Gloucester High School varsity field hockey players blanked visiting Hampton last Thursday in a 12-goal shutout. The Dukes improved to 3-0 with the win and have not allowed a goal in three outings.
Karly Harwood led the offense with three goals and an assist, Elizabeth Thomas had two goals and two assists and Kerigan Winfrey had a goal and two assists.
Goals were also scored by Allison Goodwin, Whitney Robins, H.P. Johnson, Bri Miller, Kessa Romero and Shaelyn McNeil, who also had an assist. Cheyenne Hollandsworth and Molly Vaughan provided two scoring assists each and Farren Winter contributed an assist.
“I think we played a lot better than the week before at Woodside,” said GHS coach Mike Miller. “Our chemistry is improving but we’re still learning to work with each other.”
“We’re getting a lot of corners and we need to learn to execute them better and take advantage of those opportunities. I’m pleased with the defense. They a...
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