Zach Romich scored 21 points, while Gus Tisdale and Matt Fuccione each had 11 to lift the host Crusaders (5-10, 4-6 Mid-Wach B). Adding to the scoring were John Madigan (6 pts), Cam Barlow and Landon Neacey 3 points each. Ryan Dillon...

Landen Neacy hits the jumper in G-D's win over Marlborough. Photos by Matt Detora


(Left) G-D Boys Varsity Hockey crosses the blue-line and gets a shot on the Lowell-Catholic goalie. (Right) G-D pokes the puck away to deny a clean entry into the attacking zone. Photos by Matt Detora. G-D opened the scoring in the first period, but Lowell-Catholic responded to win 3-1. G-D will be looking to flip the previous results against Nashoba and Wachusett this week, this time on home ice.

Zach Romich and Charlie Palmer drive to the basket in the Boys Varsity Basketball win over North Middlesex. Photo courtesy of Glen Shapland. After a slow start to the season, the team rattled off a four-game winning streak, but has since dropped three straight. The boys will look to get back to their winning ways and complete the season double over Marlborough Friday night at home. They'll continue into February against Oakmont and North Middlesex on the road, whom they've beaten once already. The regular season wraps up 02/15, hosting Lunenberg at 7 p.m.

 Girls Basketball Westborough 41, GD 33 Tyngsborough 60, GD 29  Anna Stenstream had 15 points for the Crusaders and Mackenzie Pauly added six. Records: GD (2-9); THS (13-1). G-D 46, Fitchburg 37 Boys Basketball Westborough 74, GD 67 Nicholas Bellofatto (27 pts) and Joe Marino (13 pts) led...

Catie Rider (#24) and Crusaders captain Mira Mahmoud  (#22) put the defense on Westborough player in game played on Friday, January 26. Photo courtesy Robert Mingolelli

The National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD) is an annual day of observance to acknowledge the accomplishments of female athletes. The celebration was held on Friday, January 26 at Groton Dunstable Regional HS. Pictured Mark Hennelly, (Groton Dunstable HS Counselor). Maureen McCarron, Rachel McCarron (Girls and Women in Sports Honoree), Ed McCarron, Jon Conlon (Groton Dunstable HS Math teacher), Kristen Kinneen   (Elementary Health and Physical Education Instructor.) Photo Courtesy Robert Mingolelli

By Robert Mingolelli On Friday evening January 26, 2024, Groton-Dunstable Regional HS held it’s Girls and Women in Sports celebration. Its 2004 Honoree was Rachel McCarron. Rachel is a 2013 graduate of GDRHS where, as a student athlete, she competed in soccer, varsity basketball and track and field...
Boys Basketball GD 58, Tyngsborough 48  Zach Romich poured in 25 points, and Cam Barlow added 14 for the host Crusaders. Ryan Wall netted 16 points for the Tigers (7-4). GD 55, Oakmont 51  Gus Tisdale scored 19 points, and Cameron Barlow posted a triple-double (10 points, 11 assists, 10 rebounds)...

G-D Girls Varsity Basketball sets up the offense in Friday night's contest vs Oakmont. Photo by Matt Detora


Current Suffolk University Captain Evan Cook at the free throw line for G-D at the TD garden. Courtesy Photo

by Matt Detora Former Groton-Dunstable basketball stand-out Evan Cook scored his 1000th collegiate point recently as his 28 in the game led the Suffolk University Rams past Wentworth.  Cook,  a graduate student at Suffolk, who transferred after graduating from Wheaton with a year of eligibility...


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