Marlborough girls’ fall to Groton-Dunstable in division battle

By Jeff Slovin, Contributing Writer

Marlborough’s Halle McCabe maneuvers the ball around Groton-Dunstable’s Chloe McDonald.

Marlborough – The Marlborough High School Panthers girls basketball team fell to the visiting Groton-Dunstable Crusaders 55-40 in a game played Feb. 14. Heading into the game, Marlborough needed a win to lock up the Mid-Wachusett League Division B title, but the Crusaders clinched the title with their victory.

Jill Petrie and Halle McCabe each scored 11 points for Marlborough.  The Crusader’s Jordan Wynn was the game’s top scorer with 14 points.

Marlborough falls to 15-5 (7-2 in Mid-Wach B) with the loss while Groton-Dunstable improves to 15-2 (7-1 Mid-Wach B).

Photos/Jeff Slovin

Marlborough’s Lucy Cappadona looks up as she shoots between two Groton-Dunstable defenders

Marlborough’s Jill Petrie goes up to shoot between two Groton-Dunstable defenders.

Marlborough’s Halle McCabe and Groton-Dunstable’s Hanna Van Pelt battle for a rebound.

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