More than 425 cyclists will pass through Groton on Saturday July 18, during the 19th Annual Ride to End Alzheimer’s. The ride starts and finishes at Fort Devens. Riders loop into West Groton for a pit stop manned by volunteers at RiverCourt Residences before heading up Townsend Road into New Hampshire.
BOSTON — At the end of the day Thursday. the difference between being one of the top Division 2 girls lacrosse teams in the state and the state champs came down to Groton-Dunstable being unable to stop a power duo from Norwell, Caroline Walsh and Stephanie Croke. The Crusaders played a strong game, but the more »
WELLESLEY — The Groton-Dunstable Crusaders are headed to the MIAA Division 2 girls’ lacrosse state championship game against Norwell this (Thursday) afternoon after winning an overtime thriller over the Ipswich Tigers, 10-9, Monday night at Babson College. The Crusaders offense was sparked by hat tricks by sophomore Sophia Irby and freshman Ellie Eisenklam. Ipswich ran more »
WORCESTER — The Groton-Dunstable Crusaders’ play in the MIAA Division 2 Central/West girls lacrosse tournament has belied their 9-6 regular season record and number 5 seed. With the exception of their upset of the number 1 seed Bromfield in the sectional semifinal, none of their tournament games have been close — and that trend continued more »
The G-DRHS Girls lacrosse team romped past MountGreylock 15-6 in an MIAA Division 2 Central/West quarterfinal on Sunday, and faces off against arch rival Bromfield tomorrow, Wednesday, June 10 at Nashoba Regional High School in Bolton. The quarterfinal matchup follows a regular season 10-8 loss to Bromfield. In last year’s semifinal, the Crusaders lost to more »
The Groton-Dunstable Regional High School girls track and field team won the Mid-Wach B League Championship on Wednesday, May 20, coach Colleen Naboicheck reported. She wrote in an email that “The girls scored 129 points to defeat the runner up Nashoba with 123.50 points. The girls were undefeated and District B champions leading up to the League Meet and accomplished their season goal winning the League Meet as well.”
Mild, almost chilly weather for the 24th annual Groton Road Race helped keep an anticipated 2000 runners from overheating as they took over town roads for 10K, 5K, and shorter races on Sunday. Runners were still on the course when this gallery of photos from the start was posted; results will be available later, Squannacook more »
The 24th annual Groton Road Race happens this Sunday, April 26 beginning and ending at the Groton-Dunstable Regional Middle School on Main Street. Groton has become an annual destination for more than 2,000 runners with certified 5K and 10K courses on beautiful country roads as well as races for children and less competitive runners. The Groton Road Race is produced by the Squannacook River Runners.
Groton-Dunstable Regional High School student athletes and coaches dialed most of the phones in both towns during the Athletic Booster’s annual phonathon. The spring event raised “… a little over $21,000 in pledges. The Phonathon is our primary source of fundraising,” explained Phonathon Chair Nancy Ohringer. “Student-athletes and their coaches are given a specific night more »