The fall was a banner year for the Duxbury volleyball team, who won the Patriot League while going undefeated through the regular season. This fall the Dragons have the distinction of chasing another perfect season while also being the first varsity sports team to take the court in the new Duxbury Middle/High School.

Read more: Dig in anew: Volleyball team gets set to open the new high school as they chase tournament titles


The sideline at Duxbury girls’ soccer games this season will look different with the familiar face of longtime coach Emerson Coleman now a part of history. But the expectations are the same under new head coach Joe Ferguson, and the early returns have been promising.

Read more: Same face, new place

The Duxbury boys’ tennis team ended their season one win short of a second straight state championship after the Wayland High School Warriors took home the crown with a 4-1 win over the Dragons at St. John’s on June 10. 

Read more: Boys’ tennis bows out to Warriors

For most of the fourth quarter of the Division I boys’ lacrosse championship on Saturday, the Duxbury bench and fans harassed Acton-Boxboro senior midi Christopher Wiggins, yelling at him not to blow the game every time the Colonials’ senior came near the sideline. In the end, however, Wiggins got the last laugh as he brought the Dragons’ sea- son to a crushing end in double-overtime.

Read more: Double trouble: Acton-Boxboro stuns Dragons in double overtime

The Duxbury girls’ lacrosse team felt they showed that they belong in Division I in their loss to Needham on April 24. On Saturday, they proved it by knocking off the fourth-ranked team in the state.

Read more: Girls’ lacrosse team takes down No. 4 Westford Academy

The Duxbury softball team could have used some of the 16 runs they scored against the Scituate Sailors on Monday over the rest of the week.

Read more: Looking for a spark

In back-to-back games, Duxbury showed they can pound opponents into submission and also pitch their way to victory with the result that they are back in the postseason.

Read more: Baseball back in the big dance

With one dominating performance at the high school Thursday night, the Duxbury boys’ lacrosse team was able to pick up their third win over a Massachusetts top-20 team, establish their stranglehold on the Patriot League, qualify for the MIAA tournament and once again take their position as the top-ranked lacrosse team in the Bay State.

Read more: Back on top: Dragons return to top of state rankings after rout of Harbormen

Suffering their first loss of the season last week only served to make the Dragons more motivated to prove they belong at the top in Division I.

Read more: No signs of slowing down: Girls lacrosse batters Rams for third straight win

The Duxbury boys’ track and field team had some strong individual performances Wednesday against the Silver Lake Lakers, but didn’t have the depth to pull out a win.

Read more: Track team can’t catch Lakers

It may have felt like winter returned last week, but even Mother Nature couldn’t cool of the Duxbury girls’ golf team’s red-hot start to the spring season.

Read more: Fast five for girls’ golf team

The Duxbury boys’ tennis team is going to find out just how good it is this week, but the early returns look promising.

Read more: Now the games begin: Boys’ tennis breezing through Patriot League

The Duxbury girls’ lacrosse team continued to plow through the Patriot League on Thursday and then stood tall against their first true test of the season last weekend to stay perfect through two weeks.

Read more: Girls keep rolling


The Duxbury High School baseball team took out three years worth of frustration at the Silver Lake Lakers all at once at Chandler Field on Friday and sent the defending Patriot League champions home early.

Read more: Dragons rout league champs


The Duxbury boys’ lacrosse team beat the defending Connecticut state champsionship Fairfield Prep Jesuits over the weekend 9-6, in a battle that solidified a winning streak typical of the former state championship team. 

Read more: Big win for boys’ lacrosse