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The Groton Dunstable Boys Lacrosse team picked up their first win of the season at home last Thursday, the Crusaders overmatched their opponents in the attacking end and built up a 12-4 lead in the first half. Evan Laudenslager had six assists working behind the net, and seven different players got on the score sheet. That combined with a strong first half from a defensive unit led by goalie and captain Matt Lesser was too much for Westborough to overcome late in the game. The team is back in action this week, and will play Algonquin Regional on Tuesday, April 19, before a stretch of five away games. Photo by Matt Detora.


Sofie Santoro, Claudia Dutile, and Asha Davies take the field for the Crusaders. Photo by Steve Lieman


Katelyn Gray stands ready to receive a serve. Photo by Ellie Petros.


The GD Boys Lacrosse team prepares to take the field in front of the home fans. Photo by Alisa Plotkin.


The Girls Varsity Lacrosse team opens up the season with four away games, splitting the first two games so far. The Crusaders will play in front of the home fans for the first time against Saint Bernard's on Thursday, April 21, and continue the home stretch with games on April 26, April 28, and May 3. Photo by Steve Lieman


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