2014-02-19

A treasured memory: Duxbury music students reflect on Carnegie Hall trip



One week after Duxbury student musicians performed for an audience of over 1,600 at Carnegie Hall in New York City, they took a moment to reflect on their trip and an experience none imagined they would have. Sarah Hansman said playing at Carnegie Hall was unlike any experience she has ever had. Hansman, who has been part of Duxbury’s music […]

More guidance needed at Duxbury Schools



The Guidance Department gave a presentation at last week’s School Committee meeting on the status of their department across all the schools in the district, highlighting the need for counselors at the lower levels. Guidance Director Lisa Dembowski walked the School Committee through an overview of the guidance staff and mentioned that there is currently no guidance counselor at the […]

Boys’ basketball bids adieu



The Duxbury basketball faithful crammed into the DHS gym for one last boys’ basket- ball game Thursday night to give the gym a raucous send- off. But unfortunately for the Dragons and their fans, the sto- ry of the old gym ended with a clang rather than a bang. Duxbury missed 28 straight shots, including every field goal attempt in […]

Boys’ basketball bids adieu



The Duxbury basketball faithful crammed into the DHS gym for one last boys’ basket- ball game Thursday night to give the gym a raucous send- off. But unfortunately for the Dragons and their fans, the sto- ry of the old gym ended with a clang rather than a bang. Duxbury missed 28 straight shots, including every field goal attempt in […]

op-10 finish for girls’ swim and dive



The Duxbury girls’ swim and Dive team capped off a fantastic season by placing eighth with 107.5 points at the MIAA Division II State Championships Saturday at MIT. Sophomore Sydney Rangulong was the top scorer for the Dragons. Rangulong sixth in the 50-yard freestyle with a 25.44-second time and also placed 14th in the 100 free, touching the wall in […]

Four wrestlers remain



The Dragons doubled their contingent at the State Championships from last season with four Dragons set to make their debut against the best Division II has to offer. Captain Jim Chappuis, Kyle Auer and Matt Boyle all qualified for States with top- three finishes last weekend in North Attleboro at Sectionals while Carter Lewis will also head back to North […]

Clipped on the Cape: Falmouth ends Dragons’ unbeaten streak



The Duxbury girls’ hockey team couldn’t hold their lead in their first meeting of the season with the Falmouth Clippers, and they couldn’t come back in their second meeting. Duxbury fell into a 3-0 hole with less than 13 minutes to play, and couldn’t battle back in time to save their 32- game winning streak in a 4-2 loss to […]