Two championships—one New England, one FAA—capped off a fall season in which every sport was represented in both postseason tournaments.
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GFA senior rower took to the water in finding his own way to a successful athletic career that will see him grow from a Dragon to a Badger.
GFA girls lax standout ready for the challenge of playing for the Big Green.
The Dragon wrestler is one of three student-athletes from the program to take his talent to an Ivy League school.
GFA sailor is looking for bigger things in college and found it in the program she will compete with come fall.
GFA freshman wrestler is the third Dragon to earn a gold medal while representing Team USA at an international tournament.
GFA senior ready to row for one of Ivy League's top rowing programs come fall.
The Dragon is one of three seniors coming out of the program and headed to an Ivy League school.
Hurler is ready to step up as GFA's baseball ace before heading to Easton, Pa, and join a former Dragons teammate on the Lafayette staff.
GFA wrestler is one of three Dragons heading from that program to the Ivy Leagues next fall.
The Dragons have gone 346 minutes without giving up a goal, riding three straight shutouts to the NEPSAC Class C title.
From MVPs to Coaches Awards, GFA's Fall Sports teams were lauded this week for another amazing season.
With wins by Field Hockey, Girls Varsity Soccer and Boys Varsity Soccer, GFA is one of just two NEPSAC schools to send three teams into the next round of their New England Tournaments.
The NEPSAC Tournament quarterfinal round begins on Wednesday with GFA field hockey being the only Dragons squad on campus.
Dragons top Greenwich Academy 3-2 to advance to the league title tilt.