In a battle between struggling football programs, Gloucester dominated Jamestown, 51-20, Friday at GHS. The Eagles were 0-10 last season while the Dukes are trying to improve on a 1-9 season in 2014.
“I thought our guys came out and did a great job of playing up and dominating an opponent,” said GHS coach Brandon Kelley. “We still have some work to do. We need to step up our defense and our offense for Woodside, who will give us a different defense to look at. I’m real proud of the way our kids executed the plays and of the job the coaches did calling the plays in.”
The Dukes only led 17-13 at the break but they dominated the second half with 34 points while holding Jamestown to just one more TD.
Gloucester got it done on the ground and in the air. Senior Brady Barefoot completed seven of 10 passes for 174 yards, including a 70-yard throw to senior John Patterson for a touchdown. Owen Rouselle had three catches for 80 yards.
The Dukes also tallied 223 ...
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