Area Sports News
Gloucester High School golfers finished well ahead of the field.
The teams shot an 18-hole round on a wet, rainy day.
The visiting Crabbers scored six touchdowns to beat the Dukes.
The players had a 14-goal romp.
The team improved to 8-0 on Tuesday with a 22-goal shutout at Northumberland.
The girls won handily, while the MHS boys edged out West Point by a point.
The team had a 45-26 toppling of the Denbigh Patriots.
The team is struggling with a number of injuries, but players keep stepping up.
The team improved to 7-0.
Hannah Hamay led the scoring spree with two goals.
With one more match remaining, Gloucester continues to lead the Peninsula District.
Mathews finished with a score of 207, which was 21 strokes better than the total from the team’s last match.