The Gloucester High School varsity field hockey team continued its romp through the 2015 schedule with a 12-0 shutout of Bethel at GHS on Tuesday.
Now sporting a 10-0 record, the undefeated Dukes have yet to play a complete game. Each of their wins has been cut short by the mercy rule, which ends the game midway through the second half if a team has a six-goal lead or better.
“We’ve basically lost two and a half games of playing time,” said GHS coach Mike Miller. Although he is glad his girls are playing so well, the shortened games do not let him get through his substitute rotation.
Kessa Romero had a hat trick in the win Tuesday and Karly Harwood, Molly Vaughan and Brittany Romero had two goals each. Bri Greene, Cassidy Goodwin and Shaelyn McNeil also scored.
Bri Romero had three assists in the win and Goodwin, Greene and Cheyenne Hollandsworth had two each. Maddie Hutson, Meredith LeBel and Harwood also assisted goals.
“We played quite well considering t...
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