Gloucester left its mark on Todd Stadium in Newport News on Saturday with a 45-26 toppling of the Denbigh Patriots.
Gloucester quarterback Isaiah Spencer led the offense, rushing 56 and 13 yards for a pair of touchdowns and throwing for another. Spencer, a junior, had 12 pass completions for 112 yards.
“We got off to a great start and we played very well,” said GHS head coach Brandon Kelley. “We were in control the entire time. The defense played well and did a good job of getting the ball back and the offense put together some good drives. It was a good effort overall by the entire team.”
Gloucester got on the board first with a scoring pass from Spencer to Allah Armstead and the extra point by Tanner Griffith. Griffith had a great afternoon with six extra points and a field goal. Denbigh quickly responded and the score was 7-6. The second quarter belonged to the Dukes with a Griffith field goal and a rushing score by Joren Brown. Rejuan Forrest contributed ...
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