With a 137-stroke advantage over their nearest competitors, Gloucester High School golfers have continued to dominate Peninsula District golf.
Playing at Deer Run last Thursday, the Dukes had a team score of 322, followed by Warwick with 341 and Menchville with 371. Brunderlin of Warwick was the medalist with a one-over-par 73.
On Sept. 3, Gloucester won the outing at Cypress Creek with a 335, followed by Warwick with 355 and Menchville with 379. Two of the Dukes, Cameron Baker and Nathan Gross, tied for medalist with scores of 78.
Gloucester’s Hunter Martin leads the district individual standings with a 78.8 average, followed by Baker with 79. Brunderlin is third with 79.75, followed by Gross at fourth with 81.4. GHS golfer Trent Green is sixth with 87.2 and teammates Grady Baker and Lathan Burnett are 10th and 11th, respectively, with averages of 94 and 96.
The Dukes lead the pack with a total of 1,625 strokes after five matches, followed by Warwick with 1,762 and Menchvill...
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