Close your eyes for a second and imagine waking up in a parallel lacrosse universe.

The Duxbury girls’ lacrosse program recently held its post-season awards banquet to recognize and reflect on the team’s numerous athletic accomplishments during the 2015 spring season. Earning team Most Valuable Player honors was junior midfielder K.C. Williams.


The sport strength and conditioning summer program for student-athletes kicked off its ninth-year of existence prior to the holiday weekend.

Duxbury High School graduating seniors Jared Sullivan and Kaylee Jones recently competed at the 25th Annual New England Interscholastic Golf Championship in Keene, NH.

Fresh off another productive season between the pipes for the Dragons, Duxbury boys’ lacrosse goalie Brady Burke earned himself an invite to compete in the Under Armour All-American Underclass tournament next month.


It’s fair to say that the Carolina Hurricanes are fans of the current state of New England amateur hockey.

The year was 1994. The world was introduced to “Forrest Gump,” Nelson Mandela was elected the President of South Africa and the Major League Baseball season was abruptly cancelled in September due to the player strike. Former U.S. President Richard Nixon died and pop star, Justin Bieber, was born. 

Members of the Duxbury High School girls’ swimming and diving program traveled to Harvard University on Sunday, June 7 to volunteer their service for the Special Olympics.

Duxbury girls’ golf senior captain Kaylee Jones shot an 86 and finished tied for 16th place at the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) girls’ golf state tournament on Tuesday, June 9. 

The historically productive 2015 spring season for the Duxbury girls’ tennis program came to an end on Monday, June 8 in Lakeville. 

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines stranglehold as “a force or influence that stops something from growing or developing.” For the past five years, the boys’ tennis programs from Sharon and Duxbury High School have played the part of “the force” within the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) Division II south sectional ranks. 

The Duxbury Crew team raced against perhaps its toughest assemblage of competition of the season at the National Schools’ Championship Regatta on Sunday, June 7.

Twenty-eight years ago last Friday, President Ronald Reagan issued his famous ultimatum to Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall.

The Duxbury girls’ golf team traveled to the Brookside Country Club in Bourne, MA on Tuesday, June 2 to compete in the South Shore sectional qualifying round of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) tournament.

Some of the premier high school outdoor track and field athletes in the commonwealth converged at Durfee High School for the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) Eastern Massachusetts Division III championships.