Area Sports News
The team had a 6-0 win over Warwick on a muddy GHS field Tuesday.
The Mathews High School girls’ cross country team kept its unbeaten streak alive.
Each of the Dukes’ top seven boys ran personal season records.
The three-day tournament was held Oct. 6-8 at the club’s grass court croquet complex at Redart.
The win put the Gloucester High School varsity field hockey squad solidly in first place in Peninsula District rankings.
The Blue Devils improved to 5-0 on Saturday night with a 15-6 win over Colonial Beach.
The Dukes came out flat in Darling Stadium and the Warriors took early advantage.
The Gloucester girls beat visiting Heritage in straight sets.
Although the Tigers have improved in recent years, the Lady Devils were just too much for them to handle.
It was the fourth consecutive district title for the Dukes.
The GHS cross country team faced its toughest Peninsula District competition of the season on Sept. 28.
Mathews High School runners Nancy Barnhardt and Kyle Slaughter once again silenced all competition.