After coming close to a state championship last season, the Gloucester High School varsity field hockey team is right back to its winning ways this fall. With two wins in opening play, the Dukes have outscored their opponents, 20-0.
Gloucester opened the 2014 campaign with a 7-0 win over visiting Woodside on Aug. 26 in a game that was called due to the mercy rule. Junior Cassidy Goodwin led the offensive charge with three goals and three assists.
Tori Harwood had a pair of goals in the win, while Cheyenne Hawkins and Samantha West also scored for the Dukes. Additional assists were provided by Brittany Romero and Bailey Miller.
“Woodside had no shots on goal. It was a good way to start the season,” said Gloucester coach Mike Miller. He also said his players got a good workout in their Aug. 14 scrimmage with Tabb and with their participation in the Bruton Jamboree on Aug. 23. Last Thursday, 11 Dukes got in on the scoring spree as Gloucester beat visiting Denbig...
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