OCTOBER 21- Friday night is something that will go unforgetable to most, but live on throughout the Macdonald family for the rest of their lives. Lain MacDonald and his family were surprised Friday night at the delay of game from torrential downpours, a new handicap accessible van. Although it may have been senior night, the […]
SEPTEMBER 12–In the gym at the end of the school day, a sea of orange athletes took the #TTPLEDGE when they hosted former New England Revolution forward Taylor Twellman, one of Major League Soccer’s all-time highest scoring players, and Sarah Lepsevich, a senior at Montrose School, a private high school in Medfield, Mass., to kick […]
Drew Stone, Matt Warren, Dean Tornaritis, Patrick Keating, and Gabe Dingle after scoring a goal in a 3-0 win for boys’ soccer over Bromfield. Stone had just capped off a beautiful dribble through three Bromfield defenders with a clinical finish to put the game beyond reach. In his first year at Groton-Dunstable, he has helped […]
Friis Porth walking towards the sidelines after playing an amazing game. Porth is an exchange student, here from Germany. “I had never played football before I came here. I played soccer back in Germany and you know it was somewhat hard; I feel like I’m better built for football though. At first, football was all […]
The Field Hockey team going over their plan to win their game. They trained five days a week and had a 50% winning rate. “Field Hockey is so much fun – it’s my favorite part of the school year. I really like the Freshmen class, I’m glad they’re apart of the team now. I love […]
The Girls Cross Country taking a team picture after training for their next meet. The XC team trained 5 days a week and sometimes even met on Saturdays. “I’ve always liked running, but never considered myself a great runner. Cross country has helped me realize that even though you’re not the best, you can still […]
Katie Wogan (YOG 2016) puts her best foot forward in a recent Varsity soccer game.
The Boys Varsity Soccer players raise Coach Sean Wisbey on their shoulders. On November 19, the team achieved a goal that had been a dream since the last occurrence in 2001. After a tough game versus the two-time defending State Champions, Concord-Carlisle, the Crusaders proved themselves proud with a 2-0 win. (CAPTION/PHOTO: Jennifer Johnson)