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Dukes lose homecoming game to Warwick, 35-21

Gloucester played visiting Warwick to a 14-14 halftime tie in the GHS homecoming football game Friday night, but the Raiders struck for three second-half touchdowns to get the 35-21 win.

Jackson Lowther contributed two field goals in the opening half for the Dukes and Gloucester added eight points with a touchdown and a two-point conversion. The Dukes added another touchdown in the second half. Warwick scored on a pass, three carries and an 89-yard kickoff return.
Despite the loss, Gloucester tallied 374 yards of offense in the game while the Warwick offense produced only 193. The Dukes got touchdowns on a run by Dion Harris and a Zack Tarpey pass to Shamar Marsh. Tarpey passed to Landon Smith for the two-point conversion. The senior quarterback also carried the ball 24 times for 185 yards.

On defense, Marsh contributed four tackles and two assists. Jarrell Bennett also had four tackles along with an assist. Harris, Davonte Smith and J.B. Bennett each had three tackles and a pa...

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