Despite unexpected losses, the GFA girls team drew closer while winning its first league title since 2005
The seventh-seeded GFA Boys Soccer team won its first-ever NEPSAC championship on Sunday, topping No. 1 Vermont Academy 1-1 (6-5 PKs) to take the title.
Max Laferriere '23 headlines the list with the Excellence in Athletics Award as GFA celebrates the fall sports season.
These seven GFA student-athletes will be taking their athletic talents to either a Division 1 or Division 2 next year.
Dragons beat Greenwich Country Day for second time this season to advance to the next round of the playoffs.
Despite some big graduation losses from a year ago, GFA reloads and heads into the postseason ready to compete.
Boys and Girls Soccer, Volleyball all walk away from FAA JV tourneys with some victories.
GFA girls place third overall, boys fifth at FAA championships.
GFA sub-varsity volleyball assist coach Ed Yearwood brings a storied athletics history to the Dragons he teaches.
A couple of Dragon teams are no longer unbeaten, but success was still had both on fields and on courts.
U.S. Squash honors a trio of Dragons, including a senior, a junior and a sophomore, for their prowess on the court and in the classroom.
The GFA Field Hockey team remained unbeaten and the Girls Varsity Soccer pitched their third straight shutout to highlight the week gone by.
Coming off a runner-up showing at the Canterbury Invitational, these Dragons are putting in the miles with more success on the horizon.
Ava Dippel, Ava Consla and Ava Blue lead the charge for the name-game playing GFA Field Hockey program.
After week three of Fall Sports Season, the GFA Field Hockey team remained unbeaten at 5-0 on the season.