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GHS girls on a roll Field hockey at 7-0; hasn’t given up a goal

The Gloucester High School varsity field hockey team has six shutout wins, a forfeit and no losses after recent victories over Woodside and Bruton to put it at 7-0 on the season.

The Dukes dominated the visiting Wolverines, 15-0, on Tuesday, scoring five goals in each of the three quarters that were played due to the mercy rule. Channy Johnson scored six goals to lead the team and now leads in overall scoring with 14 goals.

Chrissy Masiak chipped in a hat trick, Heaven Remski had two goals and Aubree Dorsey, Reese Miller, Alanna Womack and Avery Watkins scored. Mackenzi Reece added four assists and leads the team with seven.

Dorsey also had four assists, Kailee Morris had two and assists were contributed by Abygail Clayton, Lily Perger, Leigha Germain, Johnson and Masiak. Gloucester out-shot Woodside, 38-0, and earned 14 penalty corners while giving up one.The Dukes defeated visiting Bruton, 5-0, last Thursday led by Miller with two goals. Johnson, Dorsey and Perger also scor...

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