Like their varsity counterparts, Gloucester High School junior varsity field hockey players had an outstanding 2015 season. The JV Dukes posted an 18-0 record on a schedule that only held two home games.
Over the 18 wins, the Gloucester juniors fired off 608 shots on goal, were awarded 204 penalty corners and stacked up 201 goals. They averaged over 11 goals per game, even with each contest shortened by the mercy rule.
Alexis Frazier led scoring for the Dukes with 34 goals, followed by Taylor Sharp with 28. Elizabeth Thomas had 19, Meg Teagle and Farren Winter had 15 each and Hope Miller had 10. Alyssa O’Beirne contributed nine assists. Coach Joe Dougherty said the tempo in each game was controlled by midfielders Allison Goodwin, Karagan Winfrey, Madisyn Gaskill, Madison Hodges, Winter and Teagle.
On defense, Gloucester jayvees gave up just four goals and allowed only 25 shots on goal. Carli Walke, Hunter Paige Johnson, Tally Vaughan and Caroline Putnam anchored the defe...
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