The Gloucester High School varsity boys’ soccer team added a win and a tie in recent Conference 10 competition. The Dukes took on Hampton on the road last Thursday and came away with a 3-1 victory.
In the first half, Tanner Griffith and P.J. LeBel found the net to give the Dukes the lead they were looking for over a feisty Crabber squad. Both sophomores placed the ball past the impressive Hampton goalkeeper.
In the second half, senior Andrew Mortensen scored for Gloucester to offset the only Hampton goal of the match. Mortensen hit the net on a penalty kick to give GHS the 3-1 win.
The Dukes traveled to Chesapeake to take on the conference-leading Hickory Hawks on May 12, and came away with a scoreless tie. The Dukes brought it to the Hawks defense during the opening minutes but their efforts to find the net were stymied.
After a scoreless first half, Gloucester coach Craig Raines warned his players to make every second count in the second because if a storm rolled in, the sc...
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