Dozens of Dragons honored for the 2022-23 winter sports season.
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A video of GFA tennis, boys and girls lacrosse, baseball and softball taking part in Spring Training 2023.
Hearst Media Connecticut has named Dragons girls basketball coach as a First-Team Player of the Decade from 2000-2009.
Twelve more Dragons are headed to college to play sports, bring the Class of 2023's total number of GFA athletes playing at the next level to 19.
Senior takes 215-pound title as GFA wrestling produces two national runners-up, as well.
Dragon girls win three straight matches after heart-wrenching first-round loss while boys team goes 2-2 with a pair of tight defeats.
After winning three straight "Small School" titles, Dragons produce eight regional champs to take the bigger overall prize.
GFA senior soccer helped the Dragons win FAA title and will now take her talents to the Division 1 college ranks.
GFA senior will take his soccer talents to Colgate University, a school he knows very well.
Twenty Dragons have been honored over the past three academic years.
The North Carolina school wasn't high on her list until a campus visit and family friend changed all that.
Longtime GFA boys soccer coach led the Dragons to their first-ever New England championship this fall.
The 13th annual winter sports extravaganza expands across two days for the first time.
GFA girls basketball senior guard Paige Fourtin is taking her talents to a small D2 school that feels like the perfect fit.
It took a while for GFA's Steven Burrell to fall in love with wrestling, and now it's taking him to college.