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GHS soccer teams dominate Hampton

Gloucester Dukes player Liam Wamsley works to keep the attack going against the Crabbers during the boys’ 8-1 win over Hampton High School.

Joelle Forrest takes on a defender in the Lady Dukes’ 8-0 win over the Crabbers of Hampton High School. Forrest scored twice against Hampton and recorded two assists.

The Gloucester Dukes’ varsity soccer teams came to play season home openers against Hampton High School. Both the boys and girls took down the Crabbers by putting up eight points. Only the Hampton boys’ team managed to score a goal against the dominant performances from the Dukes.


Both Kohlby Wilson and Andrew Teagle scored a pair of goals against Hampton in the 8-1 win. Cayden Brumm, A.J. Goller, Kegan Winter and Alex Hogge each scored once. Hogge, Wilson and Brumm also recorded an assist each. Sam Cook, Aaron Miller, Ceasar Nieto and Dylan Herron also recorded assists.

Goalie Jesse Manheim recorded eight saves.


Caroline Merchant recorded an impress...

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