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GHS field hockey improves to 10-0


The Gloucester High School varsity field hockey team has improved to 10-0 with five wins in recent action. The latest was an 18-goal blanking of Hampton at GHS on Tuesday. 

Ali Goodwin and Hannah Hamay led the offense with four goals each against the Crabbers. Kate Neikirk and Kessa Romero had two goals each and goals came from Tally Vaughan, Meg Crowley, Elizabeth Thomas, Meg Teagle, H.P. Johnson and Aubree Dorsey. 

Crowley had three scoring assists, Farren Winter, Goodwin, Vaughan and Thomas and had two each and assists came from Cara O’Beirne, Romero, Dorsey and Neikirk.

“Overall, it was a nice win and a good chance for the girls to practice some skills,” said GHS Coach Mike Miller. “Everybody’s working hard on the field and we’ve been getting the chance to give more players some time in the game. But we really need to be more challenged before we head into the post-season.”

The Gloucester girls posted an 8-0 win agains...

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