Posting a 9-3 record through its first 12 matches and qualifying for the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) state tournament, the girls’ golf program has enjoyed a successful spring season. 

Read more: Girls’ golf paced by captains


After unofficially clinching the Patriot League title, the Duxbury girls’ tennis team continued to roll through its season with a 4-1 home win over Whitman-Hanson on Wednesday, May 13. 

Read more: Girls’ tennis splits a pair of Patriot League matches


All season long, the Duxbury track and field coaching staff has stressed the importance of the individual athlete within the team as a whole.

Read more: Multiple DHS track athletes qualify for DIII state meet

Duxbury’s number one starter Mikayla Zukowski got the start against the Panthers in last Wednesday’s game, pitching a productive first inning.

Read more: Softball falls to Whitman-Hanson, beats Hingham

In a meeting held on Monday, May 11 the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) Football Committee discussed several plans that will take effect in 2015, 2016 and beyond.

Read more: Duxbury football moves from Division II South to Division III Southwest in playoff shift

One week after competing in the Lowell Invitational, the Duxbury crew team returned to the Merrimac River to compete in the Northeast Youth Championships. The event was sanctioned by US Rowing and served as a qualifying event for the US Youth Nationals held in Sarasota, Florida. 

Read more: Girls crew makes it to grand final of NE Championship

After winning eight consecutive league championships, the 2015 girls’ lacrosse team didn’t want to be remembered as the team that ended that illustrious streak. 

Read more: Girls’ lacrosse program clinches ninth straight league title with 17-7 win over Indians

His team had just put the finishing touches on an 18-5 victory over Whitman-Hanson on an afternoon where all 14 seniors on the Duxbury boys’ lacrosse team were honored.

Read more: Three games carry three different meanings for boys’ lax

Duxbury baseball coach Gordon Cushing has had one constant thought following each of his team’s first 15 games of the season. 

Read more: Baseball team closes in on playoff berth

Last week served as a string of milestone victories for the boys’ tennis team. With its 5-0 win over Quincy on May 4, the Dragons clinched a spot in the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) Division II state tournament. 

Read more: Boys’ tennis earns milestone victories

The girls’ tennis team clinched a spot in this year’s Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) state tournament following its 5-0 win over Pembroke on May 6. 

Read more: Girls’ tennis zeros in on Patriot League title

Duxbury was on the winning side in a tight contest against Plymouth North when the boys won by three points. Against Silver Lake, the boys discovered what it felt like to lose a close contest, falling to the Lakers by two points in the May 5 meet in Kingston. 

Read more: Track teams find silver lining in losses to Lakers

Duxbury High School seniors Catherine Cronin and Jared Amodio were honored at the 11th annual Patriot League Scholar Athlete Awards Ceremony.

Read more: Cronin, Amodio named Patriot League Scholar Athletes

Rosie Doherty was excited when she crossed the finish line of the 2015 Providence Marathon. She gleamed with pride as her precious medal hung from her neck.

Read more: DHS senior runs marathon for a good cause

The Duxbury crew team travelled to Lowell this past weekend to compete in the Lowell Invitational. The event was held on the Merrimac River. 

Read more: Crew competes in Lowell Invitational