Gloucester High School field hockey players opened the season Tuesday at GHS, where both the varsity and junior varsity Dukes notched high-scoring shutouts of Woodside.
The defending state champions held a 9-0 halftime advantage over the Wolverines on their way to a 16-0 victory. Seniors Hannah Hamay and Meg Teagle paced the Gloucester offense with hat tricks.
Freshman Channy Johnson, sophomore Aubree Dorsey and senior Abbie Thornton each scored twice and GHS got goals from seniors Anna Owens and Kate Neikirk and juniors Cara O’Beirne and Christina Riva.
“I thought we played pretty well,” said GHS head coach Mike Miller. “We played well at the jamboree (on Saturday) and I think they carried that into this game. We were passing well and sharing the ball. We’ve got a lot of improving to do but we’re on the right track.”
Miller also said the 14 seniors on his roster this season are providing a lot of leadership for his younger pl...
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