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Nina Scaramucci (pictured) and Charlotte Woodbury took 33rd and 29th place respectively at the MIAA State Individual Meet in Tewksbury. The two will be in action again Saturday at Algonquin, as the GDNML team competes in Sectionals. Photo by Alisa Plotkin

Senior Captain Jerry Fang leads the 2023 team in scoring, GD recently defeated Blackstone Valley Tech 2-0, advancing to the CMADA semi-finals against 17-2 Grafton. Photo by Ellie Petros

L-R: GD runners Marlon Metellus and Sam Brewster race in the 55m event at the recent Mid-Wach B league Championship. Photo by Robert Mingolelli 


Malcolm Fry of Groton begins his pro-career with the Revs II in 2023. Photo courtesy of the New England Revolution.

by Matt Detora Malcolm Fry will begin the 2023 season as part of the New England Revolution's 'Revolution II' squad, competing in MLS Next, Major League Soccer's pro developmental league. The MLS Next pro-deal signed last fall by the 17-year-old is the next career step for the Revolution Youth...

Avery Columbus and Jenna Hort simultaneously dive in for the bump to keep the play alive. Photo by Matt Detora

By Matthew Detora Groton-Dunstable Varsity Volleyball Head Coach Heather Barlow led her brand new club, Ignite VBC, onto the court last month, competing for the first time at Game On in Fitchburg. The 13, 15, and 16 Under girls each competed in the first week of matches in the AAU Champions League...

The Groton-Dunstable Ski Team: Top row (left to right): #14 Isabella Meehan, #20 Cam Lesser, #5 Liam Toomey, #4 Annie Apigian, #1 Will Gold, #11 Grayson Cardinali, #3 Michael Looney, #6 Willow Harper, #2 Lyra Harper, Coach Sean Murphy. Bottom row (left to right): #12 Caragh Dinneen, #22 Claire DiGiovanni, #8 Abby Burgess, #10 Anna Kubick, #18 Alexa Toomey, #16 Dorrie Gibbons. Photo by John MacLeod

Dylan Paradis is joined by his parents, Tom and Sharon,  as he signs his letter of intent to St. Anselm's College, where he will continue his football career and education. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

By Robert Mingolelli Groton-Dunstable senior Dylan Paradis recently signed a letter of intent to compete on the football team and continue his education at St. Anselm’s College. St. A’s competes in the NCAA Division II level in 20 men’s and women’s varsity sports. “Chosen by his teammates, Dylan...

Back Row (left to right): Courtney Beaudoin, Ellie Apigian, Nina Scaramucci, Olivia Watkins, Reaghan Donovan, Sara Collins. Front Row (left to right): Charlotte Woodbury, Samantha DiFonte, Ellie Petros, Ryenne Barros. The 2023 GDNML Gymnastics team secures the league championship. Team captains and all-arounders Nina Scaramucci and Charlotte Woodbury are scheduled to compete in the State Individual meet in Tewksbury on the 20th, while other competitors are awaiting individual qualifying results. Sectionals, States, and New England's remain on the horizon for the entire team. Courtesy photo.





Boys Basketball 1. Shepherd Hill 11-1 (17-1) 2. Nashoba 11-1 (15-2) 3. Oakmont 8-4 (12-4) 4. GD 5-7 (8-10) Girls Basketball 1. Nashoba 11-1 (15-3) 2. Shepherd Hill 10-2 (14-4) 7. GD 1-11 (4-15) Hockey 1. North Middlesex 6-2 (9-9-0) 2. Nashoba 5-3 (9-5-4) 3. GD 4-4 (5-13-0)


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