Football Division C
Offensive: Korbin Larsen
Defensive: Caden Woolfrey
Academic: Cam Barlow
Boys Soccer Division B
2nd Team: Joey Devereaux
Academic: Josh Richards
Girls Soccer Division B
1st Team: Ava Buchmann
2nd Team: Georgia Loomis
2nd Team: Aubrey Stark
Academic: Katelyn Gray
The Clinton defender bites on the pump fake and leaves his feet early, G-D finishes with an uncontested layup. Photo by Matt Detora
By Robert Mingolelli and
Rachel Beaton Connerty recently retired as Groton-Dunstable High School’s field hockey coach after completing 16 years coaching in the Groton-Dunstable field hockey program (11 at Varsity, 3 JV and 2 at the Middle School).
A graduate of Arlington High...
Groton-Dunstable scores 2 off the glass against Clinton. Photo by Matt Detora
Johnny Bordes launches the ball deep down the sideline for a long completion. Photo by Matt Detora.
By Robert Mingolelli
Physical education teacher and coach, Sean Murphy, will retire after 34 years in the Groton- Dunstable school system.
Athletic Director Cindy Budrewicz hired Murphy in 1989, the year the "new" Middle School opened. Through the years, Murphy’s assignments in the Groton-Dunstable...
The G-D offensive line opens a big hole for Caden Woolfrey, who bursts upfield for a big gain sparking G-D's scoring drive. Photo by Matt Detora
Groton Dunstable boys XC Cap off a historic season with a 4th place finish overall at the MIAA All State Championships. They were led by Greyson Duane (5th in 16:11.33) and Neal Aradhya (9th in 16:24.02). L to R: Zak Metzger, Neil Aradhya, John Terhune, Greyson Duane, Micah Pierantozzi, Alex Lampe, Tim Yafrate . Courtesy photo
Jenna Koch is joined by her father and Girls Varsity Lacrosse coach as she officially commits to Stonehill's Division I program. Photo by Matt Detora
Jenna Koch will bring her goal scoring talents to Stonehill College next year. G-D's top scorer signed her National Letter of Intent last week. The senior lacrosse standout will lead the attack once again for G-D this spring, capping a youth career that began in second grade when Jenna began...
Groton Dunstable boys cross-country cap off a historic season with a fourth place finish overall at the MIAA All State Championships.
Groton Dunstable placed fourth with 156 points behind Danvers (92 pts.), Ludlow (105 pts.), Marblehead (146 pts.).
The Crusaders were led by Greyson Duane (5th, 16...