The Gloucester High School varsity girls’ basketball team had a strong start to the season, picking up two wins and losing one this past week in conference game play.
The Lady Dukes defeated Kecoughtan, 43-18, at the Warriors’ court on Nov. 28. Autumn Cookson was the top scorer for Gloucester with 21 points, followed by Aaliyah Smith-Boone with eight points, Rylie Williams with seven, Alexis Dishman with three and Rylee Amaral and Bailey Wilson with two points each.
Smith-Boone led in rebounds for Gloucester with a total of 12, followed by Rylie Williams with seven, Wilson with five and Alesha Williams, Amaral, Dishman, Cookson and Avery Watkins with two each. In assists, Amaral had four and Alesha Williams, Cookson and Watkins had two each.
Leading the way in steals was Amaral with six, followed by Alesha Williams and Cookson with three each, Rylie Williams and Smith-Boone with two each and Dishman and Watkins with one apiece. Smith-Boone also had one recorded block.
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