The Gloucester High School junior varsity field hockey team improved to 13-0 with a recent streak of five wins.
The Gloucester jayvee team gave up its first goal of the season in a 3-1 win at Poquoson on Tuesday. They outshot the opponents, 17-4, and had nine penalty corners while not allowing any for Poquoson.
Hannah Hamay, Meg Teagle and Cara O’Beirne each scored for Gloucester with Tally Vaughan providing all of the assists. “Overall, it was a good game on both sides of the field,” said GHS coach Joe Dougherty.
Last week, the junior Dukes beat visiting Trinity Episcopal School in a six-goal shutout and beat their hosts at Woodside, 8-0.
Hamay scored twice against Trinity and goals came from Teagle, Christina Riva, Caroline Putnam and Vaughan. Brooke Billhimer contributed three assists and assists were credits to Abbie Thornton, Alyssa O’Beirne, Ella Poulson, Teagle and Vaughan. “This was truly a team victory against a quality program,&rd...
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