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GHS field hockey remains unbeaten

The Dukes varsity field hockey team has yet to lose a game this season and continued its dominance with a road victories over Nansemond River High School, Salem High School and a home win against Heritage High School over the last week. The pair of wins brings the Dukes to a 12-0 record.

The Dukes allowed one goal against them in its 5-1 victory over the Nansemond River Warriors on Thursday. The scoring for the Dukes was Reese Miller with two. Channy Johnson, Kaylee Hall and Kamryn McDonough each recorded one score. Miller also racked up two assists, with Johnson, Kiley Parker and Ainslee Brown also recording an assist.Salem High School

The Dukes mopped the floor with the Salem SunDevils on Monday, winning 14-0. Hannah Symonds had a great performance in the game, scoring a team high of four goals and recording an assist. Johnson had a hat trick of her own and a whopping five assists. Miller also scored a hat trick in the game.

Mackenzie Reece scored twice while Avery Watkins ...

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