The Gloucester High School varsity football team improved to 4-3 with a 24-9 win at Menchville on Saturday in a game riddled by mistakes and turnovers on both sides.
“We made a lot of mistakes. We were just really fortunate that the team we were playing made a lot of mistakes, too. We just kept up that whole team philosophy,” said GHS head coach Brandon Kelley.
In the first quarter, the Dukes got on the board first with a field goal from Tanner Griffith before the Monarchs secured the first of three safeties in the game, leaving the score at 3-2. Gloucester claimed the next safety for the only second quarter points to put the halftime score at 5-2.
The Dukes continued to struggle offensively in the third quarter and Menchville got the first touchdown of the game to go up 9-5. Gloucester then secured another safety to edge closer and secure what would be the first two of 19 unanswered points. The game had been moved up an hour to noon to try to beat the rains from H...
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