List of 3 news stories.

  • Allie Kandel '23 and Nina Rutledge '25, Girls Varsity Soccer

    The coaches asked all team members to put the needs of the group before their own individual goals and to be versatile in playing multiple positions.  Both Allie and Nina are adjusting to new positions with toughness and grace.  They have each adopted a growth mindset, shown a willingness to seek and accept feedback, and played with mental and physical toughness.
    —Coaches Spring, Kreider, and Guzzi
  • Jack Lionette '23, Boys Varsity Cross Country

    Last Saturday, Jack Lionette had a great start to the season as he etched his name into the record books by claiming the school's course record. One of many good performances by the boys XC squad as nine of our runners had personal records on our home course. Groton's varsity beat ISL's St. Sebastian's, but were edged out by one point by the out of league powerhouse, St Paul's. The JV runners continued their excellent record from last year by beating both visiting schools. This coming Saturday we will be heading down to race on St. George's hilly course by the sea.
    —Coaches Hall, Madden, and Papadellis
  • Keira Ley '25, Varsity Field Hockey

    Varsity Field Hockey Captain Keira Ley showed great leadership and poise in the team's 4-3 win over St. Paul's on Saturday. While she scored the third goal of the game and assisted on the game winner, it was her dominance in the midfield that allowed the team to hold on to their lead with little time remaining in the Fourth Quarter. Keira left it all out on the field.
    —Coaches Walsh and Hamlin

Teams of the Week

List of 1 news stories.

  • Boys Varsity Soccer

    BVS traveled to Concord, NH, on Saturday night and put together a great team effort to tie SPS 1-1 in front of a boisterous home crowd. Groton’s work ethic was on full display as they pressed for the entire 90 minutes. The entire team was engaged and supportive and every member of the program represented the school well.
    —Coaches Martinez and Hadyk-DeLodder