Mistakes cost Gloucester last Friday as the Dukes lost to Warwick, 27-21, in the final home varsity football game at Gloucester High School.
“We beat ourselves,” said GHS coach Brandon Kelley. “The offense shined at times and stalled at others. We had two turnovers in the red zone and several interceptions.” On the plus side, Kelley said the Dukes’ defense had a great game in the loss.
“We’ve got to learn to overcome the pressure of winning, just like we had to overcome the pressure of losing,” Kelley assessed. The loss to the Raiders came just after the Dukes surprised Heritage with an upset the prior week.
Warwick scored on a short run in the first quarter Friday but Gloucester responded when Martaine Morris scored with a 43-yard dash to make it 7-7.
The Dukes lost ground in the second quarter after Warwick scored a second touchdown on a nine-yard run and the Raiders returned an interception 40 yards for another TD. The ...
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